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Channel 4’s docu-drama about the first few months of an imagined Ukip government has generated 1,000 complaints since it aired yesterday evening.
Channel 4’s docu-drama Ukip: The First 100 Days has stoked controversy – drawing criticism from Nigel Farage and nearly 80 complaints to the broadcaster and Ofcom.
THURSDAY: Docu-drama Cyberbully gripped an audience in line with Channel 4’s slot average while ITV’s Bring Back Borstal slipped below 2m.
Channel 4 is to imagine what the country would look like if Ukip was in power in a docu-drama produced by Raw TV.
Britain’s worst dental problems are to be examined in a BBC1 series from The Secret Life of Students indie Raw Television.
Channel 4 is developing further ideas with Raw TV in a bid to broaden its use of the indie’s digital rig, the smartphone monitoring technology that formed the backbone of university doc The Secret Life Of Students.
THURSDAY: Channel 4’s The Secret Life of Students and Channel 5’s Black Market Britain endured disappointing climaxes as the Commonwealth Games grabbed the lion’s share of the peak time audience.
Raw TV and Firecracker Films are among the indies to have picked up commissions from Channel 4 Education as the broadcaster launches an online hub, Am I Normal.
Raw has hired RDF Television’s popular factual development boss Jack Bootle as its head of UK development.
Discovery has ordered a Siberian reality series from Raw TV, the first commission to emerge after the indie was acquired by the factual broadcaster earlier this week.
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