Jerry Springer will discuss the media’s role in politics at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
Bros star Matt Goss’s comic rant about conkers has been named the television moment of the year at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
Channel 4 head of news Dorothy Byrne has said that immoral men should “be frightened” into treating women properly.
BBC executive Charlotte Moore has said TV is facing enormous change and traditional broadcasters must try to keep up with subscription streaming services.
The former partner of late reality TV star Jade Goody has said he has not let their children watch a new documentary about her life.
Channel 4 controller Ian Katz said there is “universal enthusiasm” for the broadcaster’s move to Leeds.
Hugh Laurie and Louis Theroux will make an appearance at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
The chief executive of Channel 4 has suggested broadcasters called Brexit wrong and misjudged the strength of feeling outside London.
Channel 4 has announced a new Brexit documentary with intimate access to leading figures in British politics.
A new Channel 4 documentary will examine how Vladimir Putin has used his spy skills as the leader of a nuclear power.
Channel 4 has commissioned a new comedy about an all-female Muslim punk band.
Channel 4 news chief Dorothy Byrne will deliver this year’s MacTaggart Lecture, closing the first day of the Edinburgh TV Festival.
An animal behaviourist who stars in upcoming show Train Your Baby Like A Dog has defended her methods after an autism organisation launched a campaign to have the programme axed.
Sandi Toksvig reveals in a new Channel 4 film that a viewer once complained she looked like Tom Cruise, while Big Narstie says he has been accused of being “too black”.
Channel 4 has commissioned a series charting the career and cultural influence of former Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre.
Jamie Oliver has said the collapse of his restaurant business was “very, very painful”.
Kathy Burke has named American singer Lizzo as someone she thinks is a great inspiration for young women today.
A Channel 4 boss has said that the early years of Big Brother were like “uncharted water” and that aftercare has “evolved as we know the genre more and more”.
Channel 4 News anchor Jon Snow did not breach TV rules by saying he had “never seen so many white people in one place”, the regulator has ruled, while reminding broadcasters to take “particular care” with language.
Jamie Oliver has told of his desperate attempts to save his restaurant group from collapse as he ploughed millions of pounds of his own money into the business.