Wednesday, March 25, 2009

BBC Drama Writers Academy

From BBC Writersroom:
The 2009 Writers Academy will accept applications from Monday 6 April...

The Writers Academy is a major initiative aimed at discovering and training the next generation of writers for BBC One’s flagship drama series: EastEnders, Casualty, Holby City, and Doctors.

Eight writers are selected out of hundreds of applicants, to undergo an intensive 15-month programme designed to equip them with all the skills necessary to write successfully for BBC Drama. The course entails classroom training, lectures from the country's best writers, instruction in all aspects of television production, and direct writing experience on the four Continuing Drama shows...

You are eligible to apply if you have had your work broadcast on television or radio, or performed professionally at the theatre. You will need to send in an original sample of your writing.
This will be the Academy's fifth year. Full details, including the entry requirements and how to apply, are on the BBC Writersroom website.

There are also a number of posts about the Academy on the Writersroom blog.

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