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US cable network Animal Planet is to air Blink Films’ wildlife documentary series Meet The Sloths.
The perils of natural history filmmaking came into focus at UKTV’s showcase of coming programmes, where David Attenborough revealed the patience required of his cameramen.
Docs about a psychosexual therapist and a Loaded editor’s decision to leave the soft porn industry will form part of a five-part real sex season due to air next month on Channel 4.
Discovery Networks International’s (DNI) Latin American commissioning hub has placed several orders with UK-based producers and its boss plans to come to the UK to scope out further opportunities.
Discovery Networks International has ordered 54 hours of original content from UK producers as it recommissions five series for 2013.
Sky Arts has apologised to viewers after receiving hundreds of complaints about its coverage of the Isle Of Wight Festival which featured just four songs from headliners Bruce Springsteen and Pearl Jam.
Discovery Networks International has ordered a brace of science series from October Films and Blink Films.
New doc series Massive Moves, which debuted on UKTV’s Home last night, has been picked up by broadcasters in Australia, France and Canada.
Channel 5 has picked up the UK rights to Inside the Titanic, a big-budget factual drama from producer Dangerous Films.
The story of how the Nazis tried to spin the sinking of the Titanic as a tale of German courage is among Channel 5’s March season of four hour-long Revealed docs.
Channel 4 has revealed the new programmes that will populate its autumn schedules including a series about gender reassignment, a new live game show and a Big Fat Gypsy Wedding spin-off.
Boy racers and policemen will go head to head racing real cars via remote control in a series for Dave.
Blink Films, the indie set up by former Five execs Dan Chambers and Justine Kershaw, has made its first major hires and is planning a push into factual entertainment.
ITV Global Entertainment has agreed its first exclusive output deal since rebranding, signing up former Five head of programmes Dan Chambers' indie, Blink Films.
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