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Factual programmes are at the centre on Greenlight this week, with Channel 4 and More 4 announcing new documentaries.
More 4 ’s True Stories will go toe-to-toe with BBC4 ’s Storyville after commissioning a documentary about bare-knuckle fighting in the traveller community.
Distributor DRG has secured the rights to a new documentary based around Princess Diana and Prince William, from the makers of The Real King’s Speech.
Channel 4 has launched a new late night arts strand and a season of urban arts programmes for the summer – in an initiative to connect with young and modern audiences.
Channel 4’s re-schedule of Time Team sparked more than 130 complaints.
Nearly 300 viewers have complained to Channel 4 about its factual entertainment series The Joy of Teen Sex.
Wall to Wall has won a commission from PBS for a series on slavery in South America, as it beefs up ties with the US.
Ant Dec will be fighting it out with Charlie Brooker and Graham Norton in this year’s RTS Programme Awards, with the three acts all vying for the Entertainment Performance prize.
More than 500 viewers have complained to Channel 4 after US conspiracy drama The Event disappeared from the schedules.
Pedigree dog show Crufts will return to More 4 for a second year in March.
Channel 4 is to extend tonight’s news programme and repeat an investigation into phone hacking following Andy Coulson’s resignation as the prime minister’s communications chief.
Richard Brent, head of planning and scheduling at Channel 5, has become the latest executive to join Channel 4 in the wake of Jay Hunt’s appointment.
Channel 4’s decision to axe all but one edition of The Daily Show has sparked hundreds of complaints, it has been revealed.
The shortlist for the Broadcast Awards 2011 has been unveiled… and subscribers can get an early look at who is in the running for this year’s honours.
Mentorn documentary For Neda won two prizes, including the Winner of Winners, at the Foreign Press Association awards last night.
Downton Abbey scooped two awards at the Promax Awards for best drama promo and best use of music, while Red Bee Media picked up channel of the year for its work with CBBC.
MIPCOM : E4 has acquired the second series of US comedy Important Things With Demetri Martin.
Former Channel 4 chief executive Andy Duncan has been appointed chief executive of car dealer HR Owen.
Channel 4 has come under fire from its own viewers for broadcasting a short programme asking if homosexuality is a sin.
The rise to political power of David and Ed Miliband and their battle to head the Labour Party is to be dramatised by Channel 4, it was announced today.
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