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UK Scriptwriters
by Tim and Danny from Nelson Nutmeg Pictures
Category: TV & Film
Location: Bournemouth
We are Tim Clague and Danny Stack, writers from Nelson Nutmeg Pictures ltd. We talk about the UK scriptwriting scene - film, TV and new media. Get our book here - http://www.tinyurl.com/UKscripthandbook
Contact us at ukscriptwriters@hotmail.com

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February 22, 2021 08:15 AM PST

The last time we chatted to Justin it was episode 63, way back in July 2017. What the heck has he been up to? Let's find out. When last we spoke he was working on a second feature film and a new series. Spoiler alert: one happened and one collapsed. Which one? And why? Plus, why are all writers like Robinson Crusoe?

December 13, 2020 02:03 AM PST

This episode we speak to Hayley McKenzie from Script Angel about everything to do with development. What is the role of a script editor? How can they help? Can they help you? What mistakes does Hayley see from new writers? Find out more about Hayley at https://scriptangel.com/about-us/

October 28, 2020 12:23 PM PDT

We've know Debs for years, starting our careers at around the same time - but with different paths and a different journey. She was a Screen International "Star of Tomorrow" and has won numerous awards for her shorts and features. She shares the story of how she even managed to discover the world of scriptwriting and what her greatest lesson is.

IMDB = https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3061605

Her feature; Pincushion on Amazon Prime = https://amzn.to/3ed4XRW

August 19, 2020 06:05 AM PDT

Andrew Walsh is one of the UK's busiest games writers having been involved since the early days of narrative design. A great speaker, who is a champion for games writers, especially via the WGGB. We ask him about the changes he has seen in the industry as well practical tips for people interested in this field.

Some links:
Andrew's site: http://www.andrewwalsh.com/videogames
IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0909539
Twitter: https://twitter.com/englishscribe

Andrew Talked About:
Last Of Us Part 2 - https://amzn.to/2Ee8rpp
Heaven's Vault from Inkle - https://www.inklestudios.com/heavensvault/
Before I Forget - https://www.3foldgames.uk
Red Dead Redemption 2 - https://amzn.to/3aEFq25
Spiderman - https://amzn.to/318CSpO

July 27, 2020 07:01 AM PDT

In this episode we have a 'zoom' chat (it's all the rage) with Paul Pimenta. Paul didn't even start out wanting to be a scriptwriter! Now he is in LA, writing many episodes of TV, and has an agent. How did that happen? And is it a good move to make?

February 20, 2020 09:22 AM PST

Where the heck have we been - again? We've been playing with dogs, that's what! In this 'old school' style episode we talk about how we got our children's TV series off the ground, called DOG YEARS. And we discuss how we ran our writers room.

* Youtube clips of BTS - https://youtu.be/o4h6QV8ugTU

November 17, 2019 04:13 AM PST

This episode is a bit different in that it was recorded live at Writeidea Festival in Whitechapel, London in 2019. It's a fantastic FREE festival about all facets of writing. And we flew the flag for scriptwriting. Very much a Q&A session it covers a wide range of topics including, starting out as a writer, will someone steal your idea, how to get noticed, what can you do to move your idea forward?

January 07, 2019 01:11 PM PST

In this bonus podcast Jan Caston grabs a chat with BBC light entertainment radio and TV legend Martin Fisher. In an overview of his career he talks about the early writing rooms, how radio can be a big break and also about changes to the biz.

September 12, 2018 11:16 AM PDT

Where the hell have we been? Why dear listener, we've been making our second feature, called Future TX. A sci fi adventure movie for all the family. How did we make it? When did it get off the ground? Who's in it? And why did we do it? All are answered for those that seek to hear our words!

See more about the movie at www.futuretx.co.uk

March 09, 2018 07:31 AM PST

Something a little different in this episode of the podcast. A conversation with David Hendon. He has found a way to get his scripts made, by having them produced as plays. He talks about the proactive nature of being a playwright and how it has helped him move forward with his career.

Vist - https://www.davidhendon.info - for more

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