Welcome to our lockdown events and podcasts.
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And to enable you to experience again some of the recent RTS London events, we have created podcast versions of them for you to enjoy on demand.
At launch there are five podcasts: David Abraham talking with Chris Curtis at the Christmas Lecture; a production focus with the team behind the award-winning ITV2 sitcom Timewasters; our careers examination of How to Get Ahead in Animation; a fascinating look into The Future of TV; and — available for the first time — The Future of BBC: Notes for the Next DG chaired by Roger Bolton with Patrick Barwise, David Elstein and Alice Enders.
We’ll be adding more in the coming weeks, and you can find the RTS London Podcast by simply searching for ‘RTS London Podcast’ on your favourite podcast app.
RTS London is run by members of the Royal Television Society who organise activities in and around the capital for anyone who works or is interested in television.
London is at the very heart of British television, and is home to the headquarters of national broadcasters, international news bureaux and over 200 independent production companies.
Broadcasters and production companies are also supported by a growing number of facilities houses, as well as legal and consultancy firms who ensure that creativity can reach the screens reliably now and in the future.
RTS London taps into the city's vibrant broadcasting industry, with a programme of regular public events, usually held fortnightly during spring and autumn.
Most events are free and cover key issues in the creativity, technology and business of television.
For more information, email the London Centre.