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Chitty Flies Again, with David Walliams

Channel 4 | Rare TV (1 x 90 min) Feature length documentary to be shown on New Years Day. In honour of his favourite childhood film, the classic Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, comedian David Walliams explores the history of the film, and embarks on an adventure to build his own Chitty car... and make it fly! Producer/Director: Tom Peppiatt / Executive Producer: Rory Wheeler / Commissioner: Jonah Weston

Council House Britain

Channel 4 | The Garden (2 x 1hr) First of a new observational series following the stories of residents and council workers in the London borough of Southwark - the borough with the highest volume of social housing in the capital. (I set the style and cut the first and second episodes, as well as finishing several others.) Series Director: Stevey Jones / Executive Producer: Clare Paterson / Commissioner: Madonna Benjamin

Sex on Trial

Channel 4 | Blast! Films (1 x 1 hr) First of a 3 part documentary series examining sexual assault cases in modern America. This programme tells the story of college student Nikki Yovino who, after reporting that she was sexually assaulted by two boys at a party, found herself being charged and sent to prison. Series Director: Miles Blayden-Ryall | Executive Producer: Ricardo Pollack | Commissioner: Alisa Pomeroy

Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby

BBC2 | BBC Studios (1 x 1 hr) Giles Coren and Monica Galetti head to Mashpi Lodge – a spectacular isolated hotel in the middle of the Ecuadorean Cloud Forest. Through meeting the owner and staff, they discover how the hotel has helped to save the forest and changed the lives of the local community. Director/Producer: Tom Peppiat; Series Producer: Rebecca Templar; Executive Producer: Samantha Anstiss; Commissioner: Craig Hunter

Nigel Slater: Life is Sweets

BBC Four | Doghouse Media (1 x 1 hr) One-off doc. Following on from his acclaimed book Toast, Nigel Slater examines how sweets and confectionary have shaped his life. He delves into the history of sweets, and the power they have to evoke such strong memories in all of us. Producer/Director: Mark Adderley; Executive Producer: Emma Hindley