Discover how to structure, control and conduct a TV Interview that is both factual and entertaining.

  • You should have at least some basic presenting experience, it may be the case that you're wanting to take your existing interviewing skills to the next level or you're a Journalist looking to master your skills.  

  • To give attendees the self-confidence and technical ability to conduct an interview in an effective, engaging and natural way as well as a working knowledge of the tools and equipment used in a TV Studio. 

  • Preparation

  • Questions

  • Control

  • Agendas

  • Talkback

  • Working to time



Interviews are so much more than just reading out a list of questions, you'll discover how to master interviews and make interesting, entertaining and broadcast worthy content. Key areas:

  • Talk back and working with the gallery-take instruction from your producer via an earpiece.

  • You'll never miss a cue once your working to time skills are up to speed.

  • This section will ensure that you are in control of your interviews and know how to make them interesting and entertaining. Interviewing techniques and understanding agendas, ABC and ring-fencing.

  • Ad-libbing and what do do when you run out of things to say. 




Includes support materials,

studio facilities, transport to Pinewood Studios from Uxbridge or Slough stations (Mon to Fri only), full training and support.

For further details or if 

you're ready to book your course now

call: 01753 651908 or to book online choose a date below and click the 'BOOK' button:



0800 046 3447

or book online:

Pinewood Studios dates below:

Click on a highlighted date and then click 'Book'


Q: Do I need experience?

A: No, you need passion and drive.

Q: Can anyone be a TV Presenter?

A: If you can speak and be understood, remember what you're talking about or read a teleprompter script, then yes, bearing in mind that the journey to success may be a long one. 

Q: What are the average earnings for a new TV Presenter?

A: This is a difficult one because many presenting jobs are on a freelance basis and the fees vary enormously but for a new TV Presenter starting a full time position you might expect anything from £30,000 to £50,000 per year.



10.00 am: Introduction & course outline. Module one 
11.00 am: Morning break 
11.15 am: Module one delivery 
1.00 pm: Lunch 
2.00 pm: Module two 
3.30 pm: Afternoon break 
3.45 pm: Module two delivery
5.00 pm: Q&A and course close



Participants are welcome to take notes during the course, however full course notes will be provided.

We recommend smart casual clothing during the course and for the showreel production days (day 3 & 4) three changes of cloths that are appropriate for the style of the items you're presenting.
You'll receive an official confirmation, with joining instructions (including directions if joining us at Pinewood Studios) at the time of booking. Once your deposit has been paid your place will be reserved for you.
Catering is not included however you may like to take advantage of the studio facilities which include: Two coffee shops, self-service buffet canteen, studio restaurant or Pub. 

Please note that Pinewood Studios is a working Television and Film Studio and photography of any kind is strictly prohibited.


The TV Training Academy Ltd

TV Presenting Courses

Presenting for Business

Head office:

Pinewood Studios,

Pinewood Rd,

Iver Heath,

SL0 0NH, 

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