Atlantic doc to focus on trees
Call for 30-minute script submissions
Regional indies urged to pitch ideas
Orders raft of documentaries
Keeping Faith follows Hinterland’s footsteps
Kate Phillips sets out commissioning plans
Access funds will enable more writer-led projects
One-off follows lead up to Klitschko fight
BBC Studios to produce six-part series
Investigates sleep for BBC1 strand
Raw to produce three-parter
The Forge to produce Collateral
Ties with Arts Councils
Remarkable format features cast of 100 singers
Bafta-winning comedy secures third run
Dragonfly scores eight-part recommission
Ties with DHX Media for 13-part series
NFTS graduate & Imperial College professor backed
Partnership with Daily Mash wins 10-part order
BBC America orders eight-part series
Phil McIntyre Television to produce
Short Form Film lands 10-part kids’ show
Green Door prepares week-long event
BBC2 plots social experiment
Boundless secures extended second run
Cop drama to air on Sunday evening
Avanti and Nine Lives win competitive tender
Panda Television scores Saturday show
BBC1 plans second series
Windfall secures second series
Susanne Bier reveals script is being developed
Sally Wainwright reps 19th century love story
Lucy Worsley to front two-part doc
Kudos to produce Westminster drama
Studio Lambert format returns for second series
Broadcaster orders three docs
BBC2 order four-part WW2 series
Bake Off winner scores BBC2 series
David Young preps Letterbox
David Attenborough to present
Kit Harington to front Kudos drama
1212 Prods lands three-part music series
Bain, Morris & Beesley prep Ill Behaviour
Drama chief Piers Wenger has made his first major commission since joining the BBC – ordering an Ian McEwan adaptation from Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sunnymarch TV.
BBC2 channel editor Patrick Holland has recommissioned Label 1’s NHS documentary Hospital for a further two series.
BBC2 is to dramatise the real-life testimony of gay men who suffered under the draconian legal system of the 1950s.
Radio 1 has ordered a Valentine’s Day-themed series hosted by DJ Alice Levine for its iPlayer channel.
Only The Best Productions, the indie established by former BT Sport executive Grant Best, has scored a BBC1 documentary in which Rio Ferdinand will explore grief.
The live stage show of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s dysfunctional comedy Fleabag is being lined up to air on the BBC.
Cactus TV has retained the £5m contract to produce BBC weekend cooking format Saturday Kitchen.
The BBC tendering process is in the spotlight after BBC Studios fought off competition from more than a dozen indies to win the first competitive pitch to make A Question Of Sport.
ITV is eyeing “marmite” daytime formats that can move into primetime, while the BBC is searching for diverse, live series that appeal to the whole country, as both broadcasters freshen up their daytime schedules.
BBC iPlayer has commissioned a vegan docu-drama written and directed by stand-up comedian Simon Amstell.
BBC Studios has won the £4m tender to make A Question of Sport – the first show to be put up for grabs after the broadcaster scrapped its in-house guarantee.
Ginger Spice Geri Horner is to feature in an Outline Productions documentary as part of the BBC’s My Generation strand.
Dot To Dot Productions is producing an animated dinosaur pre-school series featuring Kathy Burke, Sarah Lancashire and Andrew Scott for CBeebies.
Dragonfly is to explore the persecution of people with albinism in East Africa in a one-off special for This World.
BBC Studios is adapting Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman novel Good Omens for Amazon and BBC2.
BBC2’s Inside No. 9 is to return for a fourth series – and creators Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith are promising a lighter tone to the black comedy.
Blink Films has landed a one-off BBC1 documentary exploring the physiological effects of stress as part of a season of mental health programming to play across the BBC this spring.