Daisybeck Studios – famous for producing The Yorkshire Vet – selected Cannon Hall Farm, in Cawthorne to be the host farm for a major new TV show which focusses on the joys of Spring and the hard work the farming community puts in to capitalise on its most busy time of year.
Starting as 6 episodes in 2015 The Yorkshire Vet has become the most popular 8pm series on Channel 5 in the UK. To date, 7 series have been broadcast in Britain and some countries around the world are catching up, with more than 70 episodes in the can.
A two-part ob-doc series about Harrogate’s Christmas celebrations. Harrogate: A Great Yorkshire Christmas followed local shop owners competing to be crowned Harrogate’s Best Dressed Christmas Window, and was narrated by Downton Abbey actor Jim Carter.
In this three-part series Guy Martin will explore China, the modern day workshop of the world. He will be ignoring the usual tourist hotspots and instead looking for extreme experiences to satisfy each of his passions.
An ineffectual Queen Cymbeline rules over a divided dystopian Britain. Consumed with grief at the death of two of her children, Cymbeline’s judgement is clouded. When Innogen, the only living heir, marries her sweetheart Posthumus in secret, an enraged Cymbeline banishes him.
Two legends of British cuisine, two-times Michelin Star restauranteur and chef, Michael Caines, and Queen of home cooks and food writer, Prue Leith present a new entertaining and competitive cooking series.
The Gadget Show is a British television series which focuses on consumer technology. The show, which is broadcast on Channel 5, and was presented by Jason Bradbury, Suzie Perry, Jon Bentley and Ortis Deley during my time at North One.
The Street That Cut Everything is a documentary presented by BBC political editor Nick Robinson. It was a social experiment in which 50 residents of a street in Preston, Lancashire went without all council services for six weeks.