Channel 4 night-time commissioning editor Stevan Keane has ordered seven new shows and revamped 4Later's idents and programme links, writes Wale Azeez.

The idents, produced in-house, and the 'Conrad and Jane' links

Channel 4 night-time commissioning editor Stevan Keane has ordered seven new shows and revamped 4Later's idents and programme links, writes Wale Azeez.

The idents, produced in-house, and the 'Conrad and Jane' links by At It Productions, will herald a new look for the strand that kicks off next Thursday (30 September).

The first of the new commissions is CelebTV, a 12 x 30-minute magazine show featuring music and film news, produced by RBTV. Roger Beam is series producer, while Jane McGoldrick produces.

Focus North will be a 10 x 30-minute spoof human interest show from Smile Orange Productions, while Eurotika! is a 12 x 30-minute series profiling exploitation movie directors from Boom! Productions. The series is co-produced by Andy Stark and Pete Tombs.

Spin the Bottle Productions is making Pop-Up Video UK, an irreverent look at pop stars. Keane will executive produce with Jessica Vitkus as producer.

How to Make it Big in Bollywood is a 12 x 5-minute series about Indian film crews, produced by Munni Kabir for Hyphen Films, while Sweet Talk is 'an intelligent show about sex' by Freeform Productions. Mission: Divine is a 6 x 30-minute series about God on screen by World of Wonder.

Recommissions include The TripII, an 8 x 30-minute series by Jacques Peretti for Allied Forces; and a 26-part run of Aardman's Angry Kid.