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Christmas City
5 x 45 – BBC ONE - 2016
New Daytime five-part series – BBC ONE presented by Rav Wilding and Hayley Hassall that looks at what it takes to deliver a truly special Christmas for the shoppers, workers, residents and tourists in Greater Manchester, in the busiest period of the year.

Mastermind / Celebrity Mastermind -
Series
30 x 30 – 12 x 30 – BBC TWO / BBC ONE – 2016
New arrangement for the iconic quiz show – one of the longest running shows on the BBC.

Tomoko – 2016 – Screens at the Red Dot Cinema film festival in Singapore/Japan.

Dragons’ Den
- Series 14
15 x 60 – BBC TWO – 2016

Technobabble –
12 x 15 – CBBC – Series 2 - 2015 – 2016
TV Series for CBBC that will highlight the latest apps, games and innovations including movie special effects and virtual reality.

Call The Council -
Season 3 - 15 x 45 – BBC ONE – 2016
Return of the successful daytime Observational Documentary TV Series – From waste and recycling to pest control and potholes, this new series takes us onto the front line of local council operations with the country’s heroic council officers.

Demolition: The Wrecking Crew
- 3 x 60 – BBC TWO – 2015
New Primetime TV Series that follows teams who bring down unwanted buildings homes and bridges in controlled explosions.

Tomoko
- 2016
Japanese inspired short film (drama) based on a true story from Japan, starring Dai Tabuchi (Bond 23 – Spectre, 47 Ronnin, Genji: Days of the Blade, The Angel’s Share) and Masayo Aizawa.
Produced by Finite Films (May 2015, release tbc)


Magna Carta
- BBC TWO - 2015
New episode for the BAFTA nominated BBC Children’s Animation TV series ‘The Story of Britain‘. Narrated by Rebecca Callard.


Call The Council - Season 2 – 25 x 45 – BBC ONE – 2015
Return of the successful daytime Observational Documentary TV Series – From waste and recycling to pest control and potholes, this new series takes us onto the frontline of local council operations with the country’s heroic council officers.

Technobabble - 20 x 15 – CBBC – 2014 - 2015
New Children’s TV Series for CBBC that will highlight the latest apps, games and innovations including movie special effects and virtual reality.
Presented by 1Xtra presenter Clara Amfo and Disney presenter Frankie Vu.

MEGA OIL IRAQ – LUKOIL
Launching 2015
Web based interactive Documentary – of over 5 hours of filmed documentary. Oil field workers battle searing heat, howling winds, flash floods and political unrest – but their greatest challenge is time; they have to lay hundreds of kilometres of pipelines, build a processing facility, tank farm and power station and drill 23 oil wells, all within a construction window of 14 months.

The Story Of Britain – 10 x 6 – BBC – 2014 – BAFTA nomination
New Animation Series for the BBC that brings the history of Britain alive. Set from the Mesolithic period to the Domesday Book. Narrated by Jenna Coleman.
Episodes includes: – Middle Stone Age / New Stone Age / Bronze Age Britain / Iron Age Britain / The Roman invasion / Roman Britain / Anglo-Saxon Britain / The Vikings / The Normans / The Domesday Book

Call The Council – Season 1 – 15 x 45 – BBC ONE – 2014
New Daytime Observational Documentary TV Series
From waste and recycling to pest control and potholes, this new series takes us onto the frontline of local council operations with the country’s heroic council officers.

Permission Impossible – Britain’s Planners
- 8 x 60 – BBC TWO – 2014
Follow up to the popular observational documentary series The Planners. Planning Officers, who once again will be grappling with the Government’s controversial changes to the UK’s Planning Laws.

The Planners -  8 x 60 – BBC TWO – 2013
Told through the eyes of city planners, looking at how they evaluate proposals, interpret the rules and make recommendations that affect home owners, property developers and businesses as they navigate the planning process

Thelma’s Gypsy Girls / Little Shop of Gypsies - 6 x 60 – Channel Four / TLC – 2012
New reality spin-off of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding – The show Thelma’s Gypsy Girls – will see Gypsy Weddings star Thelma Madine take on 10 gypsy trainers in her dress making business.

Norway Massacre - 1 x 60 – National Geographic – 2012
July 22, 2011, a gunman goes on a terrorist rampage, starting with an explosion in Oslo and ending with the slaughter of dozens of teenagers.

Seconds From DisasterSeason 6 – 10 x 60 – National Geographic – 2012
Season 6 of the Award Winning popular documentary strand – using cutting edge CGI and powerful narratives which unpack with compelling stories of some of mankind’s biggest recent disasters. Episodes include: - Black Hawk Down / Chinook / Fire In The Cockpit / HMS Coventry / Into The Death Zone / JAL 123 Plane Crash / Jonestown Cult Suicide / Amagasaki Runaway Train / Terror In Norway / Nagasaki The Forgotten Bomb

Lost Children 9/11 : Revealed - 1 x 60 – FIVE – 2011
Documentary focusing on on four of the 2,700 families who lost at least one parent during the 2001 attack. The families interviewed include a teenager who now lives in Wales and the daughter of a fireman who was eight when the planes struck New York’s Twin Towers.

Seconds From DisasterSeason 5  National Geographic – 2011 Season 5 of the Award Winning popular documentary strand – using cutting edge CGI and powerful narratives which unpack with compelling stories of some of mankind’s biggest recent disasters.

Reel History of Britain – 20 x 30 – BBC TWO – 2011 – Performed and Recorded by the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.

Esteemed broadcaster Lord Melvyn Bragg presents a brand new series for BBC 2 Daytime retelling the fascinating stories about how life in Britain used to be, through the film collections of the British Film Institute and regional film archives. Each episode focuses on a different aspect of British life, highlighting the hardships and simple pleasures, as well as the enormous social changes that took place from the 1900s onwards. Episodes include: 1900s – Dawn of a New Era / 1910s – World War I / 1920s The Roaring Twenties / 1930s Ship Building / Rural Life / Slum Clearance / Coal Mining / 1940s Evacuation during WWII / Home Guard / The foundation of the NHS / 1950s Fishing Industry / Queen’s Coronation / British seaside resort holidays / The First Teenagers – Teddy Boys / 1960s Housing Development / School Days / On The Road – Britain’s adoption of the car and motorways / Running Out of Steam – the evolution of the railways /1970s The birth of the package holiday / Jubilee Celebrations

The Jewel of MuscatFilm Screening at The British MuseumJuly 2011

Sailing the Treasure Ship – Ancient Megastructures – 1 x 60 – National Geographic – 2010
Two one-hour programmes are about the Jewel of Muscat project. One programme will tell the story of the reconstruction of this 9th-century Arab trading dhow. The other will tell the story of the ship’s planned voyage from Muscat in Oman to Singapore following the ancient Maritime Silk Route. The documentaries will be directed by award-winning director Chris Lent.

The Trigger Director Marcus Shepherd (Killing In The Woods) – Produced by Wellington Films (London to Brighton) – 10 min short film – 35mm – 2011 Two school boys trespass onto land patrolled by a menacing and vindictive gamekeeper. Will they survive to tell the tale? Starring Ralph Brown (Aliens 3, Withnail & I, The Boat That Rocked) – Premieres at the London Short Film Festival 2011 on 7 – 16 January.

Arab Treasure Ship  – Ancient Megastructures – 1 x 60 – National Geographic – 2010
Two one-hour programmes are about the Jewel of Muscat project. One programme will tell the story of the reconstruction of this 9th-century Arab trading dhow. The other will tell the story of the ship’s planned voyage from Muscat in Oman to Singapore following the ancient Maritime Silk Route. The documentaries will be directed by award-winning director Chris Lent.

Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time – 20 x 45 – BBC TWO – 2010
Families will have the chance to live on the original Victorian Farm estate for one week, rediscovering the practical skills and self-sufficiency that our grandparents had, but which we have lost, whilst competing against each other mastering tasks and crafts from the Victorian age. Presented by Ben Fogle.

Sea Patrol UK - Series 2 8 x 60 – FIVE / National Geographic – 2010
For the elite emergency teams based on the south coast of England, enforcing order and combating disaster in the English Channel is a 24 hour-a-day job. This fascinating documentary series, Sea Patrol UK, charts the work of the elite teams that patrol the world’s busiest waterway – the English Channel.

Coastline Cops – 3 x 60 – ITV1 – 2009
Will shadow the elite police units tasked with keeping coastlines safe, including marine pursuit squads, police divers, beach patrols and cliff rescue teams. Narrated by David Morrissey. Episodes Include: Summer Blues / Asking For Trouble / Second Chances

Chinese School – Voted 4th most popular in the BBC Best of the Year Documentary 2008 / Shortlisted Best Documentary Series Broadcast Awards 2009.

Dangerous Adventures For Boys – 6 x 60 – FIVE – 2008
New Six Part TV Series – based on the Best Selling Book The Dangerous Book For Boys. Celebrity dads and their sons will go on exciting expeditions to experience iconic, Boys Own Adventures. Episodes Include: Battle Of Britain – Martin Kemp / SAS – Bradley Walsh / Tall Ships Jim Moir (aka Vic Reeves) – Motor Racing – Darren Campbell / WWII Spies – Lord Charlie Brockett – Steam Trains – Todd Carty.  

Alaskan Oilmen – Gamble On The Ice –
Alaska Week – Special 1 x 60 – Discovery Channel – 2008 Oil drillers travel to the Antarctic Circle in search of oil.

Chinese School 5 x 60 – BBC TWO / BBC FOUR / BBC World – 2008 Critically Acclaimed TV Series follows up with Chinese School, an Observational Documentary Series about Chinese Education. Episodes including: The Year Of The Golden Pig / Young Pioneers / Hard Beginnings / Olympic Fever / Loved Ones.

El Hoppo! – Rushes – Soho Shorts Festival 2008Festival Finalist one of three short films nominated for best short film this year.

Britain’s Best The Final 1 x 90 – UKTV History – 2007
UKTV History’s search for the nation’s favourite historic site ends with this special edition. Over half a million votes have been cast and now it’s time to reveal the winner! Presented by Alan Titchmarsh. Britain’s Best Regional 6 x 60 – UKTV History (Episodes divided into 6 Regionals) Revealing Britain’s Best favourite historic sites as voted for by the British public. Each episode focuses on a different region of the country. Presented by Fiona Bruce / Rory McGrath / Nick Hancock / Neil Oliver.

Big Ideas That Changed The WorldSeries 2 5 x 45 – Channel Five – 2007
New Second series of high profile documentary’s with people who’ve made their mark on history.Episodes including: Rev Jesse Jackson – Egalitarianism / Benazir Bhutto – Islam / Jonathon Porritt CBE – Consumerism / David Blunkett  – Nationalism Terry Waite CBETerrorism.

Britain’s Best – 5  x 60 – 1 x 90 – UKTV History – 2007 New Five Part Interactive History Series follows Alan Titchmarsh around the UK asking the public to vote for their favourite historic site. Features UKTV first content created exclusively for internet downloads and mobile. Episodes include: Castles / Historic Gardens / Palaces / Religious Building / Historic Houses.

El Hoppo! Short Film – The Audi Reel Talent Award – Sponsored by The Audi Channel – (Judges included – Composer David Arnold & Director Neil Hunter) Written & Directed by Marcus Shepherd – Produced by Jonathan Talyor (Dan Films) El Hoppo – A peaceful remote Spanish town is disturbed by the arrival of a hopping stranger, a man dishevelled and weary on a 20-year quest to hop the world. The villagers’ curiosity in him soon turns to suspicious dislike.

Oil Sweat & RigsSeries 2 10 x 60 – Discovery Channel US / Canada / Europe – 2007
Series which follows engineers tackle some of the most difficult offshore engineering projects in the most extreme conditions across the planet, from the frozen wastes of Canada to the Gulf of Mexico during the hurricane season Episodes including: Derrick Builders / Diamond / Doyson / Oklahoma / Oklahoma 2 / OSFI / Phoenix / Remote / Tarantula / Tetra.

Seconds From Disaster(Episode Columbia’s Last Flight) - Wins Gold World Medal 2006 New York Festivals

The Dearly Departed Belgium Short Film 18 min – Screens at the Kinepolis Gent (Belgium) February 2007. Directed By Nick Derutter – Produced by Martin Dewitte (Living Stone Film & TV Productions) – Supported by VAF A hard working but misunderstood employee discovers that a simple obituary can be a powerful weapon.

Scrappy Races Rally – 5 x 60 – Channel 4 – Discovery Channel 2006
Four teams of scrap-happy bodgers convert their assorted vehicles, using parts scavenged from the Scrapheap, to drive across some of the wildest terrain the UK has to offer, carrying out a range of challenges on the way. Presented by Robert Llewellyn & Cathy Rogers. Episodes including: Forest Stage / Sand Stage / Moorland Stage / Hill Stage / All Terrain Stage.

Leave No Trace – 10 x 30 – BBC ONE / BBC AMERICA – 2006 / UKTV People
Ten Part Prime-time series – forensic science techniques used at crimes scenes presented by Criminologist and writer Professor David Wilson – previously a presenter on BBC ONE Crime Squad – will look at some of the most notorious crimes of recent times, showing how forensic evidence helped in the hunt for the criminals.

Seconds From DisasterSeries 2 / 2.5 – 19 x 60 – National Geographic / National Geographic One – 2005 / 2006
Second series of the Award Winning popular documentary strand – using cutting edge CGI and powerful narratives which unpack with compelling stories of some of mankind’s biggest recent disasters.

‘…one of the most successful series in every territory’ – (C21 Factual Week Interview) Sydney Suissa, executive vp of content at National Geographic Channels.

Episodes including: Alpine Tsunami / American Embassy Bombings / Bali Disco Bombing / Columbia Space Shuttle /Everglades Plane Crash /   M1 Motorway Plane Crash / Hindenburg Air Ship / King’s Cross Fire / Kobe Earthquake / Mount St. Helens Eruption / Paris Train Crash / Puerto Rico Gas Explosion / Schiphol Plane Crash / Singapore Hotel Collapse / Sioux City Crash Landing / Hyatt Skywalk Collapse / The Kursk / TWA Flight 800 / Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster.

Scrapheap Challenge – The Scrappy RacesSeries  3 – 9 x 60 – Channel 4 – Discovery Channel – 2005
Five teams – Five cars – One winner – Which team can build the best car – and then put that car to the ultimate Scrapheap Challenge. Presented by Robert Llewellyn & Cathy Rogers

Big Ideas That Changed The World – 6 x 45 – Channel Five – 2005
Six Part high profile documentary series with people who’ve made their mark on history -Episodes including: Mikhail Gorbachev - Communism  / Archbishop Desmond TutuChristianity  Tony Benn  – Democracy Joseph Stiglitz  - CapitalismGermaine Greer  – Feminism /   Bjorn LomborgEnvironmentalism

Test Case – 60 x 25 Discovery Channel – 2006 – (six language versions)
New series of behind the scenes look at test centers – how everyday products are tested for safety and functionality. Including cars, planes and products we use everyday – a scientific series full of action and fun. Episodes including: Fire / Megaforce / Water / Sports / Cars Inside / Planes & Space / Cars Outside / Personal Security / On Wheels

The Sofa Short Film shot on 35mm – Clockwork Pictures 2006 – Supported by UK Film Council / Working Title Screening at: Edinburgh International Film Festival 2006 / Curzon Cinemas – Mayfair London 7 days before Christmas 8-year old Barry Harris does something unspeakable. We’ve all been there before.

Scrapheap Challenge – The Scrappy RacesSeries  2 – 9 x 60 – Channel 4 – Discovery Channel -  2004
Five teams – Five cars – One winner – Which team can build the best car – and then put that car to the ultimate Scrapheap Challenge. Presented by Robert Llewellyn & Cathy Rogers.

Rebuilding Stonehenge – (Mysterious Science) – Voted One Of The Best Of National Geographic 1 x 120 – National Geographic / Channel 5 / Natural History Channel – Granada International / ARTE – 2005 / 2006 Uncovering all the secrets and mysteries that surround Stonehenge with CGI, and a life size replica of the world-famous monument, we follow through time the myths and legends to find the truth behind the real reason for Stonehenge.

Stonehenge – The Ultimate Experiment Live! – 1 x 60 – 1 x 90 – Channel Five – Granada International – 2005
Two-part live broadcast following the construction of a life-size replica of the world-famous pre-historic monument presented by John Suchet and Kate Sanderson.

Scrapheap Challenge – The Scrappy RacesSeries 1 – 9 x 60 – Channel 4 – Discovery Channel – 2003
Five teams – Five cars – One winner – Which team can build the best car – and then put that car to the ultimate Scrapheap Challenge. Presented by Robert Llewellyn & Cathy Rogers

The Real CSI – 6 x 30 – Channel Five – Court TV – Men & Motors – TRUTV
The Real CSI shows us in a raw, gritty and fast-paced style actual cases that have been solved in the most visited city in the United States: Las Vegas. Episodes including: Against All Odds / Amati: Thrill Killings / Clifton A Murder Mystery / Deadly Road Rage / Finnegan / Toledo

Las Vegas CSU (Crime Scene Unit) – 2 x 60 – Courtroom Television Network (US & CANADA) – Crime Scene & Investigation Network (Australia) Las Vegas CSU reveals the reality behind the CBS drama series CSI. Each programme combines the reconstruction of past crime cases – from forensic investigations to the final prosecution. Episodes including: A Deadly Game / Against All Odds