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  • But half an hour in make-up, a session with a stylist, a pep talk with a storyliner and a couple of takes to get the technical aspects right and what you end up with is far, far away from reality.

    Do TV's 'scripted reality' shows fuel regional prejudice?

  • I've been applying for jobs as a storyliner or script editor on soaps, as they're a good place to learn more about the craft of TV writing, and can be a stepping stone to getting commissions as a writer.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • I was hopeful of getting a credit by writing or becoming a storyliner or script editor.

    Last year's resolutions - hits and misses

  • The last two years have been about getting some of the tools I need to pursue a career in TV drama, be it as a writer, storyliner or script editor.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Again, I'd love to be chosen for one of the storyliner try-outs, but that decision's out of my hands now so there's no point fretting about it.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • "I've been applying for jobs as a storyliner or script editor on soaps, as they're a good place to learn more about the craft of TV writing, and can be a stepping stone to getting commissions as a writer."

    Which is harder to get - first job or the second?

  • 5. Secure work experience as a TV drama storyliner or script editor.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • ‘Father Time’ by former Emmerdale storyliner Lance Parkin features an amneasiatic Eighth Doctor Who stranded on Earth and fighting off alien invaders in the midst of Thatcher’s Britain.

    Archive 2003-03-16

  • Episode written by John Kerr (he's new to Corrie but I think has previously been a storyliner for Emmerdale,

    Corrieblog

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