Screenwriter David Hannam shares tips for would-be TV writers
If TV is entering its 'post-Golden Era' there are still some dos and don'ts to keep you on the right…
Development Envelope Program
Tips on managing negative press
Is all press good? Perhaps not, but you can turn negative press around to your advantage with a clear head…
Conscious casting in the world of voiceover acting
While the stage and screen industries are shifting towards a colour-conscious casting culture, the voiceover world is only just catching…
50 ways to conquer creative self-doubt
From cartoon voices to household habits, it's extraordinary what creative people do to keep their confidence up.
Why I did a Reality TV show for my arts practice
We talk to Blown Away contestant Tegan Hamilton on the wins, and pains, of art-based reality TV, and its career…
Dancing on Glass: ballet is more than ‘dying swans and madmen’
We love the genre but are ballet dancer’s voices and bodies being authentically represented on our screens?
How portfolio careers can lead to happiness
Screenwriter, cartoonist and illustrator Megan Herbert used to be torn between artforms, but now embraces her portfolio career.
Heartstopper is the queer TV show we need right now
As LGBTQIA+ people face renewed hostility, this sweetly affirming Netflix series celebrates young queer love with humour and warmth.
Axing Neighbours will hurt more than fans
The under-threat show has been a vital training ground for screen artists over its 37 years, writes Philippa Burne.