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  1. Writer and Lecturer

    Made in Wales: My 'It's My Shout' experience

    Ian Eadon-Davies is a lecturer in Performing Arts. Last year he entered the 'It's My Shout' screenwriting opportunity. He explains what happened and why he'd recommend it to other budding Welsh screenwriters.

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  2. BBC Creative Director of New Writing

    Script Room dates for 2015

    BBC Writersroom's Kate Rowland responds to your comments about the Script Room dates for 2015.

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  3. A round-up of some of the very good reasons why any writer should want to write for radio.

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  4. Writersroom Development Producer Paul Ashton talks about some of the writers who have successfully had their work developed and commissioned via BBC writersroom.

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  5. Writer

    Alex Boardman blogs about his experience of being one of the shortlisted writers of the BBC writersroom Laugh Track comedy talent search and having his script performed at Edinburgh.

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  6. Writer

    Writersroom 10 writer Rachel Delahay blogs about having her first professional play produced by the BBC.

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  7. BBC Creative Director of New Writing

    An update on the judging of the BBC writersroom Bread and Roses Rapid Response.

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  8. Head of BBC Drama Wales and judge of our Wales Drama Award Faith Penhale talks to us about why this is such an exciting time for drama in Wales and what she looks for in a script.

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  9. We recently caught up with one of our Wales Drama Award judges, John McGrath - Artistic Director of National Theatre Wales, to find out what inspires him and what he looks for in a script.  

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  10. Writer

    Jimmy Osborne, one of the three winners of writersroom's Hackgate Rapid Response callout, blogs about the doors which have opened for him since sending in his script.

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