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Production 100, 2013 Back to Reports & survey Listing

43. CPL Productions
md Danielle Lux creative
director Murray Boland director of production Heather Hampson
turnover £13.2m staff 13 hrs 50
key shows A League Of Their Own (Sky1), Off Their Rockers (ITV1), All Star Mr and Mrs (ITV1)
Red Arrow Entertainment, part of Germany’s Prosieben Group, is a majority shareholder in CPL, which has a strong reputation in entertainment and is expanding into narrative comedy and factual formats. Sky show A League of their Own has done well for CPL, with the format selling strongly overseas and nominated for a best entertainment Bafta. CPL also produced new series Off Their Rockers for ITV1.

44. Shed
ceo Eileen Gallagher, md Brian Park, creative director Ann McManus
turnover £13.1m staff 7 hrs 20
key shows Waterloo Road (BBC1)

45. The Garden
chief executives Nick Curwin, Magnus Temple md Scarlett Ewens
turnover £13m staff 20 hrs 47
key shows 24 Hours In A&E (C4), The Midwives (BBC2), The Audience (C4), Keeping Britain Alive (BBC2)

46. Rough Cut
md Ash Atalla head of production Tim Sealey  
turnover £12.5m profit £800k staff 12 hrs 27
key shows Cuckoo (BBC3), Mad Mad World (ITV1), World’s Craziest Fools (BBC3)

47. Renegade
editorial director Alan Hayling md Charlotte Street
turnover £12.3m staff 16 hrs 81
key shows Don’t Tell The Bride (BBC3), Celebrity Wedding Planner (C5), Drugs Live (C4), World’s Most Dangerous Roads (BBC2)

48. Input Media
md Neil Oughton exec chairman David Wood
turnover £12.1m staff 120 hrs 3000
key shows Chelsea TV, World Indoor Bowls (BBC), Roland Garros (ITV), FA Womens Super League (BBC)

49=. Atlantic
ceo Anthony Geffen md Claudia Perkins
turnover £12m staff 25 hrs 20
key shows Galapagos 3D (Sky 3D), Micro Monsters 3D (Sky 3D), The Wildest Dream (BBC2), Cradle Of The Gods (Nat Geo)

49=. Darlow Smithson
md Ben Bowie creative dir Emily Roe
turnover £12m hrs 55
key shows The Crash (BBC3),  I Shouldn’t Be Alive (Discovery), Stephen Hawking’s Grand Design (Discovery), Infested! (Animal Planet), Seconds From Disaster (Nat Geo)

49=. Nutopia
ceo Jane Root md Carl Griffin 
head of production Josh Wilkins turnover £12m profit £585k staff 14 hrs 30 key shows Mankind: The Story of All of Us (History Channel), How We Invented The World (Discovery)
49=. Love
creative director RichardMcKerrow md Letty Kavanagh
turnover £12m staff 37 hrs 42
key shows The Great British Bake Off (BBC2), Britain Then and Now (ITV1), The Great British Sewing Bee (BBC2)

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