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Making a splash in the world of TV gameshows
Exec Sue Summers on turning a lack of royal access to her advantage
Flying blind with trainee crew
The story behind the headlines
Weighing up Kevin Lygo’s scheduling gamble
Putting women at the heart of the story
Having finally won the commission after seven years of trying, dive-bombing seagulls and disruptive jet-skiers were just some of the challenges we faced, say Polly Leys and Kate Norrish
To gain access to a tough US prison, we gambled with telling some stark truths about our intentions, says Lee Phillips.
The Bridge creator Hans Rosenfeldt has brought Scandinavian rhythms to our ‘London noir’, says Nicola Larder
What could make two pillars of the community – a well-respected dentist and a Sunday school teacher – ditch their normal lives to become cold-blooded killers? That’s the question posed by Hat Trick’s three-part drama for ITV, The Secret.
It seems unfair that Queen Victoria has become cemented in 21st century minds as the double-chinned, cranky looking sourpuss depicted in pictures of the time.
The meteoric rise of dark Scandinavian dramas including The Killing and Borgen paved the way for Swedish writer Hans Rosenfeldt to create global smash The Bridge in 2013.
For ITV’s new Maigret adaptation, Ealing Studios recreated 1950s Paris in Budapest. Olly Grant met the cast and crew on set.
We had to wait 18 months for a whale to wash up on our shores, says Sarah Cunliffe. Then the sharks turned up…
ITV’s one-off drama reveals a hidden, vulnerable side to Britain’s WWII leader as he copes with family tragedy and encroaching old age.
A treasure trove of archive interviews was the key to unlocking our Hitler doc. The next step was to rebuild his bunker, says Sue Summers
Despite creative highs from Downton Abbey to Exposure’s Jimmy Savile doc, Peter Fincham couldn’t stem ITV’s ratings decline, says Stephen Price
The producers of ITV’s take on the Anglo-Saxon epic tell Olly Grant how they created a fantasy universe from scratch and made an ancient saga work for a modern audience
ITV’s live broadcast of the classic musical won’t shy away from drawing political parallels with today’s global crises, discovers Emily Norval
Downton Abbey gave a huge boost to ITV’s Sunday night and Christmas Day ratings. Stephen Price assesses the period drama’s impact, and how the schedules will shape up now
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