This 8-part series explores the story of Jesus through a unique lens: the people in his life who were closest to him. Each of the eight chapters is told from the perspective of different biblical figures, all of whom played a pivotal role in his life – Joseph, John the Baptist, Mary the mother of Jesus, the High Priest Caiaphas, Judas Iscariot, Pontius Pilate, Mary Magdalene and Peter. Each individual takes a turn guiding viewers through the emotional and epic story of one of the most famous figures in history, through his birth, death and resurrection, through a combination of scripted drama and interviews with a diverse group of scholars, faith leaders and theologians from across the ideological spectrum.
Editors; Huggy, Robyn, Matt Lowe and Phil all worked on this epic series. Huggy who was editing on it for nearly 4 months said “The production was of epic scale, using hundreds of extras on Ridley Scott’s former location for ‘Kingdom of Heaven’ in Morocco. I was always conscious of the time, effort and cost it took to shoot the material I was handling. I certainly learnt a lot about the story of Jesus and the people he came into contact with”
Series premieres March 25, and airs across the 4 weeks leading up to Easter 2019
Well done to Charlie who edited last night’s first part of a two-part documentary The Choir: Our School by the Tower follows Gareth Malone as he works with students at Kensington Aldridge Academy, the school next to the site of the tower block blaze, in which five of its students died. Gareth helps students put on a very special show to mark the reopening of their refurbished school. The aim is to celebrate their pride in the community, their happy memories and the courage and resilience they have shown in the wake of a disaster. This is a big-hearted film, sensitively put together and was testament to its transformative, therapeutic power of these remarkable children.
Jen Hampson edited the programme which sees inexperienced climbers Shirley Ballas, Ed Balls, Anita Rani, Dani Dyer, Alexander Armstrong, Dan Walker, Osi Umenyiora, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock undertake an eight-day trek scaling Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Jen was actually based out in Tanzania for the first 10 days of the edit.
since Gary Barlow, Alesha Dixon, Fearne Cotton, Cheryl, Kimberley Walsh, Ben
Shephard, Ronan Keating, Denise Van Outen and Chris Moyles completed the
challenge, the new recruits are taking on a tougher, longer route, and are
likely to spend even more time at extreme altitude. Cameras follow their
The Royal Television Society Programme Awards celebrate the best that the UK television industry has to offer. Congratulations to all the nominees including Duncan, Simon, Joe, Tim, Hugo and Alex who have all worked on programmes that have been nominated!
My Life: Locked in Boy- Sugar Films for CBBC- Edited by Simon Bennet
The Ruth Ellis Files: A Very British Crime Story- Wall to Wall for BBC4- Edited by Duncan Buchanan
The Art of Drumming – Wall to Wall for Sky Arts- Edited by Joe Swanson
In this series Actors Nigel Havers and Sally Lindsay visit some of the UK’s poshest hotels, experiencing some of the glitz and glamour on offer to wealthy guests gaining an insight into the lives of the staff and having a go at their duties. Tonight’s episode edited by Aidan Sansom is based in Dartmoor National Park. Sally, Nigel and poodle Charlie explore Bovey Castle, a luxury golf and spa resort. Nigel’s suite comes with a complimentary Barbour jacket for Charlie. Sally prepares a venison dinner for the hunters’ return, part of a £500-per-head dining experience, before enjoying a round of golf on Bovey’s famous championship course.
Friday 22nd Feb 9pm Channel 5, other
episodes in the series can be watched on MY5
Every day millions of Americans are caught on CCTV. Most people are usual citizens going about their everyday lives, however some are guilty of unspeakable crimes. See No Evil is a ground breaking series which looks at how real crimes are solved with the help of surveillance cameras. Police reveal how CCTV footage has answered cases that otherwise might have remained unsolved. The series features real footage and dramatic reconstruction, combined with first-hand testimony from police, witnesses, and families. Teddy Bekele has worked across series 5.
This ambitious series looks to crown the most beloved icons
of the 20th century, inviting audiences to vote for their most influential
figure. The shortlisted ‘icons’ have been divided up into different categories
depending on their field of excellence.
Nick Follows worked across the series and edited tonight’s episode which looks at Artists and Writers. Actress and model Lily Cole assesses the legacies and achievements of Pablo Picasso, Virginia Woolf, Alfred Hitchcock and Andy Warhol – four of the 20th century’s greatest artists and writers. Co-founder of the Cubist movement, Picasso possessed extraordinary talent from an early age. He could have had a brilliant career as a traditional artist, but chose to rip up the artistic rule book, creating defiantly sensual and provocative pieces. Woolf subverted expectations, both professionally and personally, breaking new ground in literature and issuing a rallying cry for artistic equality on behalf of women everywhere. Nicknamed the `Master of Suspense’, Hitchcock’s career spanned six decades, and he was behind some of the most famous moments in cinema. In an age of post-war prosperity, Andy Warhol’s work, which explored consumerism and mass production, was so revolutionary that while some thought he had redefined art, others believed he had broken it.
begins at the end of each programme at 10pm, and is open until 4pm the next
day. The winners of the two categories airing each week will be announced live
on The One Show – which will also be supporting the show’s grand finale in
Icon’s Artists and Writers is aired tonight
at 9pm BBC2.
Other episodes are available on Iplayer
Actor Bradley Walsh and his 20-year-old son Barney are hitting the road together for a brand-new four-part series, travelling over 2000 miles from Los Angeles to New Orleans. They might be father and son but when it comes to travelling they are worlds apart, with Bradley keen to relax while Barney wants to live life a little more on the edge. Worried his old man is too stuck in his ways, Barney has decided to take matters into his own hands with an adventurous trip that his dad will never forget.
Dave Berezai edited episode 1. He said “It was great to work on an ITV prime-time show with all those at Hungrybear. Brad provided real moments of comedy and the situations he found himself in created genuine drama. It was great fun putting it all together and crafting the show”.
Dan Knight edited episodes 2 (Arizona) and 3 (Texas). He said “The team were great, especially series director Phil Ashton.The biggest challenge was finding the nuggets of reality when the talent let their guard down. They had very clear ideas of what the show should be, but the best moments came when they were just being themselves. Bradley is a big character and will always give great material but it’s fun to find the real moments of terror and joy when their guard slips, like the Skydiving or the cowboy college. Then to build that into something that feels really special”
The Broadcast Awards is the most highly anticipated event in the television industry calendar, celebrating the very best in British programming and channels and we are delighted to see that our editors have worked on several of the programmes nominated.
The Fight for Mosul- Mongoose Pictures for Channel 4. This Intimate documentary following a group of young soldiers leading the fight to re-take Mosul after more than two years of ISIS rule. Edited by Ella Newton, it has been shortlisted in the ‘Best Documentary Programme category’.
Massacre at Ballymurphy- The Outsider Movie Company and Dartmouth Films for Channel 4. Edited by Charlie Hawryliw, this feature length documentary tells the unknown story of the death eleven innocent people at the hands of the British Army in a Catholic Estate in 1971. It has been shortlisted in the ‘Best News & Current Affairs Programme’.
Hospital-Series 3- Label1 for BBC Two. Observational fixed rig documentary series set in Nottingham University Hospital, one of the country’s biggest and busiest Trusts. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Documentary series’, Rose Glandfield edited one of the 60min episodes.
Love Island Series 4. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Entertainment’ Catergory – Tim Fielding and Janet Shaw worked on this popular reality dating show.
Celebrity Hunted- Shine Television for Channel 4, Also shortlisted in the ‘Best Entertainment’ Catergory. Tanya Trochoulias and Jen Hampson worked on this series where seven famous faces join this hit real-life thriller, for Stand Up to Cancer.
Sounds like Friday Night- Fulwell 73 for BBC1. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Music Programme’ category. Gavin Ames edited the VT’s across the whole of this live music series presented by Greg James and Dotty.
The Repair Shop- Ricochet for BBC2 Best Popular Factual Programme. Alex Marsh and Hugo Fowler have worked on the series.
Escape to The Chateau: DIY – Martin Sole edited one of these episodes for Spark Media/Channel 4.
All Together Now- Tim Fielding worked on the series for the Endemol Shine Group for Remarkable Television.
The awards will take place Wednesday 6 February 2019. Good luck to everyone shortlisted!
Britain’s Youngest Football Boss (w/t) is a Curious Films production for BBC Three. Charlie Russell and Dov Freedman are the Executive Producers
The first two episodes in a brand new series following top flight football club West Ham United women’s team and their 19 year-old Managing Director Jack Sullivan.
Filming on and off the pitch across the season, the series will follow the progress of a squad of female players as they debut in the professional Women’s Super League. Having leapfrogged two divisions from the part-time third tier into the newly-revamped league, West Ham United women’s team will now, for the first time, compete at the highest level of the sport, against some of the toughest teams in the world.
Jack’s first full-time job since leaving school at 16 will be overseeing a squad of 18 outspoken, powerful women, and trying to raise the profile of a growing sport, one often dismissed and derided by male fans. With exclusive access to the club, players and backroom staff, as well as to Jack and his larger-than-life family, this is a revealing and inspiring behind-the-scenes story of what it takes to be a professional female footballer in today’s game, and whether a loveable but inexperienced teenager can change the face of women’s football.Mark Pickles and Jamie Williams are working on the series.
We are super proud that several projects that our editors have worked on have been shortlisted in the Grierson Awards. The Griersons are the biggest event in the UK documentary calendar with the ceremony taking place in November. A big congratulations to Charlie Hawryliw. Three amazing projects that… Read More
Editor: Duncan Hill Screening at the Science Museum 28th June 7.30pm Made by The Science Unit, BBC Studios, co-produced with PBS and The Open University. Executive Producer: Andrew Cohen, Producer: James van Der Pool, Director: Anthony Philipson. Eight days, three hours, 18 minutes, 35 seconds. That’s the total duration… Read More
Films of Record Editor: Charlie Hawryliw Thursday 16th May 9pm BBC2 At 23 years old, actor David Harewood suffered a mental breakdown and was taken into hospital, where he was treated with anti-psychotic medication. Now, in this 60min documentary edited by Charlie Hawryliw,… Read More
Box to Box Films for Netflix Editors: Duncan Hill and Chris Duveen Formula 1: Drive to Survive is a gripping, high-octane 10 part series which is the first to give exclusive and intimate access to the greatest racing competition in the world. From the makers of Senna… Read More
Woodcut Media for National Geographic Editor: Charlie Hawryliw The BAFTA nominated actor Joseph Fiennes has ticked off a childhood dream, by retracing his cousin Sir Ranulph Fiennes’ second expedition 50 years ago. Charlie Hawryliw edited one episode of this three part series which shows Ranulph,… Read More
Revolution in Ruins The Hugo Chávez StoryBBC2 Editor Graham TaylorAvailable on IPlayer This documentary edited by Graham Taylor with additional editing by Ella Newton explores the extraordinary story of Venezuelan politician Hugo Chávez’s 14-year presidency, which saw incredible short-term achievements in health and education overshadowed by a… Read More
Fulwell 73 for Netflix Executive producers are Leo Pearlman and Ben Turner. Lem Lawrence– Online using Flame Post Production Facility: Halo Commissioned by Netflix, Sunderland Till I Die is an eight-part series produced by James Corden’s production company Fulwell 73. The behind the scenes documentary looks at… Read More
Mongoose Pictures Frontline PBS and The Guardian Channel 4 Editor Ella Newton Congratulations to Ella Newton and the team at Mongoose Pictures. We are super excited to hear that Mosul has been nominated for two Emmys: Outstanding Short Doc and Outstanding Cinematography! On top of that, it has… Read More
Paul Holland stepped in to fill the rather big shoes of editor David Fairhead who had a long history of working with the director David Sington, so the main challenge was to be sympathetic to their rhythm and style of cutting (which was quite different to his own) whilst… Read More
Series 2 3 Part Series Episode 1 Thursday 5th April 9pm ITV Journalist and former detective Mark Williams-Thomas looks into a series of missing women and unsolved murder cases, and attempts to link them to two men currently serving time for murder. His investigation begins with 18-year-old Louise… Read More
In this personal documentary, Jesy opens up about the impact cyberbullies had on her life and the effect on her men… https://t.co/9yfAAWJh3W