John Yorke has worked on the launch of Red Rock, a new Irish soap opera, and the hugely acclaimed TV adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall. Here he explains why – in the UK at least – the relationship between the two is critical for nurturing new writing talent....
How many times have you been told ‘You can’t do that?’ Angela Jobson decided she was going to write TV drama, no matter what the doubting voices said, and she has kept the faith through the many knockbacks of rejection slips, recession and folding training...
How do you start a story – and push through to the end? In a recent Q&A with students on our Storytelling for Screen online course, John Yorke offered some practical tips. Including when it’s right to kill a character, tell a lie, or write about a hairbrush…....
Nothing from October 19, 2017 to October 25, 2017.
‘Clever dialogue can often hide a weak story’ - essential tips on structure from @chelsea_morgan:… https://t.co/Ox81wWTQAX about 15 hours ago
What novelists can learn from screenwriters | John Yorke & Tim Lott https://t.co/asIEmDIjBf about 18 hours ago
Five things game writers should know about players, w/John Yorke & Heavy Rain's Caroline Marchal:… https://t.co/TeuGR7r9oM about 21 hours ago
The combined brains of John Yorke & Caroline Marchal make this online course essential for aspiring #games #writers… https://t.co/QdlOrj64Br about 23 hours ago