Politics

Crisis weekend television

1 September 2001

Dafydd Hancock sees LWT fall at the first hurdle

Celtic Times

1 September 2001

Ian Beaumont wants media independence for the south west

Missing the river

1 September 2001

James Barrington on the harm done to ITV by the loss of Thames

Brave New World

1 September 2001

David Hastings on rewriting television history

Earthquake ’81

1 September 2001

Russ J Graham sees the end of ATV Midlands

No Logo

1 September 2001

Ian Beaumont on the death of regional ITV

Do the right thing

1 September 2001

Jeremy Rogers on how ITV could have been different

Service Stations

1 September 2001

Ian Beaumont asks is public service exists in commercial TV

Murdoch to the rescue

1 September 2001

Murdoch is better than Granada, argues Dafydd Hancock

Metromedia

1 September 2001

Robin Carmody on the ’01 if you’re outside London’ syndrome

USP

1 September 2001

Dafydd Hancock knows what ITV1 is missing

Qualitycide

1 September 2001

Arthur Dungate has given up watching television

Unto the wasteland

1 September 2001

ITV1 is safe, bland, boring and dull says Anthony Heathfield

3 faces of ITV

1 September 2001

Dafydd Hancock on the three periods of ITV history

Small-scale revolutions

1 September 2001

David Hastings on local television

With a whimper

1 September 2001

Ian Beaumont watches ITV slide out of the running

Regional rollercoaster

1 September 2001

Ian Beaumont misses his region

Once upon a Westward

1 September 2001

Dave Jeffrey pines for the forgotten galleon

The end of RTÉ

1 September 2001

Richard Logue charts a death by a thousand cuts

Words and Pictures

1 September 2001

Russ J Graham looks under ‘C’ and finds a rude word

1990 and all that

1 September 2001

James Pittman says there was another way

Manifest commitments

1 June 2001

Repeal the Broadcasting Act 1990, says Anthony Heathfield

Long fortnight

1 June 2001

Russ J Graham reviews the 14-day rule and Suez

2001 – 17 = Now

1 May 2001

Robin Carmody sees history rewritten for laughs