Neil Midgley
Neil Midgley is a freelance journalist and commentator, who writes about media for the Daily Telegraph and other publications. Previously he was on staff at the Telegraph for seven years, during which he both edited the TV pages and, subsequently, covered the media beat as a full-time reporter in the newsroom. Neil has interviewed anyone who’s anyone in broadcasting, from Helen Mirren and Victoria Wood to Mark Thompson and David Abraham. He is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Edinburgh TV Festival, and chairs the judging panel for the Freesat Awards. Aged 44, Neil is an enthusiastic but awful amateur figure skater, and lives in the East End with his cat, Starbuck.

Blog Entries by Neil Midgley

A Vintage Year for TV as BPG Announce Award Nominations

(0) Comments | Posted 7 February 2013 | (11:23)

The Broadcasting Press Guild is Britain's professional association of journalists who write about TV and radio, and our awards are the biggest event in our annual calendar. The awards present a rare opportunity to the hacks who vote in them: the chance to be unstintingly nice about the programmes that...

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