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John Plunkett reflects on some of the highlights from our recent Breakfast with Specialist Factual Commissioners, where commissioners from a range of broadcasters explained their commissioning strategies and talked through the opportunities for producers.
The skills gaps created by the prodigious amounts of drama being made in the UK have sparked a new urgency for broadcasters and producers to bring on the next generation of talent. In drama and across genres, TV’s experienced hands have woken up to the increased need to share their expertise. Televisual's Pippa Considine reports.
From producing Vines to a YouTube mockumentary, acquiring a BBC commission and becoming a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit all in just over a year. Kayode Ewumi shares his impressive 18 months with BAFTA’s Mariayah Kaderbhai.
On 26 October, the production team behind the BAFTA-winning series discussed how to create a winning formula for entertainment programming, and the challenges in maintaining the popularity of such a long running programme.
We asked the chair of the panel, Boyd Hilton, to share some of his highlights of the evening.