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Alice Levine's Sex Odyssey

Alice Levine’s Sex Odyssey

Channel 4 | Mindhouse

(1 x 1 hr) New series in which presenter Alice Levine immerses herself in the lives of sexual adventurers up and down Britain, meeting those pushing the boundaries of sex, intimacy and relationships.
Series Director: Guy Simmonds / Executive Producers: Arron Fellows; Louis Theroux / Commissioner: Harjeet Chhokar

One Extraordinary Year

One Extraordinary Year

Amazon Prime | Parable

(1 x 90 min) Feature documentary exploring how the Covid pandemic impacted athletes gearing up for the Olympic Games 2020 in Tokyo, and following the stories of four athletes over the course of the tumultuous year.

Executive Producer: Jonathan Rudd / Commissioner: Rosie Holledge

Britain's Most Luxurious Hotels

Britain’s Most Luxurious Hotels

Channel 4 | Spun Gold TV

(1 x 1hr) First in a new series of three documentaries, going behind the scenes at The Langham, Europe’s first ‘Grand Hotel’ as the staff welcome a new MD and strive to maintain five-star standards in unprecedented times.

Series Director: John-Joe Bardsley / Executive Producer: Anna Edwinson / Commissioner: Daniel Fromm

Chitty Flies Again, with David Walliams

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

The Savoy

The Savoy

ITV1 | Studio Ramsay

(1 x 1hr) Using a combination of fixed-rig cameras and traditional documentary filming, this new series follows the staff and guests at the iconic London Hotel.

Series Producer: Naomi Gayler / Executive Producer: Steph Weatherill / Commissioners: Kate Teckman; Sue Murphy

Council House Britain

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

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

Treasure Island with Bear Grylls

Treasure Island with Bear Grylls

Channel 4 | Shine TV

(1 x 1 hr) In this new twist on the popular series, twelve members of the public try to survive on a desert island, whilst also trying to find cash bundles which are hidden (and dropped from helicopters) around the island.

Series Director: Ben Allen | Executive Producer: Sebastian Grant | Commissioner: Ian Dunkley

Hunted (Series 3/4/5)

Hunted (Series 3/4/5)

Channel 4 | Shine TV

Ten ordinary members of the public are challenged to go on the run, and evade capture for 25 days to win a share of £100,000. Chasing them are a team of professional investigators, hackers, profilers and ex-police officers, all armed with the powers of the state.

Executive Producers: Matt Bennett, John Smith, Tim Whitwell (Series 3) / Tom Williams, Tom Fulford (Series 4, 5) | Commissioner: Madonna Benjamin (Series 3), Ian Dunkley (Series 4, 5)

Educating Greater Manchester

Educating Greater Manchester

Channel 4 | TwoFour

(1 x 1 hr) Fifth instalment of the BAFTA award winning fixed-rig documentary series, this time set in Harrop Fold School in Manchester. I edited episode 1, which dealt with powerful themes of racial integration and islamophobia in the wake of the Manchester terror attack, and also told the story of a memorable friendship between year 7s Jack and Rani – who arrived at the school from war-torn Syria.

Series Director: Warren Smith | Series Producer: Clare Cameron | Executive Producers: David Clews, Grace Reynolds | Commissioners: Nick Mirsky, Rita Daniels

Confessions of a Junior Doctor

Confessions of a Junior Doctor

Channel 4 | TwoFour

(1 x 1 hr) Observational documentary series following the lives of young doctors trying to cope with the pressures of the profession.

Series Director: Will Lorimer; Executive Producers: David Clews, Grace Reynolds; Commissioner: Amy Flanagan

The World According to Kids

The World According to Kids

BBC2 | BBC Studios

(1 x 1 hr) Innovative mixed documentary & fixed rig series exploring the way children see the world. Filming 70 children in after-school clubs across the country, from a boxing club in Hackney to a bird-watching group on the Isle of Mull.

Series Producer: Tom Williams; Executive Producers: Samantha Anstiss, Rachel Arnold; Commissioner: Tom McDonald

Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby

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

Further Back In Time For Dinner

Further Back In Time For Dinner

BBC2 | Wall to Wall

(1 x 1 hr) Follow up to the BAFTA nominated series, which sees The Robshaw Family go further back in time sampling food and family life at the turn of the century. This episode is the 1910’s which sees the family grapple with the deprivations of The Great War.

Producer/Director: Kim Maddever; Series Producer: Nancy Bornat; Executive Producer: Emma Hindley; Commissioner: Donna Clark

Tiny Tots Talent Agency

Tiny Tots Talent Agency

Channel 4 | TwoFour

(1 x 1 hr) Documentary series following child talent agency Bizzy Kidz and the wannabe stars of the future starting out on their journey to fame and fortune.
Producer/Director: Stevey Jones; Series Director: Fay Gibson; Executive Producer: David Clews

Pound Shop Wars

Pound Shop Wars

BBC 1 | Nine Lives Media

(2 x 30 mins) Big rating prime-time observational documentary series following the pound shop chain, Pound World.

Series Producer: Tom Williams; Executive Producer: Cat Lewis

Being Bipolar

Being Bipolar

Channel 4 | Swan Films

(1 x 1 hr) Documentary – Psychotherapist Phillipa Perry looks into bipolar disorder, hoping to uncover more about what causes this debilitating condition, and how it affects those who have been diagnosed.

Producer/Director: Christian Watt; Executive Producers: Neil Crombie, Joe Evans

Don't Stop the Music

Don’t Stop the Music

Channel 4 | Fresh One Productions

(1 x 1 hr) First episode of a two-part documentary series. Acclaimed classical pianist James Rhodes believes every child should be given the chance to learn an instrument, so he embarks on a nationwide campaign starting with a struggling primary school in Basildon, Essex.

Edit Producer: Kim Boursnell; Series Director: Tom Coveney; Executive Producer: Jeremy Lee

Royal Marines Commando School

Royal Marines Commando School

Channel 4 | TwoFour

(1 x 1 hr) Fixed rig documentary series going behind the scenes at Lympstone, and following the young men training to become Marine Commandos.

Series Director: Alex Kohler; Executive Producers: David Clews, Dan Adamson

How to Live the Chelsea Life

How to Live the Chelsea Life

Channel 4 | Special Edition Films

(1 x 1 hr) Observational documentary following entrepreneur Adam Goff and his company, a highly selective house sharing property ‘club’ which boasts the opportunity to offer young professionals in London a millionaire’s lifestyle.

Producer/Director: Miles Blayden-Ryall; Executive Producer: Ravinder Chahal

True Stories – Pakistan's Hidden Shame

True Stories – Pakistan’s Hidden Shame

Channel 4 | Clover Films

(1 x 1 hr) Powerful documentary exposing the widespread abuse of street children in Pakistan. The film follows the story of 12 year-old Naeem, who is forced to sell his body to survive.

Director: Mo Naqvi; Executive Producer: Jamie Doran

The Trouble with Mobility Scooters

The Trouble with Mobility Scooters

BBC 1 | Nine Lives Media

(1 x 1 hr) Documentary exploring the ever growing number of mobility scooters on Britain’s streets. Although for many they offer freedom, for others they are a problem veering out of control.

Director: Tom Williams; Executive Producer: Cat Lewis

The Man with 10 Stone Testicles

The Man with 10 Stone Testicles

Channel 4 | Firecracker Films

(1 x 1 hr) The intriguing story of Las Vegas man, Wesley Warren Jr, as he struggles to find a surgical solution to his baffling condition. Pulled in 4.9 million viewers.

Producer/Director: Harry Beney; Executive Producer: Tom Barry

Lines in the Sand

Lines in the Sand

Short Film | My Pictures

Two young sisters with a secret arrive at a desolate beach. They promise to always stick together, but one has something far greater on her mind. (Received multiple official selections and awards on the festival circuit.)

Director: Michael Gilroy; Producer: Martina Silcock

Old Before My Time – Alcohol

Old Before My Time – Alcohol

BBC Three | Silver River

(1 x 1 hr) Alcohol. Cherry Healy explores the dangers of alcohol abuse, and why an increasing number of young people are suffering long term damage to their health.

Producer/Director: Tom Williams; Executive Producer: Claire Faragher

Famous, Rich and Hungry

Famous, Rich and Hungry

BBC 1 | Love Productions

(1 x 1 hr) Two part documentary series exploring food poverty. Four well-known personalities live with families who are struggling to feed themselves and their children.

Series Director: Christian Watt; Executive Producers: Kieran Smith, Richard McKerrow

The Hoarder Next Door

The Hoarder Next Door

Channel 4 | Twenty Twenty

(1 x 1 hr) Psychotherapist Stelios Kiosses attempts to help compulsive hoarder Tina, who has suffered tragic loss in her life, including the suicide of her mother.

Producer/Director: Stuart Pender; Executive Producer: Alannah Richardson

Nigel Slater: Life is Sweets

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

Sue & Giles Live the Good Life

Sue & Giles Live the Good Life

BBC 2 | Silver River

(1 x 1 hr) In celebration of the classic sitcom of the 70s, Giles Coren and Sue Perkins become Tom and Barbara, taking up residence in Suburbia to try living the Good Life for real.

Series Producer: Lucy Hooper

The Fixer

The Fixer

BBC 2 | Two Four

(2 x 1 hr) Alex Polizzi helps to fix family-run businesses struggling to stay afloat.
Producer/Director: Tom Williams; Executive Producer: Dan Adamson