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The second episode of our series showed why treating the dead as people, not just coroner’s cases, was so important, says Alice Perman.
Warner Bros is nearing completion on a £5m deal to buy a 50% stake in Don’t Tell the Bride producer Renegade Pictures.
Renegade Pictures’ Alex Cooke and Minnow Films’ Morgan Matthews have been appointed to the Grierson Trust board.
FRIDAY: The return of ITV1’s Law Order: UK beat the final part of BBC1 crime drama Public Enemies - as Celebrity Big Brother lost around 1m viewers.
Harry Lansdown, the BBC3 factual boss behind Our War and Don’t Tell the Bride, is stepping down to join indie Renegade Pictures.
A lack of original content and funding issues have slowed growth, but progress is still being made, says Adrian Pennington.
BBC3 has handed immersive doc specialist Cherry Healey her first major series, in which she will examine the challenges faced by women in modern Britain.
BBC3 is to challenge young fathers to deliver their partners’ babies, while Radio 1 DJ Reggie Yates will go inside Britain’s gangs as part of a major crime season.
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has announced the shortlist for its annual Craft and Design Awards.
The makers of BBC3’s Don’t Tell the Bride are developing a new “surprise wedding” format for Channel 5.
BBC4 has scooped nine out of 40 nominations at the annual Grierson Documentary Awards.
BBC3 documentaries fronted by Cherry Healey have been sold around the world by DRG.
ITV1 is to pit house-hunters against each other on a touring bus as part of a raft of new daytime commissions.
BBC3 reality series Don’t Tell The Bride is to be remade for OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) in the US.
Sky Living has ordered a factual entertainment series in which a range of overweight pop-star lookalikes attempt to slim down to the size of their idols Beyonce, Britney and Katy Perry.
Discovery has ordered its first 3D shows in the UK and signed distribution deals with Sky and Virgin Media.
Full post on the 3 x 60-minute doc series in which songwriter and producer Guy Chambers collaborates with artists to write and stage new songs.
Channel 4 has ordered a second, longer run of Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare from
Channel 4 chief executive David Abraham has defended a forthcoming programme in which people will be seen to take Class A drugs live on air.
The relationship between the government, banks and big businesses is at the centre of Channel 4’s Coup, which is among a host of new commissions on Greenlight this week.
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