Dragonfly have employed the talents of Jose Garrido to edit ‘Jodie Marsh: Bullied-My Secret Past’ for Channel 5.
This series explores the effects of bullying on different people. Focussing on the life of glamour model, reality TV star and now body builder Jodie Marsh who tells us what effect bullying had on her and how it has made her the person she is today. With her own personal experience in mind, Jodie connects with some of today’s young victims of bullying to uncover the true extent of bullying and its impact on its victims.
Editor: Jose Garrido
Production Company: Dragonfly
Broadcaster: Channel 5
Janet McCaig Taylor has been brought in to help edit a new two-part factual entertainment series commissioned by Channel 5 called ‘When Paddy met Sally’.
The series explores the very different lives of Sally Bercrow and Paddy Doherty showingwhat happens when their two worlds collide. As wife of the Speaker of the House of Commons, Sally is used to being in the public eye, whilst Irish Traveller Paddy is notoriously private. The series will see Sally move in with Paddy for two weeks to experience every aspect of a traveller’s wife.
The program airs Monday 9th January, 10pm on Channel 5.
Editor: Janet McCaig Taylor
Production Company: Endemol
Broadcaster: Channel 5
Editors Michael Sharck and Jake Stratton have been busy editing ‘Three hungry boys’ for Keo Films.
The series follows Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall as he challenges three friends, Trev, Tim and Thom, to travel through Devon and Cornwall on the adventure of a lifetime, living off the land and sea. The first episode includes eating from slop buckets, and working for dinner on mussel boats, while the lads also begin their troubled relationship with Daisy the milk float.
Editors: Michael Sharck, Jake Stratton
Production Company: Keo Films
Broadcaster: Channel 4
Mark Goldie helped edit the ‘Bigger than…Britney’ episode of this brand new Sky Living series.
The program takes a look at the regular girls who think they have what it takes to make it as a celebrity lookalike – minus a few pounds of course. Over the course of the series, we follow girls who want to look just like Britney Spears, Cheryl Cole, Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Rhianna. They are put on celebrity-inspried diets and given idol-inspired workout routines to see if they can really look like their favourite stars.
The show is set to broadcast starting Wednesday 1st January at 9pm on Sky Living.
Editor: Mark Goldie
Production Company: Renegade Pictures
Broadcaster: Sky Living
Mark James has just finished helping to edit the fitness series ‘Obese: A year to save my life’ for Sky One.
This new documentary follows nine morbidly obese people striving to shed up to half their bodyweight, before it kills them. Filmed over the course of a year, the show follows the highs and lows of each characters journeys to reveal an intimate and compelling portrait of their lives as they struggle to follow a strictly orchestrated weight loss programme of diet and exercise.
Editor: Mark James
Production Company: Eyeworks Television
Broadcaster: Sky One