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Grace Reynolds on being warm and witty while making important points about education
ITV has commissioned a new eight-part documentary series about student nurses from Twofour.
The bosses of Spyker Cars and Oxfam are among those preparing to embed themselves in the frontlines of their companies for a new Twofour series for BBC World News.
Tom Daley continues to make waves in TV after ITV2 ordered a six-part series from Twofour and GroupM Entertainment.
Prince Harry is headed to China after Twofour Rights struck a deal with BBC Worldwide for Harry’s Mountain Heroes.
Middle Eastern broadcaster Abu Dhabi Media has struck a long term deal with UK indie Twofour to produce a raft of factual and features programming for its forthcoming relaunch.
Channel 5 has renewed The Hotel Inspector for a tenth series.
In true B-movie style, we delivered a tongue-in-cheek travelogue and recreated a treasured martial arts fight scene, says Neil Edwards
Myleene Klass and Tamara Ecclestone are set to travel the world after Twofour Rights closed a number of international programme sales.
Channel 5 has ordered a spin-off of its successful long running franchise The Hotel Inspector.
The staff of train company First Great Western are to feature in the latest Twofour / GroupM Entertainment co-production for Channel 5.
ITV2 has ordered two six-part series of reality series Magaluf Weekender from Twofour.
UK indie Twofour has hired Paul Harper as general manager of the company’s fledgling Middle Eastern operation.
Twofour Rights, the fledgling international division of the UK indie, has sold over 100 hours of programming to Australian broadcasters.
James Nesbit is heading to Finland after Twofour Rights sold his latest documentary to broadcaster YLE.
Broadcast’s round-up of news from day two of MipTV in Cannes includes Warner Bros acquisition of the rights to Spanish gameshow Money Time and a Max Steel recommission.
ITV is delving into the British countryside for two weekend series from Shine TV and Twofour.
Celebrity diving series Splash! has been recommissioned for a second run after becoming one of ITV’s best rating entertainment series launches in seven years.
Shed Media has hired Twofour Digital’s creative director Martin Trickey as its group head of digital.
BBC1 has ordered a four part series which will see a team of hotel inspectors including Angela Rippon visit hotspots around the world.
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