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From location and choice of director through to the show itself, Borderline was all about getting the best out of improvisation, says Zoe Rocha
We found the perfect dilapidated old building to match the ‘otherness’ of our characters’ world - but filming upstairs carried a risk that the floors might collapse, says Will Sharpe
When you have naturally funny performers like Doon Mackichan, Elaine C Smith and Sharon Rooney in your cast, you’d be crazy not to take their opinions on board, says Simon Carlyle
We went full ‘method’ in recreating the stag do from hell in the Scottish Highlands, says Jim Field Smith
With no gallery and no audience to play to, UKTV’s new sitcom tried to take a more naturalistic approach to studio filming. Robin Parker reports
The unpredictability of Romesh Ranganathan’s extended family was the making of our series, says series producer Ben Green
Sky 1’s new comedy-drama about the final days of life on Earth is filmed close to its Slough setting, but this location also doubles as Tennessee and Washington, discovers Olly Hunt
There is no agenda to our transgender comedy, but the issue still required sensitive treatment, says Margot Gavan Duffy
Retort managing director Jon Rolph talks to Matthew Campelli about the lack of working-class heroes in contemporary comedy - and his ambition to create something for everyone
We took inspiration from classic gangland movies and TV shows for this original sitcom set in Newcastle, says Margery Bone. That meant action and stunts - and a lot of guns
A six-part sitcom set on a sun-drenched island was the perfect start for our newly launched indie– until we had to go to sea, says Neil Webster
The past’s comic potential remains undimmed - it just needed a new twist, as Paul Whitelaw discovers
A four-part comedy drama for BBC2 based on a low-key Radio 4 series, Nurse is a character sketch show by proxy.
Previously best known for his role in cult E4 sitcom PhoneShop, Javone Prince may well be the BBC’s latest breakout comedy star.
The writers and stars of Channel 4’s sitcom Catastrophe talk to Paul Whitelaw about their transatlantic partnership
Plying comic actors with booze? What can possibly go wrong, wonders Robin Parker
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