for writers and readers….

Write for Radio and TV

TV and radio drama brings great stories to life like nothing else. From Radio 4’s Afternoon Play to peak-time drama on the TV networks, audiences love to lose themselves in compelling characters and strong storylines.

I’m a founder member of the The Beach Hut Writing Academy and I’m delighted to tell you we’re offering an intensive, one-day workshop to kick-start your writing for TV and radio. Featuring two outstanding tutors with wide-ranging writing and editing credits, this course is a must if you want to get serious about scriptwriting in 2016. The day will concentrate on drama and comedy-drama and will cover character development; structure and dialogue; telling stories aurally and visually … and getting your scripts ‘out there’.

 Where: Hotel Pelirocco, Brighton’s ‘rock n roll boutique hotel’ in historic Regency Square, near the sea front.

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 When: Saturday, January 23 2016 10.00am to 5.00pm


Hannah Vincent worked as a BBC Television Drama script editor and her radio play, Come to Grief, won Best Adaptation at the 2015 Audio Drama Awards.

 Sue Teddern’s credits include Homefront (ITV) and (Radio 4). She has written sitcom, soaps, children’s TV and has also been a TV script reader and editor.

 Cost:  £95 (includes tea and coffee)

Earlybird rate: £85, if you book before December 18.

Online booking opens soon but email us now to secure your place at the discounted rate!  And let us know if you want to stay at Hotel Pelirocco and make a weekend of it.
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Optional extra: a signed copy of Writing for TV & Radio: A Writers’ & Artists’ Companion, co-authored by Sue Teddern, £12 (RRP £14.99)

Writing for TV & Radio

2 comments on “Write for Radio and TV

  1. The Porcelain Doll
    November 21, 2015

    Reblogged this on perfectlyfadeddelusions.

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