Video PUBLISHED: 09:00 08 July 2018 Stacia Briggs This image is strictly embargoed until 22.30 Monday 28th May 2018 From ITV Studios Love Island: SR4 on ITV2 Pictured: Adam Collard, Hayley Hughes, Jack Fincham, Kendall Rae-Knight, Niall Aslam, Samira Mighty, Dr. Alex George, Dani Mas Dyer, Wes Nelson, Laura Anderson and Eyal Booker. This photograph is (C) ITV Plc and can only be reproduced for editorial purposes directly in connection with the programme or event mentioned above, or ITV plc. Once made available by ITV plc Picture Desk, this photograph can be reproduced once only up until the transmission [TX] date and no reproduction fee will be charged. Any subsequent usage may incur a fee. This photograph must not be manipulated [excluding basic cropping] in a manner which alters the visual appearance of the person photographed deemed detrimental or inappropriate by ITV plc Picture Desk. This photograph must not be syndicated to any other company, publication or website, or … [Read more...] about In the words of Bon Jovi, we’re halfway there: but what’s happened in the TV world over the last six months?
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PUBLISHED: 07:49 16 June 2018 Andrew Clarke Eleanor Tomlinson as Demelza and Aidan Turner as Ross Poldark in the BBC series Poldark which makes the most of its cinematic ambitions. Photo credit should read: Robert Viglasky/BBC/PA Wire As Poldark grabs headlines for its chest-baring return to our screens, Arts Editor Andrew Clarke worries that traditional TV is in danger of becoming left behind by its more ambitious US rivals. He looks at the changing face of modern TV drama and the rise of cinematic television A Very English Scandal. Pictured: (L-R) Ben Whishaw as Norman Scott and Hugh Grant as Jeremy Thorpe. Photo: Photo/BBC/Blueprint Television Ltd/Sophie Mutevelian. Over the past 18 months I have noticed a growing trend online and in newspapers and magazines. They seem to have fallen out of love with, what one could call, traditional television. By that, I mean BBC 1, BBC 2, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5. When it comes to recommending new series or one-off dramas to watch, … [Read more...] about Poldark is in the front line of the growing cinematic TV revolution