Blog posts by year and month August 2013

Posts (10)

  1. Not pulling any punches when writing the second series of the BBC Three comedy with school friend, Jack Whitehall.

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  2. “I knew instinctively that the house itself was a pivotal character, as menacing and awkward as its inhabitants.” Ensuring the sets for BBC One crime drama What Remains reflected the shadowy atmosphere of the murder mystery was crucial for production designer Lisa Marie Hall.

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  3. “Would our cameras somehow interfere with the genuineness of the event?” Assistant producer Laura Kaye on filming the un-sanitised version of the classic Andalusian art form for BBC Two’s Flamenco: Gypsy Soul.

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  4. Slimming clubs and the parallels between faith and food are explored in a new BBC Two documentary by acclaimed film-maker Vanessa Engle.

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  5. How a passion for architectural projects that were designed but never constructed brought Dr Olivia Horsfall Turner in front of the camera for BBC Four's architectural history series.

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  6. David brought years of comedy experience, we brought the biscuits. Writing team The Dawson Bros on working with David Walliams and Catherine Tate for BBC One comedy Big School.

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  7. "I trust my instincts and knew I would make the right choices." New Dragon Kelly Hoppen on joining the Den and what she can offer this season's hopeful entrepreneurs.

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  8. "They were far fitter than me in spite of their weight." Presenter Jacques Peretti found that thin doesn’t necessarily mean healthy when he joined a boot camp for his new BBC Two series The Men Who Made Us Thin.

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  9. I went to the screening full of trepidation: Author Denise Mina on having her novels The Field Of Blood and The Dead Hour adapted by David Kane for the BBC One series starring David Morrissey and Jayd Johnson.

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  10. “I was a failure at the hausfrau gig.” Writer Bee Rowlatt discusses her successes and failures when she challenged BBC Two to Make Me A German.

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