Marc Blake

How To Be A Sitcom Writer

Everyone loves — and hates — sitcom. On TV it's the goldmine genre, the one watched by millions. There's a special place in our hearts for Fawlty, Frasier, Blackadder and Brent. An absurd predicament, witty banter, a group of hilariously dysfunctional people: it all seems so easy. But is it? If you've ever said 'I can do better than that', then this is the book for you. How to be a Sitcom Writer will encourage, test and pull you through the comedy boot camp that is writing narrative-led character comedy for radio/TV.
110 printed pages



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    premiered on Chicago radio station WGN.
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    US radio, Sam & Henry were a pair of African Americans newly arrived in Chicago from the rural South. They were played by white actor/writers Gosden and Correll and the show premiered
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