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A two hour trip along one of Britain’s canals and a 30 minute show observing the manufacture of a wooden chair are to form part of a slow season of shows on BBC4.
Other shows in this category may have attracted more viewers or generated more column inches, but Bedlam tackled mental health with a rare mixture of honesty and humour.
MONDAY: Channel 5’s survival reality show 10,000 BC made a strong start at 10pm, as The Jump held off a Big Brother Live Bombshell at 8pm.
24 Hours in A E indie The Garden has won two commissions from ITV: a four-part series about ordinary heroes and a one-off film exploring household pests.
MONDAY: There was stalemate in the battle of posh versus poor last night, as both Posh People: Inside Tatler and Skint pulled in 1.5m viewers.
THURSDAY: 24 Hours In A E returned solidly for Channel 4 as BBC1 natural history series Life Story dipped by around 400,000 viewers.
The Garden Productions creative director Jonathan Smith is to leave the ITV Studios-owned indie at the end of the year.
MONDAY: 24 Hours in Police Custody locked up an audience of 2m for Channel 4, as Cilla bowed out with 6.4m on ITV.
Complete picture and audio post for the BBC2 series about the workforce that maintains the M6 and the motorway’s impact on the lives of local residents.
We started The Garden’s trainee scheme out of desperation - but now can’t imagine life without it
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