"CHANGING TIMES FOR THE BBC AND THE PSB"
Join RTS Scotland for this unique opportunity to hear from the creatives on a new programme about to spring onto our TV screens.
(Photo credit: BBC/Alan Peebles)
Elaine C Smith, star of the BBC primetime sitcom Two Doors Down will share the secrets of the programme’s network success at a special RTS Scotland Anatomy of a Hit session to be held at City of Glasgow College.
When Holiday of My Lifetime with Len Goodman won the daytime factual programme award at the last RTS Scotland Awards the judges praised the “excellent presenter and good reinvention of the holiday genre and celebrity biog…Brilliant casting of personalities, all of whom were very enthusiastic and obviously loved the experience… nice interweaving of social history with fun.”
Stephen O’Donnell, Chair
MINUTES OF THE AGM January 2020
Alistair Scott, Secretary
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The Union Club was set up in 1993 by ex-North Sea oil rigger Pete Cross and Chef Carolyn Dawson, and both are (for their sins) still at the helm of the Club today. Opening a private members club had been a long held dream for the duo, and they took the plunge after buying a dilapidated building at 50 Greek Street, Soho.
Get in the mince pies, mull that wine, and dust down your festive glad rags, as impressionist and standup comedian Darren Altman once again returns with another edition of the Royal Television Society's very own Big Telly Quiz. With questions all about TV past, present, and future, don't be a Scrooge. Join Darren and a host of celebrity guests as they test your knowledge of all things telly. Compete yourself or just watch along, either way, 'yule' be thoroughly entertained — and it’s free and fun for the whole family!
Fresh in the minds of many following the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow this November, the session will look at both the making of and the consumption of TV — from production level to the digital footprint from audiences.
Richard Parsons, COO of International Production, Sony Pictures Television