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Unless the campaign for tax credits bears fruit, drama producers will have to keep finding creative ways of piecing together budgets.
Origin Pictures is working on a The Wire-style crime drama set in Manchester and an adaptation of a PD James novel as part of trio of paid developments for the BBC
BBC2 drama The Crimson Petal and the White has been sold into the US by FremantleMedia Enterprises.
The shortlist has been revealed for all 20 categories of the Broadcast Awards 2012, which take place in February.
The Crimson Petal and The White dominated last night’s RTS Craft and Design Awards.
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has announced the shortlist for its annual Craft and Design Awards.
The writer of BBC1’s Hidden and C4’s Top Boy tells Chris Curtis why he’s uncomfortable taking creative control and likes to keep people guessing both on and off screen.
Camden Creative’s Robert Elliott and Testimony Films’ Steve Humphries on ghetto kids, a hard man and Shirley Bassey.
Dene Films’s Claire Storey and Mentorm Media’s Steve Anderson on Seedy London, sex pests and brass bands.
Ashes to Ashes star Philip Glenister is to explore another side of the law - by playing a solicitor in a new BBC drama.
Ahead of next month’s MipTV, the FME boss is sitting on a wealth of hit brands, from X Factor to The Apprentice, and it’s all thanks to the distributor’s global reach, he tells Michael Rosser.
Michael Faber’s sensuous novel spared nothing in bringing 19th-century London to life. Robin Parker meets the creative team who translated his vision into a vivid TV drama.
FremantleMedia Enterprises is to launch three major BBC dramas to the international market at MipTV in April.
The annual Conch Awards this week celebrated the best in audio across film and TV. Adrian Pennington asked judges, winners and nominees about the secrets of good sound design.
Richard E Grant, Romola Garai and Gillian Anderson are to star in forthcoming BBC2 drama, The Crimson Petal the White .
Trade bodies Directors UK and the Film Distributors’ Association have joined the chorus of criticism for the government’s “catastrophic” decision to axe the Film Council, which appears to have come out of the blue.
Doctor Who star Matt Smith is to play Christopher Isherwood in a 90-minute film for BBC2 charting the writer’s formative years.
A Short Stay in Switzerland
BBC drama Desperate Romantics is to be aired to audiences in Australia as part of a raft of sales down under.
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