Thief Trackers (2015)
10 x 30' for BBC1
In this brand new format we travel the country to catch the thieves by tracking them as they walk away with stolen items. They have no idea that what they are stealing is giving off a signal which is being followed by tv cameras….we follow the story of what happens to stolen goods.
Katherine Mills: Mind Games
4 x 60' for Watch
Katherine Mills: Mind Games blends Katherine's skills in mentalism, together with her love of magic, to perform stunning acts of mind control.
Australia (Foxtel and Seven), Canada (TVO), New Zealand (TVNZ), Norway (NRK), Sweden (SVT), Thailand (Bangkok TV), Turkey (DYG). I think there is also something pending in France and possibly a couple of other deals in SE Asia.
11 BRAND NEW LIST SHOWS FOR CHANNEL 5
Ultimate Action Movies
Greatest Ever War Films
Britain’s Favourite Detectives
Shocking Moment’s in Pop
TV’s Nastiest Villains
The Greatest 80’s Movies
Britain’s Best Loved Double Acts
Shocking TV Moments
Shocking Reality TV Moments
Greatest Ever Sitcoms
Shocking Celebrity TV Moments 2014
4 x 60' for Watch
4 towns – 4 incredible stories. Barry and Stuart use magic to try and convince towns in the UK and America that the unbelieveable may actually be believable.
4 LIST SHOWS FOR CHANNEL 5 (4 x 120')
Greatest Kids TV Show
Greatest Stand Up Comedians
Greatest Ever Christmas Movies
Most Shocking Celebrity Moments
THE INCREDIBLE MR GOODWIN
4 x 60' for Watch
The Incredible Mr Goodwin (Watch, 9.00 pm for five consecutive weeks) features the extraordinary skills of escapologist and professional danger man Jonathan Goodwin, a man who combines the skills of Houdini and Superman with the everyday routines of fatherhood and family life.
Australia (ABC), Belgium (VRT), Canada (OLN), CIS (Channel 1), E Europe (Viasat), Finland (MTV), France (RMC Decouverte), Germany (Pro7), Holland (VPRO), Hong Kong (TVB), Iceland (Icelandic TV), India (Discovery), Italy (Sky), Denmark (Viasat), Korea (Korea Tv), New Zealand (TVNZ), Norway (Viasat), Lat Am (A&E), Poland (TVN), Spain (Antena 3), Sweden (TV4), Turkey (DYG), USA (BBCA).
DOORSTEP CRIME 999
20 x 30' for BBC 1
This dynamic new format looks at the serious issue of confidence tricks and cold-calling cons perpetrated on our doorsteps.
MOVIE MISTAKES III + IV + V
3 x 120' for BBC 3
From Iron Man 2 to the King’s Speech, The Expendable to the final Harry Potter – it’s movie cock-ups galore! These are the best Hollywood Blockbuster Movie Mistake of the last 18 months.
REAL HUSTLE 10 & 11
20 x 30' for BBC 3
Alex, Jess and Paul are back ! But now they’ve recruited to new member Polly and Jazz. They pull off their biggest and most audacious scams to date all captured on hidden cameras.
MOST SHOCKING CELEBRITY MOMENTS 2011
1 x 180' for Channel 5
It’s back! From Charlie Sheen to Demi and Ashton - The countdown of the World’s biggest celebrity shock moments of 2011.
THE GREATEST MAGIC TRICKS OF ALL TIME
1 x 180' for Channel 5
A countdown of the 50 greatest magic tricks of all time from Derren Brown to David Copperfield with talking heads including Dynamo and Penn and Teller.
There’s Something About Josie
3 x 60' for Channel 5
We follow celebrity couple Josie and John James in this brand new docu-soap
Greatest TV Weddings
1 x 120’ for Channel 5
From Eastenders to Peep Show - a celebration of the funniest, most shocking and greatest TV weddings
Most Shocking Talent Show Moments
1 x 180’ for Channel 5
It’s the countdown show of the most shocking moment in TV talent history. We look back at our favourite contestants from “The X Factor” to “The Apprentice”, “Strictly Come Dancing” to “Dancing On Ice”, “I’m A Celebrity” to “Cirque de Celebrite” - creating Headlines and controversy off and on screen.. All the scraps, sing-offs, dance –offs and controversial Fired moments that we all love to watch.
DAVID WALLIAMS AWFULLY GOOD
Channel 4 - 3 x 2 hours
In these 3 x 2hour comedy shows for Channel 4 David Walliams reveals his favourite worst clips from the world of television, adverts and movies.
MORE GREAT MOVIE MISTAKES 2: THE SEQUEL
BBC 3 – 1 x 2HOURS
Robert Webb is back with the latest movie bloopers from your favourite films.
DIRTY TRICKS OF THE TRADESMEN
BBC1 – 15 x 45’
Welcome to “Dirty Tricks of the Tradesmen” the show where we become the bad contractors to rip of unsuspecting members of the public in their own homes. We’ll take unfortunate householders for a ride hitting them with all the naughty tricks of the trade and dodgy practices carried out by cowboy contractors and then ripping them off with hugely inflated charges. Why? So viewers learn what to look out for and how to spot when they are about to be ripped off in their own home. This is the show that protects you from facing hugely inflated costs, dodgy firms and botched jobs.
BBC3 – 20 x 30 – Series 10 & 11
The latest cons and scams from around the World revealed by Jess, Paul and Alex.
Great TV Mistakes
(1 x 120’ for BBC3)
Robert Webb looks at the best mistakes from your favourite TV shows including:
Lost, Friends, Doctor Who, Simpsons, Band Of Brothers, Thunderbirds, Bones,
Only Fools and Horses, Greys Anatomy and Fawlty Towers.
Great Movie Mistakes
(1 x 180’ – 3 x 60’ for BBC3)
Robert Webb introduces the greatest movie mistakes from Hollywood’s biggest
blockbusters including: Spider Man, High School Musical, Hancock, Gladiator,
Quantum of Solace, Lord Of The Rings and many many more.
Don't Get Screwed
(8 x 30')
This new show puts a consumer twist on the scam format by testing people’s
reactions to poor customer service at fake shops, garages and restaurants. The
8x30-minute will see people get frustrated because they don’t always know what
their legal rights are.
THE REAL HUSTLE Series 1, 2, 3, 4 (Las Vegas), 5, 6, 7 and 8
also REAL HUSTLE U.S.
(94 x 30' and 2 x 60' Specials) for BBC3 between February 2006 and December
The 'hustlers' - confidence trickster Alex Conran, scam
artist Paul Wilson and 'sexy swindler' Jessica-Jane Clement -
carry out some of the most notorious scams on unsuspecting members of the
public demonstrating how viewers can avoid being hustled themselves.
Features interviews with experts in fraud protection and police who have dealt
with con artists, as well as testimonies from people who have fallen victim to
recent scams. It reveals how damaging such fraud can be to both businesses and
Sold to over 30 countries
Andy Scott (series 1), Justin Gorman (series 2)
Joint Exec producers
Anthony Owen, Matt Crook and Andrew O'Connor
Don't Miss A Trick
1 x 30' for BBC1
August Bank Holiday special broadcast on BBC1. A team of tricksters made a car
disappear, bent spoons with the power of the mind and produced a real Dr Who
Tardis. Pete Firman and Alex, Paul and Jessica of The Real Hustle are our
Masters of Deception. They combine their tricky talents to baffle the public
with some incredible magic and astonishing illusions. They pull a series of
hidden camera magic stunts on members of the public. Incredible jaw dropping
magic that will surprise and amaze.
What Where And Why?
30' Pilot for BBC1
What Where And Why? presents fantastic facts in a dangerous, hilarious and
sometimes surprising manner. Using laboratory science, location stunts and
occasional hidden camera tricks on the public, the show educates, scares and
entertains in equal measures. This is a dynamic popular science format show
that answers all those intriguing amazing science conundrums – from why don’t
penguins feet freeze to what happens if you are struck by lightning…
(20 x 45') for BBC1
A covert team of psychologists carry out hidden camera experiments on the
public. The People Watchers manipulate people in every kind of situation; the
job interview, speed dating, identity parade, supermarket, high street, bar,
restaurant, school and courtroom. Through hidden camera experiments, three
psychologists show viewers how people think and how it affects everything we
do. They play characters in hidden camera experiments to show how the minds of
unsuspecting members of the public react to a variety of situations. They draw
them into scenarios to study and measure their reactions. Viewers gain an
insight and understanding into how human beings think and behave.
Perfect Night In
(3 x 120') for Channel 4
Perfect Night In features some of comedy’s favourite A-list stars as they
choose their perfect night of TV. Show 1 – Matt Lucas and David Walliams, Show
2 – Nick Frost and Simon Pegg, Show 3 – Lenny Henry. They each pick their
favourite TV and movie moments, which would make up their ideal night's
Dutch Elm Conservatoire
(10 x 5') for Paramount Channel 2007
Paramount Comedy is proud to present a series of exclusive sketches from this
truly unique four-man comedy team, serving up comedy that is both dark and daft
Since they first met back in 2002, they have been tickling funny bones on both
stage and screen, as well as on the radio. We won't try and explain their
comedy as there really is no point. Anyhoo, we love 'em and we think you will
The Bullshit Detective
(4 x 60') for BBC3 in March 2007
In this 4 x 60 min series Alasdair gives vent to his rage and takes us on a
journey through the world of hype, lies and bullshit. He confronts salesmen and
psychics and other purveyors of nonsense in his quest to stop the onslaught on
Locked away in a long deserted vault, Iain Lee and a legion of devout Lost
obsessives look each week into the conspiracies, the background and the
mysteries of the 2nd Series of the TV show. Hidden plot lines, answers to the
questions and sneak previews of the next episode will ensure that you get the
extra fix you need.
Scoop! The Greatest Tabloid Headlines
(1 x 120') for Channel 4
Countdown of memorable red-top newspaper splashes, including the
eyebrow-raising story entitled 'Freddie Starr Ate My Hamster' and the infamous
'Achtung! Surrender' headline before England's Euro '96 clash with Germany.
Featuring comments from past and present editors and columnists.
Fear of... Flying
(1 x 60') for Channel 4 in July 2006
The series concerns members of the public confronting their phobias head-on.
The first show concentrates on people with a fear of flying. Lawrence Leyton
attempts to cure 50 people of their phobia, using an arsenal of mind therapy
Extreme Family Values
(1 x 60') for Sky
"Extreme Family Values" aims to pull families back together by putting them
into extreme situations where they are forced to survive, communicate and pull
together without the distractions that make up modern life. families are forced
to work through their problems through survival – there is no better clarity
than a worst case scenario.
Best Unseen Ads
(12 x 60') for Sky
Ed Byrne presents a trawl through the advertising archives, to find the most
outrageous, eccentric and entertaining commercials yet made.
(12 x 30') for five
Every show four contestants will compete against each other. Each contestant
starts off with 19 keys, but only one key can unlock that jackpot to £7,500!!!
As the quiz begins, only your general knowledge will help you eliminate keys,
and outwit your opponents in a fast and frenzied race against time.
Throughout the game, the clock ticks away as the money rises to the ultimate
jackpot of £7,500!! Once the jackpot peaks, the money starts to crash back to
Zero and it’s a race against time. Do you play on and eliminate more keys,
running the risk of your competitors beating you to the money? Or do you take a
gamble and guess which key unlocks the treasure trove, knowing that if you pick
the wrong key, you’re out of the game? There can be only ONE WINNER …..
(1 x 60')
Documentary investigating Harry Price Britain’s first and most famous ghost
(10 x 5') for Channel 4 in 2005
Rewriting History is a series of shorts that bring to life a surprising vision
of a world we could have been living in. Each short is packaged in the style of
a news bulletin and illustrated with mocked-up news footage featuring
look-alikes, fake government information films, mock commercials, and doctored
news headlines. They are peppered with talking head interviews from experts and
celebrities who shed light on how history could have happened differently and
what the implications would have been.
Matt Crook / Andrew O'Connor
Movie Mistakes Uncovered Uncut
(6 x 30') for five
A humorous look at errors in films and television, usually lapses in