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The tropical setting of the Cook Islands and legends surrounding Maori culture inspired BBC3’s new drama about two backpackers caught up in a mystery.
The managing director on how a collaborative culture is delivering cross-genre shows and why she is excited by Endemol’s merger with Shine
When we started filming a group of four year-olds, we had no idea what it would teach us, says Teresa Watkins.
Plying comic actors with booze? What can possibly go wrong, wonders Robin Parker
Dave’s storytelling series use a multi-purpose location to create new worlds on a budget
Utopia flashes back to the 1970s for series two’s opener. Olly Grant reports from behind the scenes
As C4’s survivalist adventure draws to a close, two of the castaway crew talk about life in front of the camera
With real flames, massive explosions and water everywhere, the safety of cast and crew were our main concern
The key was the positioning of the fixed rig - and avoiding hippos, says Sarah Peat
Epic, cinematic and set in the criminal underworld of ’20s Birmingham, Peaky Blinders takes period drama to a new place
From All3Media to Zig Zag, a growing number of UK indies are finding success in the US. Peter White and Balihar Khalsa ask them what it takes to get a show off the ground
Zig Zag’s chiefs tell Alex Farberhow they are fighting to change perceptions of the indie, and about their plans for overseas expansion following the buy-back from France’s Banijay
Globetrotting gameshows are among the must-see properties on La Croisette this year.
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