Credit List

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Nadiya’s British Food Adventure

BBC Studios Bristol

Exec Producer Paolo Proto

Series Producer Stephen Leigh

8x29mins BBC2

Every one knows Nadiya, you know the one off of the Bake off. Well before she starts hosting the bake off replacement on aunty beeb she has her own new series. Nadiya goes around the country meeting farmers and food producers, and cooking up recipes based on her experiences.
She fishes for crabs and meets a michelin chef who cooks with perfumes, visits an urban farm in London and makes haloumi in yorkshire.
Tx 17th July 2017

 

The Craft Hour

RDF West

Exec Producer Andrew Anderson

Series Producer Stephen Leigh

1×47 Channel 4

Features craft show. Presenters Will Hardie, Ant Anstead and Clemency Green visit craftsmen and women

learning how to weave willow and oak, stitch leather into a satchel and make scented candles. Will makes a

garden bench, Ant makes a blacksmith inspire craft table and Clem makes a terrarium.

Millionaire Mansions: Designing Britain’s Finest Interiors 

Indus

Exec Producer Lucy Carter

Series Producer Will Lorimer

Producer Cathy Dubin

1 (of 3) x 47 Channel 4

Character driven look at those who decorate the super riches houses and apartments.

We explore the world of speculative development through the development of artists studios in chelsea.

James Martin Christmas Comforts

BBC

Series Producer: Nicola Kingscote

Edit Producer, Russell Brown

4 of 10 x 45’ BBC1

TV chef James Martin, cooks up a storm in his home kitchen. The series looks at Food history, local food

producers and small food manufacturers.

The World’s Most Expensive Food (Series 2)

Indus

Exec Producer Lucy Carter

Producer Director Nick Mattingly

1 (of 2) x 47 Channel 4

Character driven look at those who supply the super rich.

We go to the ends of the earth to bring the finest sea food to the plate, Daniel’s Jet catering moves into the homes of Billionaires, The Russians tell us why the just love bling so much and we explore the subterranean world of wine.

Big Blue UK

BBC NHU

Series Producer Jess Coleman

3 (of 5) x 59 BBC2

As part of Big Blue Week, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and a team of marine enthusiasts follow the animals arriving and thriving in UK waters.

Hairy Bikers’ Northern Exposure

BBC

Exec Producer Gil Tierney

Producer Director Stephen Leigh

1 (of 6) x 59 BBC2

The hairy ones go on a road trip, the first since Si’s brain exploded. They are in Poland, tasting the delights

of Pirogi, and Bigos.

A Brief history of Graffiti

Kaboom

Exec Producer Charles Furneaux

Producer Nick Powell

1 x 59′ BBC4

Art Historian Dr. Richard Clay takes us on a journey from prehistoric cave art to the Reichstag via New

york city subway vandals and french super graf artists, and the legendary Blek the Rat who invented

stencilled street art.

The World’s Most Expensive Food

Indus

Exec Producer Lucy Carter

Producer Director John Coffey

1 (of 2) x 47 Channel 4

Character driven look at those who supply the super rich.

We explore the world of Catering for private jets, the worlds most expensive desert, the future of caviar and the

weird and wonderful world of rare and fine wine.

Sun Sex and Suspicious Parents

RDF

ExecProducer: Catherine Welton

Edit Producer, Sarah Ladbury

2×57’ (of 6) BBC3

OMG! Drunken teens, surprised parents.

James Martin Home Comforts Series 2

BBC

ExecProducer: Karen Plumb

Series Producer: Nicola Kingscote

Edit Producer, Dan Slee

6 (of 15) x 45’ BBC1

TV chef James Martin, cooks up a storm in his home kitchen. The series looks at Food history, local food

producers and small food manufacturers.

Ancient Impossible

Wild Dream Films

Exec Stuart Clarke

Producer David Coward

3 x 42 (of 10) Discovery US

Ancient Impossible reveals how many of today’s technological achievements were actually developed centuries

ago. Colossal monuments, impossible feats of engineering and technologies so precise they defy reinvention–the

ancient world was far more advanced than we ever imagined. We’ll travel through history to reveal a radically

different picture of the past, with innovations so far ahead of their time, they’re still in use today. New science

uncovers a lost world more like our own than we ever suspected, and reveals how modern technology has its

blueprint in the ancient world.

Cant Pay? We’ll take it away.

Touch productions

ExecProducer: Malcolm Brinkworth

1 (of 4) x 45’ C5

Obs doc following High Court enforcement officers as they recover debts, repossess houses and strike deals to

make both sides happy.

James Martin : Home Comforts

BBC

ExecProducer: Karen Plumb

Series Producer: Rose Edwards

Edit Producers Jake Senior and Dan Slee

3 (of 15) x 45’ BBC1

TV chef James Martin, cooks up a storm in his home kitchen. The series looks at Food history, local food

producers and small food manufacturers.

River Cottage: To the Core

Keo Films

Exec Nick Shearman

Series Producer Stephen Leigh

Series Director Steve Cole

2 x 47’ (of 4) Channel 4

Hugh is on a mission to get us eating more fruit, growing more fruit and in particular cooking more with fruit. In this series he shows how fruit can bring an unexpected and delicious twist to meat, fish and vegetable dishes as well as forming the basis for many a fine desert.

 

Road to RedBull Soapbox

UMTV

Exec Chris Gillett

Series Producer Steven Kidgell

5 x 23’ DAVE

With Much fun and laughter we follow four teams as they prepare for the RedBull soapbox race in Alexandra palace in July 2013.

The Toob: 3 accountants who have never done any diy let alone welding.

Piece of Cake: Lawnmower racer Dave from Devon and his daughters.

Spitphya: Industrial Motorcycle designers build an overly ambitious 30’s speed record cart.

Thunderbirds: Aerospace engineers who half heartedly build Thunderbird 2

 

Britain’s Holiest Places

Western Front Films

Exec Eric Harwood

Series Producer Nick Watts

6 x 29’ BBC4

Shrines, Caves, Islands, Water, Ruins and Trees & Mountains.

Using the above themes we explore how our religious heritage and landscape have developed over the centuries. Thoughtful landscape porn.

 

Hugh’s 3 Good Things
5×30 (of 25) Channel 4
Keo
Exec: Nick Shearman
Series Producer Stephen Leigh
Produced by Lucy Parker

Hugh Fearnly-Whittingstall takes on 2 chefs each day in a challenge to make the tastiest dish from just three ingredients, all sharing one star ingredient.

The Hairy Bikers; Everyday Gourmet
1×59 (of 6)  BBC2
BBC
Exec: Pete Lawrence
Series producer Karen Plum
Produced Christina Nutter

Welsh Poet Laureate Ifor Ap Glyn goes on a journey of discovery to find out how the toilet developed. From the first water closet belonging to Queen Elizabeth I to the electric washing toilets of Japan, we see how our ancestors coped with their waste and how the toilet could evolve into a box that converts poo into energy.

River Cottage; Three go mad
1×59 Channel 4
Keo
Exec: Andrew Palmer
Produced and directed by Stephen Leigh

Three non cooking actors (Felicity Kendel, Philip Glenister and Keeley Hawes) pay a visit to river cottage to take home some tips on how to cook and get a crash course in the river cottage way.

The Nazi Temple of Doom
1×59 C5
Furneux – Edgar
Exec: Charles Furneux
Produced and directed by Steve Baker

Who built an 11kg gold cauldron that was found in a Bavarian lake in 2001. The experts first thought it was early Bronze age but the scientists found it had to be a 20th century artifact. The investigation leads to the early days of the nazi party, and to the SS headquarters at Wewelsburg castle.

The Toilet: an unspoken history
1×59 BBC4
Western Front Films
Exec: Eric Harwood
Produced and directed by Nick Watts

Welsh Poet Laureate Ifor Ap Glyn goes on a journey of discovery to find out how the toilet developed. From the first water closet belonging to Queen Elizabeth I to the electric washing toilets of Japan, we see how our ancestors coped with their waste and how the toilet could evolve into a box that converts poo into energy.

Hairy Bikers: Best of British
7 of 30 (45mins) and 3 of 10 (59mins) BBC2
BBC
Exec: Pete Lawrence
Series Producer: Karen Plumb

The Hairy duo tour the country looking at the best the land has to offer and the social history of food in the UK. Returning to their Best of British Kitchen to cook up classic British recipes.

Future Family
1 (of 5) x 47 mins Channel 4
Two Four
Series producer Stephen Leigh

An average family take on every high tech gadget, looking at how new developments will transform the way we live, from how we work and play, to relaxation, how we power and heat our homes, as well as eating and staying healthy. The series aims to find out what this will be like for a normal family living in a normal home. Does the reality match up to the dream and is it possible to combine cutting-edge technology with lowering carbon emissions and cutting household bills?

America’s planned war on Britain
1×45 C5
Western Front Films
Produced and directed by Nick Watts

In the 1930s America planned for a war with her greatest rival Britain. They intended to invade Canada. Drawing the British Empire into a war on the scale of the First World War on the Canadian border. In this archive driven counter factual film we invite academics from both sides to war game the plans and show the predicted and probable outcomes.

Doctor Who Confidential
1 (of 7) x 59 mins BBC 3
BBC
Produced by Pearse Lehane

Behind the scenes on the set of Dr. Who

Fred Dinage’s Crime stories
4 x 46 min C&I
Talent tv
Produced and directed by Martin Hicks
Executive producer Kate Beal

A 21st century look at some classic British crimes.

Julia Bradbury’s Iceland Walk
1 x 59 mins BBC4/2
Skyworks
Produced and directed by Nick Watts
Executive Producer Eric Harwood

Julia Bradbury ventures up the Volcano that closed Europe’s airspace. Accompanied by guide Hanna, Julia takes on Iceland’s Landmannalauga Trail , from the hot springs at Landmannalauga to the new crater at Eyjafjallajkoll.

Fairy Job Mother – Shakil Safir
1 x48 mins Channel 4
Studio Lambert
Produced and directed by Fergus O’Brien
Executive Producer: Tania Alexander

Employment expert Hayley Taylor spends 3 weeks trying to get ex warehouse manager Shakil ready to rejoin the ranks of the employed.
Taking a holistic approach she builds his confidence and helps focus his search. Will he get an interview and can he get a job?

Diet or my husband dies.
1 x 50 mins BBC1
BBC
Producer: Martin Hicks
Executive Producer: Julian Mercer

In this Observational Documentary over-weight Samantha Lamb wants to donate one of her kidneys to her husband Andy. In order to do so she has to lose 4 stone, will she be able to do so in the short deadline she has set herself and will the surgeons be willing to go ahead with the operation anyway.

DIY SOS; Children in need Special
1 x 60 mins BBC1
BBC
Producer: Helga Berry
Executive Producer: Simon Knight

In this DIY SOS special Nick Knowles and the team attempt to re-house a dad and four children who have spent four years stuck in a caravan in the garden of their one bed house. Dad, Joe, and his four children are at crisis point after a succession of disasters have left them living in unsuitable conditions and no money to sort it out. In their biggest build yet DIY SOS have two weeks to build a three bed extension and renovate a whole house: kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms.

Farm Camp
1 (of 10) 25 mins CITV
Handle and Spout
Producer: Jo Robinson
Series Producer: Karen Beland
Executive Producer: Paul Shuttleworth

This series follows the exploits of nine plucky children aged between nine and twelve as they embark on a unique adventure of discovery – swapping their city lives for country living to follow the real life story of just where the food comes from.

Secret Millionaire: Kevin Green
1 (of 8 ) 60 mins Channel 4
RDF
Producer: David Vallance
Series Producer: Ros Ponder
Executive Producer: Tayte Simpson

The Secret Millionaire becomes part of a new community for two weeks, making new friends and meeting the local residents, taking on new jobs and even doing voluntary work – all with a view to deciding who are the most deserving.

Halcyon River Diaries

1 (of 4 ) 60 mins BBC1
Halcyon Media
Producer: Charlie Hamilton-James; Philippa Forrester
Director: Richard Taylor-Jones
Exec: Sam Organ

Wildlife camerman Charlie Hamilton-James shows his family the extraordinary life to be found on the ordinary river they live on.

Young Mums Mansion 2
2 (of 10 ) 60 mins
BBC3
Love West
Producer: Martin Morrison
Series Producer: Simon Kerfoot

Ten single parents and their twelve children move into a mansion in Somerset to find out whether living communally is better than being on their own. And this time five of the parents are single dads. Can men and women whose relationships have failed put aside their differences with the opposite sex and tackle life together?

Oz and James Drink to Britain
4 (of 8 ) 30 mins BBC2
Producer: Lucy Kattenhorn
Series Producer: Michael Davies

Wine expert Oz Clarke teams up with Top Gear mins James May for an unforgettable road trip through the UK sampling all the liquid delights to be found on the way. Caution this contains Morris Dancing.