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Here we bring you an array of features produced from BAFTA's programme of television activity, championing excellence in television craft and debating key issues in the industry. Explore the array of filmed, written and audio recorded content, created with the aim of providing you with access to the very best talent in TV.

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British Academy Television Awards in 2011

British Academy Television Awards in 2011

British Academy Television Awards in 2011

Latest Television Features...

Jon Hamm: In Conversation

19 March 2012

Mad Men star Jon Hamm discusses landing the role of Don Draper in the phenomenally popular TV series as well moving his career into the film world.

My BBC in Ten Years’ Time: Debate

8 March 2012

As the BBC asks the public to respond to its plans to cut £670 million from its annual budget, we ask some leading industry voices to outline the BBC they think would serve Britain best.

Danny Cohen

Meet the Commissioners

23 January 2012

Every TV ideas person wants to know how to get their programme commissioned. Get advice from the top of the chain in this series of interviews with the UK's leading commissioners.

Steve Coogan & Rob Brydon discuss their roles in BAFTA-winning comedy The Trip

Steve Coogan & Rob Brydon: In Conversation

9 January 2012

In the second video from Latitude 2011, filmmaker and Comic Relief founder Richard Curtis (Love Actually, Bridget Jones's Diary) interviews The Trip's co-stars and its producer Andrew Eaton.


Misfits: In Conversation

9 January 2012

The cast of E4's TV show Misfits (plus its Executive Producer Petra Fried) talk to host Gemma Cairney in a packed Film and Music Arena tent.

Breaking the Rules with Tony Garnett.

Tony Garnett: In Conversation

3 January 2012

Watch the BAFTA Guru video of the producer of Kes, Cathy Come Home and This Life share his thoughts on the future of creativity in film and television.