The Royal Television Society Programme Awards went ahead on Tuesday night despite fears over coronavirus after the ceremony was held behind closed doors.
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The Virtues star Stephen Graham and The Long Song actress Tamara Lawrance were among the big winners at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards, which were held behind closed doors because of coronavirus.
The Royal Television Society (RTS) Programme Awards will be held behind closed doors next week amid coronavirus concerns.
Chernobyl, Fleabag and Derry Girls are among the TV programmes to be nominated for Royal Television Society (RTS) awards.
Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis has been named network presenter of the year at the Royal Television Society Awards for her jaw-dropping interview with the Duke of York.
Piers Morgan has denied letting Donald Trump off the hook in interviews, but admitted that “there is a limit to what you can do with a serving president with the secret service in the room”.
The BBC plans to stage a nationwide roll-out of a new scheme promoting the UK’s up-and-coming storytellers, poets and writers.
Big hits Bodyguard and Strictly Come Dancing have been snubbed at this year’s Royal Television Society awards.
Media minister Jeremy Wright has said he will not rule out a levy on tech giants to fund responsible journalism.
The head of the UK’s broadcasting regulator has said the internet is a “lottery” for child safety.
The BBC will “do more for Britain” by shifting staff and resources outside London, its Director General will say.
Former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies and Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio are among those receiving fellowships from the Royal Television Society as it commemorates its 90th anniversary.