Television Magazine

December 2021/January 2022

Jon Snow, synonymous with Channel 4 News for decades, is leaving. Caitlin Danaher discovers what he...
Will BBC Three’s return to linear-TV stem its decline in audiences, asks Shilpa Ganatra.
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Steve Clarke shares his affection for a witty comedy that showered its characters with love.
Peter Bazalgette looks back on a year when we needed impartial, public service news more than ever...
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Emma Gormley is determined to bring some seasonal cheer to daytime audiences, despite the alarming...
Three experienced industry execs offered invaluable advice on networking – something many TV...
Esther Rantzen recalls the toe-curling sexism she endured before establishing herself as one of the...
The RTS hears how sport’s mixed TV economy is helping to drive record audiences to sports such as...
The arts are everywhere on TV. But is it a golden age? An RTS London debate sifted the evidence.
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While best known for his gonzo reporting on fringe figures and strange subcultures, the starting...
The Society has announced the recipients of its undergraduate bursaries for 2021.
The Tragedy of Macbeth (Credit: Apple TV+)
Alex Hassell stars as the villainous Vicious in the new Netflix sci-fi series Cowboy Bebop and Ross...
Julie Etchingham, twice named RTS Presenter of the Year, reveals the toughest politicians to...
Sir Phil Redmond (Credit: Colin Lane/Liverpool Echo)
Sir Phil Redmond celebrates the freewheeling, cage-rattling talent that gives his home city its...
Veteran journalist Peter Taylor explains why he believes that impartiality, accuracy, fairness and...
A nations and regions RTS event focuses on how every part of the industry is attempting to cut...
Steve Clarke hears how news coverage north of the border has been shaped by a tsunami of huge...
Production managers are in short supply, which made RTS Scotland’s November event on this critical...
Television distils a day of expert advice from leading TV practitioners at the RTS Craft Skills...
The RTS centre hosted an event on the future of television with Go See TV at Bristol’s Watershed in...
The RTS Futures Festival was back for a fifth year at M Shed in Bristol and attended by just under...
The RTS centre held a series of “Breaking into media” sessions throughout November, including two...
BBC One lockdown drama Staged, which starred David Tennant and Michael Sheen as bickering actors,...
The pen of Jimmy McGovern was responsible for three of the big winners at the RTS North West Awards...
An RTS Futures event at the end of November turned the spotlight on documentary film-making,...