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Mammoth Screen’s husband-and-wife team begged Kevin Lygo to avoid a Victoria-Poldark clash - but both shows have become Sunday night winners, they tell Robin Parker
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.
Finding six courageous couples willing to risk missing their own wedding was hard enough, but the friends they took with them had to be dynamite on camera too, says Sarah Veevers
We had experts from Spectre and Top Gear on hand to train up our dogs - and 40,000 sausages, says Caroline Hawkins
It may be known as the most dangerous show on the television, but there are some risks even The Jump won’t take.
As if filming at -20°C wasn’t challenging enough, we had to grapple with reindeer and hand-held filming on a bumpy sleigh, says Luke Korzun Martin
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
The fixed-rig pioneers talk to Chris Curtis about implementing a growth strategy while holding on to their core creative principles, life under ITV, and taking a ‘box-set approach’ to factual
With the help of Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr, we wanted to show that people with disabilities have the talent, ambition and will to succeed in the workplace, says series producer Sam Grace
Fresh from welcoming Mammoth Screen and Twofour Group into the ITV Studios family, Julian Bellamy talks to Matthew Campelli about building a creative powerhouse - and the importance of getting the chemistry right
We ditched the fixed rig for our bank doc when we realised where the real action was, says Zac Beattie
BBC1’s adaption seeks to do justice to the books of Winston Graham and the elemental passion of the Cornish landscape
A series that tells us something about a generation of young men, not just their military training
Recreating a brown and beige British 1960s pub culture a world away from Mad Men
Dramatising Lord Lucan’s story was a tall order, says Adrian Shergold
Alice Mayhall on filming at the Maudsley Hospital for The Garden Productions
ITVS execs have mined history to create internationally attractive period dramas
Grace Reynolds on being warm and witty while making important points about education
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