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THURSDAY: Channel 4’s latest fixed-rig series The Tribe and BBC2 drama Stonemouth started life with solid audiences.
Watch the trailer for Renegade Pictures’ fixed-rig documentary located in Ethiopia.
With long days, floods and intense heat, C4’s first foreign fixed-rig series took me out of my comfort zone, says Paddy Wivell. But focusing on the basics of storytelling carried us through
UKTV wanted our show to be ‘big and global’ - so we recruited an international panel of vloggers to act as our jury, says Suzanne Readwin
TUESDAY: Jon Snow and Jennie Bond’s drug-taking exploits lit up Channel 4, while ITV’s Bargain Fever Britain opened up slowly.
Don’t Tell the Bride is set to leap to BBC1 after BBC3 revealed plans to scrap its factual entertainment formats.
Jonathan Levi, the executive producer responsible for shows including recent BBC3 doc Tulisa: The Price of Fame, has joined Renegade Pictures.
Renegade Pictures has secured access to Sussex Police for a three-part series.
Discovery is to mark the centenary of World War One with a 3D series fronted by Tony Robinson.
Broadcast picks the most interesting and significant shows unveiled at Edinburgh TV Festival
Renegade Pictures is to use a fixed rig to capture life in an Ethiopian tribe in a 4 x 60-minute series for Channel 4.
Renegade Pictures has recruited Charlie Bunce as its first head of features and formats for television in an effort to boost its output in these genres.
Dave’s latest format 24 Hours To Go Broke got off to a relatively slow start on Tuesday – banking just over 200,000 viewers.
Channel 5 has unveiled a wideranging raft of commissions including two series about death and a romance strand.
Renegade Pictures is to produce a UK TX pilot of MTV hit Catfish: The TV Show as the channel looks to capitalise on the programme’s US success.
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.
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