Articles about Poldark
While series have a shelf life, some characters become immortal. DQ speaks to a group of writers about how they create the people we watch on screen.
As Poldark returns for its fifth and final season, series creator and writer Debbie Horsfield tells DQ how the period drama departs from its source material and outlines her approach to bringing the saga to a close.
Director Ed Bazalgette discusses his work behind the camera, with credits including hit BBC drama Poldark and his next project, the forthcoming Doctor Who Christmas 2016 special, The Return of Doctor Mysterio.
In the UK, ITV and the BBC can be well satisfied with the performance of their respective autumn dramas, Victoria and Poldark. Elsewhere, there are promising signs for Sky Atlantic, Canal+ and HBO copro The Young Pope and FX hip-hop comedy Atlanta.
Writers and producers often spend years crafting their passion projects before they come to air – but the risk is always whether the audience cares as much as they do, writes Michael Pickard.
The nominations for this year’s Rose D’Or scripted categories are all UK shows. Andy Fry looks at some of the runners and riders.
UK drama producers are exploring every corner of their country in search of great locations – just as well given that the cost of going abroad has rocketed in the wake of the Brexit referendum.
BBC1 airs seven-part drama based on the period fantasy novel by Susanna Clarke, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, Fox debuts Wayward Pines and DR1 drama 1864 hits UK screens.