Production has begun on series 3 of the programme, in which fashion expert Gok Wan helps brides find their dream wedding dress. “We’ve got all sorts of [safety] protocols in place,” said Jo Haddock, development executive at programme-makers True North. “We’re hoping to make 10 episodes leading up to Christmas.”
RTS Yorkshire talks to executive producer Jo Haddock about Say Yes to the Dress Lancashire and how she and her colleagues at True North are navigating their way through the Covid crisis.
The Yorkshire Vet's Julian Norton talks about his encounters with all creatures great and small, including working with Daisybeck studios on an award-winning show.
Peter Wright, the Yorkshire Vet trained by James Herriott, talks about the things that do happen to a vet, including meeting fans in unexpected places. An insight into Daisybeck's award-winning series.
Presenter, writer, senior editor and producer Andrew White in conversation with RTS Yorkshire.
From rescuing people to rescuing cars, Matt Richards talks about Air TV's compelling series in conversation with RTS Yorkshire.
Candour Productions creative director Anna Hall was talking about making Channel 4 film A Day in the Life of Coronavirus Britain at an RTS Yorkshire webinar in early June.
The Leeds-based indie planned the doc in two and a half weeks – and shot and edited it in just three days.
It was a ‘fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants’ experience,” recalled Hall. “We had nine people shooting across the country and the biggest team ever of people sitting in their pyjamas at their kitchen tables producing.”
Candour Productions' Anna Hall talks about a day in the life of coronavirus Britain for RTS Yorkshire.
The main awards were shared around the region, with the University of Leeds winning the Comedy and Entertainment prize for Jinrun Han and David Oloko’s film Dad Joke Syndrome and the News category for Katya Fowler’s report on the dangers of consuming liquorice, It Takes All Sorts.
Leeds Art University took home the Animation prize for Filipa Santos, Cara Jeal and Haraldur Pétursson’s film Not Alone, while Sheffield Hallam University students Anastasia Shilovich, Amelia Blee and Peter Simison won the Drama award with Beneath My Skin.