Broadcast productions

What on Earth 7 - Discovery 20 x 45'

Eyes in the sky capture mysteries all over the surface of the earth. What on Earth, now in its seventh series, uncovers the stories behind those mysteries, leading viewers on a journey of historical, archaeological, and geological discovery. 

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Global Goals: Unite for our Future - Broadcasters worldwide 1 x 120'

Broadcast worldwide and on digital channels, this two hour concert highlighted the global issues posed by the COVID-19 crisis alongside the black lives matter movement. Hit global artists perform alongside messages from powerful figures, and fact-focused science films. 

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The Great Escapists (WT) - Amazon Prime 6 x 60'

An ambitious new factual-drama format sees Richard Hammond and Tory Belleci shipwrecked on a tropical island. Using only their wits and what they discover washed up along the shore, they must survive, and try to find a way home.  

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Unearthed 4 - Discovery 22 x 45'

Broadcast on Discovery, Science Channel, and international cable channels, Unearthed explores the fascinating stories of our archaeological past, reconstructing and deconstructing historical artefacts with brick-smashing CGI. 

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Alien Worlds - Netflix 4 x 45'

One of Netflix's first forays into original science documentaries, this ambitious four-part astrobiology documentary will imagine life on alien worlds with high-end CGI, and understand it through the lens of natural history and science on Earth. 

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Strip the Cosmos-3-4 - Discovery 18 x 60'

Broadcast on Discovery, Science Channel, and international cable channels, strip the cosmos explores some of the biggest mysteries in the universe through scientists' work and mind-blowing CGI that rips space apart in order to make sense of it. 


Secrets of the Brain 2 - Insight  10 x 60'

The SVOD and Sky channel Insight reveals human nature through their remarkable life experiences. Secrets of the Brain reveals the inner workings of our brains, providing neurological explanations for ideas like our gut instinct, risk-taking, and the minds of twins. 


Science of Stupid 3-6 - Nat Geo  88 x 30'

Nat geo's hit series Science of Stupid explains the real science behind funny fails, with the help of custom graphics and stunning slow motion footage. Presented by Dallas Campbell, you can find out how to pogo properly, why water is almost always bad news, and why you shouldn't swallow a spoonful of cinnamon. 


Space Dealers - Discovery  6 x 60'

Three dealers travel the length and breadth of the US in search of rare and desirable space memorabilia. Along the way, we learn interesting history of the space race. 

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