WRITING MISTAKES YOU DON’T WANT TO MAKE

2013-05-03T14:02:13+01:00

I've been helping writers via SCRIPT ADVICE since 2007 and it feels the right time now to collate the most oft-made mistakes I see in scripts and hope you find the don'ts useful to know [...]

WRITING MISTAKES YOU DON’T WANT TO MAKE2013-05-03T14:02:13+01:00

EVERGREEN LIST – FOR TELEVISION WRITERS

2013-04-30T12:47:50+01:00

I started in television in 1990 when the world was analogue not digital and mobile phones were Bengal Tiger rare. The only ones I regularly saw were those used by the film crew on location [...]

EVERGREEN LIST – FOR TELEVISION WRITERS2013-04-30T12:47:50+01:00

QUALITY CONTROL

2013-01-17T13:20:15+00:00

Holby City 1999. I had been asked by Mal Young (Head of Series drama at BBC1) to produce the second series of this critically acclaimed medical drama. The first series had not been the ratings [...]

QUALITY CONTROL2013-01-17T13:20:15+00:00

SCRIPT EDITING – THE LOW DOWN

2012-07-13T18:43:49+01:00

I was a Script Editor on Eastenders. That's how I started in the television industry.Prior to my baptism of fire on the then twice weekly popular soap from the BBC, I had been running a [...]

SCRIPT EDITING – THE LOW DOWN2012-07-13T18:43:49+01:00

SCRIPT ADVICE NEWSLETTER 4

2010-03-12T19:26:15+00:00

My son was born in my 46th year. This, according to the NHS made me as old as the Peat Bog Woman but he turned out healthy and happy in spite of my Neolithic status. So I for one am happy to concede that I can not have it all and am very lucky that I had the career had and still managed to get the opportunity to be a mum before my bits turned back to peat bog.

SCRIPT ADVICE NEWSLETTER 42010-03-12T19:26:15+00:00

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