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Drones and GoPros helped us capture the busy English channel on a daytime budget, says series producer Rebecca Nunn
Wall to Wall Television is drawing up plans to evolve its HomeCoach app after more than 10 million virtual cards were traded over the course of The Voice UK series.
BBC2 is to explore Victorian baking techniques in a three-part series produced by Wall To Wall.
SATURDAY: The Voice recorded its lowest finale audience to date as Thunderbirds Are Go blasted off with over 2m viewers.
UKTV wanted our show to be ‘big and global’ - so we recruited an international panel of vloggers to act as our jury, says Suzanne Readwin
Channel 4 dating show First Dates is headed to the US after NBC ordered an eight-part run of the Twenty Twenty format.
BBC3 investigative reporter and presenter Stacey Dooley has revealed she is optimistic about the channel’s proposed move online and has begun producing short films ahead of the shift.
Channel 4 has bolstered its short-form video offering with five new series ahead of the launch of its digital platform All 4.
Gareth Malone is to return to BBC2 for an acapella spin-off of The Choir from Twenty Twenty.
FRIDAY: Channel 4 enjoyed a successful evening as First Dates pulled in its best ever audience and Gogglebox continued to dominate the 9pm slot.
TUESDAY: Jon Snow and Jennie Bond’s drug-taking exploits lit up Channel 4, while ITV’s Bargain Fever Britain opened up slowly.
SATURDAY: The Voice picked up from last week’s series low while ITV’s first live boxing match in five years drew a peak of 1.9m.
SATURDAY: Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway returned to take a chunk out of The Voice but was unable to outperform the BBC1 format.
SATURDAY: The Voice UK performed to its biggest crowd in nearly three years.
The founder and former chief executive of Wall to Wall recounts its 2000 win
Nick Fraser on the 2010 Best Documentary Programme winner
Jane Root on the 2006 Best Popular Factual Programme winner
SATURDAY: The Voice UK gained half a million viewers, thrashing a poor second outing for Stars In Their Eyes.
Stacey Dooley Investigates producer Watershed TV is to merge with sister company Twenty Twenty to create a broader creative team.
SATURDAY: The Voice UK dipped slightly from last year’s opener but remained at the 8m mark as Rita Ora joined the judging panel.
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