4 More Sleeps….

4_Balloon_largeJust four more sleeps until NADSWRIM 2015!

Have you picked your project yet? Are you up for the Feature Challenge? Or are you thinking of a series and want to take on the Quarter, Half, or Full Challenge? Whatever your goal, make sure you add your submission here. It’s totally free, and just an opportunity to put down your tent pegs and raise up your “Writer at Work” sign.

Keep Calm and make Awesome AD!

And a special happy birthday to our Ginny Ward webmistress extraordinaire who turns a tender 32!

 

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Rhapsody by Raphael- Caroline Raphael’s Tips on Getting on BBC4

7-tips-for-radio-writersCaroline Raphael has some excellent tips and tricks for audio drama writers trying to get into the “biz”. While many of us have been cutting our teeth writing for podcasts, community radio, e-books, and live-stage radio drama, Ms. Raphael has been working as the BBC’s Radio Commissioner and she’s looking for a lot of great material.

In the article, How to break into radio writing: 7 tips by BBC Radio 4 commissioner Caroline Raphael you can really learn a lot about how everything needs to be formatted and who to approach. “Story is structure”, says Robert McKee so make certain you follow the Guidelines set out by the BBC and get cracking!

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