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Sky’s managing director of content talks to Chris Curtis about going head to head with US studios, losing Stuart Murphy, and his search for a pan-European scripted blockbuster
Sky 1’s new comedy and music spectacular Bring The Noise breaks with panel show tradition by taking inspiration for its set from concert arenas
Sky 1’s new comedy-drama about the final days of life on Earth is filmed close to its Slough setting, but this location also doubles as Tennessee and Washington, discovers Olly Hunt
Lenny Henry wanted to know why there are so few black British blues singers. The story we uncovered was far more colourful and complex than we ever imagined, says Chris Wilson
The super-rich aren’t very forthcoming about their lives, but their staff provided a fascinating insight into their world, says Remy Blumenfeld
Jed Mercurio’s drama would take the audience to places, and show them sights, they’d never seen before
The producers battled limited daylight, snow shortages and polar bears
Making a doc about people falling in love via gaming avatars meant keeping a very open mind
A star prepared to leave his vanity at the door and try anything on camera was a real boon
Ahead of the festival, two leading natural history producers discuss their latest work
Sky Living director reveals plans to defrock the channel of its fluffy image.
Recreating a brown and beige British 1960s pub culture a world away from Mad Men
A British crew helped to create a new twist on 24 that aims to be both fresh and reassuringly familiar, Robin Parker discovers.
The head of Sky News discusses his efforts to boost the number of female experts on screen
How news crews went mobile to cover the floods
Douglas Rae and director Mat Whitecross share the story of giving life to the James Bond creator
The Sky 1 controller wants a schedule to ‘quicken the pulses of viewers’
The scope and ambition of what we were attempting was frightening, says Sioned Wiliam
Sky Living’s move towards US and homegrown drama is paying dividends.
Yorkshire provided the perfect backdrop for a modern fantasy story grounded in reality, says Sally Wainwright
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