A collection of writing tips

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Read our collection of writing tips on planning the perfect interview, what really makes a good story and how to get started on writing that winning article.

How to get started writing

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Even the journalist on The Sunday Times, Richard Lewis, can be faced with a blank screen on his lap top. What does he do? For starters, he does not panic...
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Writing under pressure

Eddie Butler

The rugby commentator and sports journalist, Eddie Butler, gives his tips for writing under pressure and advice on what to do when your mind goes blank!
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Writing that winning article

Brendan Gallagher

Read the sports journalist, Brendan Gallagher's, article on Nicole Cooke's Olympic gold medal winning performance, and then find out how he put it all together.
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Writing a match report

Kevin Mitchell

The award winning sports journalist, Kevin Mitchell, believes that the best writers do their research and "give the reader a sense of what its like to be there."
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Writing a newspaper article

Sam Murphy

The author and fitness guru, Sam Murphy, believes that you have to find your own way of working and shares her own approach to writing the perfect article.
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Planning an interview

Emma Cook

Emma Cook, the Broadcast Journalist for BBC Wales, Sport, shares her good interview guide to help you write your next ground-breaking story.
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Writing a match report for rugby

Eddie Butler

Read the sports commentator for BBC Sport, Eddie Butler's, match report and then find out how he put it together.
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What makes a good CV?

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Liz Plenty from Careers Wales shares her tips for writing a CV that will get you noticed - for the right reasons!
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You don't always have to start at the beginning

Brendan Gallagher

The sports journalist, Brendan Gallagher, reveals how he starts his stories in the middle and then writes the rest of the piece around that.
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