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  1. InterConnected - Watch the First Four Lockdown Stories

    BBC Writersroom

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    InterConnected - Watch the First Four Lockdown Stories

    Our InterConnected opportunity for short scripts to be filmed using video-messaging received a record 6803 submissions. We have produced eight of the scripts and you can watch the first four now.

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  2. How we made The Salisbury Poisonings

    Declan Lawn

    Writer & Executive Producer

    How we made The Salisbury Poisonings

    In March 2018 Salisbury became the site of an unprecedented national emergency. This three-part dramatisation focuses on the extraordinary heroism shown by the local community. Find out more in this blog by one of the show's writers.

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  3. I May Destroy You

    Michaela Coel

    Writer, Co-Director and Executive Producer

    I May Destroy You

    From BAFTA award-winner Michaela Coel comes I May Destroy You, a fearless and provocative drama exploring the question of sexual consent in contemporary life. Find out more in this interview with Michaela.

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  4. Our Girl - An interview with the show's creator, Tony Grounds

    Tony Grounds

    Writer

    Our Girl - An interview with the show's creator, Tony Grounds

    Tony Grounds is the award-winning creator and writer of BBC One's Our Girl. Our Girl series 4 continues on BBC One on Tuesdays at 9pm or watch the whole story so far on BBC iPlayer.

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  5. My Left Nut

    Michael Patrick & Oisín Kearney

    Writers

    My Left Nut

    Upcoming Belfast writers Michael Patrick and Oisín Kearney discuss how ‘My Left Nut’, their first project for the BBC, was adapted from their award-winning stage play about friendship, family, grief and testicles.

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  6. The Drama Room Writers

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    The Drama Room Writers

    Find out more about the writers who have been part of our Drama Room development group beginning in autumn 2019. They've been attending monthly workshops, having introductions to different scripted content areas across the BBC and have each been developing an original spec' script.

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  7. The Comedy Room - Children's Day and an opportunity to pitch to Radio Drama North

    Helen Parkinson

    Writer

    The Comedy Room - Children's Day and an opportunity to pitch to Radio Drama North

    Helen Parkinson is part of our Comedy Room writer development group. She gives a rundown on the group's recent two-day workshop at Media City in Salford which covered writing for Children's plus an opportunity to pitch a short Radio Drama.

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  8. The Trial of Christine Keeler

    Amanda Coe

    Novelist and Screenwriter

    The Trial of Christine Keeler

    Screenwriter Amanda Coe explains what drew her to the story of the 1961 affair between John Profumo, the Secretary of State for War in Harold Macmillan's Conservative government and Christine Keeler, and her subsequent trial.

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  9. An update from the Head of BBC Writersroom - How we can (and can’t) help develop your writing

    Anne Edyvean

    Head of BBC Writersroom

    An update from the Head of BBC Writersroom - How we can (and can’t) help develop your writing

    As we are about to open our annual window for Drama Script submissions this felt like a good time to address some questions that we regularly get asked about BBC Writersroom, our open submission script system (the ‘Script Room’) and what the outcome is for successful writers. Also to share some ...

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  10. A Christmas Carol from Peaky Blinders' creator Steven Knight

    Steven Knight

    Writer

    A Christmas Carol from Peaky Blinders' creator Steven Knight

    Watch Steven Knight introduce his new adaptation of the Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol, plus reveal the origins of his worldwide smash show Peaky Blinders, his second global hit following Who Wants to be a Millonaire?

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