4x60' Three siblings are left reeling after the unexpected death of their father. Secrets are exploded, relationships ripped apart, and lives lost as they try desperately to claw back the inheritance that they have lost. Broadcast on Channel 5. Starring Larry Lamb, Robert James-Collier, Gaynor Faye, Jemima Rooper, Samantha Bond, Kevin Whately, Adil Ray, Rory Fleck Byrne, and Kevin Harvey. Written and created by Aschlin Ditta. Directed by Aku Louhimies.
1x60' Set in a hotel in the heart of England, Catherine Tate stars as an estranged wife desperately trying to reconcile with her husband (Miles Jupp), while the world around them dissolves into chaos. Broadcast on UKTV. Written by Aschlin Ditta. Directed by Nigel Cole.
1x90' The inspirational story of how a group of working-class kids growing up in post-industrial Glasgow dared to dream. Those kids became Simple Minds, the most iconic and influential Scottish band in history. Streaming on Paramount+ UK. Directed by Joss Crowley.
1x90' An exclusive interview with the performer, businesswoman, philanthropist and global icon. Broadcast on Channel 5. Directed by Matt O'Casey.
Across six different locations, six artists perform the album they believe 'made them' and discuss their respective writing influences, creative processes and career legacies. Episodes: 1. Dexys Midnight Runners 2. Stereophonics 3. ABC 4. Simple Minds 5. Gregory Porter 6. Peter Frampton Broadcast on Sky Arts. Series director Bob Smeaton.
2x90' The story of the legendary record producers who dominated pop music in the 80s and 90s, selling countless millions of records and launching the careers of Kylie Minogue, Rick Astley, Jason Donovan and others. Broadcast on Channel 5. 'Most enjoyable... a colourful, bouncy doc.' Radio Times Directed by George Scott.
1x90' One-off special celebrating the most spectacular moments in Eurovision's long history, including the outlandish outfits and gimmicks that have made the competition so very memorable over the years. Broadcast on Channel 5.
1x90' This special documentary sees the UK’s biggest selling male recording duo - Michael Ball and Alfie Boe - spread their wings and discover the wonders of the world’s entertainment capital - Las Vegas. Broadcast on Channel 5.
1x60' Documentary examining the unique connections the singer shared with Britain, and what made the UK such a sanctuary for him. The programme features contributions from some of those who were closest to him, from his own children to friend Elvis Costello, as well as celebrity fans including Jools Holland and Freddie Flintoff. Broadcast on Channel 5. Directed by Nigel Cole. ‘[The Man In Black features] a wealth of wonderful footage from his many performances on these shores.’ The Times
1x60' Roy's legacy as a beloved rock legend and a devoted father is revealed through intimate interviews with Roy's three surviving sons, featuring previously unseen home videos of Alex, Roy Jr and Wesley Orbison. Broadcast on BBC Four. Directed by Nigel Cole. ‘An emotional film not about rock music, but about family loss, love and affirmation.’ The Times – Critic’s Choice
1x90' In intimate conversation Bruce explores the moments that fuelled his relentless drive to become a musician and which have provided the influence for some of the most critically acclaimed and loved songs of the last 50 years. Broadcast on Channel 4. Directed by Nigel Cole.
1x72' Lonesome Pine was granted unique and exclusive access to document the story of this incredibly influential musician. Broadcast on BBC 2. Directed by Kieran Evans.