Features Gobstopper Television founder Ross McCarthy
ITV & C4’s shiny-floor strategy unpicked
Talking TV heads to Apple Tree Yard – exploring BBC1’s Kudos-produced psychological thriller.
A special edition of Talking TV was recorded at the Broadcast Awards 2017 with interviews with all of the winners including Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Jools Holland.
The latest edition of Talking TV delves into the ongoing war between Sky and Discovery over carriage fees and picks over the sale of Channel 4’s Growth Fund indie True North.
The latest edition of Talking TV explores how BBC gameshow Pointless managed to reach 1,000 episodes and offers a guide to BBC Studios ahead of its commercialisation in April.
Kerfuffle founder Steven D Wright, Pretzel TV boss Steve Wynne and Very British Problems producer Ian Lamarra visit the studio.
C5’s Guy Davies and Sundog Pictures’ Dov Freedman visit the studio
Zeppotron boss Ruth Phillips and comedian Danielle Ward visit the studio
Broadcast shines a light on Sky’s diversity figures, the BBC tendering process and Channel 5’s move to raise its factual ambitions as well as an in-depth conversation about the state of music on television.
This week Talking TV was in the South of France at the Mipcom market in Cannes to find out about the latest internationally telly trends.
National Treasure creator Jack Thorne discusses the Operation Yewtree-style drama in this week’s Talking TV.
Talking TV heads off on a lost weekend with Keith Richards as the Rolling Stones guitarist curates an entire weekend of programming for BBC4.
This week, Talking TV is at UKTV Live, the broadcaster’s annual event showcasing its latest shows and talent, before previewing Channel 4 drama National Treasure.
In a Talking TV special, guests from All3Media, Banijay and Fox unpick Shane Smith’s MacTaggart lecture and discuss the other hottest topics from Scotland.
BBC Worldwide’s expanding indie empire and the cancellation of Channel 4’s working class comedy Raised By Wolves take centre stage in this week’s Talking TV.
Talking TV returns with a brand new host as the latest edition assesses the increasing importance of ITV Studios to its parent company and hears from the producer of BBC3’s drunk and dirty comedy Fleabag.
In the second of two special editions of Talking TV, host Jake Kanter returns to interviews with First Dates executive Nicola Lloyd, writer Tony Jordan on Dickensian and unlocks the secrets of Storage Hunters UK with Sean Kelly.
In the first of two special highlights episodes, Talking TV revisits interviews with former Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman, No Offence exec Martin Carr and Murdered By My Father’s Aysha Raphael.
The latest edition of Talking TV analyses the headlines from Sheffield Doc/Fest and hears from the producer of BBC2’s first fixed-rig show.
Pact’s call for a moratorium on terms of trade reviews and its implications for Channel 4 take centre stage - plus the Talking TV verdict on Chris Evans’ Top Gear debut.
The latest edition of Talking TV analyses the future of the BBC following the publication of the white paper and hears for the series editor Peston On Sunday.
Talking TV unpicks some of the hot topics that might appear in the white paper on charter renewal and analyses a tumultuous couple of weeks for BBC Studios.
Runners’ rights are in the spotlight for the latest edition of Talking TV, while there is also an interview with the star and producer of Dave’s Storage Hunters.
Talking TV runs the rule over ITV’s new group of commissioners and assesses Polly Hill’s decision to leave the BBC - while two contrasting BBC3 shows are previewed.
The latest edition of Talking TV mulls Mark Linsey’s appointment at BBC Studios and hears from the producer of Murdered By My Father.
Talking TV unpicks another busy fortnight for broadcasting, as well as heading behind the scenes on BBC2’s landmark series Inside Obama’s White House.
The Dame Janet Smith review and the EU referendum get the Talking TV treatment in the latest edition of Broadcast’s podcast.
Talking TV catches up with the big winners from the Broadcast Awards and puts ITV’s commissioning changes in the spotlight.
Talking TV looks back over a fortnight of seismic change at the top of the industry including the decision to axe the role of BBC2 controller after 50 years and Peter Fincham’s departure from ITV.
Talking TV’s first episode of the year features a discussion on Tim Hincks’ departure from Endemol Shine Group and Robot Wars’ reboot.
Talking TV gets festive with its third annual telly industry Christmas quiz.
David Abraham’s grave warning about the future of Channel 4 and BBC3’s move online are put under the microscope in the latest edition of Talking TV.
Talking TV analyses the latest BBC content cuts and hears from the producer of Channel 4’s The Secret Life Of Four, Five And Six Year Olds.
ITV’s attack on the BBC’s distinctiveness comes under the microscope in the latest edition of Talking TV, which also features an interview with Kirstie & Phil.
Danny Cohen and Stuart Murphy’s respective departures from the BBC and Sky are analysed on the latest edition of Talking TV.
The latest edition of Talking TV rounds up the headlines from Mipcom and hears from Karl Warner, the executive producer of BBC4’s OAP structured reality show Close To The Edge.
Channel 4’s anarchic entertainment ambitions and an interview with the producer of This Is England ‘90 feature on the latest Talking TV.
Talking TV returns to London for its latest episode, featuring in-depth conversation on the BBC’s future and Netflix’s bid to land Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror.
Talking TV heads to the Edinburgh International Television Festival for a special episode.
The latest edition of Talking TV ponders Channel 4’s future amid increased fears of privatisation and runs the rule over Amazon’s deal with the former Top Gear team.
The latest edition of Talking TV runs the rule over the government’s green paper on the future of the BBC and features an interview with PhoneShop creator Phil Bowker.
The BBC funding deal and Channel 4’s Married at First Sight come under the microscope in the 50th edition of Talking TV.
ITV’s acquisition of Twofour, Tony Hall’s Broadcast interview and TFI Friday all come under the microscope in the latest Talking TV.
Jimmy Mulville and Jon Thoday visit Broadcast towers for a Talking TV special, where they discuss their mission to save BBC3.
The latest edition of Talking TV hears from BBC3 digital controller Damian Kavanagh on his plans for the channel online.
On the latest Talking TV, Broadcast editor Chris Curtis explains why Broadcast has launched a campaign Backing the BBC and we go behind the scenes of Hoff The Record.
Fallout from the general election is top of the agenda on Talking TV this week.
Talking TV gets the inside track on Paul Abbott’s new drama No Offence and mulls over the race to run BBC Studios and the Channel 4 entertainment changes.
Talking TV invites award-winning filmmaker Vanessa Engle into the studio to discuss her BBC2 series Inside Harley Street, while Katie Hopkins’ potential new TLC chat show is on the news agenda.
This week’s edition of Talking TV, hosted by international editor Peter White, explores how a raft of British indies stormed Discovery’s US channels and looks ahead to Mip TV.
This week’s edition of Talking TV sizes up Viacom’s ambitious plans for Channel 5 and picks over the Jeremy Clarkson ‘fracas’ scandal.
Talking TV walks you through a busy fortnight of news, providing an analysis of Rona Fairhead’s speech on the future of the BBC Trust and unpicking ITV’s Talpa takeover bid.
The latest edition of Talking TV sinks its teeth into BBC3’s new gameshow I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse and assesses ITV’s start to the year.
Talking TV goes behind the scenes at the 20th annual Broadcast Awards to catch up with some of the winners.
The latest episode of Talking TV gets the inside track on Channel 5’s ambitious new social experiment 10,000 BC and ponders commissioning changes at the BBC.
Talking TV returns for its first episode of the year and hears from Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman on the show’s “annus horribilis”.
Talking TV goes all festive with its second annual telly industry Christmas quiz.
Talking TV returns from a short sabbatical with a bounty of goods, including the story behind BBC1’s forthcoming Harry Hill comedy drama Professor Branestawm.
The latest edition of Talking TV hears from ITV political editor Tom Bradby about The Great Fire and considers the latest update on the BBC’s plans to transform its production division.
The latest instalment of Talking TV rounds up all the biggest news from Mipcom and hears from BBC Productions’ science boss Andrew Cohen.
Broadcast podcast Talking TV returns with news on the Shine/Endemol mega-merger, TV sexism and a glimpse into the world of ITV2 comedy Plebs.
The latest edition of Talking TV hears about The Great British Bake Off’s recipe for success and asks why ITV pulled the plug on Rising Star.
The latest edition of Talking TV heads to UKTV Live to catch-up with Sir David Attenborough and Dave Gorman, while the new BBC Trust chair is also on the agenda.
A special edition of Talking TV heads to the Edinburgh International Television Festival to sort through all the major themes of this year’s conference.
The latest edition of Talking TV runs the rule over the BBC Trust’s television services review and Sky’s 70% stake in Love Productions.
This week Talking TV focuses on the BBC’s proposal to scrap its quota system - and goes behind the digital rig of Channel 4’s Secret Life Of Students.
Hear from some of the big winners as Talking TV goes behind the scenes of the 10th Broadcast Digital Awards.
The latest edition of Talking TV runs the rule over the return of some classic children’s television shows and is back on the previews trail.
A special edition of the Talking TV podcast brings you the key action from the Media Summit and includes an interview with drama writer Andrew Davies.
The Talking TV podcast tackles TV consolidation, hears from Hollywood stars Morgan Freeman and Matthew Perry at the LA Screenings and finds out more about BBC2’s British Airways documentary.
The latest edition of Talking TV features an interview with Hinterland creator Ed Thomas and looks back on a week of big business in UK broadcasting.
The latest edition of Talking TV looks ahead to the launch of Good Morning Britain and The Crimson Field’s Sarah Phelps reveals why writing primetime drama for BBC1 is a politicised process.
Broadcast’s Talking TV podcast returns with a John Kaye Cooper interview and more on BBC commissioning quotas.
The latest edition of Talking TV assesses Tony Hall’s vision for the arts in light of the closure of BBC3 and hears about the craft behind E4’s Made in Chelsea.
Fresh from winning best entertainment programme at the Royal Television Society Awards, the boys from The Last Leg create mischief on a special edition of Broadcast’s Talking TV podcast.
Broadcast’s Talking TV podcast rips up the format guide to bring you a no-holds-barred debate on the plans to move BBC3 online.
It’s destination Top Gear on the Talking TV podcast as executive producer Andy Wilman drops in to discuss the BBC2 motoring show.
The latest Talking TV podcast reflects on a busy week for the broadcasting industry, which included some seismic news at BBC2 and another ITV channel launch.
Talking TV goes behind the scenes at the biggest ever Broadcast Awards to catch up with some of the winners.
Broadcast’s latest Talking TV podcast delves into BBC2 comedy Inside Number 9 and considers whether the industry is finally addressing its issue with diversity.
Broadcast’s podcast returns with an interview with Channel 4 commissioner Nick Mirsky about Benefits Street and a look ahead to Henry Winkler’s new CBBC series.
The final Talking TV podcast of 2013 serves up a festive treat as producers and the Broadcast team go toe-to-toe in a Christmas quiz.
Discover why the 2011 riots inspired Gogglebox and hear more analysis of Channel 4’s 2013 ratings blues on Broadcast’s latest Talking TV podcast.
Broadcast’s latest Talking TV podcast gets to grips with the Doctor Who 50th anniversary, diversity and Derren Brown.
It’s a channel launch bonanza on the latest Broadcast: Talking TV, as Lifetime and local television come under the microscope, along with an interview with the makers of Don’t Panic: the Truth about Population.
The sixth edition of Broadcast: Talking TV runs the rule over BBC1’s new entertainment commission Let’s Get Ready to Tumble and checks in on BBC2 comedy The Wrong Mans.
Broadcast’s latest Talking TV podcast assesses Tony Hall’s first major address as BBC director general and hears from Breathless creator Paul Unwin.
Broadcast’s podcast has upped sticks for a Salford special, bringing you a snapshot of TV life in the north.
Broadcast’s Talking TV podcast on C4’s plans to invest in indies and a difficult week for the BBC
Broadcast’s new podcast Talking TV reflects on Edinburgh, with a run-down of five highlights from the television festival.
Broadcast has launched a podcast showcasing TV’s biggest new shows and featuring high-profile producers and executives.