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  • Ce soir, j’ai passé plusieurs minutes à essayer de faire marcher la télévision. J’ai testé les prises électriques, les piles de la télé-commande, j’ai même changé le fusible de la prise! Au final, il y avait un bouton pour l’allumer que je n’avais pas vu !! 😁
- tonight, I have spent many minutes trying to get the tv to work. I tested the plugs, the remote’s batteries, I even changed the fuse of the plug! In the end, there was a switch to switch it on that I had not seen! 😁
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#tv #telly #technology #funny #french #learningfrench #parlerfrançais #learnfrench #french #learnfrenchwithme #bonjour #instafrench #dailyfrench
  • Ce soir, j’ai passé plusieurs minutes à essayer de faire marcher la télévision. J’ai testé les prises électriques, les piles de la télé-commande, j’ai même changé le fusible de la prise! Au final, il y avait un bouton pour l’allumer que je n’avais pas vu !! 😁
    - tonight, I have spent many minutes trying to get the tv to work. I tested the plugs, the remote’s batteries, I even changed the fuse of the plug! In the end, there was a switch to switch it on that I had not seen! 😁
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    #tv #telly #technology #funny #french #learningfrench #parlerfrançais #learnfrench #french #learnfrenchwithme #bonjour #instafrench #dailyfrench

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  • Our #MondayMaven this week is the hugely talented Siobhan Finnigan. 📺
Sib is the co-founder of @witcherypictures a TV drama production company she started with her friend Judith King.  It involves developing, selling and producing TV drama shows for broadcasters.
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What would you say is your area of expertise?
Story development - supporting screenwriters editorially and helping them turn an initial nugget of an idea into a blue-print for a returnable series.
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Who were the experts/people you looked up to when you started out?
Everyone that I had the privilege to work with at Granada London from 2001 onwards. I knew at the time I was lucky to work there but I probably didn't appreciate it as much as I should have. I was surrounded by talented script editors, producers and executive producers, a bit of a legendary boss and so many wonderful writers and directors.  A lot of those people are still my friends and work in the same field and I can call on them to ask embarrassing questions that I should know the answer to.
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What piece of advice would you give your younger self starting out?
'Of course you can do it' I was so shy at times and full of self-doubt and I'd like to give my younger self a good shake and shout ''No one else knows what they're doing either and it doesn't seem to stop them. Just do it."
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What was the first step you took towards where you are now?
Being thrown into the deep end when I was made a script editor on a really complicated crime drama series for ITV when I was about 25. I had no idea what I was doing, made some truly horrific mistakes, wasn't sacked and learnt so much. 
I worked in a company that was large enough to allow script editors to see a show through from initial  idea all the way  to delivery to the channel and once you've done a few of those, been shouted at and held to account for various things and are still standing it makes you quite thick-skinned about it all. 
Our mantra at Granada used to be 'It's only telly!' and it's good to remind yourself of this when everyone's getting a bit grand and hysterical.
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Continued below ...
  • Our #MondayMaven this week is the hugely talented Siobhan Finnigan. 📺
    Sib is the co-founder of @witcherypictures a TV drama production company she started with her friend Judith King. It involves developing, selling and producing TV drama shows for broadcasters.
    🎭
    🎭
    What would you say is your area of expertise?
    Story development - supporting screenwriters editorially and helping them turn an initial nugget of an idea into a blue-print for a returnable series.
    👩🏻‍💻
    Who were the experts/people you looked up to when you started out?
    Everyone that I had the privilege to work with at Granada London from 2001 onwards. I knew at the time I was lucky to work there but I probably didn't appreciate it as much as I should have. I was surrounded by talented script editors, producers and executive producers, a bit of a legendary boss and so many wonderful writers and directors. A lot of those people are still my friends and work in the same field and I can call on them to ask embarrassing questions that I should know the answer to.
    🎭
    🎭
    What piece of advice would you give your younger self starting out?
    'Of course you can do it' I was so shy at times and full of self-doubt and I'd like to give my younger self a good shake and shout ''No one else knows what they're doing either and it doesn't seem to stop them. Just do it."


    What was the first step you took towards where you are now?
    Being thrown into the deep end when I was made a script editor on a really complicated crime drama series for ITV when I was about 25. I had no idea what I was doing, made some truly horrific mistakes, wasn't sacked and learnt so much.
    I worked in a company that was large enough to allow script editors to see a show through from initial idea all the way to delivery to the channel and once you've done a few of those, been shouted at and held to account for various things and are still standing it makes you quite thick-skinned about it all.
    Our mantra at Granada used to be 'It's only telly!' and it's good to remind yourself of this when everyone's getting a bit grand and hysterical.
    📺
    Continued below ...

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