How to write for the BBC with Anne Edyvean | BBC Writersroom

Room: Tuke Hall
Time: Friday 5:00pm

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with Anne Edyvean

How to write for the BBC with Anne Edyvean | BBC Writersroom image

Ever wondered how to send your script to the BBC and what happens when you do? How do they assess your work? What grabs them and what puts them off? If you’re after some tips, this is a session not to miss.

Anne Edyvean, Head of BBC Writersroom, provides us with invaluable tips and answers those burning questions we have about breaking in and writing for the BBC.

 

Appearing in this session

Anne Edyvean

Anne Edyvean – Head of BBC Writersroom

Credits include: The Break, Holby City, Casualty

Anne is the head of the BBC Writersroom, which finds and develops new writers (and some directors), and champions them across television, radio and on-line.
Anne Edyvean

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