The Aftershow: BBC editor, special events Guy Freeman

James Hanley

The key to making music work on TV is...

“An occasion - it needs a reason. If you just call it music performance then that sounds specialist to a lot of people and something that may not be for them.

A lot of it is smoke and mirrors in terms of how it is presented to an audience and what they think it’s going to be.”

The main differences between working for the BBC and ITV are…

“Historically, there was ...


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