Closing The London Studios is a step too far, says Steven D Wright
Reality TV spawned this dystopian nightmare, says Steven D Wright
My stint on stage makes me want more, says Steven D Wright
The aggressive American model is here to stay
The real stars of Edinburgh are the comedians - not the TV execs, says Steven D Wright
The young may not be tuning in, but who cares? says Steven D Wright
Is confidence the issue, or old-fashioned sexism? asks Steven D Wright
But white paper was less painful than feared, says Steven D Wright
The most tiresome aspect of being a professional columnist writing about TV is the sheer number of times you end up talking about the BBC.
Will the press ever tire of these non-stories? asks Steven D Wright
Can we trust tomorrow’s shows to today’s teens? asks Steven D Wright
Do exits foreshadow the death of our industry? asks Steven D Wright
We should all learn to live in the moment
Should we take a leaf out of Corbyn’s book to engage with the public? asks Steven D Wright
Excited to be courted for a job, Steven D Wright instead found himself locked up for 24 hours
For someone starting out in TV, the show was the best place to learn, says Steven D Wright
The government’s attack is way off target, says Steven D Wright
It may not be perfect, but the corporation is an asset to our industry, says Steven D Wright
TV must stop reaching for the Z-list celebs, says Steven D Wright
TV has a spring in its step when it takes itself a little less seriously, writes Steven D Wright
There’s a collective amnesia when it comes to television history, writes Steven D Wright
Industry talk is now all about ‘casting producers’, ‘precinct’ and ‘3G’, says Steven D Wright
The web is a fertile creative space - but let’s keep quality in perspective, says Steven D Wright
More than ever, 21st century TV is the equivalent of the freak show, says Steven D Wright
Who needs fresh ideas when we can just rehash past successes, asks Steven D Wright
If Scotland says Yes, my vote is for St Tropez, says Steven D Wright
BBC in-house must be prepared to ‘do or die’ in commissioning arena
Jingoistic notions of British ‘quality’ TV hide some uncomfortable truths
TV is getting it in the neck from all and sundry, says Steven D Wright
Baffled by the doublespeak spouted by commissioners? Help is at hand from Steven D Wright
We should all grieve the on-screen loss of a much-loved channel, says Steven D Wright
If you’re a bullying, egomaniac sociopath, you’ll go far in TV, says Steven D Wright
TV is on a par with anything in a gallery - without the pretentiousness, says Steven D Wright
Now that TV is no longer hip, my weekends won’t be the same, says Steven D Wright
Why not rip off formats when viewers often yearn for the familiar, asks Steven D Wright
Battle for commissions is getting depressing, says Stephen D Wright
Steven D Wright ponders the conundrum of whether your output matters after you’re dead
Commissioners: stop dreaming of an indie career and read my pitch, says Steven D Wright
Everything you need to know about the industry is right there on screen, says Steven D Wright.
Seeing viewers openly mocking your work is a painful experience, says Stephen D Wright
Let’s give it a break, says Steven D Wright. After all, its not as bad as the Catholic church
The programmes we all love to hate generate the greatest buzz, says Steven D Wright
Savilegate is shocking but celebrity hedonism is alive and well, says Steven D Wright
Whether a newbie, a veteran or an arty farty type, Edinburgh is for you, says Steven D Wright.
London 2012 Opening Ceremony has changed my view of TV sport, says Steven D Wright.
As the new DG is painfully aware, sometimes, us cool TV kids get an embarrassing reminder that some of the other less sexy, less fashionable forms of culture can totally dominate the media.
Let’s face it, the reason we’re in this dull line of work is to mix with ‘stars’, says Steven D Wright.
“The best episodes of DIY SOS, like this one, are as emotional and moving as anything on television.”