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Doctor Who’s lead writer and producer, and BBC Wales head of drama discuss the next chapter
Hollyoaks must stay true to its young audience by taking risks on often uncomfortable storylines
The show’s exec producers and US commissioner on taking a gamble live in primetime
The programming director discusses refreshing the network’s presenting team
The media landscape is changing minute by minute in the digital age.
Citizen Khan talks about creating mainstream comedy, breaking Asian talent - and learning his craft on stage
The Radio 5 Live boss has stamped his vision on the service with an alternative view of sport and current affairs.
Ahead of the launch of his Sky 1 series, the star discusses crying, dying and Derek
The pair discuss branching out into comedy and putting innovation at the heart of all they do
On his latest doc, the filmmaker watched another journalist become the story - with troubling results
ITVS execs have mined history to create internationally attractive period dramas
The creator of the US crime drama on how it turned from near-flop to phenomenon
From Latin America to Asia Pacific, via the UK, Julian Bellamy’s global content push is gathering pace.
YouView’s boss on overcoming the hurdles to launch, dealing with tricky shareholders and the next steps
The pair discuss cracking different genres and the benefits of having creatives in charge.
The chief executive on restoring the business to profitability and regaining its swagger.
The king of live TV on ‘punching through the glass ceiling’ and the wrong side of Russell Crowe.
Robin Parker speaks to Eleven Film’s co-founders about wooing the international market with EOne, shifting their focus to scripted - and the difficulty of devising a returnable format
The Deal Or No Deal host’s entire television and radio career has been about inviting the public to take part, often in innovative ways. Now he wants to crack digital, he tells Ben Dowell
Channel 4’s new head of features has been shaking things up with 22 new shows at 8pm. She tells Balihar Khalsa about ‘narrative heroes’ - and why humour matters.
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