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The Script Researcher is vital to ensure the factual content of storylines is accurate and suggest new stories based on original research.
To carry out research at the behest of the Senior Script Editor and the Editorial Department ensuring the factual content of Storylines is accurate.
To check existing storylines for accuracy.
To write clear and concise reports of findings.
To research alternative approaches to stories providing accurate and detailed supporting material.
To research issues arising from story and present comprehensive reports on every side of the argument.
To read and master all script material and to identify and report on possible areas of research.
To read scripts and raise any issues pertaining to research or credibility.
To establish and maintain contact with experts, practitioners and people whose life experience is relevant, ensuring that where appropriate, confidentiality is maintained and work is compliant with the Data Protection Act of 1998. To stay up to date with current affairs.
Substantial experience as a TV Drama researcher or Radio Drama researcher. (Likely to be at least one year)
An understanding of, and the ability to handle confidential and commercially sensitive information with tact and sensitivity.
An understanding of the challenges of researching in contrast to other kinds of research either on Continuing Drama Series or other genre.
The ability to interpret Editorial intentions, and to contribute to the generation of ideas and the resolution of story problems.
An informed interest in drama research and production.
A broadly based knowledge and a familiarity with conventional and specialised sources of information and research techniques.
Experience of establishing and maintaining office and administration systems. The ability to communicate information effectively to a wide range of production and non-production personnel, internal and external.
Excellent communication skills.
Familiarity with office and information technology.
Interpersonal and communication skills sufficient to establish and maintain effective working relations with all members of the Production team, cast and crew, and to establish productive relationships with contacts external.
The ability to adopt a flexible approach, manage a variable workload and adapt to the different styles of the various Producers and Production teams, and to work simultaneously on different stories.
Effective time-management and organisational skills and the ability to exercise initiative and work independently.
Enthusiasm, resilience and stamina to sustain performance when under pressure from tight schedules, deadlines and conflicting priorities.
TV Script Researcher job description
To look for opportunities to feed this information into story as guest stories.
To work closely with the Production and Design Teams to ensure a consistent line of research from script research to what is seen on screen To undertake all necessary administrative tasks and maintain comprehensive reference systems.
To be aware of the full extent of the financial and purchasing authority of the post and to ensure that this authority is exercised in accordance with Network Television .
In general, we want our stories to be grounded in reality. In factual terms, this means eliminating inaccuracies and injecting new material. In terms of issues, this means representing every side of a debate with accuracy and empathy. Some of the research can be done from reference materials. Much of it will be done by establishing and maintaining contact with experts, practitioners, and with people whose life experience is relevant.