Wolfblood

I’d never written for children. But when the Writersroom announced an open call for children’s drama scripts, the opportunity seemed too good to miss.Debbie Moon
Category: TV

There is a constant hunger for new voices at the BBC. For more than a decade we’ve been on the prowl for writers of television, radio and film.

We recognise potential, nurture it, and through a bit of hard work and determination, stories like Debbie Moon’s Wolfblood come true.

Wolfblood is writer Debbie Moon’s first original TV show and it became an instant hit for CBBC when the first series aired. It was discovered by CBBC through an open call talent search run by BBC Writersroom in 2009, looking for original children’s TV drama scripts. Debbie was one of eight writers who were selected and made it through to an intensive development week, and as a result received mentoring which led to Wolfblood being developed, commissioned and produced by CBBC. 

Wolfblood has now run for 5 seasons and has been nominated for and won numerous awards. Debbie Moon won the Children's BAFTA Writer of 2014 for Wolfblood.

Wolfblood Recap Trailer

Watch the Wolfblood Recap Rap film to catch up on the story so far.

Latest opportunities

  • Mad Apple Collective - Children and Young Persons Playwriting Award

    Mad Apple Collective - Children and Young Persons Playwriting Award

    Deadline: 9pm, 7th April 2019. A new award for young playwrights (18 and under) based in the East of England. There are 4 different categories prize-winning categories and an overall winner.

  • Windsor Fringe - Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama Writing

    Windsor Fringe - Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama Writing

    Deadline: 5th March 2019. Amateur playwrights worldwide are invited to submit unpublished one-act plays for the 16th Windsor Fringe Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama Writing.

  • Green Curtain Theatre - 3 Opportunities

    Green Curtain Theatre - 3 Opportunities

    Deadlines: 2nd February & 28th February 2019. Green Curtain Theatre will be staging their 3rd festival of fringe plays in the summer and autumn of 2019 in London. The theme of the festival will be “Breaking Away”. They are looking for one act plays on this theme that reflect any aspect of the lives or experiences of Irish people living in multi-cultural Britain. They are also looking for monologues or playlets on the topic of 'Finding Love in the UK' and have an ongoing opportunity for short plays based on or connected to an Irish song.

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