Friday, April 29, 2011

BBC announces Doctor Who writing competition

The BBC are giving 9-11 year olds the chance to write their very own Doctor Who mini-adventure.

The competition, Script to Screen, will allow the winner to travel to the BBC's studios in Cardiff where they'll see their script brought to life by the Doctor Who team including Matt Smith.

Matt Smith said: "I'm delighted to support 'Script to Screen' because I'm very passionate about creative writing and believe it is a great skill to nurture. I'd absolutely love to write a Doctor Who script at some point in the future but it's going to be impossible to compete with Steven Moffat who is simply a genius and his creativity knows no bounds!

"It will be interesting to see what ideas the children come up with for me - I could finally be defeated by a new enemy, or I could be exiled to a distant galaxy - who knows - that's the beauty of a child's imagination."

The winning script will be chosen by Steven Moffat; Saul Nassé, Controller of BBC Learning; Piers Wenger and Beth Willis, Executive Producers of Doctor Who.

The closing for entries is Monday 13th June 2011. Full details are available on the Doctor Who website.


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