Good morning readers!

Last night was the final part of my Making Creativity Work programme with the Bauer Academy. The evening was led by Adam K and his buzzy teaching style was really engaging.

As there were only three of us there last night we asked if we could focus more on script writing. It was great that the class was tailored to our demands.

We started off by writing a promo following a brief individually and then shared our ideas with the group. This was all about learning to understand the target audience and meeting their needs.

Next we were given another brief to carry out as a group and brainstorm.

The final (and my favourite) part of the evening session involved writing a longer radio script selling ourselves. We had to decide on our target audience and then write a script with them in mind. I wrote my script as a radio interview with Lyn Parsons of Magic Radio. Here is the gist of it…

Start: Sugar, Sugar by the Archies fades out.

Middle: Interview

Lyn: I have Jane G with me, a blogger who writes about family life, books and baking. Hi Jane, so tell us about your blog.

Me: It’s called Boys, Books and Bakes and it is all about our adventures out and about as well as our time spent baking at home and the occasional review of a book I’ve particularly enjoyed.

Lyn: That sounds lovely. What’s particularly special about your blog?

Me: It’s special because baking is such a wonderful way to bond with my children whilst doing something so fun and relaxing. It’s a great way to share our experiences.  Just go to and have a read.


Lyn: Thanks Jane, and on a baking theme here’s Stir It Up by Bob Marley and the Wailers…

End: Bob Marley and the Wailers’ Stir It Up begins.

Bye for now readers!