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Channel 4 named Channel of the Year at Guardian Edinburgh TV Festival

24 August 2014 5:22 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Channel 4 has been named 'Channel of the year' at the Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival.

The channel received the honour at the 13th annual awards show, picking up the crown for the first time since 2010, reports The Guardian.

Channel 4 also won 'TV moment of the year' for its Educating Yorkshire documentary. The moment in question saw pupil Musharaf Asghar overcome his stammer by giving a speech to the school.

Capping off a successful year for Channel 4, The Murder Trial won the 'Programme Innovation' award.

'Production Company of the Year' went to Big Talk, which makes shows such as BBC3's Him and Her and Sky1's Chickens. It was acquired by ITV in 2013.

The 'Producer/Director Debut Award' went to Marcel Mettelsiefen for his work on Children on the Frontline, while ITV director of factual Richard Klein was named 'Commissioner of the Year'. »

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John Hurt to play Siegfried Sassoon in ITV WW1 drama

25 June 2014 9:24 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

John Hurt is to star in an upcoming WW1 drama on ITV.

The Doctor Who actor will play Siegfried Sassoon in The Pity of War: The Lives of Loves of the War Poets, a one-off 60-minute drama.

The drama will be centred on the relationship between Sassoon, Wilfred Owen and Robert Graves while they wrote about their war experiences.

It is part of a series of programmes marking the centenary of the outbreak of World War I.

Olivia Colman will narrate a four-part series titled The Great War: The People's Story, which tells the stories of personal accounts collected from archives and libraries.

Alison Steadman, Daniel Mays, Claire Foy and Brian Cox will also feature in the series, alongside others.

"This programme gives the stage to the authentic voice of the British people as they endured over four years of the greatest violence in human history," said Richard Klein, »

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Alison Steadman fronting ITV Shetland documentary

24 May 2014 1:51 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Alison Steadman will front an ITV documentary about the Shetland Islands, it has been announced.

The Gavin and Stacey actress will explore the area and wildlife in a special ITV documentary that will air later this year.

An avid bird watcher and patron for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (Rspb), Steadman will visit colonies of rare birds such as gannets and puffins.

"I'm thrilled to be exploring some incredible wildlife against the stunning backdrop of Shetland - a place I have been longing to explore for over 20 years," Steadman revealed.

"Shetland is renowned for its seabird colonies, including some rare and beautiful breeds."

Commissioned by ITV's Katy Thorogood and Richard Klein, the Shetland documentary will be executive produced by Melanie Leach, Juliet Rice and Dan Adamson for Twofour.

Later this year, Steadman will appear in BBC's upcoming five-part drama series titled The Secrets. »

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Media Monkey's Diary: Nigella Lawson, Peter Bazalgette and Keira Knightley

23 March 2014 5:07 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

✒ Last week's farewell party, or in effect funeral service, for the Press Complaints Commission offered a sad contrast with the Pcc in its pomp. Lord Hunt, one of several sometime chairmen and directors attending, wandered around with a tray of canapes as if looking for a new, humbler role. Solemn speeches were ill-advisedly backdropped by a slideshow rich in Pcc party snaps, including one of a former bigwig playing Santa Claus. All a far cry from the body's glitzy apotheosis, its 10th birthday party in 2001, when guests swigged champagne amidst display cases of jewellery at Somerset House and mingled with Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince An drew, Prince William and, for some reason, Donatella Versace. Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive, but to be regulating was very heaven.

✒It dragged on far into the night. Several of the participants rambled on embarrassingly or said stupid things. Almost everyone was drunk or acted drunk. »

- Monkey

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