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Lunch with the FT Dyke grew up in Hayes just west of London, youngest of three sons of an insurance salesman...I can tell you exactly where it was: the Swan & Bottle steak bar in Uxbridge. My dad was of the view that paying to go out to eat was
Carl Froch and his girlfriend Rachael Cordingley are set to make their dance debut on Stepping out tonight, but it sounds like it's been a little bit stressful getting ready for the live show. The brand new dance series kicks off on ITV1 tonight and
Those who ran television, he said, were "part of the British disease", hostile to markets and competition. Their love of costume dramas reflected "the values of the narrow elite" in which "strangulated English accents dominate dramas played out in
Art and the Pleasures of Knowing , an exhibition that opens on 24 May at Turner Contemporary in Margate. On Not Getting the Credit Brian Dillon Eileen Gray Pompidou Centre, 20 February-20 May The best-known photograph of Eileen Gray was taken in 1926
Viewers had to buy both Radio Times (for BBC programmes) and TV Times (for ITV) to find out what would be on, protecting the broadcasters' lucrative publishing duopoly. And under Government control of the airwaves, ITV was the only television channel
In the first of a series of articles to celebrate the NS centenary, we explore the remarkable life of a man who chose never to look back...But John Freeman, now in his 99th year, is still living a very private life at a nursing home in south London.
purpose built for LWT in the early 1970s. Photograph: Christian Sinibaldi for the Guardian ITV has purchased its headquarters and studios on London's South Bank for £56m. The broadcaster has purchased the 2.5-acre site from retail letting firm Coal
14 January 2013 It was supposed to give ITV programmes a fresh and coherent new look. But as the broadcaster unveiled its colourful new logo yesterday, not everyone was so flattering in their assessment. The design was immediately ridiculed by some
Even with no TV advertising growth and £20m of extra investments, ITV should see an estimated £80m uplift in adjusted pretax profit growth in 2013 from further efficiencies, savings in sports rights and interest costs already secured and higher
Charles Chilton, who has died at the age of 95, was a BBC radio presenter, writer and producer. He created two classic 1950s radio serials, Riders of the Range and Journey Into Space, and also inspired the stage show and film Oh, What A Lovely War!