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Todd Austin responds to criticism of Leopard’s controversial cycling doc and discusses UGC difficulties.
David Walliams’ comic novel receives the 3D treatment as the BBC explores the drama genre as part of its two-year experiment with the technology.
In the first of three themed roundtables at the Salford media hub, Broadcast explored the creative impact, opportunities and challenges facing producers in the north-west. Lisa Campbell moderates
The BBC Radio controller talks to Jake Kanter about the galvanising effect of saving 6 Music, minimising the impact of budget cuts - and his admiration for Russell Brand.
The BBC North director talks to Lisa Campbell about how the move to MediaCityUK is revolutionising the way the corporation works.
Her team has inspired the public to start baking and buy telescopes - and her budget is one of the BBC’s biggest. Catherine Neilan speaks to the controller of Knowledge commissioning.
Part psychological drama, part crime thriller and part family character piece, Paul Abbot’s Exile is a difficult one to pigeon-hole. Will Strauss goes on set to meet the cast and crew
Natural History Unit chief Andrew Jackson isn’t afraid to say what he thinks, and his self confessed lack of ‘pedigree’ is just what the corporation ordered, writes Katherine Rushton
War is hell, even if it’s a comedy drama
The BBC is due to publish its exec and non-exec board members’ expenses this October, but should it take the long, hard road to reveal more allowances.
Exec producer Peter Holmes on keeping things fresh for third series of Would I Lie to You?
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