Writing For Radio
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Workshop with Paul Dodgson and Edson Burton

A day-long workshop looking at the process of pitching and what to expect, what formats and opportunities to use, as well as the “how to” of writing drama for radio.

The workshop will give a producer’s, as well as a writer’s, perspective of what is involved in getting your story across the air waves. 

Ticket info: £20.00, concessions £15.00 SPiA

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Paul Dodgson

Paul is a writer, radio producer, composer and teacher. He has written 15 plays for BBC Radio 4. He spent 18 months as part of the EastEnders writing team, wrote Monsters We Met for BBC 2 and has written music, lyrics and scripts for numerous musicals and stage plays. Paul teaches creative writing all over the world.


Edson Burton

Edson published his first collection of poetry, Seasoned, in 2008. His first full-length production was the acclaimed Children of Salt. Edson has written plays for theatre and radio, including his most recent, De Wife of Bristol, broadcast in 2014. Edson is a regular guest on several Radio 4 programmes including Poetry Please and Off the Page. 

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