A new farming “dynasty” is heading to Emmerdale….hmm haven’t we heard that somewhere before? asks editor Doug Lambert in this edition of ATV Reports.
In the wake of the announcements by American broadcasters over which shows would be re-commissioned, which pilots picked up and which show’s cancelled we’re running several features looking at these announcements. Our first feature looks at the programmes that were cancelled by their broadcasters – there’s quite a few! Axed in the USA – yes the axe man cometh in America as broadcasters have been busy clearing out programmes
Question: What do Sharon Gless, Meryl Streep, Amanda Burton and Lulu all have in common?
Editor Doug Lambert dishes his opinion on Saturday evening’s Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in this latest edition of ATV Reports.
The annual bonanza of the bizarre, camp and dam right barmy is now over as Eurovision 2009 is won by Norway. We take a look back at this year’s competition, held in Moscow, which once more feature a line-up that would raise eye brows even at a SF convention! Eurovision 2009 might have featured the expected line-up of barmy acts with barely understandable lyrics but Political/Bloc Voting
BBC comedy series should have been cancelled long ago, argues ATV’s telly critic Queenie le Trout.
Britain’s Got Talent: Has it lost its shine? Our editor, Doug Lambert, is bored. Bored of ITV talent shows it seems; as he explains in this edition of ATV Reports. Am I the only one who is utterly bored of Britain’s Got Talent? There have been a mere handful of episodes from the current series but it feels like the Simon Cowell vehicle has been on for months and months.
Why is it that books into films don’t work and movies into theatre just aren’t the same? Asks Ashleigh in another edition of her column for ATV Today.
So I thought I would jump on the band wagon and comment on Susan Boyle, writes Ashleigh, in another edition of her column for ATV Today.
With the news that Michael Grade is to step down from his role as Chief Executive of ITV the hunt for his successor begins and no doubt they’ll be endless speculation in the press about possible replacements for Grade. So here are a few people we think could be in the running for the job. Greg Dyke It would be the height of irony if Dyke was