KTV Welcomes Local Politicians to the Gulbenkian


KTV Welcomes Local Politicians to the Gulbenkian

KTV held their second recording of their current affairs debating programme, ‘The Third Degree’, at the Gulbenkian Theatre on 23 February. Panellists, including a number of candidates … Continue Reading →

The Third Degree

KTV’s political debate show The Third Degree will stage its second episode at the Gulbenkian on 24 February.
The event will see key political figures debate issues which are important … Continue Reading →


The Third Degree returns to Kent at The Gulbenkian!

KTV’s production “The Third Degree” returns to Kent on Monday 23rd of February, in partnership with The Gulbenkian, for another topical panel debate show featuring … Continue Reading →

Interview: Noor Franssen on directing and writing KTV’s Beat to the Windward

As Beat to the Windward premieres this week, Newspaper News Editor, Ruby Lyle talks to Noor Franssen, the director of KTV’s newest production about what it was like directing … Continue Reading →



Ever wondered what it would look like if Essentials was set on fire?
Wonder no more.
The tagline for KTV’s latest and largest production project, Encryption, states that “one … Continue Reading →

KTV Small

KTV celebrates first year by entering into the NaSTA Awards

The University of Kent’s new television station KTV has entered the 40th NaSTA Awards after, “an exciting year of broadcasting”.
Station Manager Rob Linton said, “We … Continue Reading →

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