Intermediate Radio Play Workshop in British Council Nepal

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2013-05-31 - 2013-05-31

British Council Learning Centre, Kathmandu

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British Council Nepal is holding BBC Worldwide Radio Play Writing Workshop on 29 May.


Workshop covers the following areas:

  • Creating narrative structure.
  • Exploring aspects of creating characters.
  • Providing a script doctor approach, working as necessary on supplied writers submissions, discussing the work and the improvements with the writers themselves, to thereby develop their own critical appraisal of the writing process and also the ability to problem solve for themselves.

Number of participants: 20 maximum per workshop.

Criteria for application:

  • Open to participants of last year’s workshop and to experienced writers working in radio •
  • Short bio-data
  • Submit a scene or scenes prior to the workshop, to be discussed within the class environment as part of the workshop

Fee: NPR 3000 ( to be paid only after selection)

One-to-One Surgeries

For anyone wanting 30 minutes in private to discuss their work with the renowned  writer and director from the UK, Andrew Rajan.

Criteria for application:

  • Short bio-data

  • Synopsis, completed plays, or ideas and early structure or character choices before a script exists that you want to discuss

Fee: NPR 600 for a 30 minutes session


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While applying for the workshop, please specify the workshop type and send in the required documents by e-mail to By 5:00 PM, Friday, 13 May 2013.

Note: it is recommended that you take one of the workshop rather than all three. There might be duplication of materials used in the workshop. But if you want to take up more than 1 then we have special fees. Two workshop - NPR 5000, Three workshop NPR 6000.

Nepali - 15 Competition closes on 31 July 2013.

Application for the competition

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