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Elisabeth Murdoch's MacTaggart lecture and two MediaGuardian Edinburgh Festival masterclasses for you: Sherlock and Modern Family

Posted on August 30, 2012 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

For the uninitiated, the big UK media event of the year is the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International TV Festival, which took place last week. As well as a chance to get extremely hammered, while smoozing the famous and powerful with your great idea for a new TV show, there are interviews, masterclasses and the famous MacTaggart Lecture (this year's speaker: Elisabeth Murdoch):

However, today I shall be presenting to you two masterclasses: the Sherlock masterclass involving Sue Vertue, Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss and Andrew Scott, and the Modern Family masterclass with co-creator Steve Levitan. Enjoy!

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