"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.”
Hosted once again by Darren Altman, and with questions coming from across all 15 regions and nations, come and join us to test your knowledge of all things telly and be thoroughly entertained. Compete as a team or as an individual, we don’t mind so long as you sign up here – and it’s free!
Hosted by Darren Altman — comedy impressionist, stand-up and Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist — the RTS invites you to test your knowledge of television from our nations and regions. RTS London, Midlands, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Yorkshire compete to see which committee can produce the most difficult questions! Are you up to the challenge? Whether playing as a team or individually, you don't want to miss this so book now and we will email you with the YouTube link.
This will be a safe facilitated space to ask the questions we might be nervous to ask and raise any of the concerns and questions we are all currently facing. It is a chance to enquire about the things we fear may be inappropriate and work out how we can improve and what we can put in place to ensure progress.
Things we will be considering include:
– How you can spread the net wide during recruitment
– Dos and Don’ts on set
– What is talent
– Language and terminology
– Culture and behaviour.