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Broadcast looks back at a year when Big Brother bowed out and women took on some iconic roles
“It’s not a PR job for the Foreign Office, but it’s not a hatchet job either. We examine how it all works without an agenda”
Executive producer Adam Tandy lifts the lid on the delicate staging of BBC Studios’ elaborate hoax
Flushing out the secrets of London’s sewers
Fishing for comedy talent in a deeper pond
Drama is on a high but how much is this success benefiting producers?
Capturing the chaos of Britain’s drugs problem
Turning zoo life into animal magic
Dial 999 for non-stop drama
Shooting an entire programme on smartphones
Perceptions of production music are changing as TV becomes increasingly international and licensing of commercial tracks gets more complicated.
‘This is about sustaining creativity’
Standing out from the digital crowd
The team reflect on its inauspicious start and the reasons for its longevity
Sleight of hand in the edit helped illustrate this extraordinary story
How the famous studios have been brought into the 21st century
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
The BBC has amassed an impressive roster of international co-producers for its latest natural history epic, which is a follow-up to its landmark 2006 series Planet Earth.
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.
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