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2017

 

MISSION GALAPAGOS 3 x 60’

Atlantic Productions for BBC Director: Ben Lawrie

Liz Bonnin explores the natural history of the inaccessible islands and their surrounding waters with the help of the research vessel Alucia and its submersible and helicopter capabilities. 

 

Louis Theroux-Trafficking Sex

BBC:Director Jamie Pickup

Louis Theroux spends time on the streets of Houston looking at the troubled lives of sex workers.

 

Louis Theroux-Murder in Milwaukee

BBC:Directer Jason Massot

After the recent troubles in middle American towns and gun violence, Louis Theroux looks at the city of Milwaukee and its problems with homicide.

 

Louis Theroux-Heroin Town

BBC:Director Dan Child

Louis Theroux looks at the Opiate problem that has a stranglehold on the town of Huntington West Virginia.

 

 

One Strange Rock

Nutopia-National Geographic:Director Alice Jones

New global series exploring the fragility and wonder of Planet Earth, one of the strangest places in the entire universe.

 

Secrets Of The Human Body 3 x 60'

BBC:Director-Matt Dyas

A landmark, ground-breaking science series revealing extraordinary new advances in our understanding of human biology.

 

2016  

 

DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S THE GREAT BARRIER REEF 3 x 60’
Atlantic Productions for BBC1: Director Mike Davis TX 2016
David Attenborough travels to the Great Barrier Reef and uncovers one of the most complex and fascinating eco systems on the planet.

 

LOUIS THEROUX-SAVILE 1 X 75’

BBC:Director Arthur Cary

Louis tries to understand how Jimmy Savile was able to getaway with his crimes.

 

FORCES OF NATURE 5 X 60’
BBC:Directors Various

Professor Brian Cox takes viewers on a grand tour of planet earth to explain what lies behind its startling beauty.

 

ITALY’S INVISIBLE CITIES 3 X 60’

BBC1 Directors: Harvey Lilley/Lucy Swingler

Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott embark on a journey of hidden treasures in Naples, Venice and Florence.

 

JAMIE OLIVER’S FAMILY SUPER FOOD 6 x 30’

CH4:Director Marha Delap

Jamie travels the world to bring us healthy recipes from his new book.

                  

KILL COMMAND – FEATURE
Vertigo Films: Director Steven Gomez

Set in near future, technology reliant society that pits man against killing machines.

 

LOUIS THEROUX- DRINKING TO OBLIVION 1 X 60’
BBC:Director Tom Barrow

Louis spends time in a South London hospital immersing himself in the lives Of people with alcohol addiction.

 

 

2015

 

BECKHAM:FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME
BBC:Director Matt Smith

David Beckham takes a unique journey as he plays seven games of football on seven continents in 10 days.

 

VIKINGS 1 x 90’
BBC: Director Harvey Lilley
Dan Snow travels through the UK, Iceland and Greenland to end up in North America and discovers the most western Viking settlement to date.

 

JAMIE OLIVER’S EVERYDAY SUPER FOOD 6 x 30'
CH4:Director Marha Delap

Jamie travels the world to bring us healthy recipes from his new book.

 

JAMIE OLIVER SUGAR RUSH 1 x 60’
CH4: Director Vicki Cooper

Jamie investigates sugars huge contribution to global heath problems like obesity and type 2 diabetes.

 

LOUIS THEROUX-TRANSGENDER KIDS 1 x 60’
BBC: Director Tom Barrow

Louis travels to San Francisco where a group of pioneering medical professionals are helping kids who say they were born in the wrong body.

 

COMIC RELIEF-JACK BLACK-UGANDA
Director:Iain Thomson

Jack Black presents the first ever Comic Relief USA.

 

UNICEF-SOUTH SUDAN 1 x 60'
Director: Iain Thomson

Traveling to the war-torn country with Tom Hiddleston to highlight the problem of child soldiers across the nation.

 

LOUIS THEROUX:BY REASON OF INSANITY 2 X 60’
BBC:Director Jamie Pickup

Louis spends time with patients in an Ohio hospital who have committed crimes and been deemed not guilty by reason of insanity.

 

2014

 

DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S CONQUEST OF THE SKIES 3 X 60’
Colossus Productions for Sky 3D

Director: David Lee
David Attenborough presents a programme using 3D, spectacular CGI and natural history to show the history of animal flight.

 

FRIDAY NIGHT FEAST 6 x 60’
Fresh One Productions for C4: Director Chris Faith
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty open their Café at the end of Southend Pier for another series.

 

SEVEN WONDERS OF THE COMMONWEALTH 1 x 60’
BBC Bristol: Director Harvey Lilley

Traveling across New Zealand, The Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea looking at some of the commonwealth’s natural history.

 

JAMIE OLIVER’S COMFORT FOOD
Fresh One for CH4: Director Mike Matthews
Jamie cooks up his favourite nostalgic dishes.

 

DAVID BECKHAM:INTO THE UNKNOWN 1 x 90’
Brazil for BBC: Director Anthony Mandler
David Beckham embarks on a trip down the amazon and into the jungle to escape the glare of the world’s media.

 

DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 3D
IMAX 3D/Sky 3D: Director Dan Smith

Nominated for 2014 BAFTA Craft Award: Sound Factual Winner of BAFTA Specialist factual
Nominated for Wildscreen Award Best Sound
Sir David Attenborough spends a night at the Natural History Museum in London watching the ancient creatures inside come to life.

 

2013

 

GARY BARLOW’S JOURNEY TO AFGHANISTAN 1 x 60’
ITV: Director Iain Thompson

Gary Barlow travels to Afghanistan to entertain the troops with an impromptu concert accompanied by talented British soldier musicians.

 

FRIDAY NIGHT FEAST 6 x 60’
Fresh One Productions for C4: Director Chris Faith
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty travel the UK in a culinary exploration.

 

THE MOANING OF LIFE 5 x 60’
Me & You Productions for Sky One: Directors Various.

Karl Pilkington goes it alone travelling the world to explore the major issues in life in five parts: Marriage, Death, Kids, Vocation, Happiness.

 

ONE DIRECTION:THIS IS US  feature film for 2013 release
Sony Pictures: Director Morgan Spurlock

Behind the scenes on the world tour with boy band sensation One Direction.

 

KEEPING BRITAIN ALIVE: THE NHS IN A DAY 8 x 60’
The Garden for BBC 2: Director Paddy Wivell

Following personal stories throughout the NHS in Britain in one day.

 

COMIC RELEIF with ONE DIRECTION in Ghana
Fulwell 73 for BBC 1: Director Ben Winston

On this charitable journey, Boyband One Direction visit children in hospitals and meet people living and working in slums in Ghana.

 

ALIENS: A DEFINITIVE GUIDE 2 x 60’
Arrow Media for the Discovery Channel: Director Mike Davis
In this documentary series Top scientists from NASA discuss the likelihood of the existence of aliens and how they might look and live.

 

2012

 

HESTON BLUMENTHAL’S MEGA FOODS 7 x 60’
Betty TV for C4: Director Jay Taylor

Heston turns everyday foods into huge meals big enough to feed a town of hungry people.

 

FOOD FIGHT CLUB 4 x 60’
Fresh One Productions for C4: Director Chris Faith
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty take on Europe in a series of culinary battles.

 

ROSS KEMP: INVISIBLE WOUNDED 1 x 60’
Freshwater Films for SKY ONE: Director Tom Sheahan

Ross Kemp investigates the potential fall out from post-traumatic stress disorder caused by modern day warfare in this sensitive documentary.

 

AN IDIOT ABROAD 3: THE SHORT WAY ROUND 3 x 60’
Risk Productions for SKY ONE: Various Directors
2014 National Television Awards Nom: Most Popular Factual Prog
Karl Pilkington is joined by Warwick Davies to retrace Marco Polo’s trip along the Silk Route on another adventure taking them around the world.

 

JIMMY AND THE GIANT SUPERMARKET 3 x 60’
Fresh One Productions for C4: Director Tom Sheahan
Jimmy Doherty takes three of Tesco’s best selling home brand products and tries to make higher welfare versions.


LOUIS THEROUX: EXTREME LOVE: AUTISM 1 x 60’
BBC 2: Director Jamie Pickup
Louis Theroux spends time in the school and at the homes of autistic children in New Jersey, USA.


WONDERLAND: TWO JEWS ON A CRUISE 1 x 60’
BBC 2: Director Paddy Wivell
Hasidic Londoners Gaby and Tikwah Lock go on a kosher cruise

 

2011

 

JAMIE’S CHRISTMAS 2 x 90’
C4: Director Mike Matthews
Jamie Oliver celebrates Christmas cooking in style at his home.    


AN IDIOT ABROAD 2: THE BUCKET LIST 8 x 60’
Risk Productions for SKY ONE: Various Directors

2011 RTS Awards Nominated: Popular Factual And Features
2011 RTS Awards Nominated: Presenter
2012 Bafta Nominated: Constructed Factual

Karl Pilkington is once again sent around the world by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.


LOUIS THEROUX: MIAMI MEGA JAIL 2 x 60’
BBC: Director Emma Cooper
Louis Theroux spends time in the Miami jail to witness the American legal system holding prisoners for years before trial.

 

2010

 

LOUIS THEROUX: America’s most hated family in crisis 1 x 60’
BBC: Director Emma Cooper
Louis Theroux revisits the Phelps family, extremist religious campaigners.


A NIGHT IN THE WOODS  Feature film for release in 2012
Vertigo Films: Director Richard Parry

Three acquaintances get more than they bargained for when they camp for a night in a wood.on Dartmoor


JAMIE'S BRITAIN 4 x 60’
C4: Director Pamela Gordon
Jamie Oliver cooks with some of Britain's local culinary heroes.


AN IDIOT ABROAD 8 x 60'
Sky One: Directors Various
2012 National Television Awards Nom: Most Popular Factual Prog
2011 BPG TV&R Awards Nom: Multichannel    
2011 British Comedy Awards Nom: Best Comedy Entertainment Programme    
Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant send Karl Pilkington to see the seven wonders of the modern world to broaden his mind.

 

2009

 

BEAR GRYLLS MAN vs WILD: Urban Special 1 x 60'
Discovery: Director Nick White
For the first time Bear Grylls tackles an extreme urban environment.


THE SECRET LIFE OF THE FARMYARD: Cows 1 x 60'
BBC 2: Director Jude Ho
Jimmy Doherty discovers that cows are more intelligent than you might think.


BEAR GRYLLS MAN vs WILD: Big Sky Country 1 x 60’
Discovery: Director Konrad Begg

Bear Grylls survives in the Rockies.


THE WONDERS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM 5 x 60’
BBC 2/Science Channel: Director Paul Olding

2010 RTS Winner: Best Presenter
2010 RTS Winner: Best Science/Natural History Programme
2011 BPG TV&R Awards Winner: Best Documentary Series
2011 BPG TV&R Awards Winner: Best TV Performer in a Non-acting Role
George Foster Peabody Award (US) Winner: for excellence in documentary film-making

Professor Brian Cox travels to India, Ethiopia and the US using the features on our planet to explain the complex structures of the Solar System.    


BEAR GRYLLS MAN vs WILD: Vietnam Jungle 1 x 60’
Discovery: Director Sid Bennett
Bear Grylls survives in the challenging jungles of Vietnam.


LOUIS THEROUX: A Place for Paedophiles 1 x 60’
BBC 2: Director Emma Cooper   
2009 BAFTA TV Awards Nom: Best Single documentary
2009 RTS Winner: Best Presenter
Louis Theroux investigates a US hospital for sexually violent predators


THE CELL 3 x 60’
 BBC: Directors Andrew Thomson/Alison Rooper
Dr Adam Rutherford takes a journey from the discovery of the cell to cutting-edge human embryonic stem cell science.


SEVEN AGES OF BRITAIN: 7 x 60’
BBC: Various Directors
David Dimbleby looks at the history of Britain through the medium of art and antiquities.

 

2008

 

PREDATOR X: 1 x 60’
Discovery: Director Sid Bennett
The recent discovery of a fossil in Norway leads a scientific team investigate a sea creature 3 times the size of a T-Rex swimming the pre-historic seas.

 

LOUIS THEROUX: Law and disorder in Johannesburg 1x 60'
BBC: Director Paddy Wivell

Louis Theroux takes to the streets of Jo’burg with private security firms to look at violent crime in one of the most dangerous cities in the world.

 

LOUIS THEROUX: Law and disorder in Philadelphia
1 x 60’ BBC: Director Emma Cooper
Louis Theroux tackles the issues of lawlessness on the streets of Philadelphia with the local police department.


 THE HUMAN JOURNEY 1 x 60’
BBC: Director Ed Bazelgette
Dr Alice Roberts travels through Asia to Australasia tracing the migration of early man.
 

PROJECT EARTH 6 x 60’
Discovery: Director Sid Bennett
A team of three scientists explore new ways to mitigate climate change.

 

LOUIS THEROUX:African hunting holiday 1 x 60’
BBC: Director Paddy Wivell
Louis Theroux looks at South African big game hunting and management.

2007      

 

 MASTER OF THE UNIVERSE 2 x 60’
C4: Director Gary Johnston
Prof Stephen Hawking presents a documentary about black holes and string theory.

 

TOUGH GIG 6 x 30’
ITV: Director Angelo Acosta
Six comedians spend time with a community of people and perform a comedy sketch about their experience.

 

WAVE RIDERS 1 x 90’
16mm feature documentary
Besom Productions. Director: Joel Conroy


2008 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival: Audience Choice Award Winner
2009 Irish Film and TV Awards: George Morrison Feature Documentary Award Winner

The history of Irish surfing and big wave surfing in Ireland today.

 

DAPHNE 1 x 90’
BBC: Director Clare Beavan
Dramatisation of the life of writer Daphne Du Maurier.

 

JUDGEMENT DAY 1 x 90’
PBS/Nova: Director Gary Johnstone

2008 George Foster Peabody Award (US) Winner: for excellence in documentary film-making
2008 AAS Science Journalism Award Winner.
2008 ABA Silver Gavel Award Winner
Cine Golden Eagle Award Winner

Drama documentary on religious theories being taught in the science classroom.

 

2006

 

PARIS 3 x 60
BBC 2: Directors Jonty Claypole/Tim Dunn
A cultural history of the romantic city.

 

THE APPRENTICE 6 x 40’
BBC1/Talk Back: Various Directors

2007 RTS Winner: Features and Factual Entertainment
2007 Broadcast Winner: Best Entertainment Programme
2006 BAFTA Winner: Pioneer award
2006 National TV Awards Winner: Most popular reality Programme
2006 Rose D’or Winner: Reality Show.

Sir Alan Sugar gives budding entrepreneurs another chance to work under his wing.

 

SECOND HELPINGS 1 x 75’
C4: Director Nick Hornby
Jamie Oliver returns to follow up his national school dinner campaign.

 

JAMIE’S CHEF 3 x 60’
C4: Director Kim Maddever
Students of Jamie Oliver’s ‘Fifteen’ compete for the management position in a gastropub.

 

THE SEARCH FOR COOL 1 x 60'
C4: Director James Kent

Advertising guru Martin Cole searches the street for the meaning of cool.

 

FAT PAGEANT 1 x 60’
C5: Director Kerry Brierley
The bold and the beautiful ladies of the Caribbean fight it out for the crown of the larger lady.

 

2005        

 

THE MESSAGE 6 x 30'
BBC3: Various Directors (Multiformat)
Advertisement-style comedy sketch series.

 

 PREHISTORIC PARK 6 x 60'
ITV: Director Sid Bennett (S16mm)Presenter Nigel Marvin travels back in time to 'rescue' prehistoric beasts in this natural history documentary.

 

THE SECRETARY THAT STOLE 4.5 MILLION 1 x 90'
BBC2: Director Colin Barr
Drama in which Meera Syal plays real-life Goldman Sachs PA Joyti De Lauri, convicted of stealing £4.5 million from her boss.

 

EINSTEIN’S BIG IDEA 1 x 120'
C4: Director Gary Johnstone
Period drama depicting the events that led to the creation of Einstein's famous equation.

 

2004        

 

JAMIE'S SCHOOL DINNERS: 4 x 60'
C4: Directors Dominique Walker/Guy Gilbert

2006 BAFTA TV Awards Winner: Best Factual Series
2005 National TV Awards Winner: Best Factual Programme
2005 National TV Awards Winner: Special Recognition Award

Jamie Oliver optimistically tries to improve the diet of reluctant school kids
using fresh vegetables and campaigning tactics.

 

GHENGHIS KHAN: 1x 90'
BBC1, Director: Ed Bazalgette

Dramatic recreation of the life and battles of the great warrior filmed on location in Mongolia.

 

DIET JUNKIES: 1 x 60'
BBC2, Director: Andrew O'Connell
Modern history series revealing the food giants' manipulation of our pursuit of weight loss.

 

EXTRAORDINARY ILLNESSES: OCD. 1 x 60'
C5, Director: Anna Davies. Landmark Films
Intimate documentary revealing the painful lives of those suffering from Obsessive compulsive disorders.

 

MAKE ME HONEST. 6 x 60'
BBC2, Director: Lucy Sandswinch. Century Films.
2006 Grierson Award: Nominated Best Documentary Series
Documentary series following young ex-offenders newly released from prison

 

THE TRUTH ABOUT KILLING 2 x 60'
C4, Directors: Gary Johnstone/Jonah Weston. Tigress Prods.
Series about the calculated psychological methods employed to turn ordinary soldiers into more effective killers.

 

WHEN HITLER INVADED BRITAIN 1 x 90'
ITV, Director: Stephen Clarke. Granada TV Productions
Fantasy dramatisation of British life in WWII, where Hitler attacks the British Home Guard by invading the South Coast of England.


2003    

 

SEVEN INDUSTRIAL WONDERS: Brooklyn Bridge 1 x 90'
BBC2, Director: Paul Wilmshurst, starring Stephen Berkoff.

2004 BAFTA: Huw Wheldon Award for Factual Series or Strand Nom.
2004 RTS Award: Best Science and Natural History Nom.
Period drama-doc recreates the making of the Brooklyn Bridge.

CROWDED SKIES. 1 x 60'
C4, Director: Julia Harrington. Blast Films
Drama-doc on the consequences of overstretching the UK's air traffic control.


STRAW DOGS, MANTRAP. 1 x 60'
C4, Director: Paul Joyce. Presented by Mark Kermode. Lucida Productions. Documentary on the making of the film 'Straw Dogs', directed by Sam Peckinpah.


DAMBUSTERS. 2x 90'
C4, Director: Gary Johnstone. Tigress Productions.
Ambitious documentary recounting the science and drama of the famous RAF raids in 1943, while modern trainee RAF pilots train to recreate the same mission.

 

HANDEL’S WATER MUSIC. 1 x 60'
BBC2, Director: Fergus O'Brian
Reconstruction of Handel's orchestral staging of this work performed with period instruments on barges travelling down the river Thames.

 

SOUL NATION. 3 x 60'
C4, Director: Helen Littleboy,  Diverse Productions

Documentaries series tracing the history of British soul music presented by Trevor Nelson.

 

CHATTING TO DEATH. 1 x 60'
C4, Director: Zizi Durrance. ZKK Films

Users of a suicide chatroom on the internet discuss their own lives and the deaths they have encountered

 

GORGEOUS GEORGE: 1 x 90'
BBC, Director: Colin Barr, starring David Suchet
Docu-drama about the life of George Carman QC.

 

THE BATTLE OF BISMARCK AND HOOD: 2 x 90'
ITV, Director: Gary Johnstone. ITN Factual
Two part docu-drama series on the Battle of the North Atlantic and the search for the ships' wrecks.

 

HUMAN INSTINCT: Altruism: 1 of 3 x 90'
BBC1, Director: Sam Starbuck, presenter Prof Lord Robert Winston
Documentary exploring the biological basis of human behaviour.

 

HORIZON: Gene Therapy: 1 x 60'
BBC 2, Director: Andrew Cohen
The breakthroughs achieved in gene therapy treatment, seen through the eyes of an American family who lost their son in an experimental research study.

 

UNTITLED: 3 x 60'
C4- not broadcast for legal reasons. Director: Kate Moore
Documentary series reveals how a 30-year-old gained a place at Sixth Form College by posing as a 16 year old student, and how he coped after enrolment

 

2001        

 

FRANK SKINNER ON FRANK SKINNER 1 x 60'
C4, Director: Paul Wilmshurst. Avalon Productions.

Profile of Frank Skinner’s life.

 

SEX LIVES OF THE ANCIENTS: Ancient Egypt 1 of 3 x 60'
C4, Director: Gary Johnstone. Optomen Television.
Drama documentary series revealing the sexual attitudes of the ancient Egyptians.

 

THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT 1 x 60'
C4, Director: Katharine English. Wark Clements Productions.
 
Documentary investigating three Catholic teenagers in Italy who murdered a nun.

 

HORIZON: Water on Mars 1 x 60'
BBC2, Director: Sam Roberts.
Documentary proving the potential for life on Mars

 

MICHAEL JACKSON: Personal archive footage
Director: Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson’s personal sound recordist on his March 2001 London visit, covering his public appearances and personal engagements including as the best man at Uri Geller's wedding.

 

2000             

 

 LOST 1 x 60'
C4: Director Paul Wilmshurst.
Documentary following ordinary people who changed their identity to begin new lives.

 

LIVING WITH CANCER 6 x 40'
BBC 2: Directors Charlotte Moore and Emma Hindley.

RTS Award Winner 2001, 'Best Documentary'.
Major series following individual's responses to cancer treatment.  

 

THE REAL HANNIBAL LECTERS. 3 x 60'
C4, Director: Katharine English. 3BM Productions.
Series on cannibalism, shot in Japan, USA and Russia.

 

THE GAMBLER. 3 x 60'
C4, Director: Paul Wilmshurst. Diverse Productions.
Writer Jonathan Rendal journeys around the world to gamble £12,000.

 

1999        

 

THE ANATOMY OF DISGUST. 3 x 60'
C4, Director: Gary Johnstone. Optomen Television.
The cultural psychology of disgust as expressed across the world.

 

LIVING IN THE E-WORLD. 4 x 5'
C4, Director: Stuart Everett. Brewer's Productions.
Short films showing how the computer age radically affects people's lives.      

 

FIRE AT SEA. 1 x 60'
C5, Director: Michael Douglas. Wall to Wall Productions.

New technologies in fighting fire developed following disasters at sea

 

1998        

 

SECRETS AND LINES. 1 x 60'
C4, Director: Paul Wilmshurst. Blast Films.
Drama-doc created from transcripts of interviews with cocaine dealers

 

GREAT BANK ROBBERIES. 1 X 60'
ITV, Director: Gary Johnstone. Seventh Art
Re-enacting three of the greatest bank robberies in the world

 

WHITE TRIBE. 3 x 60'
C4, Director: Paul Wilmshurst, presenter, Darcus Howe.
Diverse Productions.

2000 Prix Europa: Nominated for multicultural award
2001 Grierson Award: shortlisted.
Darcus Howe travels Britain in search of the English identity, finding a culture in crisis

 

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