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 – […]
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
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 […]
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 […]
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
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
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 […]
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.
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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 […]
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
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
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.