2017's Cultural Exchanges festival is coming up fast, and among the many events that interest me as an aspiring writer is Ears To The Ground: a talk on writing for TV and radio by the BBC's Justine Potter with a panel of current Radio 4 writers and producers.
will be treated to a detailed insider account of how to write and submit
scripts to the BBC (a must for any aspiring writer for broadcast)
followed by a panel discussion led by some of those behind the scenes of several favourite radio shows.
And if all that weren't enough to convince me to attend, the festival has one final ace to play. Among those on Tuesday's panel is Amanda Whittington, the award-winning Nottingham-based playwright and current chair of the Writers' Guild Theatre Committee.
All in all, Ears To The Ground
is looking to be a standout event and a
fantastic opportunity to learn some vital tricks of the trade.
Book your free ticket HERE before it's too late.
Reviews and comment from the Demon Crew - creative writers at De Montfort University, Leicester.