As part of our series of guest posts on diversity in television, Channel 4 Deputy Creative Officer, Ralph Lee, explains why the broadcaster launched its 360° Diversity Charter in Parliament last week.
Diversity isn’t a new topic for Channel 4.
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There are some more links, to Award-winning student videos, in our Awards section.
And see also our list of relevant books.
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The bad news for Lisa Holdsworth, en route to addressing a Bristol Centre meeting, was that her train had no internet access; the good news was that she could spend the time writing an extra two pages of the current script. Lisa's talk, attended by local university students as well as RTS members, was peppered with such practical insights into the modern TV writer's day. You'll have seen and heard Lisa's work on Waterloo Rd, or New Tricks, or Robin Hood, or previously on Emmerdale (of which she has written 40 episodes).