Television Magazine

May 2020

Steve Clarke hears how Midton Acrylics has switched from making RTS awards to protective visors for...
Screenwriter Dan Sefton deals with bereavement and attempted suicide when he puts his pen to one...
Tanya Moodie, the winner of the RTS Breakthrough Award for her role in Motherland, is taking...
Matthew Bell on why Del Boy and Rodney are a comedic match made in heaven
If you’re running out of questions for your next Zoom quiz or the conversation is running a little...
Jodie Comer in Killing Eve (Credit: BBC)
Foley artist Ruth Sullivan has been adding sound to TV programmes for more than two decades, most...
Anne Dawson learns how RTS bursary students have been coping during the crisis
Joe Lycett is filling peak-time slots on BBC One and Channel 4. Roz Laws checks out the upward...
Channel 5’s Ben Frow tells Steve Clarke why lockdown is tailor-made for the broadcaster
Maggie Brown assesses the BBC’s ‘biggest educational push in its history’
Dr Charlie Easmon, a specialist in public health, assesses how the stars of fictionalised pandemics...
ITV News chief Rachel Corp takes Shilpa Ganatra through her working day
An all-star cast leads Sky Atlantic’s new action thriller, Gangs of London. Steve Clarke dodges the...
Broadcasters are thinking laterally to fill the chasm left by Covid-19’s damage to the sporting...
Phil Henfrey describes how ITV Cymru Wales’s focused approach to covering the crisis has paid off
Matthew Bell learns how Waddell Media is riding out the coronavirus storm
Matthew Bell discovers how making quick turnaround shows is helping Glasgow indie Red Sky to keep...
Russell T Davies warned of the severe problems TV faces in the wake of the coronavirus crisis: “...