Safely getting the show on the road
Around 10 cyclists are killed on our roads each year. In Britain, the average annual fatality figure is 10 times that. In both countries, the majority of these deaths are caused by collisions between bicycles and motor vehicles. As such, TV3's UK documentary War on Britain's Roads is all-too relevant viewing for Kiwis.
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Cash In The Attic
Cash in the Attic continues its international success. The French version on M6, known locally as Tresor dans votre maison, keeps going from strength to strength. Broadcast on Saturdays at 18:40 to an average of 2 million viewers, it recently achieved its biggest audience since its launch with 2.5 million viewers and a 14.2% share. A daily spin-off series called Un trésor dans votre ville has also been commissioned by M6. Options for the format to Cash in the Attic have also sold to ITV Studios for Finland and Atmis Media for Spain.
Jonathan Phang’s Gourmet Trains
Jonathan Phang’s Gourmet Trains keeps travelling around the world – recent sales includes to Choice TV in New Zealand and Globosat in Brazil.
Tourettes: Let Me Entertain You
Leopard Films’ format Tourettes: Let Me Entertain You proves a hit in Denmark. Locally known as De Ustyrlige, made by Eyeworks for TV2 Denmark, received great ratings and a market share of 48% when it aired in February 2014.
Notes On Ice
Sales Executive Bea Tammer acquired rights for arts documentary Notes On Ice, this has now been sold into New Zealand, Switzerland, Australia, Finland and Norway.
Bach: A Passionate Life
Leopard Films award winning BBC2 arts documentary, Bach: A Passionate Life sold to New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, Russia and Norway.
Botched Up Bodies
All 8 episodes of Botched Up Bodies, plus 2 spin offs Botched Up Brides and Botched Up Abroad sold to Discovery for Poland, Russia and the UK