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All proposals should be submitted via BBC Pitch to the relevant Genre Controller or Commissioner.
Members of the public unattached to an independent production company or agent can not use BBC Pitch. Instead, please visit the BBC Writersroom for information about how to write for BBC drama or the Ideas from the public page for further opportunities to work with the BBC.
Information reviewed 14 October 2014
Latest Drama news
BBC daytime is inviting eligible suppliers to bid for the production rights to BBC One’s long-running live cooking programme Saturday Kitchen. The successful company will begin producing the new series from spring 2017 and the contract is for three years. The deadline for the submission of the eligibility form is 8 November 2016 at 5.30pm.
BBC Radio & Music Multiplatform would like to hear from potential suppliers of artist recommendation products which will continue to enhance the existing features. The deadline for applications is 11 November 2016.
During 2016 and 2017 the BBC is tendering a number of existing returning series. These will be open to independent producers and BBC Studios. This opportunity is for any supplier who meets the eligibility criteria as set out in the tender document.
The Break returns to BBC Three with five new original short film monologues by up-and-coming writers.
Latest BBC Writersroom opportunities
Royal Society of Literature grants
£5,000 available for writers to see a project to completion. Deadline 7 November
New Directors’ Scheme – Doctors
Nine drama directors to be mentored on a range of continuing dramas. Deadline 14 November
WriteNow: initiative for new writers
Penguin Random House seek writers from under-represented communities. Deadline 28 October
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