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Dave has commissioned a comedy travel series inspired by classic film Brewster’s Millions in which celebrities must spend up to £10,000 in 24 hours.
Docs about a psychosexual therapist and a Loaded editor’s decision to leave the soft porn industry will form part of a five-part real sex season due to air next month on Channel 4.
Elaine Hackett’s indie Crackit Productions has hired Tiger Aspect exec Holly Davies as head of development.
A teenager’s actions on BBC3’s road safety series Barely Legal Drivers are being investigated by the police.
Renegade Pictures has appointed Shed Media’s head of commercial affairs Charlotte Street as its managing director further to the departure of Ed Nissen.
NGC’s Car SOS host Tim Shaw on discovering people love cars as much as their kids
Channel 5 has ordered a four part adventure series fronted by Ben Fogle which will see the former Countryfile host visit some of the most remote locations on Earth.
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.
How the TV industry reacted to Channel 4’s ecstasy experiment on Twitter’s hashtag #drugslive
The indie that is best at pitching is set to be revealed at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, following a poll of commissioners and controllers to determine who is best at selling their shows.
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