Every so often BBC Writersroom accepts unsolicited scripts. They are read blind (without names attached) so it’s an equal opportunity – your idea and writing ability will be judged alongside … Continue reading
The Comedy Script Room at the BBC is open for unsolicited manuscripts but only to April 1st. Click here for details on how to submit and comedy resources (such as … Continue reading
Do you know…which country reads the most books, watches the most TV, listens to the radio and uses the internet most often for pleasure…?
TELEVISION Folk in Thailand spend 22.4 hours in front of the television each week. The USA is in 6th place with 19 hours per week and the UK is 9th … Continue reading
There’s a two day weekend course running in Brighton very soon that I recommend wholeheartedly. Sue Teddern has an impressive track record in both television and radio scriptwriting. Among her … Continue reading
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Wanna be a Writer Part Two — watch the television pilot and find out why readers are like baby ducklings…
Last month I wrote about the pilot of a new reality television show featuring real wanna-be writers getting advice from professionals. It’s pioneered by Jane Wenham-Jones, novelist and author of … Continue reading