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Kate Rowland, creative consultant at Red Planet Pictures and former creative director of new writing at the BBC, discusses the challenges of developing new writers for television as Red Planet seeks submissions for the latest round of its writing competition.
As Mipcom 2016 gets under way, Amazon has secured rights to the Deutschland 83 sequel and Eccho Rights is hoping to emulate its Turkish formats success with Indian drama titles.
The writers behind The Missing have been signed up to pen a new series for ITV in the UK. Elsewhere, Margaret Atwood, Alfred Hitchcock and Jay-Z are all in the news this week – and Dynasty looks set to return to US screens.
As Starz hit Outlander begins its second season with a bang, can The Night Manager replicate its UK success on AMC when required to rub shoulders with the channel’s zombies, ambulance-chasing lawyers and martial arts experts?
Following Steve November’s exit from ITV, Stephen Arnell assesses his tenure as the commercial broadcaster’s head of drama.
Tony Jordan has brought together some of literature’s best-known characters in a celebration of Charles Dickens. DQ went on the set while Dickensian was still filming to find out why those behind the show were sure of its success.
The BBC has become a drama powerhouse by nurturing its relationships with great writers. Here we look at some of the talent the UK pubcaster will be working with in 2016.
The international drama community gathered at the BFI on London’s South Bank for three days of screenings, panel sessions, case studies and awards. Michael Pickard looks back on C21 Media’s International Drama Summit, part of Content London.
US networks are building a trend towards central character gender swaps as channels continue play it safe with renewals, reboots and adaptations – except for Amazon, which launches an eclectic bunch of pilots.