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Seasoned documentary-maker Sean McAllister talks to George Bevir about filming during the Arab Spring, and why commissioning editors should reject the urge to play it safe
It’s been a busy time for Ricochet since Jo Ball became chief exec last year, with Katy Thorogood joining Simon Knight to help expand the indie’s slate. Hannah Gannagé-Stewart meets the trio
RDF Television’s managing director Jim Allen talks to Peter White about reviving the indie after Queengate and shouting about its entertainment credentials via a new label
Sony’s Wayne Garvie talks to Peter White about the US company’s desire to find the next Millionaire, boosting scripted in the UK and the dangers of messing with terms of trade
Rhodes tells Peter White about the outrageous characters who attended the market and how much has changed over 30 years
The Killing creator Søren Sveistrup tells Peter White about the indie he has set up with Borgen creator Adam Price and its ambitions to produce scripted series for an international market
Bafta LA’s first chief executive talks to Maggie Brown about her latest challenge
Morgan Matthews talks about his first feature film X+Y and the future for expanding UK production outfit Minnow Films
C5 director of programmes talks about changing perceptions of the channel and what he plans to do with the bigger budget provided by Viacom
The managing director on how a collaborative culture is delivering cross-genre shows and why she is excited by Endemol’s merger with Shine
Creative director of the Benefits Street indie Richard McKerrow tells Chris Curtis why it is not afraid to tackle controversial subjects
The writers and stars of Channel 4’s sitcom Catastrophe talk to Paul Whitelaw about their transatlantic partnership
Controller Kim Shillinglaw inherited a channel in rude health, but she is looking for revealing new filming techniques and shows that are young at heart
Writer Russell T Davies tells Robin Parker about mixing grit and gloss in his return to the Manchester gay scene.
The managing directors talk about the power of social media and winning the Best British Soap Award
Matthews talks about finding the sweet spot between docs and current affairs in Unreported World
Ahead of the launch of his latest Channel 4 series, the Turner Prize-winning artist reveals how he makes TV docs and the Swan Films co-founders discuss their wider ambitions.
Following a period of rapid growth, October Films is at a key stage in its development
The veteran journalist talks about returning to Northern Ireland and the future of current affairs programming
Sky Living director reveals plans to defrock the channel of its fluffy image.
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