Series two offers six new episodes of the “will they, won’t they” drama, in which Welsh cop Miranda Blake (Elen Rhys) and German colleague Max Winter (Julian Looman) spar and solve crime on the Spanish island.
The cast and crew of The Mallorca Files discuss the making of the upcoming second series at a Q&A event.
Martin Freeman, Simon Blackwell, Daisy Haggard and Chris Addison discuss the making of Sky's original comedy series Breeders.
Breeders is produced by Avalon and FX Productions for FX Networks and Sky Originals. The online RTS panel event was chaired by Edith Bowman.
The dream occurred five or six years ago. “I knew I’d gone through this many times in real life. I was going up the stairs to shout at my children,” he recalls.
“With each step I was talking myself down ‘You know you’re better than this and they won’t respond positively.’
“I thought I’d got the better of my temper before I opened the children’s bedroom door, but I opened the door and exploded.”
Comedy is hard graft. But comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan made light work of an RTS session that turned the spotlight on the pair’s hilarious Sky One entertainment documentary series, Rob and Romesh Vs.
In the series the likely lads gamely take on unfamiliar worlds and situations. It could be basketball or more unlikely still, ballet.
They even underwent the agonies of colonic irrigation for the benefit of the cameras – an experience Ranganathan told the RTS he still regrets – while in LA getting the lowdown on the NBA.
RTS Thames Valley goes behind the scenes of the iconic and historic TV outside broadcast, Christmas Carols from Kings, with the production team including TV Director Ian Russell, Lighting Director Bernie Davis and Head of OB Operations Peter Taylor, in conversation with Tim Marshall.
As this RTS exploration of powerful moments in TV political interviews unfolded, it quickly became clear just how extraordinary 2020 has been, even in an era of jaw-dropping statements from politicians and startling TV encounters.
ITV News’ Tom Bradby joins John Whittingdale MP, broadcaster, journalist and political commentator Ayesha Hazarika and writer and director Jed Mercurio (Line of Duty, Bodyguard) to discuss their top political moments across the decades
John Whittingdale, MP, Minister of State for Media and Data, speaking at an RTS event said that in the 1980s ITV’s Brian Walden would devote all his hour-long programme to a set-piece interview with a senior politician.
“Several times I helped Margaret Thatcher prepare for a Walden interview,” he recalled. “We don’t have that in-depth interview any longer.