The author of a book on one of the world’s most interesting television organisations is speaking in Glasgow this evening.
Ray Fitzwalter’s ‘The Dream That Died: The Rise and Fall of ITV’ is considered one of the most controversial book on the British media published this year. It is written via the perspective of Granada TV and Fitzwalter – an editor for eleven years on ITV’s flagship investigative programme, World in Action – is a guest of the Scottish branch of the Royal Television Society.
Says RTS Scotland: “Fitzwalter’s experience as an ITV insider is unrivalled, and his meticulously researched book casts a unique light on the development of commercial broadcasting in the UK.”
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And courtesy of RTS Scotland, allmediascotland.com has two copies of ‘The Dream That Died: The Rise and Fall of ITV’ to give away. All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning a copy is answer this very simple question: Which comedian famously advised Granada Group chief executive, Gerry Robinson, to “**** off out