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Q. So you’ve got a script- or at least an idea for one. What do you do next?

The BBC says:

‘Writers who previously had to guess where to send their work now have a single address, and the confidence that, if their work is brilliant, it will be recommended to the right producers or development units across the BBC. All work is assessed for the talent of the writer, as well as the suitability of the script.

We are constantly on the lookout for writers of any age, with potential for BBC TV and radio. You should let us know if there is a reading, production or screening of your work, and we’ll try and see it, or ask you to send us a script.’
You can send your work by post to:

The New Writing Co-Ordinator
BBC Writers’ Room
1 Mortimer St
London W1T 3JA

For clear guidelines on what format your work should be in, and exatly what to send, log on to: http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/writing/

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