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ITV’s factual strategy is in the spotlight after a number of recent commissions struggled to make an impact.
Alan Titchmarsh has signed up to present his first programme for Channel 4, a three-part series about Britain’s master gardener of the 1700s.
Oxford Scientific Films (OSF) has hired Watershed TV’s creative director Emma Morgan as it bids to broaden its programming slate.
When the complex weather phenomena we wanted to study couldn’t be found, we had to make our own, says Graham Booth
Spun Gold is working on new projects with Alan Titchmarsh after the gardening expert signed up for his first project in years without the indie.
Channel 4 is on the hunt for a sport commissioner after Jamie Aitchison decided to leave the broadcaster after three years.
Secret Life of Cats producer Oxford Scientific Films has lured Alan Titchmarsh from Spun Gold to front a series about Buckingham Palace’s garden.
The natural history genre has become “tired” and producers must work harder to convince broadcasters to invest in shows, according to Oxford Scientific Films boss Clare Birks.
7 Wonder has stepped up its recruitment drive with the appointment of Oxford Scientific Films’ (OSF) Steve Condie as head of specialist factual.
Oxford Scientific Films will explore the story of legendary racehorse Frankel in a Channel 4 documentary ahead of Royal Ascot next year.
The secret flirting techniques of capuchin monkeys will be highlighted in a two-part documentary series for BBC1.
Production of Disney’s musical comedy Galavant is underway at Bristol’s Bottle Yard Studios
Melanie Leach has been named chief executive of an expanded Twofour Group, which has been created to lead the growth of consolidator Boom Pictures.
Oxford Scientific Films’ Secret Life of Babies for ITV shows how the first two years of our lives are the most critical.
The Pact-organised trade mission to China is set to become an annual event after the trade body agreed a deal to return to the country in 2015.
The UK formats hoping to strike gold with a US network commission
The letters of Lord Horatio Nelson are to be turned into a drama doc for BBC2 by Oxford Scientific Films.
Boom Pictures has more than doubled in size by merging with Twofour Group.
BBC1 has ordered follow ups to Planet Earth and Blue Planet as part of a raft of blue chip factual documentaries that effectively signals the end of its £150m co-pro deal with Discovery Communications.
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