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The company has produced hundreds of hours of network programming in the UK for all the major broadcasters from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Sky and has a track record of delivering character and access led programming – from singles to returnable series.
Recent credits include ‘The Yorkshire Vet’ an initial 6 part series, now with 3 series, 26 episodes and two specials under the belt, growing to a peak audience over Christmas with just under 2 million viewers. The Yorkshire Vet follows Julian Norton and Peter Wright at Skeldale Veterinary Centre in Thirsk, North Yorkshire, The Yorkshire Vet is based at the original practice where James Herriot worked and wrote his best-selling books “All Creatures Great and Small”.
‘The Trafford Centre: Countdown to Christmas’. Ted Robbins narrates a two part seasonal special that goes behind the scenes at one of the biggest shopping centres’ in Britain as they prepare for the festive season.
‘Virginia Mckenna’s Born Free’. Following Virginia McKenna as she returns to Africa retracing her steps making Born Free. Original crew members recall how they filmed inside cages while lions roamed free, how tins of tuna saved the day and an interview with Don Black writer of the Born Free song.
‘Beatrix Potter with Patricia Routledge’, a one hour documentary for Channel 4/More 4 celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Beatrix Potter.
We have also recently produced a ground-breaking two part documentary for Channel 5, ‘Body Donors’ which tells the story of Mike Bowyer and Diana King whom we met in life then followed after their death, as they donated their bodies to medical science.
In the US Daisybeck produced the Emmy® nominated ‘Too Fat for 15’ for NBC Universal’s Style Network. This show ran for 2 seasons over 24 episodes and received critical and audience acclaim for its portrayal of a group of morbidly obese children at an American residential school.