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Greenlit: World’s Angriest: Caught on Camera, Channel 5

World’s Angriest: Caught on Camera (8×60′) – Looks at what happens when situations get out of control with an attempt to work out what went wrong. Channel: Channel 5 Producer: Mentorn Media TX: TBC Source: C21 Media

Greenlit: Caught on Camera, Channel 5

Caught on Camera (1 x 60′) –  Intrepid journalist Nick Wallis joins police forces across the country to reveal how CCTV and technological advances are recording more and more criminal activity. From petty street-crime to gangland murder we reveal the shocking footage and the real crimes that are Caught on Camera in the UK – […]

Greenlit: Weather Terror, Channel 5 / BBC Earth

Weather Terror aka Extreme Weather: The Survivors  (6 x ) –   The last decade on Earth has seen the most powerful typhoon ever, the biggest Atlantic hurricane, the worst Himalayan blizzard disaster and these extreme weather conditions have been caught on camera. In this series, we’ll see incredible first hand testimonies from travellers who have […]

Greenlit: Chaos: Caught on Camera, Discovery Networks International / Science Channel

Chaos: Caught on Camera (10 x 30′) –  Each pulsating episode explores shocking viral videos, featuring chaos of all kinds, from catastrophic weather to the world’s worst man-made disasters; amazing tales of human endurance and survival to disastrous engineering failures; and incredible real-time footage of near-fatal accidents to astonishing animal attacks. The heart-stopping clips play […]

Greenlit: The Floods That Foiled New Year: Caught on Camera, Channel 4

The Floods that Foiled New Year: Caught On Camera (1 x 60′) –  Fast turnaround documentary that uses experts and footage to explain the science behind the flooding that brought devastation to large areas of Britain over Christmas and New Year 2013/4. Channel: Channel 4 Producer: Pioneer Productions TX: 6th March 2014 Source: Broadcast

Greenlit: The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door, Channel 5

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door (6 x 60′) –  A eries in which viewers will be able to delve into the most extreme and extraordinary neighbour disputes and witness some of Britain’s worst offenders in a compelling portrait of modern Britain. There are six million complaints about nightmare neighbours every year and most people have […]

Greenlit: Police 5, Channel 5

Police 5 –  Crime prevention series that helps viewers avoid becoming victims of crime. Presented by Joe Crowley, with Kate McIntyre as roving reporter, the series is presented on location in a real-life CCTV control room. Complete with a unique brand of hidden camera crime prevention, the secrets of the thieves’ trade, up-to-the-minute crime news […]

Greenlit: Superstorm USA: Caught on Camera, BBC3

Superstorm USA: Caught on Camera (1 x 60′) –  Fast-turnaround documentary that uses amateur footage filmed on the mobile phones and cameras of people caught up in the storm. Channel: BBC3 Producer: Mentorn Media TX: 15th November 2012 Source: Realscreen

Greenlit: Japan’s Tsunami: Caught on Camera, Channel 4

Japan’s Tsunami: Caught on Camera (1 x 60′) – Documentary that uses amateur footage recorded by eyewitnesses to the devastating tsunami and sees survivors return to the scene. Channel: Channel 4 Producer: ITV Productions TX: Autumn 2011 Source: Broadcast

Greenlit: See No Evil, Investigation Discovery

See No Evil w/t – Living in a surveillance society, much of our lives are caught on camera – and what turns up on tape is shocking. This show tells modern mysteries from a new perspective, using real surveillance footage. Each episode features incredible stories where video footage helps to solve a crime. Channel: Investigation Discovery TX: 17th […]

Greenlit: Wheels That Fail, Velocity

Wheels That Fail w/t (18 x 30′) – A comedic compilation of the most outrageous, hilarious and dangerous misadventures on wheels. Featuring compelling caught-on-camera clips, razor-sharp commentary, and mind-blowing segments, this fast-paced series assembles the very best of the worst for your viewing pleasure. From faulty design to stunts gone wrong and just plain-old stupid driving, the […]

Greenlit: Undercover Magic, truTV

Undercover Magic w/t (12 x ) – What happens when you combine a mind-blowing magician with an insatiable practical joker?  Michael Carbonaro is a magician by trade, but a prankster at heart. In this new series, Michael performs baffling tricks on unsuspecting people in everyday situations, all caught on hidden camera. Posing as an ordinary bartender […]

How to Write a Proposal a TV Commissioner Will Actually Read

Commissioning editors can receive up to 80 programme proposals a week; few will be read from start to finish. Many commissioners never read past the first paragraph, or even the title. On average, they make a decision within 40 seconds. Usually that decision results in the proposal being filed in the bin.

So how can you make sure a commissioner keeps reading to the end of your proposal? Here are ten ways to make your proposal stand out and keep your commissioner reading to the end.

Greenlit: Developing Factual/Reality TV Ideas From Concept to Pitch – Filmography

Greenlit: Developing Factual/Reality TV Ideas from Concept to Pitch reveals how to get an idea for a documentary or non-fiction/reality television series such as Touching the Void, The Apprentice or Supernanny from concept to commission and explains why having a great idea is not enough. Candid interviews with fifty top industry insiders – including international […]

Greenlit: Moments of Impact, Discovery

Moments of Impact (13×60′) –  Archive driven show that reveals the shocking moments when crashes, stunts or explosions are caught on camera and tells of the dramatic rescues that ensued. Channel: Discovery Producer: Nash Entertainment TX: 2 July 2009 Source: C21 Media

Greenlit: You’re Nicked!, Five

You’re Nicked! (6×60) – Natalie Pinkham presents a series that reveals dramatic police chases and raids that have been captured on camera, and she talks to the officers involved to find out how they caught the criminals. Channel: Five Producer: Raw Cut TV Source: Broadcast

How to Write a Proposal a TV Commissioner Will Actually Read

Commissioning editors can receive up to 80 programme proposals a week; few will be read from start to finish.

Many commissioners never read past the first paragraph, or even the title. On average, they make a decision within 40 seconds. Usually that decision results in the proposal being filed in the bin.

So how can you make sure a commissioner keeps reading to the end of your proposal? Here are ten ways to make your proposal stand out and keep your commissioner reading to the end.

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