What’s On: Long Form – Editing – April / May / June – 2019

Dispatches - Jeremy Kyle: TV on Trial
Channel: Channel 4
Production: BriteSpark Films
Editor: Rohan Thomas

In the wake of the Jeremy Kyle Show's cancellation after the death of a guest on the programme, Dispatches investigates what lies behind the headlines, what went wrong and who might be to blame.

Streaming now on All 4! | More


George Clarke's Old House, New Home
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Amazing Productions
Editor: Chris Latham

George Clarke helps people make their period homes fit for modern life.

It's available on All 4! | More


Nature's Strangest Mysteries: Solved
Channel: Animal Planet
Production: Wall to Wall
Editor: Mairin O'Faolain

Nature is awe inspiring, but sometimes it's downright weird--strange animal behavior, unexpected events, stuff that just doesn't make sense. A team of experts are on hand to work on solving nature's strangest mysteries. | More


Salvage Hunters: The Restorers
Channel: Quest TV & Discovery Channel
Production: Curve Media
Editor: Tim Coster

Modern-day treasure hunter, Drew Pritchard, is one of Britain’s leading architectural salvage dealers. Travelling the length and breadth of the UK, he’s on a quest for weird and wonderful objects, hidden gems and forgotten treasures.

It is streaming now on QuestOD. | More


Art Ninja
Channel: CBBC
Production: Dot to Dot
Editor: Ed Kinnear

He’s an expert animator with amazing art skills. His mission is to teach you his secrets and get you creating your own art. Some call him Ricky, we know him as the ART NINJA. The new series promises great art ideas, makes, mates and Ninja madness!

Now available on BBC Iplayer. | More


Sewermen
Channel: Channel 5
Production: Label 1
Editor: Neill Jongman, Mark Goldie, Victoria Sankey, Karla Guimaraes

Docuseries following the everyday heroes who keep the UK's water systems flowing free.

It's available on All 4! | More


How to Rob a Bank
Channel: Viceland
Production: Antenna Pictures
Editor: David Potter

Every day in the USA an average of 14 banks are robbed. This series tells the personal stories of the bank robbers and the law enforcement officers who caught them. From the first catalyst that sets the robber on a criminal journey, through to the execution of plans and the inevitable fallout. This series will explore the human dimensions of these crimes, sometimes viewed as victimless, as well as some of the mysteries that surround the robbers’ motives, collaborators, and on-going conspiracies.

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999 Whats Your Emergency
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Blast! Films
Editor: Alona Tarka

An intimate and frank look at modern Britain through the eyes of the emergency services on the front line.

It's available on All 4! | More


Speed - Into Space
Channel: Curiosity Stream
Production: Arrow Media
Editor: Paul Berry

The most innovative area of human motion lies not on Earth, but with the exploration of space. Meet the private space entrepreneurs jostling to offer the tantalising prospect of cheap, frequent travel beyond the atmosphere into Earth orbit.

It's available on Curiosity Stream! | More


See No Evil
Channel: Investigation / Discovery
Production: Arrow Media
Editor: Marc Tondeur, Janet McCaig Taylor, Rohan Thomas

Every second of every day, millions of Americans are caught on CCTV. Most of them are honest citizens going about their everyday lives. But a few are guilty of unspeakable crimes. See no Evil is a ground breaking new series about how real crimes are solved with the help of surveillance cameras. Police reveal how CCTV footage has unlocked the answer to cases that otherwise might have remained unsolved- leaving dangerous killers at large. The series features real footage and dramatic reconstruction, combined with first-hand testimony from police, witnesses, and families. | More


Secrets of Egypts Valley of The King
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Blink Films
Editor: Will Roche

Archaeologists unlock the mysteries of Tutankhamun, unearthing a long-lost box of treasures from inside his tomb, and revealing why his resting place remained hidden for thousands of years.

Available to watch now on All 4! | More


Surgeons: At the Edge of Life
Channel: BBC 2
Production: Dragonfly Films
Editor: Katherine Lee

Documentary series going beyond the theatre doors of Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, where surgeons push medical boundaries to the limits. | More


When Buildings Collapse: World's Worst Engineering Disasters
Channel: Channel 5
Production: Elephant House Studios
Editor: Chris Latham

Engineer Rob Bell visits the scene of some bridge and building collapses in the United States and Europe examining what caused these tragedies and revealing the lessons engineers can learn from them.

It's available on My5! | More


Unreported World
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Quicksliver Media
Editor: Raul Sacristan, Janet McCaig Taylor

Critically acclaimed foreign affairs series offering a look beyond the news agenda.

Available to watch now on All 4. | More


Superstructures: Engineering Marvels
Channel: National Geographic
Production: Pioneer Productions
Editor: Alan Harris

How does the world’s largest aircraft, the Antonov AN-225, get off the ground and fly? What are the incredible innovations behind the world’s tallest building, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa? And what breath-taking engineering triumphs make the International Space Station the most innovative and expensive superstructure ever built?

Superstructures: Engineering Marvels, is a brand new six part series, that reveals the extraordinary feats of engineering hidden inside the world’s most spectacular man-made constructions. Each superstructure is taken apart using computer generated graphics and insight from world class specialists to reveal the size, scale, and startling innovations that turned each of them from dream to reality.

Alan Harris edited episode 3: Space Station and episode 4: Tallest Building.

You can catch up on it on National Geographic or Amazon Prime. | More


Ice Age Return of the Mammoth / US title: Lost Beast of the Ice Age
Channel: Channel 4 and Discovery
Production: Renegade Pictures
Editor: Marco Jackson, Raul SacrIstan

In an ambitious, new, cutting-edge Science Channel special, top scientists from around the world look to uncover extraordinary evidence into the lives of Ice Age animals, including the fabled woolly mammoth. The special will also explore whether these new discoveries, combined with the latest techniques in genetic science, could bring these long extinct animals back to life with the latest cloning techniques.

If you missed it on Channel 4 you can still catch it on All4. | More


NASA's Unexplained Files
Channel: Science Channel
Production: Wag Entertainment
Designers: Olly Robertson, Bobb Strongman, Daniele Baiardini

A look is taken at exclusive NASA footage and firsthand accounts of mysterious fly objects from astronauts and scientists are presented.

You can watch all 6 seasons now on Amazon Prime Video. | More


When Double Acts Fall Out
Channel: Channel 5
Production: Double Yellow
Editor: Nick Webb

Double acts have been a part of showbusiness since the earliest days of vaudeville, and this ninety minute documentary explores some of the pressures that some of entertainment’s best loved performing partnerships have faced in their professional careers. Featured double acts include Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, Cannon and Ball, Simon and Garfunkel, and Sonny and Cher.
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How Do Animals Do That?
Channel: Animal Planet
Production: Wag Entertainment
Editor: Paul Meadows, Mark Lovgrove

Animals are extraordinary, and they do seemingly impossible things that leave humans in absolute awe. Animal Planet will take audiences on a journey to find answers to some of the most asked questions about the animal world in the all-new series, HOW DO ANIMALS DO THAT?, narrated by Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey, Paddington)

You can catch it on Animalplanet. | More