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From the Daleks to Carole

Published 25 November 2023

Perhaps the first time this question was ever asked?

ABC Weekday TV

Published 27 October 2023

Memory, all alone in the mmmm-mmmm, something something memories of the mmmm-mmmmm-mmmm

Read all about it

Published 11 April 2023

Art deco advertisements for newspapers from the Radiolympia 1936 catalogue

Can TV’s ‘lost weekend’ be brought to life?

Published 13 May 2019

The leading television critics from the broadsheet newspapers gather in July 1968 to discuss what ITV should look like on weekends when the contracts change

Destination 1974

Published 12 February 2018

The strike over, the TVTimes looks ahead to the new-look ITV in 1968 and beyond

Not just the money

Published 7 January 2010

Jonathan Ross quits BBC Maybe Jonathan Ross jumped – but the BBC weren’t standing in his way It was blatantly obvious that something like this was going to happen, especially…

Lightning strikes twice

Published 15 October 2009

Broadcast Now: Andrew Jackson at centre of BBC row – before he even starts Perhaps the most bizarre yet of a series of incidents that have affected the BBC in…

Closing the gate

Published 3 April 2009

BBC fined £150,000 over Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross phone prank scandal ‘Sachsgate’ was basically the culmination of what can happen when star talent who have their own production company…

Who runs Britain?

Published 8 December 2008

BBC News: Baby P official fired without pay So it’s happened again. A scandal, a press hullabaloo, the demanding of heads, the swish of the metaphorical axe and said heads…

Family values?

Published 10 November 2008

Mail editor accuses Mosley judge As other EMC writers will confirm, I sometimes get into trouble for championing (some) Daily Mail values and the rules of polite society in an…

OK, that’s enough

Published 30 October 2008

Brand has resigned; Ross probably ought to consider doing something similar himself. The pre-recording of edgy comedy programmes is a great way to make sure that the wrong thing doesn’t…

Mixed messages

Published 29 October 2008

I’m not a fan of either Ross or Brand; I have no comment on the question as to whether or not they are overpaid; and I certainly think that the…

The wrong message

Published 28 October 2008

Gordon Brown criticises Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross’s BBC phone prank The transcript of what was said What started out as a “schoolboy prank” (except of course neither participants are…

The Daily Mail and BBC bashing.

Published 27 January 2008

Every independent media commentator knows that the Daily Mail is a conservative newspaper with a well established line in BBC bashing. I have previously documented myself just how desperate the…

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