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Inside No. 9 producer Adam Tandy talks to George Bevir about creating a working 1970s drama set with period cameras and lighting for the return of the darkly comic anthology series
Rebooting the format a decade on allowed the use of much more powerful software
By rejecting the use of mini cams, gimbals and drones, we strove for visual honesty of life in the pits, says Wesley Pollitt
Stacey Dooley has revealed her reasons for venturing into a war zone for the first time following the launch of her Isis-themed BBC3 documentary.
A decade after its groundbreaking series, BBC Studios’ NHU is again using cutting-edge techniques and technology to take the viewer right into the world of animals.
Deep-sea filming is one of the toughest challenges in natural history. George Bevir hears how some of the genre’s leading producers have charted this hidden world
First we had to set some ground rules to ensure we got the kind of cinematic, high-stakes documentary we wanted. Then we had to find the right case, says Richard Bond
Filming a post-mortem for BBC3 took us on a long and emotional journey, but the result is an eye-opening documentary, says Melanie Archer
The opportunity to make a series about a major British institution doesn’t usually just fall into your lap, says Katie Buchanan
As Sir Killalot, Matilda and the rest of the Robot Wars gang prepare for their TV comeback, Olly Grant visits the giant set where the souped-up veterans will take on the next generation
Russell Levin highlights the challenges of trying to film 300 tonne aircraft taking off from the coldest city on earth.
What started as a personal story for executive producer Liz McLeod became a technical jigsaw puzzle for director Alicia Aarce
We warmed up many of our contributors over a pint - but we had to out ourselves as lightweights, says Kelly Close
Our fictionalised take on Nina Stibbe’s book tries to shine a light on the every day with wit, heart and visual flourish, says Jamie Laurenson
Convincing children that ‘old stuff ’ is worth watching is one thing; curbing contemporary slang on set is quite another, discovered David Collier
Key scenes finally clicked once we changed continent last-minute, says producer Richard Stokes - while director James Hawes battled to make a riot look real.
Capturing animals in flight in some of the world’s toughest locations required some unorthodox kit, says Simon Bell
Eddie Izzard’s Sport Relief challenge was an endurance test for the production team too, says executive producer Nick Catliff
Getting a commission turned out to be the easy bit - the real test was losing our location and having to build three new sets in a building with a leaky roof, says Stellify’s joint managing director Matthew Worthy
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
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