Arthur Williams is to explore remote regions which can only be accessed by the air in a Blast! Films documentary for Channel 4.
Secret Life of Cats producer Oxford Scientific Films has lured Alan Titchmarsh from Spun Gold to front a series about Buckingham Palace’s garden.
Channel 4 is to imagine what the country would look like if Ukip was in power in a docu-drama produced by Raw TV.
Alex Polizzi is to front a restaurant rescue series for BBC2 as the channel bids to refresh its 7pm slot.
BBC3’s Great British Bake Off-style hairdressing competition Hair is set to become the latest brand to move to BBC2.
BBC2 has ordered a three-part series from BBC Scotland investigating the science behind personalised diets and whether they are the best way to lose weight.
Masterchef host Gregg Wallace is to front one of two major orders picked up by RDF Television for the BBC.
Channel 4 has ordered a fourth series of Twofour’s fixed-rig classroom format Educating…
Shine Soho, the indie label behind all UK MasterChef series, has lured Mary Berry away from Love Productions for her latest BBC2 format.
Drama producers Rainmark Films and Archery Pictures have secured separate deals to produce series for ITV and Channel 4
Channel 5 is to explore poverty through the eyes of children in a one-off documentary from Spun Gold.
Channel 4 is developing a drama exploring the reasons some British-born Muslims are joining the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) with Liza Marshall’s fledgling indie Archery Pictures.
Animal Planet has ordered Meet The Orangutans, an eight-part follow up to its hit series Meet The Sloths.
Comedy Central has taken Big Talk comedy Mummy’s Boys to series after producing a non-TX pilot last year.
Yalli Productions is to pilot a gameshow format for Channel 4 in which contestants must agree how to divide up a prize pot into unequal amounts.
Jonathan Ross has signed up for a further two series of his ITV chat show – keeping him on the channel until at least the end of 2015.
ITV has ordered its first original commission for Sky pay-TV channel Encore, a Sean Bean-fronted drama about Frankenstein.
Channel 4 has teamed up with Box TV and events company Live Nation to broadcast a series of performances from Manchester’s Platform Festival.
Oxford Scientific Films will explore the story of legendary racehorse Frankel in a Channel 4 documentary ahead of Royal Ascot next year.