Tag Archives: Channel 4
Dark, comical and unexpectedly poignant, Channel 4’s adaptation of the story of two unlikely teens on the run from normality, is a charming and edgy modern-day take on Bonnie and Clyde.
With £100k on the line and a team of surveillance experts on your tail, if you had to go on the run for 28 days, where would you hide?
Written by Emily White. Over the past few decades there has been a dramatic change in the relationship between man and his dog.
Head of Channel Four News and Current Affairs, Dorothy Byrne gave a talk at the University of Lincoln on Monday, October 29th about the coverage of the Arab Spring. David Wriglesworth reports.
Angela Rippon and C4’s head of news and current affairs, Dorothy Byrne, debated “what makes good journalism” at the university. Watch the discussion.
With the latest series of Big Brother already taking over our screens, Darren Moss looks at the appeal of reality television.
Beware the new perfect time waster: there’s a new website to watch TV shows legally and for free. Jonathan Cresswell has been trying the service.
Mike Jempson, a journalism professor, and Dorothy Byrne, head of news and current affairs at Channel 4, discussed whether an obsession with audience size had displaced human rights reporting on television.