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If you have a passion for drama, whether it be as a producer, writer, actor or sound designer, we have some advice here which may help you pursue your talent.

 

Producer on set

Getting started - production
Fancy being part of the production team on a drama? Here we cover some of the roles involved from a location manager to a runner.

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Camera Operator

Getting started - backstage
Prefer a more technical role backstage such as wardrobe assistant or camera operator? Here you can find out more information on what goes on 'backstage'.

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Andrew Diey

Creating soundscapes
Andrew Diey is the man who brings radio and television drama to life with his soundscapes. Here he shares his top tips for creating stunning sound.

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Deborah Sathe

Producing Radio Drama
Deborah Sathe, producer of Asian Network's 'Silver Street', talks about creating great new radio drama and explains what is involved in producing a show.

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Naylah Ahmed

Script Editor
Naylah Ahmed is in charge of the large writing team that brings Silver Street to life. She tells us how the show is planned and recorded.

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EastEnders

Drama Writing
EastEnders scriptwriter, Rob Gittins, explains how he got into drama writing and shares some of his secrets to creating great drama and making an impression in the industry.

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Sound design kit

Sound Effects
Creating atmosphere in any drama is paramount, which is where the sound designer's role comes in. Here you can listen to and download some sound effects to create your own soundscapes.

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