/Working in TV

Testimonial: Kate Cheeseman

2018-11-12T12:59:00+00:00March, 2018|Working in TV|

Nearly 18 months ago, I took part in the first Making It Possible event put on by Raising Films and went for a wonderful day in Edinburgh. It was a day that gave me the courage and direction to return to [...]

Testimonial: Amy Neil

2018-11-12T12:59:13+00:00February, 2018|Working in TV|

I'm on a hill not far from Glasgow filming the last day of Trust Me for BBC1, a drama about a nurse, a working mum, who boldly steals the identity of a doctor and starts practicing in A and E. It’s [...]

Interview: Gemma Whelan

2018-11-12T12:59:24+00:00October, 2017|Interview, Working in TV|

Can you tell us about how it’s going working on Game of Thrones (no spoilers) and The End of the F***ing World? How are you making it work around and through your pregnancy? I have been very lucky with my timing [...]

Interview: Ming Ho

2018-11-12T12:59:37+00:00May, 2017|Development Stories, Interview, Working in TV|

Photo by Eloise Ross Ming Ho is an experienced screenwriter, script editor, and active campaigner on dementia and carer issues. She began her career as Script Executive at independent Zenith Productions, working across a slate of British film and TV drama, [...]

Interview: China Moo-Young

2018-11-12T12:59:37+00:00March, 2017|Interview, Working in TV|

China Moo-Young went to the National Youth Theatre before studying Drama at Bristol University, where she graduated with a First Class Honours BA in Film, Theatre and Television. She was named a Star of Tomorrow in Screen International's annual review of British film-making [...]

Interview: Gaby Chiappe

2018-11-12T12:59:37+00:00March, 2017|Interview, Working in TV|

Gaby Chiappe is an experienced TV writer, who has written extensively for long-running series such as Family Affairs, Doctors, EastEnders, Casualty, Survivors and many more. She also wrote for the series Lark Rise to Candleford, Shetland, Vera and recently created and [...]

Esther May Campbell: Heroes and Gods

2018-11-12T13:00:08+00:00June, 2016|The Long Read, Working in TV|

Men and women are different. Whether because of our genes or conditioning. We experience, at home and on the street, playground or onscreen, different qualities prized in females and males. Big cinema stories internationally exported most obviously in the superhero franchises, [...]