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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.
Outgoing chair Elaine Bedell recalls her favourite moments and tells Chris Curtis why ITV’s revival strategy works
Clerkenwell Films’ chief executive talks about the indie’s eclectic project slate and working with fresh talent
The managing editor discusses increasing the number of women experts and leading the way on BAME representation.
The RTS chief executive talks to Robin Parker about overhauling the society’s education brief and nurturing the next generation of TV talent through its new bursary scheme
12 Yard’s managing director talks about keeping the indie spirit alive under ITV Studios
The South Bank Show presenter talks about revisiting his TV past, the freedom offered by Sky Arts - and the importance of broadcasters covering religion.
The in-house chiefs discuss creating an ‘indie-like atmosphere’, and challenging perceptions
The Britdoc boss on changing funding models and the directors with stories worth telling
The Films of Record founder shares the secret to making a good doc, and why TV is as good as ever
Discovery UK’s boss discusses how the broadcaster is moving beyond what people expect
ITV’s director of daytime is confident that Good Morning Britain can succeed where Daybreak failed
UKTV is looking to shift its focus to entertainment and improving its indie relationships
Content chiefs trumpet forthcoming channel as anything but niche
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