‘Most children who get excluded from school for disruptive behaviour end up in Pupil Referral Units, banded together in an unsatisfactory system where less than 2 per cent of them achieve five GCSEs.
Tonight’s compelling edition of Panorama shows how one pioneering institution has ditched this desperately flawed approach with remarkable results.’

- The Daily Telegraph

‘What to watch’

- The Daily Telegraph

‘Choice’

- The Sunday Times

‘Pick of the Day’

- The Times

Panorama: Last Chance Academy

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UK Premiere 9pm, Wednesday 27th August 2014 on BBC One

The story of one school’s groundbreaking battle to save problem pupils from the scrap heap and bring exam success. Baverstock Academy is opposed to permanently excluding disruptive kids and will go to almost any lengths to keep them in mainstream education. This Panorama Special follows the students in the run-up to exams to see if the school can honour its pledge to keep disruptive pupils in school as well as get them five GCSEs.

In 2013, 146,000 kids were excluded from classrooms, 3,900 on a permanent basis. Most excluded kids end up in pupil referral units, where less than 2% get 5 GCSEs at grade C. Baverstock Academy hopes its exam success will change the way the education system treats disruptive pupils and set the pattern for how these children are treated in the future.

Executive Producer: Tom Anstiss
Producer/Director: Clare Johns
DV Director: Angela Byrne
Film Editor: Martin Sage
Narrator: Sophia Myles

 

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‘This documentary meets America’s young criminals growing up inside the teenage unit of Indiana’s maximum security Wabash prison. There’s Jesus Macedo Perez, 17, serving 65 years for murder, and Blake Layman, 15, also for murder and sentenced to 55 years. Heartbreaking.’

- The Guardian

‘The film subtly highlights the tragedy not only of the victims’ situation, but of perpetrators who let a moment of madness destroy their young lives.’

- The Daily Telegraph

‘This hard-hitting documentary looks at teenagers serving lengthy terms at Wabash Correctional Facility in America. It is home to 40 teens serving crimes including murder and armed robbery.’

- Daily Mirror

‘Watch this’

- The Guardian

‘Tonight’s picks’

- The Sun

‘Pick of the Day’

- The Guardian, Mail on Sunday

‘Critic’s choice’

- The Independent, Daily Mail

Kids Behind Bars

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UK Premiere 9pm, Tuesday 5th August 2014 on ITV1

They’ve been punished like adults but are still teenagers. In Wild Pictures’ latest prison documentary: Kids Behind Bars, we meet some of America’s youngest and most dangerous criminals growing up inside.

Indiana’s Wabash Correctional Facility, a maximum security prison, is home to 40 teenagers serving terms for up to 65 years for murder, armed robbery and battery. In the state of Indiana, children as young as 10 and charged with serious crimes can be tried and sentenced within the adult criminal justice system.

Their childhoods lost, these boys are fighting to come to terms with how just one moment of madness has completely devastated their young lives. Caught in a system that seems to work against them- what are their hopes for the future…

“I hate myself for what I did and I understand why people hate me. I get it. I hate myself too.”
-Jesus Macedo Perez, 17, serving 65 years for Murder

“We have several in here right now, who have seen a parent kill the other parent. And then we wonder, you know. It’s almost heart-breaking in some ways, what some of the things these young kids have gone through.”
-Aleta Burnett, Youth Case Manager, Wabash Correctional Facility

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann
Filmed, produced & directer by: Richard Wyllie
Associate Producer: Eloise King
Editor: Mac Mackenzie
Composer: Andy Cowton
Narrator: David Morrissey

 

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‘Editor’s pick’

- TV Easy

‘Today’s choice’

- TV Choice, Sunday Mirror

‘…you’ll have to watch a hell of a lot of TV before you see anything quite as moving as the entire elephant herd running across the enclosure to greet their little arrival. A beautiful hour of Sunday night television.’

- The Sun on Sunday

‘…there isn’t a wasted moment in this documentary. Every shot offers information or entertainment – even the linking footage, as the narrative switches between London Zoo and its sister park at Whipsnade, is a delight.’

- Daily Mail

‘Pick of the Day’

- The Observer, Daily Mail, Total TV Guide, What’s on TV

The Zoo Series 4

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UK Premiere 8pm Sunday 10th, 17th and 24th July 2014 on ITV1

The Zoological Society of London invites cameras back into their two homes for a backstage look at life in London Zoo, Regents Park and their country home at Whipsnade. ITV returns for its fourth critically acclaimed series of The Zoo. This new series explores the role of the keepers struggling to breed critically endangered species and examines the extraordinary relationships between keepers and their animals at one of the oldest and most famous zoos in the world.

After the tragic loss of the Sumatran Tiger cub last year the keepers at ZSL were delighted when mum Melati became pregnant again; this time giving birth to triplets. We follow the cubs through their first months at ZSL.

Emergency surgery is performed on 15 year old Abi the Lion, but when the cause of her illness remains unclear and she takes a sudden turn for the worse, the staff at ZSL are left facing one of the most difficult decisions of all. Meanwhile sympathetic keeper Nicky Blundred offers Pygmy hippos Thug and Nicola ‘marriage counselling’, keeper Alex Pinnel gets her Californian sea lions back in shape for their Whipsnade shows following a winter building up blubber and the Africa Section team battle to feed a new calf.

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann
Series Producer: Alicia Kerr
Producer/Directors:  Tom Pearson & Liz Friend
Editors: Chris Beresford, David Gasson & Simon Battersby
Composers: Sandy Nuttgens & Spike Scott
Narrator: Sarah Lancashire

 

 

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‘Eye-opening stuff’

- Sunday Mirror

‘The film relies on riveting testimonies’

- The Sunday Times

‘Rather shocking documentary’ and ‘The callousness of some of the betrayals revealed here is breathtaking’

- Daily Mail

‘Most compelling is the analysis of psychological flaws’

- The Guardian

‘These are well told stories. This documentary does much to challenge the pervasive cliché of lonely with low self-esteem being easy prey for suave conmen’

- The Telegraph

‘This startling documentary’

- Daily Mail

‘Extraordinary and well told’

- Radio Times

‘Critic’s Choice’

- Daily Express, The Sunday Times, Sunday Mirror

‘What to watch’

- The Daily Telegraph & Today’s Highlights Sunday Telegraph

‘Pick of the Day’

- The Guardian, Daily Mail, The Sun, The Observer

The Betrayers

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UK Premiere 9pm, 2nd July 2013 on ITV1

The Betrayers tells the stories of people who have suffered the ultimate betrayal at the hands of someone they love and trust. From false identities to fake terminal illnesses we find out how intelligent and sensible victims can fall for a seemingly incredible web of lies and discover whether serial fraudsters are driven by criminal greed or psychological flaws.

David Checkley, labelled ‘the man with the golden tongue’ swindled over 30 women out of hundreds of thousands of pounds to fund a luxury lifestyle.

Public school-educated unemployed ex-convict Alistair Stewart posed as a millionaire banker and lavishly romanced a Harvard educated property broker whilst conning her out of her million dollar savings.

The family of a dying man were targeted by friend Beth Hood who faked cancer for her own gain and Paul Dable, defrauded his own parents before setting light to the family home with everyone inside.

We all like to think we can spot a liar and that it would be impossible for people to fool us but the gripping direct testimony in The Betrayers tells a different story…

 

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Editor: Paul Dosaj

Composer: Andy Cowton

Narrator: Reece Shearsmith

 

Distributed by: ITV Studios Global Entertainment

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Distribution Title: Betrayal

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‘This gritty two-part documentary, narrated by Suranne Jones, examines what makes dogs dangerous, why they are on the increase, and the attitudes of some of the owners-which will make your blood boil.’

- The Mail

Dangerous Dogs

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UK Premiere 9pm, 20th and 27th March 2014 on ITV1

Dangerous Dogs takes a graphic look at the dramatic rise in the number of dog attacks in the UK. During the making of the series, three people in the UK were killed by dogs and over 6,000 people were hospitalised after dog attacks last year.

We are apparently a nation of dog lovers but Dangerous Dogs reveals there are underfed, abandoned and un-socialised dogs in homes across the UK. Rescue centres are also overrun with unwanted dogs. The series explores what constitutes a dangerous dog and, most importantly, what creates one?

Every serious dog attack sparks an outcry and a string of ‘devil dog’ headlines. This series looks beyond the headlines and explores whether the root cause of Britain’s dangerous dog problem is irresponsible owners? Following dog wardens from across the UK on the front line we see the very real danger they face from both the dogs and their owners.

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Series Producer & Director: Jon Alwen

Editor: Sean Mackenzie

Composers: Sandy Nuttgens & Spike Scott

Narrator: Suranne Jones

 

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‘Hopefully the success of this occasional documentary series won’t encourage ITV to make a fictional spin-off – these real life stories offer drama enough.’

- Time Out

Fraud Squad: Money Laundering Series 3

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UK Premiere 9pm, 8th August 2013 on ITV1

Fraud Squad penetrates the hidden world of international money launderers who clean millions of pounds stolen from British victims of fraud.

With exclusive access to the City of London Police, Fraud Squad shadows detectives as they target Britain’s major money launderers.

A criminal banker in control of £18 million stolen from British victims is seized at Heathrow Airport. With him is one of the world’s most wanted fraudsters.

Detectives track down an elusive money launderer who used 9 different identities to evade capture after a £7.8 million fraud.

Fraud Squad in this compelling new series, returns to reveal how a new breed of criminal is targeting the British public in multi-million pound investment frauds, often with tragic consequences…

Executive Producers: Tom Anstiss & Paul Hamann

Producer/Directors: Matt Hann & Will West

Editor: Chris Beresford

Composer: Dru Masters

Narrator: Richard Armitage

 

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‘A fascinating and fresh insight into an event in modern British history that continues to haunt us.’

- Time Out

‘Pick of the Day’

- The Guardian, Radio Times, The Sun, The Mail

‘Choice’

- Sunday Mirror

Brady & Hindley: Possession

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UK Premiere 9pm, 11th July 2013 on ITV1

50 years ago, Ian Brady and Myra Hindley killed for the first time. It was the start of a horrific child killing spree that shocked and scandalised the nation. They have been front page news ever since.

Ian Brady fantasised about committing the perfect murder. He wanted to keep possession of his victims – dark secrets in shallow graves on the moors above Manchester.

In Brady and Hindley: Possession, we hear for the first time, Myra Hindley’s version of events, recorded from a prison cell. We reveal the photographic system that Ian Brady used to celebrate the killings. We ask whether these photographs suggest a new, secret burial site and whether they hold the key to finding the grave of twelve year old Keith Bennett, still missing after half a century…

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Producer/Director: Jonathan Jones

Editor: Martin Thompson

Director of Photography: David Langan

Composers: Sandy Nuttgens & Spike Scott

Narrator: Paul McGann

 

Distributed by: ITV Studios Global Entertainment

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Distribution Title: The Lovers Who Killed Children

 

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‘Back for a three-part third series, this is a hugely enjoyable, soapy mixture of unpredictable animals and obsessively dedicated staff.’

- The Sunday Times

‘…the photography was consistently excellent and if you like your animals close up and cute, then you may be back for more.’

- The Guardian

‘This superb documentary revisits the staff and animals at London Zoo for a third series’

- TV Times

‘With 3.9million/21% it (The Zoo) almost matched the series high from series one, broadcast three years ago, and +1 brought it up to 4.4 million/24%.’

- Broadcast

‘Pick of the Day’ 

- The Guardian, The Observer, Daily Mail, Daily Express

The Zoo Series 3

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UK Premiere 8pm, 10th, 17th and 24th July 2013 on ITV1

Cameras return to the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) for the critically acclaimed series The Zoo. The films explore the changing role of zoos in the 21st century as keepers struggle to breed critically endangered animals. They examine the extraordinary relationships between keepers and their animals at one of the oldest and most famous zoos in the world.

Tiger Territory, London Zoo’s £4 million newest centerpiece is being readied for its two stars; critically endangered Sumatran tigers Jae Jae and Melati. Both have newly arrived from zoos in Australia and the USA. Meanwhile, 2 human cardiologists operate for the first time on chimps to try to establish why so many chimps die of heart disease.

We follow passionate vets treating Bertha, a Burmese python ailing with a respiratory infection, anesthetising and X-raying a limping Humboldt penguin and carrying out an ultrasound on a pregnant Galapagos giant tortoise. The keeper at Butterfly Paradise wrestles with a white fly invasion and in the zoo’s rainforest keepers are working out how to keep all the Tamarin monkeys from stealing the sloth’s food. Tiger Territory gets a grand Royal opening by the Duke of Edinburgh and, much to the relief of keepers, the two tigers start mating for the first time, which may well lead to the first tiger cubs at the zoo for 15 years…

Executive Producers: Paul Hamann & Jon Alwen

Series Producer: Alicia Kerr

Producer/Directors: Tim Pritchard & Bruce Fletcher

Editors: Denis McWilliams, Jules Cornell & Richard Fretwell

Composers: Sandy Nuttgens & Spike Scott

Narrator: Sarah Lancashire

 

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Dirty Britain
Series 2

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UK Premiere 9pm, 4th and 11th June 2013 on ITV1

Dirty, filthy secrets about the way modern Brits live are graphically revealed by the men and women who clean up after us.  Britain is sadly, a filthy country… the dustbin of Europe.  Thankfully, an unsung army of 400,000 cleaners toil day and night to stop us drowning in our own filth

Dirty Britain follows some of these dedicated men and women, from a toilet inspector on a mission to improve our public loos, to a forensic scientist revealing the disgusting truth lurking on our cash machines. We also discover horrors from rat infestations to landfills fit to bursting, overflowing portaloos and decomposing properties, bedraggled pooches at the parlour and the filthy reality of a day at the races…

The consolidated viewing figures were: 6.5 million. The highest rated show in the 9pm slot for the previous 12 months.

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Series Producer: Jon Alwen

Producer: Rachel Tierney

Editor: Martin Thompson

Composers: Sandy Nuttgens & Spike Scott

Narrator: Zoë Wanamaker

 

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‘It’s very disturbing television – not just the violence but the noise too, a hellish cacophony of metallic clanking and shouting. It’s also brave and admirable television too.’

- The Guardian

‘To the immense credit of the Home Office and the film-makers, nobody has tried to sugar-coat the misery captured in this programme.’  

- The Times

‘A commendable and compelling window on an appallingly bleak world’

- The Daily Telegraph

‘Aylesbury is a tough, rich stew of damaged, angry youth, the worst of the worst always on the prowl, looking for retribution. An excellent two-part documentary does little to dispel this grim picture.’

- Radio Times

‘It’s raw, uncompromising material, yet you soon begin to see the inmates as human beings rather than monsters – while not envying the admirable prison staff’

- The Daily Telegraph

A terrifying portrait of the sad existence of troubled, often violent kids who are badly in need of help they will never receive. Very disturbing.’

- The Observer

Pick of the Day’

- The Sunday Times, The Mail on Sunday, The Sun, Observer, Financial Times, Daily Express, The Daily Mail, Radio Times

‘Critic’s Choice’

- The Independent, The Sunday Times

‘Factual Choice’ 

- The Guardian

Her Majesty’s Prison: Aylesbury

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UK Premiere 9pm, 18th and 25th February 2013 on ITV1

Following on from their acclaimed films inside Holloway, Wormwood Scrubs and Strangeways, Wild Pictures has gained extraordinary access to Britain’s most dangerous juvenile institution HMP Aylesbury to produce yet another explosive documentary series.

For new prisoners arriving at Aylesbury Prison, just stepping off the bus can be an intimidating experience. Its reputation for extreme violence means that they will meet young offenders who are considered the most dangerous and volatile in the country.

Aylesbury houses some of the most menacing criminals in Britain – so serious are their crimes, that one in five of the prisoners are serving life or indeterminate sentences – and what sets it completely apart from other prisons is that Aylesbury’s oldest inhabitants are just 21 years old…

 

BAFTA Nominated
Best Director Factual 2014 

BAFTA  

RTS Awards Nominated 
Best Documentary Series 2013

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Televisual Bulldog Awards Nominated
Best Documentary Series 2014 

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Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Series Producer & Director: Lee Phillips

Editor: Paul Dosaj

Composer: Andy Cowton

Narrator: Paul McGann

 

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‘This engaging documentary charts soil-based skirmishes.’

- The Daily Telegraph

‘Pick of the Day’

- TV Guide

Allotment Wars

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UK Premiere 10.35pm, 22nd January 2013 on BBC One

Allotment Wars dishes the dirt on the battles being fought on plots across the UK. Over 100,000 Britons are on allotment waiting lists. This high demand means that the pressure to maintain plots is equally high. If allotmenteers fail, eviction looms – a young plot holder in Manchester struggles to avoid such a fate.

In Devon, prize vegetables are being snatched and sheds ransacked, and it looks like an inside job. What can the site committee do to combat the saboteurs?

Allotment Wars shows what happens when strangers are thrust together on the land with too much time on their hands and too many sharp tools. As one contributor says: ‘This year, it’s war!’

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Producer/Director: Kevin Hull

Editors: James Calderwood & Marc Davies

Composer: Jamie Farnell-Warren

Narrator: Sarah Lancashire

 

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‘It is a sad postcard from a world of marital tensions, crushed hopes and homesickness.’

- The Sunday Times

Trouble Abroad

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UK Premiere 9pm, 3rd, 10th January 2013 on ITV1

Over 5.5 million Britons have left the UK in search of a better life but as this series discovers, things don’t always go to plan. Shot on location in Spain, Florida, and France, Trouble Abroad tells the stories of British expats who are struggling to survive. Among them are a millionaire who has lost everything and now cannot afford to buy food, an ageing rock star desperate to return to the UK but trapped in a villa that he cannot sell and a vineyard owner who in the face of disaster wants to hold onto his dream at all costs. The series explores whether paradise can be found abroad. In the end is there no place like home?

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Series produced, filmed & directed by: Deborah Lovett

Editors: Paul Van Dyck & Garry Crystal

Composer: Tristan Norwell

Narrator: Sarah Lancashire

 

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‘A fascinating look at life for older inmates.’

- The Express

‘This insightful documentary meets some extraordinary law-breaking pensioners.’

- The Mail

‘Kim Duke’s fascinating documentary meets the inmates.’

- The Telegraph

‘This is one of those oddly life-enhancing documentaries that could have been a tale of woe but instead puts a smile of your face.’

- Radio Times

‘What to watch’

- The Daily Telegraph

‘Pick of the Day’

- Daily Mail

Pensioners Behind Bars

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UK Premiere 9pm, 13th December 2012 on ITV1

Retirement is usually a time to take things easy and enjoy a well-earned rest, but more pensioners are committing crime and being arrested than ever before.

In the last twenty years the number of over 60s doing time for a criminal offence has trebled, in part because sentences are becoming harsher and longer. They’re now the fastest growing group inside British jails. While some senior citizens are turning to crime in retirement, what do career criminals do when they hit pensionable age? And what is it like doing time in your autumn years?

Growing old disgracefully, meet the old-age drug dealers, brothel keepers and con artists…

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Producer/Director: Kim Duke

Camera: Richard Rankin, Spencer Franks & Jerry Kelly

Editor: Simon Battersby

Composer: Mark Sayer-Wade

Narrator: Zoë Wanamaker

 

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Distribution Title: Pensioners Behaving Badly

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‘Anyone who gets through this and doesn’t consider throwing in their job for the life of a zoo-keeper must have made some truly excellent career choices.’

- Time Out

‘Great family viewing but watch out for a few macabre moments.’

- The Observer

‘The first in a two-part follow-up to the 2010 series charting life at London Zoo is every bit as interesting as its predecessor. Great family viewing…’

- The Observer

‘It is a real challenge not to enjoy this gentle, upbeat series focusing on the London and Whipsnade Zoos.’

- Time Out

‘It’s heartening to watch people who really love their jobs, so this returning series about London Zoo is a pleasure.’

- Time Out

‘It is hard to see how this two-parter can fail to be popular.’

- The Sunday Times

‘A tale of two environments, the captive and the wild.’

- The Metro

‘Best on the Box’

- The Sunday Mirror magazine

‘Choice

- The Sunday Times

‘Pick of the Day’

- Time Out

The Zoo Series 2

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UK Premiere 8pm, 29th July, 5th August 2012 on ITV1

Wild Pictures’ cameras return to ZSL London Zoo for a second series of the critically acclaimed The Zoo.  This series charts the highs and lows of life at the world-renowned 200-year-old institution.  We meet the larger than life characters, both humans and animals, who call the zoo their home.

Head bird keeper Adrian is under pressure to deliver a healthy batch of penguin chicks and monkey keeper Andrea is surprised to discover a newborn baby in the Colobus enclosure. Butterfly keeper Mark is helping rare species hatch every day and reptile keeper Ian welcomes back ZSL’s oldest living animal, Tank the Aldabran Giant Tortoise…

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Series Producer & Director: Jon Alwen

Producer: Lottie Gammon

Director: Sasha Djurkovic

Editors: Martin Thompson & Fred Hart

Composer: Stuart Earl

Narrator: Sarah Lancashire

 

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‘Critic’s Choice’

- The Independent

Dirty Britain
Series 1

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UK Premiere 9pm, 15th, 22nd May 2012 on ITV1

The dirty secrets about the way modern Brits live are revealed by the filthy work of the men and women who clean up after us. Dirty Britain exposes the remarkable things found behind the nation’s front doors. From the domestic maids who are expected to maintain an obsessive standard of cleanliness to the pest controller faced with a home that has been overrun by pigeons.

Dirty Britain also follows a pair of Manchester sewer men with firsthand knowledge of the nation’s poor diet and two window cleaners with the terrifying task of keeping a huge national icon absolutely spotless.

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Series Producer & Director: Barnaby Peel

Producer/Director: Deborah Lovett

Editors: Graham Taylor & Dermot O’Brien

Photography: Owen Scurfield, Jeremy Read, Mike James & Tom Swindell

Composer: Justin Nichols

Narrator: Zoë Wanamaker

 

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‘Picks of the Day’

- The Observer

‘Critic’s Choice’

- Radio Times

‘Pick of the Day’

- The Mail

‘What to Watch’

- The Daily Telegraph

Smugglers Special

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UK Premiere 9pm 3rd April 2012 on ITV1

Filmed over two years, this Smugglers Special documentary trails detectives from the City of London Police as they secretly track and arrest a gang smuggling millions of pounds worth of counterfeit goods into Britain.

The gang’s network stretches across the globe from China to Britain. Cameras follow the meticulous police surveillance operation over many months to identify the gang members involved and reveal how their multi-million pound profits are being laundered through a front business and hidden in safe deposit boxes. In a dramatic dawn raid involving 200 officers, the four gang members are arrested, £1 million worth of counterfeit goods is seized and £480,000 in cash recovered. The gang’s smuggling operation far exceeded detectives’ suspicions. Over three years they had smuggled an array of counterfeit goods worth between £3-5 million on the black market.

Executive Producer: Paul Hamann

Series Producer & Director: Tom Anstiss

Editors: Mark Senior & James Calderwood

Director of Photography: Steve Organ

Composer: Ernie Wood

Narrator: Samuel West

 

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