Industry professionals working in the world of entertainment and comedy share their knowledge and experience working as series, talent and celebrity producers. Host Trish Adudu is joined by: Louis Cryer, series producer for Comedy Central; Shehla Dar, celebrity producer for entertainment and reality Shows; Naz Mantoo, assistant producer; Ollie Knowles, producer on Don't Rock The Boat.
RTS Midlands Careers Fair
Watch the BBC's Head of Schemes, Mark Smith, offer a peek behind the recruitment curtain with application advice and CV tips for the BBC's most competitive entry level roles.
Learn how to create news reports on a smartphone or tablet, with good quality sound and shooting in the correct dimensions.
Five TV professionals from in front of and behind the camera talk about how they got into TV and what it's like to work in TV with a disability.
Watch BBC Three's Controller Fiona Campbell in conversation with Radio 2's Richie Anderson as she discusses running one of the most creative and exciting TV channels in the UK, how she started her career and what it takes to be successful in the industry.
Film Birmingham’s Working in the Locations Department session offers advice and tips for aspiring film and TV Location Managers and the realities of the role.
A panel of seven professionals from across the TV industry, ranging from talent managers, casting producers, video editors and content producers, answer questions and offer useful hints and tips on how to progress in a career in TV.
The panellist included Tracey Walker - Talent Executive at ITV Studios North, Isobel Percy, Talent & Resourcing Coordinator (Continuing Drama and ProVision), Mel Adams, Talent Manager, BBC Sport, Niall Bradnick, Content Producer, BBC Three, David Toms- Video Editor, BBC Three, and Lina Hasweh - Casting Producer, BBC Three.
John Rowe, the National Film and Television School's Head of Digital FX, shares some top tips for forging a successful career in the creative industries as a VFX artist.
Watch Jed Mercurio in conversation with William Gallagher as he talks about the upcoming series of Line of Duty, adapting on set to the pandemic, and shares his advice on how to write drama for TV.
Nikki Tapper talks to Poppy Jay and Rubina Pabani from Brown Girls Do It Too and Chris Stark and George Cottam from The Peter Crouch Podcast about how to make a hit podcast.
Poppy Jay and Rubina Pabani from Brown Girls Do It Too give some extra tips and answer your questions about podcasting.