Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
Television’s top consumer experts are put to the test as they’re pitted against one another and challenged to make a profit – with their own money and their reputations on the line.
- Reef TV / BBC
- Director - Various
Desi Rascals chronicles the lives of a multi-generational cast within the British Asian community of London.
- Buccaneer / Sky
- Director - Various
Find My First Love
FIND MY FIRST LOVE follows one lovesick man or woman on a rollercoaster journey to reconnect with a lost love. Will the spark still be there, will they even recognize you, or perhaps the object of your long-held affection has been harboring the same thoughts and runs crying into your arms? From the high-school sweetheart that moved away 20 years ago, to the holiday romance that fizzled because you lost each other’s email addresses; this is an emotional treasure hunt that will resonate with old and young alike. Journalist, blogger and hopeless romantic Cherry Healey, hosts.
- Nerd TV / FYI
- Director - Alison Kagan
Artsnight – a weekly 30 minute arts and culture magazine show for BBC Two, made by BBC Arts. Each week’s special is curated and guest presented by a different major player in contemporary British culture.
- BBC / BBC2
- Director - Georgina Leslie
Tim Shaw teams up with daredevil Buddy Munro to recreate “hilarious and terrifying” acts that originally appeared online, and to investigate the real-life science behind them.
The Queen’s Big Night Out
The remarkable true story, from VE day in 1945, of when the future Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret slipped out of Buckingham Palace to celebrate in secret with the public on London’s streets.
Seventy-seven-year-old drinks connoisseur Ross Harvey loves meeting new people and trying new things. In the series, he explores six different cultures over a drink with members of the group.
- Spirit Digital / 4OD
- Director - Matt Campion
Portillo’s State Secrets
Michael Portillo unearths previously classified documents from The National Archives, discovering fascinating facts about Britain’s past.
- BBC / BBC 2
- Director - John O'Kane
Britain’s Greatest Generation
A film dedicated to telling the stories of men and women in their 80s, 90s and 100s. From childhood to war; romance to retirement – this generation has experienced the most radical amount of change within their lifetime than any other. Their memories and values are hugely important for educating and inspiring our future generations.
- Testimony Films / BBC2
- Director - Steve Humphries
Documentary following the redevelopment of a Victorian paper mill in Hampshire into Bombay Sapphire’s state of the art gin distillery.
- Renegade / Channel 4
- Director - Theo Williams