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National Geographic is looking for tens of new projects from UK indies as part of its latest commissioning round, and has ordered an eight-part series about dwarfism from Dragonfly Film TV.
National Geographic is heading back to the ’90s with a follow-up to Nutopia’s hit miniseries The ’80s: The Decade That Made Us.
From All3Media to Zig Zag, a growing number of UK indies are finding success in the US. Peter White and Balihar Khalsa ask them what it takes to get a show off the ground
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BBC2 has ordered an access-all areas documentary series about famous London auction house Christie’s, following the success of Inside Claridge’s.
As BBC3 reaches its 10th birthday, Zai Bennett tells Jake Kanter how he has sharpened its focus and made the channel his own – and why the milestone won’t be celebrated on air
Sky Living has ordered a raft of scripted commissions including new comedies from Emily Mortimer and The Thick Of It co-creator Simon Blackwell.
It’s been a good year for larger post houses that can take on the biggest shows, but rising costs and a fall in TV ad spend have hit some smaller facilities hard. Ann-Marie Corvin reports
It’s been a good year for larger post houses that can take on the biggest shows, but rising costs and a fall in TV ad spend have hit some smaller facilities hard.
National Geographic’s fast-growing international commissioning hub has ordered a fresh round of shows, including a detailed look back at the 1980s from Twofour.
Studio Lambert’s chief executive and US president talk to Balihar Khalsa about the indie’s success across the pond, its strength in creating global formats – and its move into scripted
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History doc makers need to think like action movie directors, says Ben Goold
Tracing origins of iconic inventions was vast challenge, says series producer James Buchanan.
Discovery’s US and International divisions have teamed up to launch a social media campaign to support Nutopia’s forthcoming series How We Invented The World.
Mipcom: Arrow Media is making a Group M factual series for Channel 5 that will be the first title to be distributed by Paul Heaney’s new TCB Media Rights.
BBC Academy’s Linda Green asks five of the UK’s best-known creative leaders how they led creative change in their industries
BSkyB is planning to generate more awareness of Sky Atlantic programming by running selected content on flagship channel Sky 1.
Nutopia executive producer Phil Craig is leaving the indie to take up a commissioning post as head of factual at ABC TV in Australia.
Nutopia has reshaped its management team with a raft of promotions and two appointments.
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