Politics

Save Elstree!

17 Oct 2010

Roddy Buxton on the song and dance campaign to save ATV and Elstree studios

The end of the Border line

9 Sep 2010

Colm O’Rourke reflects on the life and death of Border Television

The rise and fall of Lenton Lane

17 Aug 2010

How Lenton Lane, Central’s studios in Nottingham, went from nothing to something and back to nothing – by someone who was there.

Gone but never forgotten

19 Mar 2009

Simon Luxton on the end of regional names on ITV1

The Problem with ITV – Episode 296

23 Sep 2008

How important to ITV is Channel 3?

Catalogue of Woe

20 Jul 2008

BBC catalogue off the air

Future-proofing the BBC

22 Jun 2008

TV must change with the times

Bye-bye Border?

8 Apr 2008

The end for ITV’s smallest region?

Blair’s Broadcasting Legacy

12 May 2007

Looking back on the outgoing PM’s impact

Still a place for quality TV

2 Sep 2006

ITV1’s decline and the future of TV as we know it.

Regionalism: A spent force?

31 Mar 2006

Regional federalism was the foundation of ITV. Should we mourn its passing? Maybe not.

On Message

15 Apr 2005

Politics, elections and the media

Safe in their hands

15 Apr 2005

Who will keep the BBC running?

Before Hutton

1 Dec 2004

Patrick Delaney recalls the precedent of the Hutton Report

Whither ITV?

1 Nov 2004

Andrew Bowden sees a post-analogue future

You can’t touch me, I’m part of the union

1 Jun 2004

Glenn Aylett on industrial relations in broadcasting

A Call To Arms

1 Jan 2004

Russ J Graham writes an open letter to the Welsh Assembly

Big Brother’s Bigger Brother

7 Oct 2003

Russ J Graham on those who have been kicked out of ITV

Public private partnership

29 Jun 2003

What is a ‘public service broadcaster’?

Deja vu down under

1 Jun 2003

Danny J Palmer on the parallels between Australia and the UK

Pay Per View

26 Apr 2003

The loss of a public funded BBC would be a tragedy, says Kif Bowden-Smith

Perforated Television

25 Apr 2003

The main fault with modern television has to be Londoncentricity, says Russ J Graham

Into the firing line

18 Mar 2003

Broadcasters are under the closest scrutiny they have been under in years

Say hello, wave goodbye

1 Feb 2003

James Barrington is shocked at the end of LWT

Catch the penny

1 Jan 2003

But Ian Beaumont thinks the broadcasters are missing the pound

Giving up television

1 Jan 2003

Russ J Graham doesn’t watch here anymore

Undoing the inevitable

1 Jan 2003

Carl Ellis wants to unpick the Carlton-Granada tie-up

Love/hate five

1 Jan 2003

David Hastings isn’t sure about Channel Five

A history of presentation

1 Jan 2003

A woman’s view on a women’s world

A merger too far

1 Jan 2003

One ITV multiplies the business risks, says Ian Beaumont

The world has changed

1 Jan 2003

Capitalism and ruralism are now the norm

Devolution

1 Dec 2002

ITV will soon be effectively unregulated says Andrew Bowden

Watching London

1 Nov 2002

David Brockman watches the fall, rise and fall of LWT

Five wins

1 Oct 2002

Andrew Bowden on the resurgent Channel Five

24 hours too many

1 Jun 2002

Ian Beaumont says 24 hour television is a waste of time

Blank cheque

1 Jun 2002

Malcolm Smith on different ways to police the licence fee

Know future

1 Jun 2002

Stephen Hopkins on the mess ITV has made for itself

Major Merger

1 Jun 2002

James Barrington rues a single English ITV

Monkey business

1 Jun 2002

David Hastings writes on the depressing future for ITV1

Roswell mystery

1 Jun 2002

Carl Ellis on the use and abuse of imported programmes

Government by spin

1 Mar 2002

Kirk Northrop reports on Michael Brunson’s views of spin

All together now

1 Jan 2002

It’s time for radical change at ITV, says Andrew Bowden

Rewriting history

1 Sep 2001

Russ J Graham on the broadcasters’ greatest flaw

A good breakfast

1 Sep 2001

David Hastings looks at the launch of breakfast television

Crisis weekend television

1 Sep 2001

Dafydd Hancock sees LWT fall at the first hurdle