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David Twyman is an individual with an infectious enthusiasm for developing and producing content for young people. He is currently working in Drama as a Script Researcher.
Previously, David was in Children’s media for 4 years and was based in the BBC Children’s scheduling team, where he worked with many independent production companies and the BBC Children’s Indie Executive Producers. During his time in the department he has been a Researcher in CBeebies Presentation and CBBC Development. He is also a New Talent Scout for BBC Writersroom and has undertaken training in Script Editing for Radio Drama. David started his career as a trainee in BBC Blast and has also recently launched an online web soap.
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