Articles by Peter Bazalgette
Egon Ronay’s enduring influence on British food
Veering from the highbrow to the low-rent, Sky Arts is an odd channel—but, argues Peter Bazalgette, it is beginning to challenge BBC 2 and Channel 4’s cultural programming
Cometh the Hour: BBC2 strikes back with its starry, glamorous new drama Having had its cultural clothes stolen by BBC4, BBC2 is trying to shake off an identity crisis and prove it’s the home of...
British television will be everywhere in 2011, from The X Factor’s American debut to more Midsomer Murders in the Ukraine
The world of the internet will soon be on television, thanks to a host of new services. But what’s worth watching and will it pay?
Channel 4 has had some hits and misses this season as it tries to find replacements for the phenomenon that was Big Brother
The last 30 years have brought big rewards for independent television producers, but now the broadcasters want a slice of the pie
From hope through despair, then laughter, with some dodgy performances in between, TV’s World Cup journey mirrored our own
Soon we will be able to watch the internet’s television-on-demand services on our TV sets. What will this do to our viewing habits?