A celebration of the life and work of Sir Ken Dodd, for six decades one of Britain's favourite entertainers, as told in his own words and with testimony from friends and family.
A feature-length documentary for ITV charting the life and career of Larry Grayson, one of Britain’s best-loved entertainers of the 1970’s and 1980’s, from childhood poverty in the industrial Midlands to top-of-the-bill at the London Palladium.
The genius of Leonard Bernstein is explored in this documentary for Sky Arts to mark the centenary of his birth. Dame Kiri famously performed in a landmark recording of ‘West Side Story’, conducted for the first time by Bernstein. She recalls that experience and examines Bernstein’s extraordinary musical legacy.
An award-winning documentary series for UKTV in which full and unrestricted access to comedian Bob Monkhouse’s vast personal archive afforded a definitive account of the life and career of the entertainment star, featuring testimony from his peers, friends and family members.
A special documentary for BBC One in which Dara O Briain spent time with the world’s most celebrated scientist, Professor Stephen Hawking. Dara talked with Professor Hawking at his family home, at his workplace at Cambridge University and on a visit to London’s Science Museum, and also heard from family members and colleagues about Stephen’s lifelong triumph over his medical condition
An award-winning arts documentary in which Sir Bruce Forsyth traced the life story of his friend and inspiration, Sammy Davis Jr. Bruce regarded Sammy as the greatest entertainer of all time – and set out to make the case for his talent, telling Sammy’s story of overcoming racism and discrimination during his rise to the top of American showbusiness.
Les Dawson was one of Britain’s best-loved comedians, but his premature death in 1993 cheated viewers of a long-planned ‘An Audience With…’ television special. Using ground-breaking hologram technology, this entertainment special for ITV created the performance that Les was unable to give in person, twenty years after the originally planned event, and all in front of a celebrity audience.
A special for ITV in which comedy actor and author David Walliams re-staged a photograph from his schooldays at Reigate Grammar School in the 1980’s, reuniting him with the cast of a school production – and marking a significant moment in setting the course of David’s subsequent career.
Thousands applied, hundreds auditioned and after surviving a residential boot camp, 13 hopefuls competed for a talent contract with management company Blacksheep Management owned by model and entrepreneur Katie Price.
The series discovered finalists Rylan Clark-Neal and Amy Willerton.
A factual entertainment series for Virgin Media in which two competing couples in the same neighbourhood are challenged to turn their homes into full service restaurants for an evening, with diners choosing how much to pay for the experience. The format tapped into the ‘pop up’ craze, and was successfully licenced to eighteen foreign territories.
A series for UKTV exploring the super-luxe homes that have been bought, built or created by winners of Britain’s National Lottery, where the cash has been splashed and the owners are literally ‘living the dream’.