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MONDAY: A Very British Airline recorded decent ratings on its maiden voyage – transporting almost 3m viewers for BBC2.
Emma Lorenz, the BBC head of channel development behind BBC3’s Life and Death Row and forthcoming BBC1 doc The Met, is to join Lion Television as director of development.
US cable network Travel Channel is remaking Lion Television’s British genealogy series Find My Past.
Raymond Blanc is to transform an area of Kew Gardens into a fruit and vegetable allotment for a BBC2 series.
Key execs from BBC Worldwide, Shine, All3Media, Channel 5 and Sky will be speaking at Broadcast’s inaugural International TV Forum, which launches in June.
Julia Bradbury has quit BBC1’s Countryfile and is preparing to host an ITV series about Britain’s landscape.
The BBC will build on its growing portfolio of observational documentaries after BBC2 secured hard-won access to British Airways.
Lion Television is beefing up its Scottish production base ahead moving its Homes Under The Hammer series to Glasgow.
Channel 4 is to bring back Secret History, its long-running TV documentary series which aired from 1991 to 2004.
Indie Windfall Films has promoted Jamie Lochhead and Peter Oxley to both become executive producers.
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