In the latest series the duo will explore Eastern Europe with visits to countries including Croatia, Hungary and Poland. Barney said: “Dad and I have so much fun on our travels but I’m not finished with him yet!” Europe has so many more adventures on offer that I can’t wait to get Dad back behind the wheel of the RV and see what I can persuade him to do this time.”
With travel still being tricky at the moment, we can’t wait to see what the pair get up to- from the comfort from our living rooms!
Dan Knight edited episodes 1, 3 and 5. The series will start on Monday, 17 January at 8PM on ITV and ITV Hub
Oxford Scientific Films brings a new instalment to their ‘Secret Life Of..’ with this 3-part documentary exploring the relationships people have with their pets. The first episode examines the extraordinary science behind interspecies communications, using science and technology to reveal the unique ways animals have of expressing themselves, from the dog communicating with his owner using a system of buttons, to the parrots fooling Alexa into adding their favourite treats to the weekly shop.
Huggy edited 2 of the 3 episodes from this new series for ITV and Netflix and commented ‘You can never tire of fluffy puppies..!’
With Britain reopening post-pandemic, Alan Sugar is readier than ever to invest. But before he can decide on who will be his next business partner, the candidates will have to prove their worth in a number of ambitious challenges. The stakes are higher than ever as the 16 hopeful candidates are whittled down over the next 12 weeks, until only one remains.
John Watts worked on the interview episode of the new series produced by Naked Entertainment (part of Fremantle) and had a great time working on a show. He reflected: ‘I’ve watched as a fan and luckily didn’t get the dreaded “you’re fired”!’
Watch the new recruits climb the ladder into the business world at 9pm on BBC One, Thursday 6th January.
Rob Lowe rolls his suit sleeves up and takes us back through the very best of pop culture in America’s most decadent decade. For each of the 6 episodes of this new series for Nat Geo, a panel of experts decides the 80’s Top Ten in various categories from inventions to fashions.
Charlie Webb edited two episodes in the series featuring Iconic Fast Foods and Toys. Charlie loved that the show is a fun nostalgic look back at the 80’s, bringing back lots of memories! It’s full of lots of funny moments with some great names.
Get a blast from the past on Disney+ from 31st December and airing on Nat Geo from 1st January at 9pm.
Observational documentary going behind the scenes to follow the work of the staff at London’s Kew Gardens – 320 acres of the most diverse, exciting and important plant life in the world nestled in the suburbs of London.
Following the festive celebrations at the Royal Botanic Gardens as the team work tirelessly to prepare for one of the busiest times of the year. In the vegetable garden, heritage carrots are being pulled, kale cut and Jerusalem artichokes lifted ready for a very special festive meal, lights are hung from Britain’s tallest living Christmas tree and festive pruning takes place in the Temperate House. Finished just in time for the first arrivals, Kew’s magical winter trail lights up, ready for families to enjoy the festivities.
Trevor Smith was part of the team of editors that brought us this Christmas special entitled ‘Christmas Magic at Kew Gardens’, airing at 9pm on Channel 5, tonight!
Simon Cowell brings one of his passion projects to ITV: a brand new high octane 6-part musical game show, Walk The Line, presented by Maya Jamal.
The series sees musical acts taking to the stage to perform for the nation and compete in front of a panel of judges headed by Simon Cowell and comprising Gary Barlow, Alesha Dixon, Dawn French, and Craig David to win a prize £500,000.
In each show there will be a champion who must make a vital decision: either cash out then and there or stay in the contest to compete again the following night and have a chance to claim the huge, life-changing prize.
Paul Bussey edited episodes 1 and 2 and Ian Smith was stitch editor on the series. Paul enjoyed his time on the show immensely, he told us that the team were lovely and it was an absolute pleasure to work on. ‘Ep2 has some breath-taking performances from some genuinely brilliant talent. Two of the performances left me in tears (Yes, you read that right and coming from a hardened TV cynic too!).’
Watch the first episode on Sunday 12th December at 8pm on ITV. The series will continue nightly throughout the rest of the week.
The Broadcast Awards 2022 shortlist has been revealed and congratulations to our editors who have worked on programmes that made the cut to be celebrated as part of the best of British programming and channels at the most anticipated event in the television industry.
Returning series of the eccentric singing competition show, fascinating audiences and judges as they try to guess which celeb is hiding their amazing voice behind the wacky mask. Produced by Bandicoot Scotland for ITV & STV.
Selected in the ‘Best Entertainment Programme’ category.
Comedian Joe Lycett and celebrity guests fight for consumer rights, campaigning on behalf of viewers who have been cheated by businesses, scammers and dodgy deals. Produced by Rumpus Media for Channel 4.
Selected in the ‘ Best Popular Programme’ category.
The latest series of the hit BBC Three show presented by DJ Target, Krept and Konan in which 6 MCs compete to win a record deal and take over the scene. Produced by Naked Entertainment (a Fremantle label) for BBC.
Selected in the ‘Best Multichannel Programme’ and ‘Best Popular Factual Programme’ categories.
Sky Original 3-part docu-series featuring intimate testimony from some of the earliest HIV patients and real-life heroes to tell the tragedies and triumphs of Britain’s 40-year battle with HIV.
Positive tracks the recent social history of our country, from a nation mired in prejudice, intolerance and homophobia to a society that’s increasingly accepting of individuals’ sexual and gender choices. Through Positive, audiences will witness the making of modern Britain.
Across the three-episode run, the series takes us from the first recorded UK case in 1981 right through to the present day where prevention methods such as PrEP, and treatment methods leading to an undetectable status, are widely available and accessible to all, helping to create a world with less stigma and fewer new HIV cases.
Teddy Bekele worked on Episode 3 of the series produced by Arrow Pictures for Sky. Watch it on Sky Documentaries at 9pm on World AIDS Day.
Set during one of the most turbulent periods in medieval Britain, this 3-part docudrama series tells the story of the Wars of the Roses, charting the origins of the Tudor dynasty through a unique lens – the women who shaped the course of English history, specifically Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother to England’s first Tudor monarch.
Nick Follows cut episode 2 which traverses the second period of the Wars of the Roses (roughly 1468-1471) concluding with Edward IV once again safe on the throne – while Margaret Beaufort’s son, Henry Tudor, is driven into exile. Nick really enjoyed melding the drama and documentary styles to tell the story of England’s greatest dynasty.
Delve into History and pick a side at 9pm on Sky History.
First-hand footage of the Taliban capture of Kabul and the subsequent flight of refugees shot by a team of local journalists working for Dispatches filming in the Afghan capital. In the following days, they follow some of the terrified Afghans trying to escape to a new life abroad. Among them is Zoya Faizi, a noted female rights activist. They also gather striking footage of Anas Haqqani, one of the senior figures of the Al Qaeda-backed Haqqani network, visiting Bagram prison, where, until recently, he was held while facing a death sentence.
Dave Richards edited this for Quicksilver Media, alongside Prod/Dir Sue Turton. Watch it at 6:30pm on Channel 4, Saturday 27th November.
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