Articles by Carl Ellis

Future-proofing the BBC

Published 22 June 2008

TV must change with the times

Playing away

Published 9 March 2008

Premier League goes international?

Lew Grade Part 4: embracing the 1950s

Published 1 December 2004

ITC meets ABDC

Lew Grade Part 3: the war and after

Published 1 November 2004

Love, cigars… and television

Lew Grade Part 2: the pre-war years

Published 1 October 2004

Lew dances into showbusiness

Lew Grade Part 1: the early years

Published 1 September 2004

‘Mr Television’ makes a start

All new nonsense

Published 24 May 2004

The habit of slapping “ALL NEW” on everything

Overarching logic

Published 1 February 2003

Widescreen television is the future. But it’s not the past

Wrong-footed Four

Published 1 January 2003

Carl Ellis on sci-fi and fantasy programmes on Channel Four

New horizons

Published 1 January 2003

Carl Ellis on how satellite (nearly) always treats imports better

Undoing the inevitable

Published 1 January 2003

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

TV Asylum

Published 1 January 2003

Carl Ellis looks into the world of import and export

Roswell mystery

Published 1 June 2002

Carl Ellis on the use and abuse of imported programmes

Premiership problems

Published 2 January 2002

Carl Ellis on the errors in TV rights

Rugby International

Published 2 January 2002

Carl Ellis watches the Super League

A league of their own

Published 2 January 2002

Carl Ellis sees Rugby League spread

News At When

Published 1 January 2002

The mistake of messing with the Ten

Regional fun and games

Published 1 January 2002

Carl Ellis’s overlaps ruin a football game

News makes news

Published 1 January 2002

Sky vs BBC

Corporate manslaughter

Published 1 January 2002

Carl Ellis can’t remember being confused by Central

New Affiliations

Published 1 August 2001

How ITV could have been done