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The commissioner reveals her top pitching tips and what programmes she wants
The Radio 5 Live boss has stamped his vision on the service with an alternative view of sport and current affairs.
Our exploration of gay rights around the world uncovered heartbreaking stories, says Fergus O’Brien
John Banville’s atmospheric novels are being brought to life for BBC1. Olly Grant talks to the drama’s producers and star Gabriel Byrne
A jaded armadillo and a talking hotdog will be among the colourful characters helping BBC1 in the Saturday night ratings war over coming weeks. Olly Grant meets the show’s creators
Find out what programmes BBC’s commissioning executive for daytime and early peak is looking for
Former trainees discuss how the BBC’s production apprenticeships helped them
Trying to ‘cut a British hillside in half ’ was the maddest thing I’ve ever done says Fiona Pitcher
Commissioner for UK current affairs, BBC reveals his commissioning wishlist
Will Strauss uncovers a talented but isolated community who swear a lot - but whose passion shines through.
We used nine cameras to capture night-time footage of our leopards in as many ways as we could – and the differences in the results were startling, says Steve Gooder
Writer Allan Cubitt was involved in everything from casting to editing on his BBC2 series The Fall. Tim Adler speaks to the producers and star Gillian Anderson about the unusual set-up
BBC Wales’ head of drama tells Robin Parker about her plans for a broader, more ambitious mix of shows – and why tax breaks can galvanise writers to free their imaginations
From new shows like ITV2’s The Big Reunion to stalwarts like E4’s Hollyoaks, broadcasters’ ‘digital family’ of channels are making an important contribution.
Hits from Miranda to Death In Paradise help the channel increase share in the first quarter, while Channel 4 and Channel 5 lose 12% in peak.
Paula Milne’s forthcoming follow-up to her classic 1995 drama turns the tables to explore the shifting balance of power between husbands and wives. Paul Whitelaw reports
A real-life army camp lent authenticity to Tony Grounds’ new BBC1 drama, Our Girl, while a few tricks transformed a Bedfordshire quarry into Afghanistan.
A new BBC4 documentary from Mentorn revisits the work of amateur naturalist Percy Smith, recreating his century-old film of a performing housefly.
Janice Hadlow controller of Broadcast’s Channel of the Year discusses maintaining BBC2’s distinctive identity in the face of budget cuts - and why sewing is the new baking.
As BBC3 reaches its 10th birthday, Zai Bennett tells Jake Kanter how he has sharpened its focus and made the channel his own – and why the milestone won’t be celebrated on air
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