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Retelling history with scale and intimacy
Building a brave new world
Taking a trip into the unknown
A journey of discovery
As online platforms increasingly grab younger viewers’ attention, broadcasters are upping their game
The next generation of writing talent are beginning to break through with a raft of upcoming shows
As Studio Lambert reaches its 10th anniversary, founder Stephen Lambert considers some of the indie’s most pivotal shows
IMG Media remains the biggest supplier to the broadcaster
Battling Nazi overload for a thrilling tale
On set in the Czech Republic with Jez Butterworth’s offbeat Celtic drama
Drama is on a high but how much is this success benefiting producers?
Taking engineering to extremes
UK drama is booming but is the industry reaching its peak?
The indie sector enjoyed strong growth as threats to the terms of trade were staved off
Rebooting the format a decade on allowed the use of much more powerful software
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
Broadcasters and indie chiefs gathered at the Media Summit to discuss issues such as the rise of SVoD services Netflix and Amazon - and what the future holds for the genre
Guy’s death-defying attempt at breaking a world record live on air had to be put on hold when our fearless star almost killed himself in a motorbike accident, says Ewan Keil
Following a record-breaking 2014, this year was dominated by ITV and All3Media’s further landgrabs. All eyes are now on 2016 for real structural change, reports Neil Midgley
Twelve days moving through the Costa Rican jungle with eight celebrities, a crew of 60 and Bear Grylls.
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