Channel 4 has commissioned a daytime property format from Love It or List It indie Raise the Roof.
ITV is continuing its push to mine Talpa’s rich vein of entertainment shows after ordering a talent contest based on its international format Challenge Me.
The stories of five teenage mothers will be told in a one-off documentary for Channel 4.
Former EastEnders writer Tony Jordon is to create a 90-minute biopic about actress Dame Barbara Windsor’s life to air on BBC1 later this year.
BBC4 boss Cassian Harrison wants to build on slow TV and explore other storytelling techniques, including self-filming and crowdsourcing.
E4 has ordered a Pimp My Ride-style car makeover format from Electric Ray.
A social services-themed comedy sitcom penned by Jo Brand has been picked up by Channel 4 after airing as a one-off on Sky Arts.
Outline Productions is to explore the Airbnb phenomenon in a one-off film for Channel 4.
Channel 4 has ordered a supersized version of The Secret Life of the Zoo, more the doubling the length of its original run.
ITV has commissioned a daytime quiz show created and hosted by Bradley Walsh.
BBC3 has commissioned a second series of comedy Witless from Objective Fiction.
BBC4 is to build on the slow TV phenomenon with a live trainspotting series that will be stripped across three consecutive nights.
The untimely deaths of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury and American singer Karen Carpenter will be explored in two feature-length Channel 5 drama documentaries.
Tern TV is to locate and restore lost masterpieces, before returning them to galleries as part of a raft of BBC4 arts commissions.
Kevin Lygo has hit the ground running in his bid to establish more mid-week entertainment formats on ITV after commissioning a Holly Willoughby-fronted dating show.
Penelope Keith is travelling across the country to visit the Queen’s official residences for a four-part Channel 4 series.
The Chuckle Brothers and Tinchy Stryder are some of the celebrities set to prank members of the public with dodgy driving in an ad-funded shorts series for All 4.
The BBC and UKTV are both delving behind the scenes of the emergency services with separate fly-on-the-wall documentaries following UK ambulance crews.