The Circle reveals its winner
The Circle named the winner of its £100k prize
Channel 4 has commissioned two new one-off shows from Little Gem - How to Paint The Mona Lisa and Big Dog Britain. In How to Paint The Mona Lisa, Artist and Vice President of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters Adebanji Alade attempts to recreate the most valuable painting in the world, the Mona Lisa. Using the same tools and techniques as Da Vinci, Alade will uncover what it is that makes the painting so revered. Meeting world leading experts and analysing Da Vinci’s work, Alade aims to understand this portrait’s rich history before unveiling his attempt to reproduce the world’s most famous painting.
The new hires form part of Channel 4’s expanded Creative Diversity team Channel 4 today announced that it has appointed Neila Butt as its new Creative Diversity Lead for the Nations & Regions, and Stacey Olika, as its Creative Diversity Coordinator, Nations & Regions. They will be based in Leeds and
Economic analysis shows Channel 4 generated £274m of GVA in the UK Nations & Regions and supports nearly 3,000 jobs outside London A new independent report from EY, commissioned by Channel 4, has revealed that the broadcaster contributed nearly £1bn to the UK economy and supported more than 10,000
Channel 4 today announced that Duck Soup Films will join the broadcaster’s Indie Growth Fund. Duck Soup was founded by Bekki Wray-Rogers, Libby Durdy and Jessica Holyland with an ambition to make fresh, authentic and entertaining TV Dramas and Feature Films, championing the voices of
Channel 4 have commissioned Flicker Productions to make a 1x60 film exploring the contentious issues of Stop and Search, fronted by Jermaine Jenas.
E4 is in very unsafe hands as Rick and Morty is set to make a return to the channel this June – hurrah! The fifth season of the Emmy-award-winning animated comedy comprises 10x30’ episodes and will air hot on the heels of the American transmission (fans rejoice). This new series will see the
Beat the Chef will return for a brand-new, 30-part series. Stripped Monday to Friday, every day a new, skilful amateur is cooking to win up to £10,000 as they go head to head against one of four professional chefs in two fast paced cook-offs. Presenter and restaurateur Andi Oliver hosts the culinary combat and the four house chefs to beat are: award-winning Mark Sargeant; Roux Scholar, Frederick Forster; Executive Chef, Sophie Michell and Michelin starred, Hrishikesh Desai.
A catfish has never come clean and revealed their true identity to another player on The Circle before. But tonight, Gemma (James) looks set to open up to Andy about who she really is. The Circle continues tonight at 10pm on Channel 4 and All 4