Leopard Films chief creative officer Todd Austin is leaving the Argonon-owned business after four years.
Left Bank chief executive Andy Harries and Southcliffe writer Tony Grisoni are among leading industry figures set to speak at expanding Nordic TV conference TV Drama Vision.
Baby Cow Animation founder Tim Searle has been appointed by Tiger Aspect as its creative director of animation and children’s.
Shameless star Tina Malone is returning to TLC for a one-off documentary produced by True North.
Lion Television’s Julia Bradbury-fronted series The Wonder of Britain has been temporarily shelved by ITV due to a poor ratings.
UK indies are looking to supercharge their non-scripted ambitions in the US and get shows away with broadcast networks as a record number attend next week’s Realscreen.
Former Manchester United players including Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes are to star in a three-part Electric Ray documentary for BBC1 about their acquisition of non-league Salford City FC.
Ugly Brother Studios is using its investment from Sky Vision to help it emerge from a spell of more conservative commissioning patterns in the US.
24 Hours in A&E indie The Garden has won two commissions from ITV: a four-part series about ordinary heroes and a one-off film exploring household pests.
The Crown, Netflix’s £100m biopic of Queen Elizabeth II, is due to start filming in the UK this July according to director Stephen Daldry.
Tiger Aspect has resurrected legendary comedy character Mr Bean for the BBC’s Red Nose Day coverage this March.
E4 will take to the slopes with a companion series for Channel 4 celebrity winter sports format The Jump.
Wolf Hall producer Company Pictures has snapped up the rights to Jessie Burton’s bestselling book The Miniaturist.
Simon Cowell’s indie Over The Top Productions has partnered with Objective Productions for a 30-part daytime gameshow for BBC2.
Miranda Hart and David Walliam’s fledgling indie King Bert Productions is to pilot a sitcom set in a porn shop for Channel 4.
Hat Trick Productions and Avalon Entertainment are to make an audacious bid for BBC3 in an attempt to save it as a TV channel.
Undercover Boss executive producer Cal Turner has joined FremantleMedia UK indie Boundless to oversee the new series of The Apprentice.
Russell T Davies is developing a drama about British gay men facing the impact of AIDS in the 1980s as the follow-up to his forthcoming Channel 4 series Cucumber.
Latimer Films, the fledgling indie responsible for Channel 4’s Penny Woolcock documentary Going To The Dogs, is ramping up its TV ambitions after hiring former Dragonfly executive Tamara Abood.
Former Dragonfly managing director Simon Dickson will create his own label within Shiver as ITV Studios’ factual arm attempts to boost its documentary output.
Kudos chief executive Jane Featherstone will seek a fresh drama challenge when she returns to work in 2016 following her departure from the Endemol Shine Group-owned indie.
The BBC has lifted the curtain on a season of programming celebrating song and dance which will stretch across radio and TV.
Richard E Grant is to investigate the origins of the seven deadly sins and their effect on humans and the animal kingdom in a factual series for Discovery UK.
Stacey Dooley Investigates producer Watershed TV is to merge with sister company Twenty Twenty to create a broader creative team.
Acorn Productions, the indie behind Foyle’s War and the Agatha Christie adaptations, has struck an umbrella deal with the founders of former drama powerhouse Red Rooster.
BBC1 has picked up a second series of The Housing Enforcers from Twofour.
Alan Titchmarsh has signed up to present his first programme for Channel 4, a three-part series about Britain’s master gardener of the 1700s.
Liberty of London indie Rize USA will again immerse itself in luxury as it visits the world’s most exclusive hotel for a Channel 4 documentary.