Interviews

Neighbours boss Susan Bower talks to ATV

Exclusive ATV Interview: In 2008, Susan Bower took over Neighbours and has guided it through change, whether that may be for better or worse time will tell. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Neighbours, and a change down under as it moves to a digital only channel. What’s in store as the UK leads up to airing the 6000th episode and what’s in store for the future, let’s find

Neighbours actress Carla Bonner talks to ATV

Exclusive ATV Interview: Neighbours favourite Steph Scully, played by Carla Bonner, is at the centre of huge storyline at the moment, which comes to ahead next week. We caught up with her to find out what’s in store. (Contains spoilers) In the UK we are about to see the reveal of Steph’s  lies, how have you felt about this current storyline? Initially I was very nervous about it. I wasn’t

ATV talks to Liberal Democrats’ Don Foster MP

Our Media and Politics reporter Shaun Linden recently interviewed representatives from the three main political parties about their plans for British media. As a General Election draws nearer the parties plans for the BBC, and other media outlets, have come under more scrutiny especially as the Conservatives recently stated their intention not only to scrap the BBC Trust but also to put a halt to ITV’s plans for local news

ATV talks to Conservative MP Ed Vaizey

Our Media and Politics reporter Shaun Linden recently interviewed representatives from the three main political parties about their plans for British media. As a General Election draws nearer the parties plans for the BBC, and other media outlets, have come under more scrutiny especially as the Conservatives recently stated their intention not only to scrap the BBC Trust but also to put a halt to ITV’s plans for local news

ATV talks to Labour’s Sion Simon MP

Our Media and Politics reporter Shaun Linden recently interviewed representatives from the three main political parties about their plans for British media. As a General Election draws nearer the parties plans for the BBC, and other media outlets, have come under more scrutiny especially as the Conservatives recently stated their intention not only to scrap the BBC Trust but also to put a halt to ITV’s plans for local news

Pauline McLynn Interview

This week Shameless returns to Channel Four for its seventh season on Tuesday and amongst the new cast members is Pauline McLynn who plays a new love interest for Frank Gallagher. Actress Pauline McLynn will be familiar to comedy fans for her roles in Father Ted and more recently Jam and Jerusalem. Here she talks about joining the cast of Shameless for its new season. Like everyone else in the

Julia Sawalha talks Larking About

The gentle BBC period drama Lark Rise To Candleford returns on Sunday for a third series and Julia Sawalha talks about its return and what is in-store for Dorcas this year. On Sunday evening the BBC One period drama Lark Rise To Candleford returns for a third year. The drama is based on the novels by Flora Thompson and adapted for television by Bill Gallagher and amongst the stars of

John Hurt Interview

John Hurt talks about returning to a role he last played in the 1970s, Quentin Crisp. In 1968, gay icon Quentin Crisp wrote his autobiography titled The Naked Civil Servant. Detailing the life and times of the self termed ‘stately homo’ it was the story of one man coming of age and growing into old age in conservative England. An outrageous and flamboyant homosexual, in a much less tolerant era,