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Will Smith, director of programmes at RDF Television, is to leave the Zodiak Media-owned production company.
Channel 4 is to go inside the nation’s fitting rooms in a genre-bending fixed-rig and features show.
THURSDAY: Channel 4 doc Beauty Queen or Bust was outperformed by the final part of Channel 5 medical doc Trauma Doctors.
Channel 5 is going head-to-head with UKTV in the storage space after the broadcasters commissioned similar series.
BBC1 ob-doc Del Boys and Dealers pulled in almost 4m viewers on Wednesday, while Episodes’ audience shrunk by around 100,000.
David Frank’s new investment firm Dial Square 86 is eyeing the acquisition of UK indies after it closed a multi-million pound investment round.
BBC features and factual entertainment producer Catherine Welton is to join RDF Television’s Bristol division as an executive producer.
BBC2 is to follow the development of six puppies in their first year of life in an RDF Television series.
National Geographic Channels International has ordered four factual shows, including a doc about an elite mining team, from its London production hub.
BBC1 is to track a group of real life ‘Del Boys’ for a new four-part documentary series from RDF.
ITV has commissioned Inside The National Trust, a series from RDF Television West which will visit venues including the Wimpole estate and William Wordsworth’s house.
RDF Television has hired Twofour’s Kirsty Calvert-Ansari to build the indie’s features development.
RDF Television West is to produce a vintage-fashion makeover show for Channel 4 fronted by Super Slim Me presenter Dawn O’Porter.
Channel 4 has commissioned RDF Television to produce a daytime series aiming to help country pubs, restaurants and hotels that have suffered from negative online reviews from customers.
Gok Wan is to return to fashion with a new live format for Channel 4.
ITV is upgrading its hit daytime quiz Tipping Point to a primetime slot after ordering a new series which will see celebrities compete for charity.
RDF TV has won two BBC factual series commissions and promoted the pair of executives behind them to key positions.
Channel 4 is gearing up to hand out £10m to charities, in its biggest ever give away, which will see the Secret Millionaire format evolving to tackle pressing social concerns selected by the public.
Mentorn Media has poached RDF Television’s head of factual Tayte Simpson to boost its output in the space.
BBC3 courted controversy in 2007 with its attention grabbing documentary F**k Off, I’m Ginger and now Channel 4 is planning its own film on men with red hair.
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