Michael Underwood speaks to the nominees from this year's RTS Programme Awards in partnership with Audio Network
The differences in pay received by men and women in television has been starkly revealed as television and production companies publish their gender pay data.
Our distinguished panel – including Harriet Harman, who introduced the legislation requiring gender pay data reporting - discussed what the figures show, the implications for companies and the sector more broadly, and what can and should be done to narrow the gender pay gap.
The team behind the hit natural history series discuss how they set about capturing the incredible footage from beneath the sea.
Watch highlights of the event, chaired by Torin Douglas, and featuring Blue Planet II's executive producer James Honeyborne, series producer Mark Brownlow and assistant producer Sarah Conner
Watch as the team behind Love Island reveal what it takes to make the summer smash.
Ria Hebden was joined on the panel by:
Angela Jain, Managing Director, ITV Studios Entertainment
Caroline Flack, TV presenter, Love Island and Love Island: After Sun
Kenny England, Senior Digital Producer, Love Island
Ella Umansky, Head of Format Support, ITV Studios
Tom Gould, Executive Producer, Love Island
It is one of the greatest dilemmas in popular telly – when to persist with a popular franchise, give it a lick of paint and some new talent, and when to mothball it, only to drag it out of the store cupboard, to enchant a whole new generation of TV viewers.
In recent years, we have seen such enduring favourites as Blind Date, Top Gear, Dancing on Ice and Robot Wars revamped and returned, with the aim of recapturing loyal audiences and attracting new ones.
Police drama Line of Duty was the latest TV show to get the RTS Anatomy of a Hit treatment.
Chair Anne Robinson was joined on the panel by:
Jed Mercurio, Creator, writer, director, Executive Producer
Adrian Dunbar, Actor (Superintendent Ted Hastings)
Simon Heath, Executive Producer
Priscilla Parish, Script Executive
Anne Robinson, Chair
In the inaugural Steve Hewlett Memorial Lecture, BBC broadcaster Nick Robinson explains how and why the media must work harder to regain the public's trust in news.
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Long term success is built by mobilising and engaging the very best talent both on and off screen. Whilst progress has been made on diversity, issues such as class, social mobility and the under-representation of some viewpoints are now rising up the agenda. With the contribution of some young people trying to take their first steps into broadcasting, the panellists debate the issues and the solutions in this important area.
Tim Hincks, co-CEO of Expectation Entertainment, chairs a panel including:
Greg Dyke, broadcaster and former BBC Director-General