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  1. Writing Audio Drama - Ten Top Tips

    Helen Perry

    Development Producer, BBC Writersroom Wales

    Writing Audio Drama - Ten Top Tips

    Submissions are now open for the new Wales Writer in Residence opportunity from BBC Cymru Wales, National Theatre of Wales and BBC Writersroom Wales. Writers must submit a 30-50 page script for audio. To help you (and offer some general advice) here are 10 Top Tips from our Wales Development Pro...

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  2. Hartswood West Writers' Scheme - Winners Announced

    BBC Writersroom Wales

    Hartswood West Writers' Scheme - Winners Announced

    The Hartswood West Writers' Scheme is created and run in partnership between independent production company Hartswood West, ScreenSkills High-End TV and BBC Writersroom Wales. Two writers receive a six-month bursary to develop original drama ideas to present to the BBC.

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  3. Some stories are difficult to tell - working with BBC Children in Need

    Helen Perry

    Development Producer, BBC Writersroom Wales

    Some stories are difficult to tell - working with BBC Children in Need

    The BBC Writersroom team in Wales recently partnered with BBC Children in Need, placing writer Daf James in the Roots Foundation in Swansea. 'Reputations' is a combination of many stories and people Daf encountered there, written as spoken word, poetry and song.

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  4. Welsh Voices 2018/19

    BBC Writersroom Wales

    Welsh Voices 2018/19

    BBC Writersroom Wales announces the eleven writers who will take part in their invitational Welsh Voices group this year (running in partnership with National Theatre Wales and BBC Radio Drama Wales).

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  5. Outsiders

    Darragh Mortell

    Writer and Director

    Outsiders

    Darragh Mortell is one of the writers behind Outsiders, a new team-written comedy for BBC Two Wales which was developed by BBC Writersroom in Wales. He explains how working in a writers' room was a new experience, but one to be embraced.

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  6. Huw Davies: Caught in the Tourist Trap

    Huw Davies

    Writer

    Huw Davies: Caught in the Tourist Trap

    Over Spring 2018 BBC Writersroom Wales placed Welsh Writer Huw Davies (a member of the Welsh Voices 17-18 group) with The Comedy Unit on their production for BBC Wales, Tourist Trap. We caught up with Huw to find out more about the experience, what he learnt and any top tips he can share.

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  7. Keeping Faith - Writing and Script Editing the hit Drama

    Matthew Hall & Joe Williams

    Writer & Script Editor

    Keeping Faith - Writing and Script Editing the hit Drama

    Keeping Faith was first broadcast on BBC One Wales and S4C in spring 2018 and achieved record viewing figures for a non-network drama on BBC iPlayer. Now as it comes to the whole UK on BBC One we spoke to the drama's writer and script editor about its creation.

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  8. BBC Writersroom Wales: The Last Six Months...

    BBC Writersroom Wales

    BBC Writersroom Wales: The Last Six Months...

    The new year has seen a new team, and we have had a busy start to the year. Find out about the schemes and initiatives we have launched and what other exciting things we have been up to!

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  9. My Comedy Writing Career - Including launching Radio 1's new podcast 'Kench'

    Benjamin Partridge

    Writer

    My Comedy Writing Career - Including launching Radio 1's new podcast 'Kench'

    We spoke to Benjamin Partridge as his series 'Ray Moss - No Stone Unturned' launches BBC Radio 1's new weekly comedy podcast 'Kench'.

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  10. Find Me Funny - Shortlist Announced

    BBC Writersroom Wales

    Find Me Funny - Shortlist Announced

    Find Me Funny is an exciting opportunity from BBC Cymru Wales to find the new generation of comedy writers and will result in up to three new comedy pilots for BBC One Wales and BBC iPlayer. Following an open call via our website at the beginning of the year we're delighted to announce the short...

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