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Miranda calls time on her sitcom

Christmas special to be final outing

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Conor Burns

BBC risks ‘market distortion’

The BBC risks creating a “significant market distortion” when BBC Productions is hived off into a commercial entity if it is not transparent about in-house costs.

Stand Up to Cancer

Whizz Kid in talks with new backers

Whizz Kid Entertainment is in talks with potential investors after Ingenious wound up the media investment fund that owns nearly half of the indie.


Lynda Bellingham

Lynda Bellingham helps Loose Women to two-year high

Lynda Bellingham’s final TV interview helped Loose Women to its biggest audience in more than two years - as ITV2 enjoyed success with the Mobo Awards.



Human Universe

Talking TV: Mipcom & Brian Cox Video

The latest instalment of Talking TV rounds up all the biggest news from Mipcom and hears from BBC Productions’ science boss Andrew Cohen.


  • Roundtable

    VOD and OTT: Moving with the TV times

    From changing viewer habits to the importance of a mixed model, experts discuss the growth of VoD

  • the-missing

    The Missing, BBC1

    The creators and stars of BBC1’s new thriller speak to Olly Grant about keeping on top of its time-shifting plot

  • Grayson Perry

    Grayson Perry: Who Are You?

    Ahead of the launch of his latest Channel 4 series, the Turner Prize-winning artist reveals how he makes TV docs and the Swan Films co-founders discuss their wider ambitions.

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    Wildscreen Film Festival

    Ahead of the festival, two leading natural history producers discuss their latest work

  • Curing-Cancer

    Curing Cancer, C4

    This documentary involved more than just observational fi lming, says Brian Woods

  • October Films

    The Broadcast Interview: October Films

    Following a period of rapid growth, October Films is at a key stage in its development

  • The Great Fire, ITV

    The Great Fire, ITV

    Using real flames was key to recreating the biggest disaster in British history.

  • Peter-Taylor

    Peter Taylor, BBC

    The veteran journalist talks about returning to Northern Ireland and the future of current affairs programming


Grayson Perry

TV Critics: Grayson Perry: Who Are You?; How to Get Away with Murder; The Apprentice


“With every passing minute of Grayson Perry: Who Are You? it became clearer who Grayson Perry was: simply the most intelligent artist working in Britain today.”


Broadcast Greenlight

Broadcast Greenlight offers the latest information on commissions and provides a comprehensive guide to indies, channels and commissioners.