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Rebooting the format a decade on allowed the use of much more powerful software
With a slew of spin-off-spawning franchises, a healthy non-scripted order book and a fledgling drama division, Studio Lambert is on a high. So what’s next for the indie? asks Peter White
Broadcasters and indie chiefs gathered at the Media Summit to discuss issues such as the rise of SVoD services Netflix and Amazon - and what the future holds for the genre
Guy’s death-defying attempt at breaking a world record live on air had to be put on hold when our fearless star almost killed himself in a motorbike accident, says Ewan Keil
Following a record-breaking 2014, this year was dominated by ITV and All3Media’s further landgrabs. All eyes are now on 2016 for real structural change, reports Neil Midgley
Twelve days moving through the Costa Rican jungle with eight celebrities, a crew of 60 and Bear Grylls.
From the sales of All3Media and Channel 5 to the merger of Shine, Endemol and Core, deals worth a record £3.5bn were completed in 2014.
Catherine Catton discusses adapting a high-energy US format without shortchanging fans of the original
The managing directors talk about the power of social media and winning the Best British Soap Award
Making a live-action drama for teens to be shown around the world was a real eye-opener
It’s glass half full, glass half empty at the UK’s studios as tax rebates put a squeeze on space
William Jessop follows the Blue Apple theatre company as it performs Hamlet
British murder drama meets Nordic noir in next month’s 100th-episode special
In the studios sector, 2013 was all about space – the demand for it, the lack of it and how to build more of it.
Hollyoaks must stay true to its young audience by taking risks on often uncomfortable storylines
The show’s exec producers and US commissioner on taking a gamble live in primetime
Andy Devonshire on taking direction from Twitter
A lack of capacity is forcing co-productions into post-industrial spaces or overseas
The pair discuss branching out into comedy and putting innovation at the heart of all they do
Our exploration of gay rights around the world uncovered heartbreaking stories, says Fergus O’Brien
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