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Learn how to write with former special correspondent Allan Little
Young Reporter's lesson plan on how to write news reports
Working on children's programmes is far from easy. Charlotte Ingham, producer/director at BBC Children's TV, gives us her tips for writing for demanding younger audiences
Drama producer and writer for EastEnders Diederick Santer tells us about teasing the audience and writing popular storylines
With shows like Just a Minute, I'm sorry I Haven't a Clue and The News Quiz on her CV, comedy head Jane Berthoud gives us her comedy writing tips
If you want to write comedy, what better place to start than this guide written by the producers and writers from BBC Radio Comedy.
“Writing for news just got tougher," editor Nathalie Malinarich warns as mobiles become the dominant platform - essential advice for journalists
The editor of Radio 4's Home Front and Birmingham's first writer-in-residence share their tips on writing an afternoon play
Tips on writing comedy sketches for TV and radio for the budding comedy sketch writers, with advice from the writers of Mitchell and Webb, The News Quiz and Armstrong and Miller.
Learn how to write news copy with Sian Williams
How to get paid for doing what you love - we discuss getting into writing comedy and drama for radio and television.
If you want to write comedy, radio is the perfect place to start. That Mitchell and Webb Sound, Little Britain, Flight of The Conchords, The Mighty Boosh and Miranda were all hit...
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