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Greenlit: The Big Food Rescue, BBC1

The Big Food Rescue (5 x 45′) – Follows the anti-food waste movement as it aims to make a dent in the 10 million tonnes of food thrown away in the UK every year. David Cairns and Robin Aitken set up a charity to stop edible food going to landfill and began delivering it to […]

Greenlit: The Last Miners, BBC1

The Last Miners (2 x 60′) – A documentary with exclusive access as 450 miners embark on a five-week countdown to their last ever shift at Kellingley Colliery, North Yorkshire, marking the end of British deep coal mining. It follows lives of the workers who were put out of work by the closure of the […]

Greenlit: Mary Berry’s Secrets From Britain’s Great Houses, BBC1

Mary Berry’s Secrets From Britain’s Great Houses w/t (6 x 30′)  – In this sumptuous new series Mary Berry explores some of the nation’s most beloved stately homes through the prism of what she’s best known for – food. Her exclusive invitation to these great houses will take her away from the well-trodden tourist paths. Revealing […]

Greenlit: Animals with Cameras. BBC1

Animals With Cameras (3 x 60′) – What if animals could tell their own stories? Animals spend so much time in places where human camera operators can’t go, filming wildlife is often impossible. But that’s going to change in this groundbreaking series, where the cameras are given to the animals. Presenter and wildlife cameraman Gordon […]

Greenlit: Seven Worlds, BBC1

Seven Worlds (7 x 60′) – Each  episode will transport viewers to a single continent and tell the story of its spectacular wildlife and iconic landscapes. The series will reveal just how the particular characteristics of each continent – their shape, size, climate, ancient past and position on our planet – have given rise to […]

Greenlit: Attenborough And The Giant Sea Dragon, BBC1

Attenborough And The Giant Sea Dragon (1 x 60′) – A remarkable chance discovery could reveal secrets that have lain hidden for 200 million years and David Attenborough is on a quest to uncover them. A super predator that ruled the ocean at the time of the dinosaurs has been found in a crumbling cliff […]

Greenlit: Landlords, BBC1

Landlords (3 x 60′) -Each episode follows two UK landlords who spend time living in their own rental properties, to see what life is like for their tenants. Platform: BBC1 Producer: Boundless TX: TBC Source: Broadcast

Greenlit: The Hairy Bikers’ Winter Warmers, BBC1

The Hairy Bikers’ Winter Warmers w/t (15 x 45′) – The Hairy Bikers will be sharing their favourite home cooked winter warmers. Dishes that are easy to make and comforting to eat in the coldest of months. They’ll also take a look at some of the best loved international dishes that warm up our winters. […]

Greenlit: My Farm’s Big Day Out, BBC1

My Farm’s Big Day Out w/t (15 x 45′) –  A unique format that celebrates the range of exceptional and inspirational family-run farms across the UK. There are approximately 100,000 family farms in the UK producing everything from fruit, wine, cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry to arable crops, seafood, fish, eggs, dairy goods and vegetables. […]

Greenlit: The Secret Life of The Hospital Bed, BBC1

The Secret Life of The Hospital Bed w/t (15 x 45′) – Follows four different beds in four NHS hospitals across the UK featuring the different patients occupying them and their very different journeys. Across the each episode, fixed-rig cameras will tell the story of patients who enter four different hospitals across the country. The […]

Greenlit: People Power, BBC1

People Power  w/t (5 x 45′) – Dave Myers of the Hairy Bikers, Juliet Sargeant, Martyn Ashton and Nicki Chapman are on a mission to show that all of us have something we can do, however small that can make a huge difference to the lives of others. In a bid to build a sense […]

Greenlit: Good Food For Good People, BBC1

Good Food For Good People w/t (5 x 45′) – This five-part series stripped across one week highlights the huge amount of food waste in the UK, and two charities who believe they have a unique business model that offers a real solution to the problem – Oxford Food Bank and The Felix Project. Robin […]

Greenlit: Stalkers, BBC1

Stalkers (1 x 60′) – Stalking in Britain is significantly on the increase. It’s estimated that one in six women are stalked at some point in their life. Nearly 50 percent of the cases turn violent and many victims are forced to flee their homes and change jobs. Following live unfolding cases, from the abusive […]

Greenlit: Serengeti, BBC1

Serengeti (6 x 60′) – A stunningly innovative series using dynamic and compelling narrative techniques of long-running drama serials, where multiple storylines are woven together, to tell the real life stories of some of the most charismatic animals in Africa. There’s an unspoilt corner of the Serengeti, bordered by two rivers, that is the Africa […]

Greenlit: Indigenous Animals, BBC1

Indigenous Animals (4 x 60′) – Natural history series presented by Giles Clark, Patrick Aryee, Lucy Cooke and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall that explore different aspects of animal behaviour.   Platform: BBC1 Producer: Oxford Scientific Films TX: 1st September 2016 Source: Realscreen

Greenlit: My Parent’s in Prison, BBC1

My Parent’s In Prison w/t  (1 x 60′) –  The number of children with a dad or mum behind bars is growing at an alarming rate. While their parent is on the inside, children on the outside – ashamed, embarrassed, and sometimes bullied at school – can often feel ostracised by their communities, and suffer […]

Greenlit: Let it Shine, BBC1

Let it Shine w/t – A new Saturday night entertainment show presented by Graham Norton and Mel Giedroyc. The show will be seeking out talent to create a band who will join the cast of a brand new stage show featuring the music of Take That, created in association with Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and […]

Greenlit: Ambulances: Life And Death On The Streets, BBC1

Ambulances: Life And Death On The Streets (3 x 60′) – Observational documentary, which gives an exclusive insight into how London’s Ambulance service – that was last year put into special measures – deals with this ever-growing city and its health extremes. London is one of the most diverse and economically polarised cities in the […]

Greenlit: The Best Bottoms in the Land, BBC1

The Best Bottoms in the Land (9 x 30′ regional documentaries) – 2016 is a momentous year for the Royal Shakespeare Company – it’s the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. As part of the celebrations, the Company is taking on its biggest challenge ever. Performing A Midsummer Night’s Dream – one of Shakespeare’s best loved […]

Greenlit: The Big Chef Showdown, BBC1

The Big Chef Showdown – Sheree Murphy oversees as 16 chefs – all with Michelin stars to their name – mentor amateur home cooks to do battle in the kitchen. For the amateurs, it’s a chance to work alongside the best in the business. For the professionals, it’s an opportunity to train their partner and […]

Greenlit: The Chronicles Of Nadiya, BBC1

The Chronicles Of Nadiya (2 x 60′) – An exuberant food-inspired journey from Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain’s birthplace in Luton to her family village in the north east of Bangladesh. The series combines personal revelation with fascinating food travelogue and explores the hidden world of Bangladesh and the exceptional dishes typical of […]

Greenlit: The Truth About Dementia, BBC1

The Truth About Dementia (1 x 60′) – Examines the science behind dementia.  Presenter and Alzheimer’s ambassador Angela Rippon investigates the disease that took her mother’s life and is now starting to affect her friends. In the UK, figures show that there are 850,000 people living with dementia – and by 2050 it is projected to exceed […]

Greenlit: Going Back, Giving Back, BBC1

Going Back, Giving Back (15 x 45’) –  As a nation we have a proud heritage of donating to charity, and research shows the trend of a ‘living will’ is on the rise. This new series  is born out of real life. In each programme one person will explore their personal history to decide how they […]

Greenlit: United Nations Street, BBC1

United Nations Street (1 x 30′ pilot) – Narborough Road in Leicester is Britain’s most diverse street, where people from 22 nationalities live and work side by side. This is a community with a unique sense of identity, a place with its own daily challenges – and triumphs. This programme spends time with the residents, […]

Greenlit: Dom on the Spot, BBC1

Dom On The Spot (15 x 45′) – Britain is handing out more fines than ever with hundreds of new offences being treated every year. But however frustrating, these fines are here for a reason – to protect us. Fronted by the people’s champion Dom Littlewood, Dom On The Spot, delves behind the statistics to follow […]

Greenlit: Ill Gotten Gains, BBC1

Ill Gotten Gains (5 x 45′) – For some criminals, crime doesn’t pay. This dynamic and ground-breaking new series follows Regional Organised Crime Units and Police Forces systematically taking down Britain’s criminals. How? Quite simply by seizing their assets as ‘Proceeds of Crime’ and selling them at auction to put money back into the public purse. Each […]

Greenlit: The Vikings Uncovered, BBC1 / PBS

The Vikings Uncovered (1 x 90′) – Using satellite technology, excavation and investigation of archaeological evidence, space archaeologist Dr. Sarah Parcak, historian Dan Snow and a team of experts have discovered, excavated and examined a new archaeological site on the island of Newfoundland. This is the first site found in 55 years that has merited […]

Greenlit: Mo Farah Documentary, BBC1

Mo Farah w/t (1 x 60′) – Documentary charting Mo Farah’s brutal training schedule and family life in the build-up to the 2016 Rio Olympics. The film will give a unique insight into the double Olympic gold medallist and his quest for glory. With unprecedented access into the life and times of Farah, the programme […]

Greenlit: DOWNS, BBC1

DOWNS (1 x 60′) – This film explores the impact of a new screening test that is said to be able to detect Down’s Syndrome in 99 per cent of pregnancies. Actor Sally Phillips, who has a child with Down’s Syndrome, sets out to explore this emotionally charged debate and ask what effect the test could have on our […]

Greenlit: Last Seen on CCTV, BBC1

Last Seen On CCTV (3 x 60′) – Follows live missing person investigations as they unfold, from the perspective of police officers and the families and friends whose loved ones have disappeared. Across the UK, 400 people go missing every single day – including teenage runaways, dementia patients who leave their homes, as well as people […]

Greenlit: Paul Martin’s Street Auction, BBC1

Paul Martin’s Street Auction (15 x 45′) – Paul Martin encourages neighbours to sell of their unwanted belongings in order to raise money for an unsuspecting neighbour who has fallen on hard times. Channel: BBC1 Producer: BBC TX: 2016 Source: Broadcast

Greenlit: Henry VIII’s Six Wives, BBC1

Henry VIII’s Six Wives (3 x 60′) – In an ambitious, ground-breaking approach to drama and history, historian Lucy Worsley time travels back to the Tudor Court to witness some of the most dramatic moments in the lives of Henry VIII’s Six Wives. Combining drama written by Chloe Moss with Lucy’s own contemporary historical comment, Lucy will […]

Greenlit: The Not So Secret Life Of The Manic Depressive: 10 Years On, BBC1

The Not So Secret Life Of The Manic Depressive: 10 Years On (1 x 60′) – Ten years ago, in an award-winning series, Stephen Fry first spoke about living with manic depression, and began a national conversation about mental health. A decade later, we return to the subject to understand where he and thousands of others diagnosed with […]

Greenlit: My Baby, Psychosis And Me, BBC1

My Baby, Psychosis And Me – Reveals the frightening roller-coaster journey of two mums for whom childbirth triggers ‘Postpartum Psychosis’, one of the most severe forms of mental illness but from which there can be recovery with the right treatment. It is a condition most expectant mothers and their families have never heard of. But around […]

Greenlit: Attenborough And The Giant Dinosaur, BBC1/PBS

Attenborough And The Giant Dinosaur – Sir David Attenborough will tell the story of the fossil discovery and reconstruction in Argentina of the largest known dinosaur, a new species of titanosaur. Measuring 37m long – close to four London buses put end to end – and weighing 70 metric tons, latest calculations show that this […]

Greenlit: A Grand Night In: The Story of Aardman, BBC1

A Grand Night In: The Story of Aardman – Actor Julie Walters narrates a documentary that looks at what goes into making well-loved characters such as Wallace and Gromit and Morph. Channel: BBC1 Producer: BBC TX: 26th December 2015 Source: Realscreen

Greenlit: Blast Off Live: A Stargazing Special, BBC1

Blast Off Live: A Stargazing Special  –  Presented by Professor Brian Cox and Dara Ó Briain this programme follows British astronaut Tim Peake’s launch to the International Space Station. Thanks to tiny cameras installed inside the rocket, viewers will be able to see live pictures of Tim – not only waiting to blast off, but […]

Greenlit: Light on Earth, BBC1

Light on Earth (1 x 60′) –  The spectacular and magical light produced by glow worms, fire flies and luminous plankton is what most of us know as bioluminescence – light made by living things. But those familiar glows and flashes are just a tiny, easily observed fragment of a previously unexplored, mysterious realm. Sir […]

Greenlit: Inspiring Attenborough: Sir David At 90, BBC1

Inspiring Attenborough: Sir David At 90 (1 x 60′) –  Naturalist Sir David Attenborough has been synonymous with Natural History programming since the early 1950s and is recognised as one of the world’s leading broadcasters.  Broadcaster Kirsty Young will talk to David about his career, the inspiring people he has met, the extraordinary journeys he […]

Greenlit: The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs, BBC1

The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs (2 x 60′) –  Britain is hooked on prescription drugs. Almost 50 per cent of us regularly take prescription medication and the average British person is now given 18.7 prescriptions a year. Some think they’re doing us more harm than good and that it’s costing the NHS a fortune. […]

Greenlit: Beckham: For The Love Of The Game, BBC1

Beckham: For The Love Of The Game (1 x 90′) – One of the most iconic players of his or any generation, David Beckham sets out on a unique journey as he plays seven games in all of the seven continents around the world. England’s most capped outfield player will show the incredible global appeal […]

Greenlit: The Age Of Loneliness, BBC1

The Age Of Loneliness (1 x 60′) –  This is the ‘Age of Loneliness’ and Britain was recently reported to be the loneliness capital of Europe. Soon, one in four of us will live alone. This film explores why the loneliness epidemic in Britain is affecting so many people of all ages. The problem is […]

Greenlit: The Rise And Fall Of The ‘Angel Of Peckham’ , BBC1

The Rise And Fall Of The ‘Angel Of Peckham’  (1 x 60′) – On 5 August 2015, following a summer of allegations and accusations, Kids Company – the charity headed by Camila Batmanghelidjh – closed its doors for the final time after 19 years. Filmmaker Lynn Alleway was there, filming throughout as the walls came […]

Greenlit: Koko, BBC1 / PBS

Koko (1 x 60′) – This is the extraordinary personal story of the most famous gorilla in the word, who was adopted in the 1970s by Stanford University graduate Penny Patterson. In a unique experiment, Penny taught Koko how to ‘talk’ to humans with sign language, in the hope that they might finally cross the […]

Greenlit: The Great Race, BBC1 / PBS

The Great Race (3 x 60′) – Follows three iconic animals – caribou, zebra and elephants – on three of the world’s most breathtaking wildlife adventures. Each must overcome immense obstacles, from challenging terrain to hungry predators and sheer physical exhaustion. What drives these animals to risk everything in the race of their lives? We’ll […]

Greenlit: How To Stay Young, BBC1

How To Stay Young (2 x 60′) –  Presented by Angela Rippon and Chris van Tulleken, this is the definitive guide to how science can help us stay young and healthy for longer. Across two episodes, the Battle Of The Body and the Battle Of The Brain, we’ll discover that science is challenging so much of what was […]

Greenlit: Saving Lives At Sea, BBC1

Saving Lives At Sea (4 x 60′) –  Every day around the UK, an army of unpaid volunteers put their own lives on the line to try and save the lives of complete strangers. This series tells the story of these ordinary men and women who are doing something extraordinary – giving up their free time to […]

Greenlit: Paul O’Grady: The Sally Army & Me, BBC1

Paul O’Grady: The Sally Army & Me (6 x 30′) –  Coinciding with The Salvation Army’s 150th anniversary, it will explore and uncover Paul’s lifelong passion for the much-loved organisation. As a child, Paul always wanted to be in ‘The Sally Army’. This heart-warming series will see him achieve that ambition by becoming an honorary member […]

Greenlit: Shop Well for Less? BBC1

Shop Well for Less? (2 x 60′) – Consumer show presented by Stephanie McGovern and Alex Jones, which helps people make their money go further so they can live a comfortable lifestyle without going bust. Channel: BBC1 Producer: RDF Television West TX: TBC Source: Realscreen

Greenlit: For What It’s Worth, BBC1

For What It’s Worth (25 x 45’) – A strategic quiz with simple gameplay plus the tantalising play-a-long of guessing the value of really interesting antiques. Fern Britton takes on the role as quiz master and will be joined by a different antiques expert each week. Over three rounds, three pairs of contestants will compete […]