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ITV’s director of daytime is confident that Good Morning Britain can succeed where Daybreak failed
Tom Sherry explains how a brilliant script forced Red to reinvent the production process
This animated tale of football obsession is British through and through, says Tim Searle
Mark Saben explains the reasons for ditching the rig for the ITV doc
British murder drama meets Nordic noir in next month’s 100th-episode special
Dramatising Lord Lucan’s story was a tall order, says Adrian Shergold
We had to be quick and persuasive to get the best footage and contributors, says Sue Summers
ITVS execs have mined history to create internationally attractive period dramas
Landmark Films tracks four women police officers at work and play.
The chief executive on restoring the business to profitability and regaining its swagger.
Almost 20 years after his death, ITV is bringing Les Dawson back to TV for An Audience With That Never Was. Olly Grant reports on the technical wizardry that made it possible
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.
I’d wanted to write a big ensemble piece for 10 years, but inspiration finally came on a walk along the cliffs near my home, says Chris Chibnall
Making six series at once was already a massive challenge - but then our lasers broke down and things got even tougher, says Dylan Wyn Davies
In two years, ITNP has grown into a formidable production division, thanks to a content strategy built around its news heritage. What’s next on the agenda, asks Jake Kanter
Erin Kelly’s novel hooked me instantly, but we had to make dramatic changes to characters and plot to turn it into thrilling TV, says Emilia di Girolamo
Channel 4 and ITV’s road maps to high-definition Freeview look to have gone off course. Is it just a bump in the road or will their plans crash and burn?
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