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BBC1 is to explore the world of shopping addiction in a one-off documentary produced by Twofour.
Channel 4 has ordered another fixed-rig series from Educating Yorkshire indie Twofour, while Channel 5 has moved into the genre with a series set in a GP surgery.
Twofour Rights has hired Cineflix Rights executive Caroline Hurmson.
The Great British Bake Off host Sue Perkins is to front a Question Time-style culinary series for More4.
Channel 4 has commissioned a slew of short-form content to support its forthcoming celebrity skiing show The Jump.
Indies Big Talk Productions and Twofour lead the nominations for the Broadcast Awards 2014 after being shortlisted in multiple categories, including Best Independent Production Company.
UKTV’s Good Food has commissioned a one-off festive edition of Choccywoccydoodah from Twofour as the cake shop heads into one of its busiest seasons.
Twofour’s Educating… format has been remade in the Netherlands as Educating Amsterdam, marking the first international version of the Channel 4 school-based doc series.
Boom Pictures executive chair Lorraine Heggessey believes the company’s merger with Twofour Group has created the “go-to producer in the nations and regions”.
Boom Pictures has more than doubled in size by merging with Twofour Group.
BBC2 has commissioned a third series of Alex Polizzi – The Fixer from Twofour, in which the former hotelier will attempt to change the fate of failing family firms.
Alex Polizzi’s mission to change the fortunes of guest houses and hotels has expanded its reach after Twofour Rights secured sales of The Hotel Inspector to broadcasters in Europe, Australia and Asia.
Channel 5’s long-running crime series Born To Kill has been sold into 85 international territories by Twofour Rights.
ITV has ordered a two-part doc from Twofour that will follow Prince Harry and a group of wounded servicemen and women as they race to the South Pole.
Channel 4’s Educating Yorkshire was the most tweeted about show on TV on Thursday, attracting more than three times the number of tweets as BBC1 drama Waterloo Road.
Splash producer Twofour is to produce a stripped Channel 4 show in which celebs will compete in winter sports.
Twofour Rights has sold a number of series including James Nesbitt’s Ireland across Scandinavia.
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.
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