ED TV Fest 2016 Day 2

Now that the second day of the Edinburgh TV Festival 2016 is over, here are 7 things that happened on day two.

1. The great and the good of TV took part in a leaders’ debate

On the morning of the second day at the Edinburgh TV Festival, Kevin Lygo, Director of Television at ITV, Jay Hunt, Chief Creative Officer at Channel 4, Ben Frow, Director of Programming at Channel 5, Charlotte Moore, Director of Content at the BBC and Gary Davey, Managing Director for Content at Sky took part in the TV Leader's Debate chaired by Martha Kearney.

They discussed Brexit, talent salaries, sex on TV as well as scheduling conflicts.

On the issues of sex on TV, clips from Love Island, Celebrity Big Brother, Naked Attraction, Versailles and Game of Thrones were shown with Kevin Lygo defending Love Island saying: