What’s On: Long Form credits, October – December 2018

Ken Dodd: How Tickled We Were
Channel: BBC 2
Production: Double Yellow
Editor: Nick Webb

A celebration of the life and work of Sir Ken Dodd, as told in his own words and with testimony from friends and family. Boxing Day at 9pm on BBC 2. | More

Gold Rush
Channel: Discovery
Production: Raw TV
Editor: Simon Abrahams

To keep working until the end of the season, Rick and his dad hatch a plan to expand their cut. Parker's welder, Chad, badly injures his hand changing a tyre. Friday 21st Dec at 8pm on Discovery. | More

World's Weirdest Homes
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Voltage TV
Editor: D'Arcy McClean and Simon Abrahams

Charlie Luxton presents the world's weirdest, most fascinating and jaw-dropping homes, revealing what it takes to live in a one-of-a-kind wonder. The Guardian TV pick. | More

Unreported World: Forced to Be Fat
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Quicksilver Media
Editor: Raul Sacristan

Report from Mauritania in West Africa, where young girls and women are being force fed up to 10,000 calories a day because, when it comes to marriage, big is deemed beautiful. Friday 7th December at 7.30pm, Channel 4.
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999: What's Your Emergency?
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Blast! Films
Junior Editor: Alona Tarka

Tuesdays at 9pm. Alona worked on several episodes of the current series, which shows the variety of challenges faced by our emergency services. Client: Blast! Films.
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Ryan Tricks on the Streets
Channel: BBC 3
Production: Midnight Oil Pictures
Editor: Chris Davies (episodes 2, 4, 5 & 6. Plus 1 & 3 for international sales)

Internet sensation and skillful street magician Ryan, give back to those forgotten members of the community in a series of exciting magic performances. Available now on BBC iPlayer. | More

Show Me What You're Made Of
Channel: CBBC
Production: Twenty Twenty
Editor: Ian Baigent (episode 3) and Mark Goldie (episodes 2 & 4).

Five spoilt children join Stacey Dooley on a whistle-stop working tour of some of the key industries that this country relies on. Including a massive theme park, zoo and sausage factory. After the children have finished their working tour, will they have changed anything about their attitudes and behaviour?

From Monday 19th - Friday 23rd November, 3.30pm daily. | More

The Royal World
Channel: MTV
Production: Initial / Endemol
Editor: Tim Coster and Rita Kaye

New reality series. A group of young royals and Irish notability live together in the British countryside - giving an insight into their unbelievable lives. Airing on Wednesdays at 9pm on MTV from 4th November.
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Unreported World: South Africa's Deadly Gold Rush
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Quicksilver Media
Editor: Raul Sacristan

Seyi Rhodes meets miners who are risking their lives deep underground in South Africa's abandoned gold mines, which are controlled by violent gangs and surrounded by lawless settlements. Friday 23rd November at 7.30pm. | More

Unreported World: India's Love Cheat Detectives
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Quicksilver Media
Editor: Janet McCaig Taylor

Nelafur Hedayat goes undercover with a female-owned private detective agency in Delhi to examine a huge rise in the number of private investigators tasked with exposing love cheats in India. Broadcast on Friday 9th November. | More

Walking Britains Lost Railways
Channel: Channel 5
Production: Rumpus Media
Editor: Adam Harvey and Shai Rodogovsky

New travel series of 6 x 1 hour programmes. Presenter Rob Bell follows the route of six railway lines that were closed in the 1960s. During his journey he will discover the history of the lines and the communities that sit alongside them, as well as exploring the impact of the introduction and closure of the railways on local societies. Adam Harvey cut episodes 1 & 3, while Shai Rodogovsky cut episodes 2, 4, 5 & 6. | More

Inside the Tower
Channel: Channel 5
Production: Lion TV
Editor: Steve Teers

Tuesday 23rd October, 9pm on Channel 5.
Behind the scenes documentary, exploring the towers fascinating and gruesome history.
Given 4 stars in a review by TV Times. | More