Brand new programmes coming soon to Channel 4, E4, More4 and All 4.
Channel 4 commissions landmark single documentary: Barrymore: The Body In The Pool
Channel 4 has commissioned a landmark 90-minute single documentary from the multi-award-winning KEO Films that will explore one of the most shocking and controversial unexplained stories of the last twenty years.
Channel 4 to investigate the 2001 disappearance of British backpacker Peter Falconio
In one of the most detailed re-investigations of the Falconio case ever mounted, Falconio: An Outback Murder? (wt), a new four-part series for Channel 4, will explore the details and the questions that surround this infamous case.
Living Wild (w/t)
‘Living Wild’ is the authentic experience of living alongside wildlife – as we’ve never heard or seen it before. Set in one of Kenya's most breath-taking conservancies Ol Pejeta, this new eight-part series takes you on an intimate journey into the heart of the lives of an incredible cast of wild animal characters.
Kevin McCloud to take Jon Richardson, Alice Levine and Phil Wang on a journey of technological enlightenment in new Channel 4 series
The new three-part series for Channel 4, in partnership with Vodafone will be produced by Boundless (part of Fremantle UK). Kevin will be sending his three sceptics off around the world to see if he can help them embrace robot butlers, lab grown meat and other weird and wonderful tech from China, Japan and America.
Channel 4 to chart incredible journey of Peter: The Human Guinea Pig (w/t)
Channel 4 has commissioned Sugar Films to follow the extraordinary journey of Peter Scott-Morgan and his radical cybernetic transformation.
Channel 4 to embark on Olympic journey with Sophie Morgan
Sophie Morgan is setting out on her biggest adventure yet- travelling from India to Japan on a Mad Max-style Trike.
Channel 4 goes back to school to discuss the issue of unconscious racial bias in The Segregation Experiment (w/t)
Channel 4’s bold and engaging new series will explore a ground-breaking programme that tests for unconscious[i] racial bias in an ordinary class of 11 to 12-year-old pupils.
Channel 4 and Sandi Toksvig to explore adult illiteracy in The Write Offs
The Write Offs, an empowering and uplifting new two-part series hosted by Sandi Toksvig will explore Britain’s staggeringly low adult literacy rates and offer a group of adults – aged from 22 to 66 years old – a lifechanging opportunity to overcome the one thing that has always held them back.
Channel 4 commissions Paul Hollywood Eats Japan
A new three-part Channel 4 series, Paul Hollywood Eats Japan, will see Britain’s favourite baker discover how Japan is fast becoming one of the world’s top foodie destinations.
Channel 4 announces new 3-part series “Walking With Elephants”
The 3x60’ series will follow Levison Wood, passionate explorer, conservationist, author and presenter of “Walking the Nile” and “Walking the Americas”, on a totally new kind of adventure.
Duncanville comes to Channel 4
Channel 4 has acquired much-anticipated animated comedy Duncanville in a new deal with NBCU. The series will transmit close to the US premier this year, getting a first look on Channel 4 and repeat on E4.