Articles by Peter Bazalgette
What do you call a war drama where a real soldier plays himself and troops video their own invasion? Welcome to Generation Kill
The BBC's Iran and the West, by acclaimed producer Norma Percy, is a timely reminder of why we pay the licence fee
Multi-channel television and the internet are killing public service broadcasting as we have known it. Instead, let's use the subsidy to turn Britain's remarkable creative and artistic talents into...
Dickens founded a tradition of ghostly Christmas stories that's still alive and well on our TV screens. Just don't let Jonathan Creek anywhere near it
BBC drama and Channel 4 documentaries could be your best allies during the credit crunch. Just don't let Niall Ferguson write your one-liners
Most of the Brit commentators tramping around America this season have missed the point. More4's drama, John Adams, is the true text for our times
Oh dear. AC Grayling, Prospect's resident and favourite philosopher, seems a little tired of life. In the Guardian this morning he is to be found bemoaning, like so many before him, the passing of...
A new generation of digital tracking technologies can now follow your every move, unleashing a world of personalised adverts. Privacy campaigners are furious. But embracing these tools may be the...
There's nothing real about "reality" TV these days. Which is why we should just let Supernanny loose on The Family and see what happens