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Edinburgh International Television Festival

Edinburgh International Television Festival

Steve Cardownie: Study proves huge benefits of capital's festivals

THEY support thousands of jobs, enrich children's imaginations, boost civic pride, swell Scotland's coffers by hundreds of millions of pounds and enrich our lives.

TV fest googles keynote speaker

The executive chairman of internet firm Google will deliver the MacTaggart Lecture at the Edinburgh Television Festival this year.

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Festival shows will go on thanks to £2m-a-year lifeline

FUNDING of £2 million a year to promote home-grown work at Edinburgh's festivals has been safeguarded for the next three years.

Doctor Who's assistant Karen Gillan flies in for festival Q&A session

DOCTOR Who star Karen Gillan is to make a special appearance at the Edinburgh International Television Festival this weekend for a question and answer session about the show.

Price is right as television festival unveils line-up

A LIVE interview with tabloid icon Katie Price and a heavyweight debate on the future of the BBC in a new political era will be among the highlights of this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival.

BBC head to give TV festival lecture

BBC director-general Mark Thompson is to deliver the keynote address at this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival.

Peter Andre to discuss reality TV at festival

REALITY television stalwart Peter Andre is to appear at the Edinburgh International Television Festival to discuss "fly-on-the-wall" programmes.

Clarkson gears up to deliver a masterclass at TV Festival

TOP Gear star Jeremy Clarkson is to deliver a masterclass to this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival.

Clarkson puts event in top gear

TOP Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson is to deliver a masterclass at this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival next month.

Creator of The Wire to be Television Festival's star guest

THE creator of award-winning TV series The Wire is set to be a star guest at this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival.

Murdoch to air keynote speech at capital's TV festival

ONE of Britain's leading media moguls is to give the keynote speech at this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival.

Who knows why top TV writer will miss festival?

DOCTOR Who writer and producer Russell T Davies has pulled out of the line-up of the Edinburgh International Television Festival, after speculation that die-hard fans would pay £500 to see him.

Jamie Oliver lined up for Edinburgh TV festival speech

TV CHEF Jamie Oliver, Doctor Who writer Russell T Davies and comedian Armando Iannucci will give keynote speeches at this year’s Edinburgh International Television Festival.

Gangster condemns media for false portrayal of crime

A REAL life gangster has told Edinburgh's TV festival that the media's appetite for 'hard men' figures in crime films was giving youngsters a misleadingly glamorous view of the reality of crime.

Documentary hope

BBC1 Controller Peter Fincham yesterday told the Edinburgh International Television Festival he hoped the controversial documentary on the Queen, which landed the BBC in hot water, would still be shown.

Monarch of the glen

SIR Jimmy Savile is a jumble of contradictions. All those marathons - 217 of them - suggests a man whose body is his temple, but no. He fills it with biscuits and sweets and "other rubbish".

Abi and Jade's festival sex talk

ABI TITMUSS and Jade Goody are to discuss sex at this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival.

Father to tell television festival of media's role in hunt for Madeleine

THE father of missing four-year-old Madeleine McCann will be interviewed about his experiences at this year's Edinburgh International Television festival.

Madeleine's dad to speak at TV festival

THE father of missing four-year-old Madeleine McCann is to speak at this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival, it was announced today.

Jim to fix it again in revival of cult stage show for TV festival

SIR JIMMY SAVILE and Cat Deeley are among the latest celebrities lined up to appear at the Edinburgh International Television Festival.

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