Born on the Breadline
This insightful half hour reveals that over 35,000 parents are now turning to baby banks to provide their young children with basics like nappies, clothes, food and prams.
‘The most chilling TV murder hunt you’ll ever watch – because it’s real’
Beyond the blue flashing lights, how does a Major Crime investigation work? How do partner agencies come together to support a major investigation? And how much work really goes on behind the scenes to gain a successful outcome in court?
Thames Valley Police have granted award-winning documentary company True Vision Productions unprecedented access to film the work of the Major Crimes Unit over a two-year period. True Vision have 4 feature length films to produce for Channel 4 each to be broadcast in a Primetime slot during 2017 and 2018.
Each film will be self-contained and each will follow the work of one major investigation – covering some of the most serious and challenging crimes facing this tri-county force.
The series will highlight the complexities and detail required in a major crime investigation from start to finish, with 360 degree access to some of the region’s biggest crimes: both to the work of the police but also to the partner agencies, whose work is integral and vital to the overall investigation.
A True Vision production for Channel 4
Award nominations and wins:
Royal Television Society -WINNER Best Documentary Series & WINNER Professional Excellence: Factual Production: Catching a Killer: The Search for Natalie Hemming
BAFTA – Anna Hall for Best Director
BAFTA nominated for Best Factual Series 2018
Broadcast Awards Shortlist – Best Documentary Series
Televisual Bulldog Awards – Best Documentary Series
The Search for Natalie Hemming 1 x 81′
The Wind in the Willows Murder 1 x 60′
A Bullet Through the Window 1 x 72′
A Knock at the Door 1 x 60′
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