Standing out from the digital crowd
Calling time on the Doctor
Sky is moving out of factual, returning to entertainment and doubling down on drama.
Channel 5’s new head of children’s Sarah Muller speaks to Ann-Marie Corvin about improving its digital offering, working with Viacom - and finding the next Peppa Pig
The team reflect on its inauspicious start and the reasons for its longevity
Agent with a taste for drama
Channel 4’s documentaries commissioning editor talks to Miranda Blazeby about experimenting with form and subject matter – and why privatisation would put it all at risk
Viceland’s UK ratings may not be giving its rivals sleepless nights, but general manager Guy Slattery says that bringing a new angle to broadcasting will reap rewards
Black Mirror executive producers Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones talk to Robin Parker about where they get their ideas, binge-watching – and what Netflix brings to the table.
With a slew of spin-off-spawning franchises, a healthy non-scripted order book and a fledgling drama division, Studio Lambert is on a high. So what’s next for the indie? asks Peter White
The Foundry chief executive Alex Mahon tells George Bevir what she has been doing since she joined the software firm 10 months ago, and why she believes VR will succeed where 3D failed
With a £100m Netflix series set to launch and an Amazon Video pilot in the pipeline, Left Bank is riding the OTT drama wave. What next for the Sony-owned indie? asks Chris Curtis
The small British indie has made a big splash in the US with James Corden’s The Late Late Show
From Ancient Rome to the not-too-distant future of C4’s Humans, via ITV’s crime-solving 1950s vicar, Diederick Santer talks to Robin Parker about meeting diverse demand for drama.
Netflix’s global hit documentary series was 10 years in the making. Alex Farber hears how directors Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos developed their vision with the on-demand service
Films of Record managing director Neil Grant tells Robin Parker about the streak of anarchy and love of provocation and playfulness that have marked his career in groundbreaking TV
Channel 4 arts commissioner John Hay tells Robin Parker why he wants artists to tackle ‘front-half-of-the-paper’ topics. Plus: Pegah Farahmand on supercharging Random Acts
Bafta Special Award recipient Nina Gold tells Hannah Gannagé-Stewart about the joy of discovering new talent
Sky’s non-scripted boss talks to Peter White about flying dogs, why ‘funny factual’ is harder than it looks - and why she couldn’t turn down Renegade’s Don’t Tell The Bride
C4’s chief creative officer talks to Jake Kanter about the broadcaster’s transformation in the eyes of indies, creative risk-taking and the potentially ‘catastrophic’ effects of privatisation
The duo behind drama indie Sid Gentle Films tell Robin Parker why they’re seeking out leftfield talent - and what this means for diversity in the industry
Acclaimed Danish film director Susanne Bier waited 25 years to make her TV debut - with a thriller that had taken almost as long to get to the screen.
Sky’s managing director of content talks to Chris Curtis about going head to head with US studios, losing Stuart Murphy, and his search for a pan-European scripted blockbuster
The animators behind BBC1 festive treats The Gruffalo and Stick Man tell Robin Parker how CGI helps them to find and fill the 3D space between the linds of children’s stories
Channel 4’s chief executive tells Broadcast why he believes privatisation would have serious repercussions for some parts of the industry and sets out his views on terms of trade
Bad Wolf’s co-founders tell Robin Parker why Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy embodies their mission statement - and what their adaptation will mean for Wales
The fixed-rig pioneers talk to Chris Curtis about implementing a growth strategy while holding on to their core creative principles, life under ITV, and taking a ‘box-set approach’ to factual
Film-makers Brian Hill and Katie Bailiff talk about putting are before profits and experimenting with form - even when producing more mainstream output
Alison Kirkham and her team want to work creatively with indies to bring ambitious projects to life.
Drama Republic’s co-founders talk to Robin Parker about their indie’s rapid rise, working with writers, and scoring two hits in the same week with Doctor Foster and An Inspector Calls
The team behind Don’t Tell The Bride and Drugs Live tell Matthew Campelli that creating successful mainstream formats gives them licence to explore meaningful projects
Made In Chelsea indie bosses David Granger and Will Macdonald tell Peter White they have US primetime in their sights and are on the hunt for the next Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush.
Alan Clements talks to Matthew Campelli about delving into different genres to find the next show that, like Antiques Roadtrip, nails the three Rs: rights, returnability and reputation
Fresh from welcoming Mammoth Screen and Twofour Group into the ITV Studios family, Julian Bellamy talks to Matthew Campelli about building a creative powerhouse - and the importance of getting the chemistry right
Retort managing director Jon Rolph talks to Matthew Campelli about the lack of working-class heroes in contemporary comedy - and his ambition to create something for everyone
Director general Tony Hall on the challenges facing the BBC and why the public must be involved in the licence fee debate
Seasoned documentary-maker Sean McAllister talks to George Bevir about filming during the Arab Spring, and why commissioning editors should reject the urge to play it safe
It’s been a busy time for Ricochet since Jo Ball became chief exec last year, with Katy Thorogood joining Simon Knight to help expand the indie’s slate. Hannah Gannagé-Stewart meets the trio
RDF Television’s managing director Jim Allen talks to Peter White about reviving the indie after Queengate and shouting about its entertainment credentials via a new label
Sony’s Wayne Garvie talks to Peter White about the US company’s desire to find the next Millionaire, boosting scripted in the UK and the dangers of messing with terms of trade
Rhodes tells Peter White about the outrageous characters who attended the market and how much has changed over 30 years
The Killing creator Søren Sveistrup tells Peter White about the indie he has set up with Borgen creator Adam Price and its ambitions to produce scripted series for an international market
Bafta LA’s first chief executive talks to Maggie Brown about her latest challenge
Morgan Matthews talks about his first feature film X+Y and the future for expanding UK production outfit Minnow Films
C5 director of programmes talks about changing perceptions of the channel and what he plans to do with the bigger budget provided by Viacom
The managing director on how a collaborative culture is delivering cross-genre shows and why she is excited by Endemol’s merger with Shine
Creative director of the Benefits Street indie Richard McKerrow tells Chris Curtis why it is not afraid to tackle controversial subjects
The writers and stars of Channel 4’s sitcom Catastrophe talk to Paul Whitelaw about their transatlantic partnership
Controller Kim Shillinglaw inherited a channel in rude health, but she is looking for revealing new filming techniques and shows that are young at heart
Writer Russell T Davies tells Robin Parker about mixing grit and gloss in his return to the Manchester gay scene.
The managing directors talk about the power of social media and winning the Best British Soap Award
Matthews talks about finding the sweet spot between docs and current affairs in Unreported World
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.
Following a period of rapid growth, October Films is at a key stage in its development
The veteran journalist talks about returning to Northern Ireland and the future of current affairs programming
Sky Living director reveals plans to defrock the channel of its fluffy image.
Outgoing chair Elaine Bedell recalls her favourite moments and tells Chris Curtis why ITV’s revival strategy works
Clerkenwell Films’ chief executive talks about the indie’s eclectic project slate and working with fresh talent
The managing editor discusses increasing the number of women experts and leading the way on BAME representation.
The RTS chief executive talks to Robin Parker about overhauling the society’s education brief and nurturing the next generation of TV talent through its new bursary scheme
12 Yard’s managing director talks about keeping the indie spirit alive under ITV Studios
The South Bank Show presenter talks about revisiting his TV past, the freedom offered by Sky Arts - and the importance of broadcasters covering religion.
The in-house chiefs discuss creating an ‘indie-like atmosphere’, and challenging perceptions
The Britdoc boss on changing funding models and the directors with stories worth telling
The Films of Record founder shares the secret to making a good doc, and why TV is as good as ever
Discovery UK’s boss discusses how the broadcaster is moving beyond what people expect
ITV’s director of daytime is confident that Good Morning Britain can succeed where Daybreak failed
UKTV is looking to shift its focus to entertainment and improving its indie relationships
Content chiefs trumpet forthcoming channel as anything but niche
Channel editor Cassian Harrison wants to celebrate the joy of facts
The trio are revelling in their independence as they gear up to take TV into space
The Tomorrow People and Arrow showrunner discusses genre-hopping
The NBCU exec on searching for the Downton Abbey of unscripted formats
Broadcast heads to a former Dutch military base to hear about John de Mol’s plans to make a ‘more upscale Big Brother’
From football in South Sudan to a chimpanzee’s court case, Nick Fraser and Kat Townsend challenge how we view the world
Following last month’s launch of Lifetime, the MD discusses finding the right content for the UK
When it comes to investigative journalism, creating public debate is as important as ratings
Comedian Ruby Wax is back in the limelight - this time as a corporate speaker on mental health issues
The Sky 1 controller wants a schedule to ‘quicken the pulses of viewers’
Few characters can rival Santa Claus in a child’s eyes - apart from CBeebies’ Mr Tumble that is.
A great British success story
Doctor Who’s lead writer and producer, and BBC Wales head of drama discuss the next chapter
Hollyoaks must stay true to its young audience by taking risks on often uncomfortable storylines
The show’s exec producers and US commissioner on taking a gamble live in primetime
The programming director discusses refreshing the network’s presenting team
The media landscape is changing minute by minute in the digital age.
Citizen Khan talks about creating mainstream comedy, breaking Asian talent - and learning his craft on stage
The Radio 5 Live boss has stamped his vision on the service with an alternative view of sport and current affairs.
Ahead of the launch of his Sky 1 series, the star discusses crying, dying and Derek
The pair discuss branching out into comedy and putting innovation at the heart of all they do
On his latest doc, the filmmaker watched another journalist become the story - with troubling results
ITVS execs have mined history to create internationally attractive period dramas
The creator of the US crime drama on how it turned from near-flop to phenomenon
From Latin America to Asia Pacific, via the UK, Julian Bellamy’s global content push is gathering pace.
YouView’s boss on overcoming the hurdles to launch, dealing with tricky shareholders and the next steps
The pair discuss cracking different genres and the benefits of having creatives in charge.
The chief executive on restoring the business to profitability and regaining its swagger.
The king of live TV on ‘punching through the glass ceiling’ and the wrong side of Russell Crowe.
Robin Parker speaks to Eleven Film’s co-founders about wooing the international market with EOne, shifting their focus to scripted - and the difficulty of devising a returnable format
The Deal Or No Deal host’s entire television and radio career has been about inviting the public to take part, often in innovative ways. Now he wants to crack digital, he tells Ben Dowell
Channel 4’s new head of features has been shaking things up with 22 new shows at 8pm. She tells Balihar Khalsa about ‘narrative heroes’ - and why humour matters.
The super-indie’s new chief exec Farah Ramzan Golant has spent her entire career in advertising. She tells Lisa Campbell why making content is the ‘holy grail’
Hat Trick’s co-founder talks to Lisa Campbell about Thatcher’s TV legacy, how he’d revolutionise the BBC - and the benefits of a good cup of coffee.
In the wake of its first Grand National for C4, IMG Media’s global sports production boss talks to Jake Kanter about the high-stakes race to win new sports contracts - and retain key rights
Sky Sports’ managing director Barney Francis talks to Chris Curtis about drawing on experience in the face of competition from BT Sport, identifying talent and the future of distribution
Janice Hadlow controller of Broadcast’s Channel of the Year discusses maintaining BBC2’s distinctive identity in the face of budget cuts - and why sewing is the new baking.
Kudos chief executive Jane Featherstone discusses life after Hustle and Spooks, remaking Scandi hit The Bridge and the game changing arrival of Netflix and Hulu
The rise of Broadcast’s Best Post-Production House for 2013 has been rapid and remarkable. And its expansion isn’t over yet, owners Dave and Natascha Cadle tell George Bevir
Red Production Company, Broadcast’s Indie of the Year has made some of the most popular drama of recent times. Now it’s starting a new chapter with a move into comedy and a potential sale. Chris Curtis reports
As BBC3 reaches its 10th birthday, Zai Bennett tells Jake Kanter how he has sharpened its focus and made the channel his own – and why the milestone won’t be celebrated on air
Writer and director Stephen Poliakoff talks about the important questions raised by his first full-length TV series, Dancing On The Edge, and how the BBC’s faith in him has been repaid
In two years, ITNP has grown into a formidable production division, thanks to a content strategy built around its news heritage. What’s next on the agenda, asks Jake Kanter
The Farm’s founders and joint MDs have capped their ‘best ever year’ with WFTV’s Business Award - some achievement for a duo who started off at loggerheads. George Bevir reports
As she picks up a major WFTV award, the former BBC head of Vision talks to Lisa Campbell about leaving the BBC, revolutionising science on TV and helping women reach the top
Riding high with BBC3’s Cuckoo, the Roughcut TV team talk to Paul Whitelaw about waiting for the right idea and the dedication to honing scripts that sets the indie apart
A documentary-maker by background, Julian Farino is mid-way through a two-year exclusivity deal with HBO in the US. He tells Robin Parker what Brits bring to the US party.
Studio Lambert’s chief executive and US president talk to Balihar Khalsa about the indie’s success across the pond, its strength in creating global formats – and its move into scripted
The Radio Independents Group’s recently appointed chair talks to Alex Farber about the need for the indie sector to act as a collective to boost commercial ties and build trust with the BBC
Creative directors Julian Ware and Ben Bowie are seeking to build on Darlow Smithson’s reputation by broadening its creative bandwidth and diversifying. Balihar Khalsa reports
As BBC News shows gradually relocate to New Broadcasting House, the head of the newsroom tells Jake Kanter how the building will foster greater collaboration
Channel 5’s factual commissioner talks to Alex Farber about Big Brother’s halo effect and his determination to deliver a strong factual slate, with the backing of owner Richard Desmond
The BBC Radio controller talks to Jake Kanter about the galvanising effect of saving 6 Music, minimising the impact of budget cuts - and his admiration for Russell Brand.
Consistently breaking new ground has made Lion TV a success on both sides of the Atlantic. Robin Parker hears how the indie keeps reinventing itself to stay ahead of the game
Syco boss Simon Cowell talks to Chris Curtis about the ‘miraculous’ success of the Got Talent format - and how he stops it getting stale.
2012 has been a prolific year for Gordon Ramsay and his indie One Potato Two Potato following a series of hit US shows for Fox. But he won’t forget his roots, he tells Chris Curtis
The writer of precinct dramas from Cardiac Arrest to Line of Duty talks to Chris Curtis about bureaucracy and box-ticking in the public sector, and why he’s fascinated with work.
The BBC North director talks to Lisa Campbell about how the move to MediaCityUK is revolutionising the way the corporation works.
BBC in-house head of comedy Mark Freeland tells Jake Kanter about his ambitions to inspire bus-stop moments among audiences and offers a robust response to sniffy critics
One year after leaving Tiger Aspect to launch his own indie, Burning Bright founder Clive Tulloh talks to Balihar Khalsa.
As the finishing line nears for the BBC’s outgoing DG, he tells Lisa Campbell about leaving “an organisation of mavericks” – and why the Olympics breathed new life into what it stands for.
On a roll with Veep and eyeing The Thick Of It’s endgame, Armando Iannucci tells Paul Whitelaw about HBO creative freedom, why the BBC needs Sky competition – and that OBE
Last year’s Broadcast Hot Shots talk to Robin Parker about the impact appearing in the supplement has had on their careers.
Pinewood’s chief executive tells George Bevir about working with producers to keep down costs, plans for international expansion, and why a good studio is about more than space.
Big Wave may be small in size but its big ideas have helped it carve out a niche on both sides of the pond.
After buying stakes in four UK indies in 18 months, Red Arrow has set its sights on joining the ranks of the global giants - but first it needs to nurture its new properties.
On reaching a landmark 200th edition of his satirical podcast The Bugle, Andy Zaltzman talks to Michael Rosser about its global appeal - and surviving on voluntary subscriptions.
Having struck gold in the US, Raw TV’s bosses tell Balihar Khalsa about their home ambitions and why they value their independence
Sky’s director of entertainment channels says he wants to make his portfolio more like Sky Sports – but first there’s something he wants to get off his chest.
The BBC’s director of London 2012 tells Chris Curtis how the corporation intends to take gold with its Olympics coverage, with 24 dedicated channels, online streaming and some new presenting faces
Sky director of entertainment talks about raising the bar, giving producers freedom – and being gay.
All3Media’s commercial and digital director is keen to exploit the potential of YouTube. He tells Alex Farber how the indie’s original content can make a splash in the online world.
Former BBC2 controller and Nutopia founder Jane Root tells Chris Curtis about widening the indie’s scope – and why history documentaries can have broad appeal.
Talkback’s new managing director tells Jake Kanter why the recession has been good for the Celebrity Juice producer.
ITV’s director of factual and daytime talks to Jake Kanter about reining in celebrity travelogues, the downfall of Daybreak and why these are the ‘most exciting times’ to be at the broadcaster.
ITV Studios’ boss wants to build bridges with commissioners and is on the hunt for the next big international hit – but he’s not bothered where the idea comes from.
UKTV’s low-profile chief exec has been busy getting its house in order for the past 18 months. But with a spending rise now kicking in, he’s stepping into the spotlight.
The Hollywood couple who have found themselves making a sitcom in the UK about a UK couple making a sitcom in Hollywood tell Robin Parker about blurring fiction and reality.
Tyler Brûlé has a hard-earned reputation as a media innovator. So why is he eschewing iPad apps and social networks for radio? It’s all about ‘good conversation’, he tells Lisa Campbell.
As the BBC’s children’s channels reach the ripe old age of 10, their controllers speak to Catherine Neilan about supporting UK producers and the impact of the move to Salford.
Since Richard Desmond took over, Channel 5 has been the butt of snobbish jokes. But there’s nothing wrong with fun and positivity, its controller tells Chris Curtis – the viewers love it.
As ITN gears up to take over 5 News next week, its editor-in-waiting tells Jake Kanter about the ‘white-knuckle ride’ he’s been on since it picked up the contract from rival Sky News.
He once climbed a mountain in Tibet to bury rushes and his children call him ‘Spy Dad’. The director of Poor Kids tells Catherine Neilan about his golden rules for going undercover.
Hiring Richard Keys and Andy Gray in the middle of a media storm showed that TalkSport’s programme director is not afraid to take a gamble – and it’s paying off.
‘The EPG on steroids’ is how Red Bee’s chief executive describes the company’s latest offering. He tells Chris Curtis why viewers’ desire for interaction is driving the content delivery agenda.
The Downton Abbey v EastEnders Christmas Day clash was a turning point in ITV’s navigation of the commercial/editorial divide, its programming chief tells Lisa Campbell.
After the off-screen drama of 2011, Channel 4 has ‘got its balls back’, according to its chief creative officer. Now it wants to get people talking.
You won’t find the Great British Bake Off presenter embarking on a TV ‘journey’, but her light-touch approach to factual can still shed light on big subjects.
Using its biggest brands like Doctor Who as well as new daytime dramas, BBC Learning’s controller wants to inspire ‘a life full of learning’.
A longer format for Radio 4’s flagship show has given it more scope for in-depth interviews and analysis. It’s also made it feel ‘less rude’ to guests, Martha Kearney tells Ben Dowell.
A workplace retooled for collaboration, key brand investment and a continued push on global formats will position Viacom’s UK channels for the future, its UK MD tells Alex Farber.
Under C4’s ‘creative renewal’, the head of news and current affairs is overseeing a radical change in approach, with more emphasis on training and public involvement.
Julian Bellamy unveils his vision for global content for Discovery Networks International – and where UK producers fit in.
The pioneering producer of Shooting Stars now wants to get her ‘whole bloody foot’ in the door at Sky.
As US broadcaster PBS prepares to launch its first UK channel, Alex Farber talks to president Paula Kerger, while channel head Richard Kingsbury describes the task of setting up from scratch.
‘Tenacious with a smile’ is how C4 News’ first female presenter in more than a decade sums up her style. She tells Lisa Campbell why holding politicians to account demands ‘a sense of fun’.
From their Devon base, Great Western Features has recreated cinema’s golden age on a comedy budget. Robin Parker finds The Comic Strip creative forces enjoying a new lease of life.
The writer of BBC1’s Hidden and C4’s Top Boy tells Chris Curtis why he’s uncomfortable taking creative control and likes to keep people guessing both on and off screen.
The inside view from the Disney ABC exec and Mipcom’s personality of the year.
Peep Show creators Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain are navigating the tricky waters of comedy-drama on new series Fresh Meat - and this time they’re sharing the load.
This is a golden era for the television, advertising titan Sir John Hegarty tells Lisa Campbell, but to get the best from your creative teams, you need “motivation not subjugation”.
For his new series Life’s Too Short, Ricky Gervais returns to BBC2 and the mockumentary style that made him a star - but this time, he’s mostly behind the camera, he tells Paul Whitelaw.
ITV News has won a hat-trick of Baftas in the past three years despite limited resources. News At Ten’s anchor and assistant editor tell Jake Kanter how it has triumphed against adversity.
Having tasted life at a super-indie, John Smithson and his partners are going back to their programme-making roots with start-up Arrow Media. Catherine Neilan hears their plans.
On stage at the Children’s Media Conference, the BBC Children’s director told Lisa Campbell about inclusivity, the move to Salford and the false distinction between “fun and worthy stuff”.
With experience from both sides of the commissioning table, the duo behind new venture Grand Scheme want to help indies develop projects and win work.
Whilst TOWIE’s runaway success has proved convincingly that Lime Pictures can create a strong offer alongside Hollyoaks, the indie has a lot more up its sleeves.
Outspoken drama writer Jimmy McGovern still has plenty to get off his chest, as Kate Rowland, organiser of last week’s BBC Writer’s Festival, discovered. Broadcast presents the highlights.
A love of high-concept blockbusters unites the creator and executive producer of Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood. They tell Chris Curtis how a tie-up with Starz has taken the show to the next level.
The incoming head of the Radio Academy wants the BBC to improve efficiencies across its popular music stations, and its commercial rivals to have more leeway.
ESPN set up a UK channel in just six weeks after picking up Setanta’s Premiership games. With the rights up for grabs again, it is stepping up its ambitions.
Sky has filmed more than 100 live events in 3D and its dedicated channel has a burgeoning arts and factual slate. But the story has to come first, its 3D head tells Robin Parker.
Discovery Networks International’s content supremo has lured Julian Bellamy to execute his programming strategy. Can he get the production community on board?
Having put ITV2 on the map with Celebrity Juice and TOWIE, BBC3’s new controller says he wants to be known as a risk-taker - and comedy is first on the agenda.
STV’s chief executive opens up to Jake Kanter about Taggart, local TV, diversification, cracking the US - and that legal battle.
The BBC’s controller of entertainment wants more ideas from indies for primetime slots on Saturdays, particularly live shows with an interactive element.
With his BBC2 series Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle winning a surprise recommission, the comedian talks to Paul Whitelaw about TV’s stand-up boom and the art of compromising
With Channel 4’s Million Pound Drop and BBC2’s daytime series Pointless under his belt, the Remarkable boss has hit two of his personal targets. So, asks Robin Parker, what next?
The Freesat managing director wants to keep the service’s proposition as simple as possible in her bid to win over the ‘Sky wobblers’ and ‘value seekers’.
The RTL chief executive talks to Andy Fry about his plans to expand the ‘family of channels’, and how the group bounced back from the economic downturn to produce record revenues in 2010.
Ahead of next month’s MipTV, the FME boss is sitting on a wealth of hit brands, from X Factor to The Apprentice, and it’s all thanks to the distributor’s global reach, he tells Michael Rosser.
As their award-winning show Down The Line returns to Radio 4, the Fast Show alumni question why the creative freedom of radio can’t translate to TV. Paul Whitelaw reports.
With the BBC facing swingeing cuts, critics of BBC2 have called its role into question. But a new slate of commissions will redefine the channel, its controller tells Catherine Neilan.
BBC drama has been on a roll under Kate Harwood, with a string of hits from Five Days to South Riding. So have we seen the last of the Victorian classics?
Objective Productions’ new chief exec wants the indie to branch out from comedy and fact ent and work with a range of broadcasters, just so long as it’s ‘good telly’.
Sky 1 asked for ‘the British Roseanne’, but Tidy Productions’ first major commission snowballed into something bigger. Ruth Jones tells Robin Parker about taking control.
The new controller of BBC1 is looking to shake up its content across all genres. He tells Catherine Neilan about his plans to take the channel in a more experimental direction
Want to work in network TV in the US? Veteran comedy producer Mitchell Hurwitz, creator of cult series Arrested Development, has some words of warning. Robin Parker reports.
With shows such as Rev and Miranda, BBC Comedy is thriving under controller Cheryl Taylor. She tells Catherine Neilan about her latest commissions and the challenges the genre faces.
The showrunner on Sky Atlantic’s flagship US drama acquisition Boardwalk Empire talks to Michael Rosser about recreating Atlantic City and his weekly chats with Martin Scorsese.
Ahead of the launch of Sky Atlantic, the managing director of news and entertainment tells Alex Farber about her plans to woo customers with quality US drama and original commissions.