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With stunts involving helicopters and a moving train, the first series of the The Wrong Mans was hard to top, says Jim Field Smith.
When the complex weather phenomena we wanted to study couldn’t be found, we had to make our own, says Graham Booth
A supernatural meditation on ageing and a return to his Yorkshire roots lures Michael Palin back to TV drama
The creators and stars of BBC1’s new thriller speak to Olly Grant about keeping on top of its time-shifting plot
Ahead of the festival, two leading natural history producers discuss their latest work
BBC Academy college of technology’s Andy Wilson outlines how producers can comply with AS-11
The veteran journalist talks about returning to Northern Ireland and the future of current affairs programming
A show with a cast of 170 puppets and a giant set that completely filled the studio was a huge logistical challenge
Have the traditional features that lured viewers in their millions had their day?
With months spent hanging around mortuaries this was not a job for the squeamish
Richard Curtis has lured Dustin Hoffman and Judi Dench to BBC1 for his Christmas adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Esio Trot.
Having such a talented and experienced cast was a real blessing, says Paul Schlesinger
Broken down tanks, torrential rain and real soldiers playing extras added to the authenticity, says Sue Horth
Fran Unsworth talks about accusations of bias in the Gaza conflict and getting more women on air
Ed Sunderland’s story of 800m Olympic champion David Rudisha
Pett Productions discuss ‘micro-producing’ an eclectic mix of experimental shorts
Archives are being mined in increasingly ingenious ways
The in-house chiefs discuss creating an ‘indie-like atmosphere’, and challenging perceptions
As the youth channel awaits approval for its move online, Stephen Price looks its performance over the past eight years
The Cornish moors of Daphne du Maurier’s story were even more breathtaking than director Philippa Lowthorpe could have believed
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