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To celebrate International Women’s Day, writers Helen Raynor (Mr Selfridge, Baker Boys, Doctor Who and Torchwood) and Cath Tregenna (Law and Order UK, Inspector Lewis, Doctor Who, The Bench and Torchwood) will talk their own career paths - how to get a ‘place at the table’, and what’s involved in keeping it. Are female characters and female writers pigeon-holed in television drama?
An evening in the company of Bangor-born producer and BAFTA Cymru winner Hilary Bevan Jones (Red Dwarf, Cracker, State of Play, Blackadder, Not the Nine O'Clock News, The Girl in the Cafe). Hilary was also Chair of BAFTA from 2006-2008. A pre-drinks reception and opportunity to view some of the rooms in the castle will start the evening.