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102 videos featuring
TV Sold to the Highest Bidder
18 Nov 2009
As part of our Radical TV Drama season, Raymond Snoddy chairs a panel of guests working in broadcasting at the time of Thatcher’s television revolution
Scum + Q&A
13 Nov 2009
Following a screening of their devastating borstal critique, Scum, producer Margaret Matheson and writer Roy Minton take part in an onstage Q & A.
Marcus Prince on Radical TV Drama
9 Nov 2009
BFI TV Programmer Marcus Prince, discusses the upcoming Radical TV Drama Season.
Murderland + Q&A
6 Oct 2009
Following a preview screening of ITV’s new three-part drama, Murderland, its creative team took to the stage in a discussion chaired by author of the Tom Thorne thrillers, Mark Billingham.
360 TV & Multi-Platform Production
1 Oct 2009
The first of two events looking at future trends in TV production.
Online-Only TV and the Democratisation of TV Production
1 Oct 2009
The second of two events looking at future trends in TV production.
Merlin + Q&A
5 Sep 2009
Following a Season 2 preview of hit programme Merlin, its creative team took to the NFT1 stage to answer audience questions.
Rat In the Skull + Q&A
11 Aug 2009
Legendary theatre director Max Stafford-Clark takes to the BFI Southbank stage to discuss his work for both theatre and television.
Torchwood: Children of Earth Preview + Q&A
11 Jun 2009
The Times critic Caitlin Moran hosts a special screening of Torchwood: Children of Earth, and conducts a panel discussion with its cast and creators.
Psychoville + In Conversation
26 May 2009
The cast and crew from BBC hit series Psychoville take to the stage after a nail-biting two-episode preview.
Armando Iannucci In Conversation
8 May 2009
Director Armando Iannucci speaks about his newest film In The Loop, one of the most incisive British comedies of 2009.
An Englishman In New York + Q&A
26 Mar 2009
John Hurt reprises the role of Quentin Crisp in the long-awaited follow-up to The Naked Civil Servant, which premiered at the 2009 London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
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