• Stacey Dooley Frontline
    Behind The Scenes

    Stacey Dooley: Guns, Girls and Isis, BBC3


    Stacey Dooley has revealed her reasons for venturing into a war zone for the first time following the launch of her Isis-themed BBC3 documentary.

  • Behind The Scenes

    Before the Flood, Nat Geo


    The ‘power of Leo’ compelled film-maker Fisher Stevens to return to the theme of climate change. The actor opened doors and made the topic sexy too, he tells Manori Ravindran

  • Diversity: is TV making a difference?

    Diversity: is TV making a difference?


    A panel of experts discuss what progress has been made and what still needs to be done

  • The Broadcast Interview

    Guy Slattery, Vice


    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

  • Crazyhead
    Behind The Scenes

    Crazyhead, E4 & Netflix


    Outrageous switches of tone are a key part of this contemporary supernatural story, but were hard to pull off, says Julian Murphy

  • Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, House of Tomorrow
    The Broadcast Interview

    Brooker and Jones: Netflix & chilling dramas


    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.

  • Black Mirror, Netflix
    Behind The Scenes

    Black Mirror, Netflix


    From different episode lengths to unusual aspect ratios, Black Mirror’s move from C4 to Netflix has given the production and post teams freedom to experiment. Robin Parker reports

  • Savage Kingdom, Nat Geo Wild

    Savage Kingdom, Nat Geo Wild


    Our brief was to achieve the feel and tone of scripted drama, without sacrificing authenticity - luckily, the natural world gave us some incredible original storylines, says Harry Marshall

  • Deserts
    Behind The Scenes

    Planet Earth, BBC1


    A decade after its groundbreaking series, BBC Studios’ NHU is again using cutting-edge techniques and technology to take the viewer right into the world of animals.

  • Big Blue

    Underwater innovators


    Deep-sea filming is one of the toughest challenges in natural history. George Bevir hears how some of the genre’s leading producers have charted this hidden world