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How Sony’s ‘all-star producing team’ created Philip K Dick’s imaginary worlds
Netflix drama scores 13 nominations
Endemol Shine boss issues call to arms
Six shows to air across BBC channels
Public broadcaster scores 18 trophies
Wins for The Crown, National Treasure Night Manager
Netflix drama shortlisted five times
Jane Root indie to produce 12-part baby doc
Awards presented in London on 23 April
Combined UK indie turnover is up 2% year on year, boosted by the deep pockets of the global digital players and the continuing popularity of big-budget drama.
Sector consolidation shows little sign of easing up as Banijay UK reports for the first time and owners and consolidators reveal either growth or stable revenues across the board
Sky’s Gary Davey, Channel 4’s Jay Hunt and a deep dive into Netflix’s content strategy.
Black Mirror executive producers Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones talk to Robin Parker about where they get their ideas, binge-watching – and what Netflix brings to the table.
The BBC is quietly reaffirming the relationships behind some of its biggest indie-produced shows, including Sherlock, Call The Midwife and The Apprentice, after losing The Great British Bake Off to Channel 4.
Netflix deal with Endemol Shine has really stung, says Kate Bulkley
Relations between Channel 4 and Endemol Shine Group (ESG) have hit a low after the broadcaster lost out to Netflix in the battle to premiere the third series of Black Mirror in the UK.
Wolf Hall is leading the pack in the hunt for a Bafta television award, but the academy has snubbed Catastrophe in its Scripted Comedy category.
Channel 4 has lost a bidding war with Netflix for the right to premiere the third series of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror in the UK.
In drawing on the energy and humanity of one individual, writer Peter Bowker and director Julian Farino concocted a one-of-a-kind drama to lift the spirits of even the most cynical viewer.
Weekly Wipe’s Philomena Cunk will provide a ‘comprehensive’ guide to the life and work of William Shakespeare in a 30-minute show for BBC2.
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