Television Magazine

Television magazine November 2018

November 2018

Rosie Jones on stage at the Funny Women Awards 2016 (Credit: Funny Women Ltd.)
Rosie Jones on the fine art of procrastination, as she ignores pressing deadlines to hone gags
This Morning's 30th anniversary episode saw the show's biggest audience for nine years (Credit: ITV)
Disdained by those who don’t watch it, Lisa Campbell discovers that the genre is booming.
Riviera (Credit: Sky)
Mathew Horsman analyses the impact of Comcast’s recent £30bn purchase of the European pay-TV...
Tom Pearson, participant in The Mighty Redcar (Credit: BBC)
Graeme Thompson salutes The Mighty Redcar and learns about the challenge of building relationships...
Charlotte Crosby (Credit: MTV)
Matthew Bell hears how Geordie Shore, a flagship show for MTV since 2011, reflects the vibrancy of...
Three Girls, written by Nicole Taylor (Credit: BBC)
The BBC’s Charlotte Moore explains why trusted British voices are more important than ever. Steve...
From left: Kate Bulkley, John Litster, Matt Hill, Rich Astley, Sarah Rose and Justin Sampson. Inset: The Little Drummer Girl (Credit: Paul Hampartsoumian/Shutterstock/BBC)
Matthew Bell grapples with the complexities of measuring TV viewing across a multi-device landscape...
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie
Lucy Lumsden revels in Jon Plowman’s new book, an engaging mix of memoir and manual.
Caroline Frost, Andrea Nevins and Kim Culmore (Credit: Paul Hampartsoumian)
Oscar-nominated documentary-maker Andrea Nevins reveals the hidden dramas behind an international...