Now running for almost 25 years the National Children’s Traffic Club will be re-launching in 2018, with PACEY applying their expertise to the programme. To mark the CTC and PACEY partnership, Childcare Professional published a feature article about CTC in its Autumn/Winter edition.
Zinc Communicate wins five 2017 EVCOM Screen Awards – 2 Gold Awards for Best Drama and Best Health & Safety Film, 2 Bronze Awards for Best Drama and Best Direction and a Silver Award for Best Training film.
It’s difficult to imagine the UK road safety education scene without The Children’s Traffic Club. First launched in 1993, it’s continued to help reduce road casualties whilst make learning how to keep safer on our roads ‘fun’!
Filmmaker and Sikh, Billy Dosanjh, tells the inside story of his community in his hometown of Smethwick. Using rare archive and testimony, he reveals a moving story of 50 years of tradition and change.
Reef Television has been commissioned by Food Network to make a 10-30² series with Paul Hollywood baking his way around the world. Paul Hollywood’s City Bakes will explore the recipes that have shaped the baking heritage of each city, uncovering family recipes, hotel delicacies and local favourites before adding his own “Hollywood twist” to a classic.
Filmmaker Roger Graef’s first-ever documentary, One Of Them Is Brett, was made 50 years ago. It was a portrait of Brett as a spirited four-year old riding a bicycle, feeding himself, fighting his brothers with his feet. His parents, Barbara and Peter Nielsen, moved from Australia to Britain to get him prosthetic arms, which Brett immediately rejected. And it stayed that way.
Charlie Hebdo: 3 Days That Shook Paris, to be primetime on the anniversary of the atrocity next year. The documentary was commissioned and broadcast on More 4. France 5 said the documentary was completely absorbing and extraordinary, also that a film of this distinctiveness and quality on this – an iconic landmark French story – was produced by a British television company.