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What (more) TV’s on at the RTS in July? Including The Salisbury Poisonings

Every so often, TMINE flags up what new TV events the Royal Television Society is holding around the UK

The RTS has another event lined up for July – next week, in fact!

TV’s Global Game

Date: Monday 6 July
Timings: 2pm-3pm

How do you write the biggest new BBC drama since 2018? Join Declan Lawn and Adam Patterson as they reveal the writing process behind The Salisbury Poisonings and talk about their jump from the newsroom to drama!

Declan Lawn spent 10 years as an investigative reporter for BBC Panorama. As a screenwriter, he is inspired by the capacity for television drama to act as a companion to journalism, telling powerful stories about how the modern world really works.

Adam Patterson spent years working as a photojournalist and producing current affairs documentaries. Working on award-winning programmes such as the BBC’s Panorama and Unreported World, he specialised in societal issues about youth and their place in world.

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RTS events

What TV’s on at the RTS in July? Including TV’s Global Game

Every so often, TMINE flags up what new TV events the Royal Television Society is holding around the UK

Do you know, I think the RTS is now doing more events than it was pre-COVID? How fascinating. Here’s the latest Zoom webinar.

TV’s Global Game

Date: Thursday 2 July
Timings: 2pm-3pm

Ever wonder what makes the TV industry global?

How do our favourite gameshows and dramas make their way on to screens all around the world? Well, behind every TV mega-hit there’s a distribution team who have orchestrated the success and turned them into worldwide brands. And at every broadcaster, a team of acquisitions experts select the best shows to buy or invest in.

In this webinar, leading figures in the UK lift the lid on how TV’s global game is played and how you can find your way in.

Speakers to be announced

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What TV’s on at the RTS in June and July? Including Normal People

Every so often, TMINE flags up what new TV events the Royal Television Society is holding around the UK

All the UK television organisations have started to get the hang of their Zoom Pro subscription, with the RTS now cranking up its output at speed. Coming up in the next month, with possibly more events to come, are no fewer than three online meets.

After the jump, you can learn how you can attend Normal People: Working With Sound For Drama, The Future of the Studio Audience, and TV Brand Cut-through Re-Envisioned.

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What TV’s on at the RTS in June? Including Why We Love Property Shows

Every so often, TMINE flags up what new TV events the Royal Television Society is holding around the UK

With both BAFTA and the BFI slowly thawing out their schedules, let’s not be too surprised that the RTS is doing the same, albeit through the medium of the Zoom seminar.

Not much notice for these one, but if you want something to watch during lunchtime tomorrow, both are up for grabs. If you like property shows, the first looks a doozy, while the second examines what we’ve been watching during lockdown – and why.

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Liar Series 2
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What (more) TV’s on at the RTS in February? Including Liar – series 2

Every so often, TMINE flags up what new TV events the Royal Television Society is holding around the UK

Another February event to add to the growing list.

Screening and Q&A of Liar series 2

Date: Thursday 27 February
Timings: 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start
Venue: Curzon Bloomsbury, The Brunswick Centre, London WC1N 1AW

Join the RTS on Thursday 27 February for an exclusive screening of season two of Two Brothers Pictures’ hit ITV drama series Liar

Following the screening of the first episode, there will be a Q&A with the producers Harry and Jack Williams and stars Joanne Froggatt and Katherine Kelly.

About the Show

Three weeks after damning evidence was uncovered proving Andrew Earlham sexually assaulted nineteen women, his body is found in the Kent marshes. As one of Andrew’s more recent victims, Laura Nielson can’t help feeling relieved by the news of his death. The last three weeks spent knowing Andrew was somewhere out there and missing have not been easy.

Yet the seaside community is rocked when the case quickly becomes a murder investigation. Out of town officer DI Karen Renton is put in charge of the case, and together with DS Rory Maxwell, they begin to unpack the events of the three crucial weeks leading up to Andrew’s death.

The news cast a shadow over those who knew Andrew, all of whom, like Laura, are trying to move on with their lives.

As the search to find Andrew’s killer gains momentum, the community will be forced to face up to the secrets of their recent past, secrets many of them hope will stay buried. Soon, Laura finds herself thrown deep in the mire of Andrew’s destructive path, and once again must fight to be believed.

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Tickets at screenings for RTS Members are complimentary but must be booked in advance. Tickets for non RTS members are £10.

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