Time for another slice of Toast: Objective Productions' BAFTA-nominated comedy returns to Channel 4. Our eponymous hero, Steven Toast (Matt Berry) is an eccentric actor living in the heart of Soho's theatre-land. With the misguided help of his inept agent Jane Plough and his eccentric flatmate Ed Howzer-Black, we watch Toast continue his desperate attempts to get the love, respect and fame he adamantly thinks he deserves.
Join us for a preview of ITV’s new four-part drama starring Andrew Buchan (Broadchurch, Garrow’s Law) as the humble baker Thomas Farriner. Inspired by the historical events of 1666 and with the decadent backdrop of King Charles II’s court, The Great Fire focuses on the circumstances which led to the catastrophic fire and will follow Thomas’ fabled involvement in it from his bakery in Pudding Lane.
BAFTA TV Question Time returns, giving you another chance to stimulate debate on key issues facing television broadcasting. Broadcaster Steve Hewlett (The Media Show, BBC Radio 4) will chair a panel of top TV commissioners, producers and talent who will debate some of the industry’s burning issues. He will be joined by New Statesman TV critic Rachel Cooke and Conservative MP John Whittingdale, the chairman of Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee which is currently holding an inquiry into the future of the BBC ahead of the Charter renewal in 2016. We want you to the shape the debate so please click here to submit your questions
for the panel in advance. If your question is selected, we will give you a free drink at the bar. Supported by Sargent-Disc