Television Magazine

May 2019

Jon Snow (Kit Harington) & Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) (Credit: Sky/HBO)
Graeme Thompson takes a tour of Game of Thrones locations in Northern Ireland – and becomes...
Scene from Our Planet (Credit: Hector Skevington-Postles/Jamie McPherson / Silverback/Netflix)
Netflix’s first natural history series, narrated by David Attenborough, impresses Steve Clarke
Suranne Jones as Anne Lister and Sally Wainwright (Credit: BBC/Lookout Point/Matt Squire)
Sally Wainwright persuades Caroline Frost that Gentleman Jack is a zeitgeist heroine
Steve Clarke learns how the documentary’s social media campaign aims to change hearts and minds
Russell T Davies tells Ben Dowell how he was inspired to write his near-future dystopian drama,...
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Stewart Purvis welcomes the recent white paper on online harm but warns of unintended consequences
Beth Rigby (Credit: Ali Painter/Sky)
Andrew Billen meets Sky’s new political editor, Beth Rigby, whose demotic style is lighting up...
Kieran Doherty (Credit: Stellify Media)
Our Friend in Belfast: A-list movie stars drink in the city’s bars and its content sector is...
W show Emma Willis: Delivering Babies (Credit: UKTV)
Tara Conlan asks who is likely to gain most from the BBC’s record-breaking purchase of Discovery’s...
Stefan Golaszewski (Credit: RTS/Richard Kendal)
Steve Clarke discovers unexpected literary influences on the award-winning comedies of writer...
Joshua (Samson Kayo) and Ricky (Theo Barklem-Biggs) in Sliced (Credit: UKTV)
Matthew Bell enjoys a piece of Sliced, Dave’s new pizza-delivery sitcom, at an RTS Futures event
Dorothy Byrne (Credit: Channel 4)
Blunt and entertaining, Dorothy Byrne is clear that more diversity is the key to outstanding...
Waybuloo (Credit: BBC/The Foundation, part of the RDF Media Group)
A new fund, aimed at reinvigorating kids’ TV, launched in April. Maggie Brown investigates