If you can't find the information you are looking for on the New Talent site here are some more useful links that may
help you pursue your talent and passion for drama.
The BBC's drama portal with interviews with cast and crew members, programme listings and information on what's coming
The Conference of Drama Schools comprises 21 leading Drama Schools.
Join in 'The Archers' messageboard community and write your own episode of the famous radio drama. The top submissions
will be shown on the website.
National Council for Drama Training.
Get tips and advice on writing from the BBC.
Development Agency for Youth Theatre.
BBC Radio Drama
The full guide to the finest dramas on BBC Radio.
National Film and Television School.
Aimed at GCSE students, this BBC site is a useful introduction to Drama for everyone.
Amdram is a free website for the amateur theatre community. It includes free resources, audition information and advice
for groups and individuals interested in amateur theatre.
60 Second Shakespeare
The BBC's 60 Second Shakespeare site contains lots of video tutorials and tips on creating different sound effects in
Get On Stage
Get involved in drama by joining your local amateur dramatics society. You'll be able to get experience in both behind
the scenes and on stage roles - then who knows where it may lead?
Independent Radio Drama Productions
Learn some of the principles of writing Radio Drama.
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