SAS Who Dares Wins – Civilian and Celebrity Series

  • Minnow/Channel 4
  • 4 x 60’ Documentary
  • Avid Offline. A team of ex-Special Forces operators, led by Chief Instructor Ant Middleton put civilian and celebrity recruits through an abridged version of SAS Selection in the ultimate test of physical and psychological resilience.
  • Executive Producers: Sophie Leonard & Warren Smith

GOLD RUSH – Series 7 – 10

  • Raw TV/Discovery
  • 4 x 60’ Documentary
  • Avid Offline. This series follows a determined group of men risking everything to strike it rich mining for gold in the Yukon.
  • Executive Producers: James Bates, Tom Sheahan & Dimitri Doganis

Nazi Megastructures

  • Darlow Smithson/Nat Geo
  • 2 x 60’ Drama/Documentary
  • Avid Offline. How the Nazis and their Japanese allies built the biggest pieces of military hardware in history for world domination.
  • Executive Producers: Erika Dodd

Monkman and Seagull’s Genius Guide to Britain

  • Label 1/BBC Two
  • 1 x 30’ Factual Entertainment
  • Avid Offline. Feeding their insatiable appetite for knowledge, the University Challenge friends drive off the beaten track through England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland to find hidden gems of British ingenuity.
  • Executive Producers: Simon Dickson & Lorraine Charker-Phillips

Autopsy: The Last Hours of…’Chris Cornell’

  • Potato/Reelz
  • 1 x 60’ Drama/Documentary
  • Avid Offline. Insight in to the last few days of celebrities’ lives with the analysis from a leading pathologist.
  • Executive Producers: Ed Taylor & Suzy Davis

First Dates – Series 7

  • Twenty Twenty/Channel 4
  • 60’ Observational Documentary Series
  • Avid Offline. The First Dates restaurant throws open its doors to single people looking for love.
  • Executive Producers: Jon Crisp

One Night With My Ex – Series 2

  • Two Four/Channel 5
  • 60’ Factual Entertainment
  • Avid Offline. Sets of couples are brought back together to confront their past relationships in an honest, moving and sometimes painful portrayal of broken hearts. Will they find closure or rekindle a lost love?
  • Executive Producers: David Clews

The Job Interview – Series 1 & 2

  • Label 1/Channel 4
  • 2 x 60’ Observational Documentary
  • Avid Offline. Rig show series revealing in detail for the first time the terror and triumph of real-life interviews, highlighting every aspect from the handshake to a potentially life-changing job offer.
  • Executive Producers: Simon Dickson & Lorraine Charker-Phillips

Britain’s Greatest Invention

  • Thoroughly Modern Media/BBC1
  • 1 x 60’ Factual Entertainment
  • Avid Offline. Live from the Science Museums vast archive stores, presented by Dr. Hannah Fry and Ant Antead, 7 celebrities battle it out to reveal Britain’s Greatest Invention.
  • Executive Producers: Jay Taylor

Tribal Bootcamp

  • Rumpus Media/BBC Worldwide
  • 1 x 60’ Comedy Documentary
  • Avid Offline. Two of the UK’s brightest comedians Joel Dommett and Nish Kumar take on the adventure of a lifetime, in this side splittingly funny series as the duo travel the length and breadth of the world, testing western fitness regimes against some of the toughest and longest standing tribes in history.
  • Series Producer: Ben Jessop

Hospital – Series 1

  • Label 1/BBC Two
  • 1 x 60’ Observational Documentary
  • Avid Offline. Filmed over six weeks during 2016, this is the story of the NHS in unprecedented times with the staff at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust London.
  • Executive Producers: Simon Dickson & Lorraine Charker-Phillips

Tate Britain’s Great Art Walks – Series 1

  • 7 Wonder/Sky Arts
  • 2 x 60’ Arts Documentary
  • Avid Offline. Cultural historian Gus Casely-Hayford is joined by a cast of celebrities who are all passionate about one of their favourite artists and their painting that they have chosen to explore through the landscape that inspired them.
  • Executive Producers: Mike Reilly

Trailblazers of … ‘Songs of Conscience’

  • Znak & Jones/Sky Arts
  • 1 x 60’ Arts Documentary
  • Avid Offline. Series exploring different musical genres, combining vintage performances with interviews from some of the biggest names in rock, electronica, acid house and more.
  • Series Producer: Simon Harries

Inside Heston’s World

  • Thoroughly Modern Media/SBS
  • 60’ Observational Documentary Series
  • Avid Offline: Heston Blumenthal heads to Australia as he relocates his three Michelin starred restaurant ‘The Fat Duck’ to Melbourne as a pop up restaurant.
  • Series Producer: Rebecca Arnold.

24 Hours in the Past

  • Darlow Smithson/BBC1
  • 60’ Factual Entertainment Series
  • Six celebrities travel back in time to the relentless graft of Victorian Britain, spending four days in four different 19th century workplaces.
  • Series Producer: Rachel Morgan

Man vs Expert

  • Magnum Media/Discovery
  • 30’ Factual Entertainment Series
  • Ordinary man and hustler Alexis Conran takes on experts at their own game by attempting to change the rules. He takes on amongst others the World’s Strongest Man, a Fishing Legend and the America’s multi winning Bowling Champion, plus he gets a Ballet Dance to race a Marine across an assault course.
    Series Producer: Ben Jessop

Burger Bar to Gourmet Star

  • Betty TV/Channel 4
  • 4 x 60’ Observational Documentary
  • Some of the country’s top Michelin starred chefs take on the challenge of transforming cooks from greasy spoons, pubs, and cafes to make them world class chefs.
  • Executive Producer: Ian Carré, Series Producer: Zoe Page

Katherine Mills: Mind Games

  • Objective Productions/Watch
  • 30’ Light Entertainment Series
  • This show sees psychological illusionist Katherine Mills perform stunning acts of mind control and spectacular displays of mind magic that don’t seem possible.
  • Series Director: Jon Richards, Executive Producer: Matt Crook, Series Producer: Martin Turner

Bangkok Airport

  • Keo Films/BBC3
  • 60’ Documentary Series
  • Documentary series delving behind the scenes of the South-East Asian hub, following the Thai staff who keep the airport running and the arrivals and departures of British tourists who need their help.
  • Series Producer: Fiona Inskip, Executive Producer: Paula Traffod

A Garden In Time ‘Biddulph Grange’ & ‘Nymans’

  • Keo Films/BBC4
  • 2 x 60’ Documentary
  • Historical documentary series looking at four unique National Trust gardens designed and built during important periods of British history.
  • Series Producer: Ant Palmer, Executive Producer: Katy Buchanan

Breaking Magic

  • Objective Productions/Discovery USA
  • 30’ Entertainment Series
  • The science behind magic tricks, featuring magicians from around the world as they explore the physics, chemistry and biology that make illusions possible.
  • Executive Producer: Paul Gilheany, Series Producer: Andy Scott

The Magicians Series 2

  • Shine/BBC1
  • 60’ Entertainment Series
  • Magic duo, Barry and Stuart, return to this primetime Saturday evening series and this time are joined by magicians Pete Firman and Latimer. Each magician will be paired with a different celebrity partner each week. Together they will perform four illusions, from the classics to the never-attempted before, from nowhere-to-hide street magic to show stopping grand illusions and high pressure close-up.
  • Executive Producer: Karen Smith, Series Producers: Will Stokes & Richard Greenwood

Great British Railway Journeys

  • TalkbackThames/BBC2
  • 5 x 30’ Factual Entertainment
  • Michael Portillo uses a 150 year old Bradshaw’s railway guide to travel Britain. He discovers what the Victorians did to help shape Britain today and what changes have taken place.
  • Series Producer: Fiona Cauldwell

Chateau Monty

  • Tiger Aspect/Channel 4
  • 6 x 30’ Observational Documentary Series
  • Top wine critic and author, Monty Waldin, has decided to put his money where his mouth is and pack it all in to make wine bio-dynamically in rural France. He has just over a year to turn 4 hectares into top selling organic wine.
  • Series Producer/Director: Ant Palmer.