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Having finally won the commission after seven years of trying, dive-bombing seagulls and disruptive jet-skiers were just some of the challenges we faced, say Polly Leys and Kate Norrish
Broadcasters are enhancing their online platforms with more exclusive content and greater personalisation, but improving consistency is their main priority
First we had to set some ground rules to ensure we got the kind of cinematic, high-stakes documentary we wanted. Then we had to find the right case, says Richard Bond
Three weeks’ rehearsal is a luxury in TV - but on a series dealing with historical allegations, it was essential in helping the cast build their characters’ shared past, says writer Jack Thorne
Filming a post-mortem for BBC3 took us on a long and emotional journey, but the result is an eye-opening documentary, says Melanie Archer
Figures show that men’s viewing choices are still dominated by war, cars and football. A panel at the Edinburgh TV Festival discussed whether tastes are changing.
The opportunity to make a series about a major British institution doesn’t usually just fall into your lap, says Katie Buchanan
Red Planet’s first factual commission demanded an astonishing level of trust in a closed-ranks organisation, says Dan Gold
With Sky following BT’s lead in launching a 4K service, OB firms are investing in the technology they need to keep up with growing demand.
An old car plant near Swansea makes an unlikely home for Amazon Prime’s lavish production about the golden age of French couture, finds Benji Wilson
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