Creative Scotland: The Future of BBC Drama Production in Scotland

September 8, 2012

Join Women in Film and TV (UK) in Scotland for the first in a new series of events which aim to provide our Scottish members with useful content and valuable networking opportunities.

In September we’ll hear from Chris Aird, Head of Drama at BBC Scotland, who will be talking about his plans for BBC drama production in Scotland and answering your questions. This is also a great opportunity to network with fellow WFTV members in a relaxed environment.

This event is FREE to members, or £10 to non-members who are interested in joining WFTV.


Date: 20th September 2012

Time: 19:00 – 21:30

Venue: St Jude’s, 190 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4HG

For full details and to register your attendance, visit:


Currently Executive Producer for BBC Independent Drama, Chris has a strong track record across drama development, production and commissioning in both the BBC and the independent sector. His credits include Spooks, Hustle, Prisoners’ Wives, Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Casualty, Hotel Babylon and BBC One’s phenomenal Sunday night hit, Call The Midwife.

He started his BBC career in Scotland in 1995 where he was a Researcher/Director in News and Current Affairs. Following this, Chris worked extensively within BBC Drama and for leading drama Indies, Kudos and Carnival Film & Television. As well as television, he also has experience working within BBC Radio Drama including Radio 4’s Afternoon Play and the Friday Play.

This opportunity is available in: All Scotland

For further information, please contact (Belle Doyle), or call 020 7287 1400, or visit The deadline is Thursday 20 September 2012 at 17:00.

via Creative Scotland: The Future of BBC Drama Production in Scotland.


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