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WEDNESDAY: Channel 4 doubled its slot average with English far right documentary Angry, White and Proud.
THURSDAY: The BBC Music Awards failed to top the performance by The Brit Awards on ITV as the clash between Russell Brand and Nigel Farage on Question Time propelled it to a three year high.
TUESDAY: Big Fat Gypsy Christmas performed well for Channel 4, adding 600,000 to the audience for last year’s festive special Carols and Caravans.
Sunset + Vine has scored the lucrative contract to produce BT Sport’s UEFA Europa League coverage.
Sunset + Vine has picked up the production contract for Channel 4’s coverage of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
International media champions One World Media has appointed Mentorn chief executive John Willis as chair of its board of trustees.
The Nightclub Toilet producer Firecracker Films is to give pub quizzes the fixed-rig treatment in a genre-bending ob-doc series for Sky 1.
Two teams were run in parallel to investigate myths from the Soviet era
Acting BBC3 controller Sam Bickley wants to build on recent factual drama successes and still has gaps to fill in the youth channel’s 2015 schedule.
TUESDAY: BBC1’s pregnancy drama In The Club delivered a series high, as Channel 4’s Worst Place To Be A Pilot made a steady take off.
ITV2 has ordered an extended second run of documentary series Freshers to air later this year.
THURSDAY: ITV’s documentary about Britain’s Poshest Nannies could only muster half the channel’s slot average as Celebrity Masterchef drew its best audience of the series.
Pioneer Productions is back on the hunt for UFOs in its latest extra-terrestrial commission from Nat Geo.
Alongside the bizarre footage of flying cats, sharks and ostriches, it was important that we didn’t lose sight of the human story
Joey Barton and Piers Morgan’s Question Time appearance failed to lift the show’s ratings to a notable high on Thursday - as ITV’s line-up continued to trample the competition.
Pioneer Productions is pulling back the curtain on monsters in Russia and the Eastern Bloc with a two-hour commission from Nat Geo and Animal Planet.
Mentorn Media has promoted Tayte Simpson to become its director of programmes.
Sustaining viewer interest was the biggest challenge, reflects Jeff Foulser
Sunset+Vine has launched a production unit focused exclusively on women’s sport and headed by its former head of news Lisa Hynes.
C4 has ordered a fast-turnaround doc from Pioneer Productions about the UK’s recent floods.
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