"Entries have just opened for the Alfred Bradley Bursary Award for writers based in the north of England who are new to Radio. The bursary marks the legacy of producer Alfred Bradley, whose programmes included the Northern Drift, which was broadcast from the BBC's studios in Leeds from 1964 and featured the work of many northern writers who went on to great success.
To launch this year's bursary we ran an online event with guests including the former bursary-winner Cat Jones and BBC Radio Drama North Producer Gary Brown. The event was packed with useful advice for anyone interested in writing Audio Drama. You can read edited highlights below and watch interviews with three other recent winners and runners-up with their top tips."
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