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WEDNESDAY: Strong performances from Little Big Shots and Benidorm helped The Nightly Show to recover
BBC2 order four-part WW2 series
Warner Bros indie preps OAP version
Wall to Wall format showcasing talented three to thirteen year olds
Warner Bros and Sony look to kick off UK restructures following key executive departures
MONDAY: Channel 4 found love with a First Dates Valentine’s Special which soared ahead of its Hotel spin-off.
Warner Bros is bringing its UK indies including Wall to Wall, Twenty Twenty and Ricochet closer into the corporate fold following the departure of Claire Hungate and Nick Emmerson.
Claire Hungate and Nick Emmerson are leaving Warner Bros Television Production UK after two years in charge of the super-indie.
Renegade Pictures meets the bride, groom and guests at a wedding that unites very different families.
Channel 4 has commissioned a daytime docu-soap from Ricochet examining the impact of Brexit on the Spanish property market.
Twenty Twenty has appointed BBC documentaries commissioner Maxine Watson as director of programmes.
TUESDAY: BBC2’s Further Back In Time For Dinner failed to live up to its last course – losing out to its terrestrial rivals in the 9pm slot.
Channel 4 documentaries commissioner Anna Miralis has joined Wall to Wall as its head of factual.
THURSDAY: Who Do You Think You Are? continued to slide despite the lack of competition from I’m A Celebrity, while The Apprentice added nearly 1m viewers to last week’s all-time low audience.
Warner Bros Television Production UK has snared ITV executive Alexia Edwards as group commercial director.
New Tricks producer Wall to Wall has made two new hires to boost its drama division.
Three of the child stars of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s West End musical School of Rock are to feature in a CBBC documentary.
Twenty Twenty is to apply The Choir format to dance after securing a five-part documentary from BBC2.
A British patient’s ground-breaking multiple sclerosis medical trial will be recorded for a Cutting Edge documentary.
TUESDAY: ITV’s The New Clampers: Where’s My Car Gone was overshadowed by BBC2’s Great Continental Railway Journeys - as the return of BBC1 drama Ordinary Lies won the 9pm slot.
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