Meet the nominees: ITV Calendar's Duncan Wood

“I’d been at my dad’s paper since I could walk,” ITV Calendar’s Duncan Wood recalls. “I was smelling the ink, seeing the presses rolling…”

It’s a nostalgic image, and one that drove Wood into journalism.

After flunking both his O-Levels and A-Levels, he got a job at his dad’s paper, the Sunderland Echo.

“My dad hated journalists,” he laughs. “He went from office boy to Managing Director. He hated them with a passion.”

Tim Hartley in Conversation with Clive Myrie, BBC News

Clive Myrie is one of the BBC’s most experienced foreign correspondents.  He came to the ATRiuM building of the University of South Wales on the 16th February to join The Royal Television Society for an evening of discussion.

Tim Hartley, Chair of The Royal Television Society Cymru, steered the discussion with a crowd of student journalists, professionals and Clive Myrie fans.

Firstly, how did Clive get in to journalism – and what inspired him?

Nominations announced for RTS Television Journalism Awards 2017

CNN International, Sky News and BBC News are in the mix to fight it out to be named News Channel of the Year, whilst Murder of Jo Cox (ITV), the Brussels Terror Attack (Sky News) and Battle for Mosul - 48 Hours (CNN International) will battle it out for the Breaking News Award.

Victoria Derbyshire has already secured a nomination for Daily News Programme, but she is also up for Network Presenter of the Year, which is the second year in a row that she's been nominated.

David Walliams and Rochelle Humes join the Teletubbies

Rochelle Humes Teletubbies

One of CBeebies' most iconic children's shows, Teletubbies, has added Humes and Walliams to their voice cast to appear in a new series this spring.

It has been 20 years since Teletubbies first appeared on our television screens and it continues delight its young audience. The latest series will feature a new area of Teletubbyland called the Hidey Hup, a different way of getting around in a new ‘honk honk’ Tubby Car and a new signature song for the Tiddlytubbies.

New Channel 4 thriller Born to Kill has begun filming

Born to Kill is the first commission for female writing duo Tracey Malone (who also wrote BBC One's Rillington Place) and BIFA-nominated actress Kate Ashfield.

This series stars Romola Garai (who starred in Atonement and Suffragette) and Daniel Mays (Made in Dagenham) as the single parents of two out-of-control teens.

Channel 4's thriller is a look into the mind of Sam (played by Jack Rowan) who’s on the verge of acting out hidden psychopathic desires. The past comes back to haunt everyone and years of deceit escape from the woodwork.