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Dream Reality Radio Drama will commission 7 first time writers to produce 7 individual dramas or documentary. The scripts will be produced for internet and on air broadcast. Plays will be up to 15 minutes in length. Participants will undergo six months of training by various professionals in writing for radio prior to the plays being broadcast.

Rules of Entry:

  1. You should submit an original 1 page idea in drama and/or documentary format intended for radio. You should send an example of your own work no longer than 3 pages in length in any media/genre e.g. theatre/film/tv/radio – comedy, drama etc.
  2. There is no submission charge. Writers should not expect their work to be returned unless accompanied by a SAE. Dream Reality Radio is not responsible for items delayed or lost in the post. Please retain a copy of your work.
  3. Writers can reside anywhere in the UK and must be resident in the UK and should not be in full time education.
  4. You must not have had any work broadcast via radio previously.
  5. All work must be original.
  6. All entries must be typed in black ink on one side of A4 paper. Pages should be securely fastened together.
  7. Please do NOT print your name anywhere on the pages but give your work a title and place your name and address, post code, telephone number and email address on a separate page.
  8. If you would like Dream Reality Radio Drama to acknowledge receipt of your posted work please send a SAE marked ‘Receipt’. Work can be e-mailed.
  9. Copyright of the work remains with individual entrants.
  10. Mentors/workshop leaders/directors/actors and all other creative will be chosen by Dream Reality Radio Drama.
  11. Only one entry per participant.
  12. Once received work cannot be swapped or amended.
  13. All selected participants must agree to be generally available for interview and publicity throughout the duration of the project.
  14. Dream Reality Radio Drama or the BBC reserve the right not to air/broadcast or make available on the Dream Reality Radio Drama website.
  15. Dream Reality Radio Drama’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into regarding decisions.
  16. Closing date for entries is 4 November 2014.

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