Blog posts by year and month March 2013

Posts (9)

  1. A Q&A with documentary director Marc Isaacs and contributor Iqbal Ahmed reveals what it was like filming an intimate portrait of life as it unfolds along London's Edgware Road.

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  2. How I discovered the glamorous, and at times shocking, footage of Formula 1's early days in the BBC's archives.

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  3. Doing justice to the brave female officers that inspired the daytime BBC One drama, by show creator Dominique Moloney.

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  4. How getting to know the real-life people involved in the investigation of the Challenger disaster shaped the BBC Two drama.

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  5. Creating the necessary illusions for the BBC One version of the 1938 Hitchcock film: the director on shooting inside a train carriage.

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  6. Kieren Walker is not a zombie who went on a killing spree. He is a Partially Deceased Syndrome sufferer and what he did in his untreated state was not his fault.

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  7. Stewart Lee introduces Kevin Eldon and the wild-eyed intensity he brings to his characters on his comedy sketch show, It's Kevin, for BBC Two.

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  8. With exclusive shots from location, the set designer reveals how a modern prison was built from surprisingly everyday locations for series two of the BBC One drama.

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  9. Filming a documentary through the eyes of American children living with poverty and homelessness.

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