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Drama is on a high but how much is this success benefiting producers?
‘Most producers are concentrating on positive formats’
The drama boom battle for content
Sending warring families to extreme locations
High-end dramas like Victoria and Versailles were big sellers this year, alongside risqué dating formats such as Undressed and Love Island, while consolidation continued.
The training available to those from under-represented groups
There was no breakout hit at this year’s Mipcom, but themes around conflict resolution, secrets and ageing emerged. Manori Ravindran takes a closer look at the shows that stood out
From location and choice of director through to the show itself, Borderline was all about getting the best out of improvisation, says Zoe Rocha
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
With spoof programmes like Sun, Sea And Sex With My Parents, we wanted to gently send up the contemporary TV landscape, says executive producer James Longman
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