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  • The Production 100
    Televisual's exclusive survey of the independent television sector, revealing the top producers as well as key industry trends
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Production 100, 2016 Back to Reports & survey Listing

51
Arrow
md Iain Pelling creative directors John Smithson, Tom Brisley turnover £10.96m hrs 9 key shows Dogs: Their Secret Lives (C4), Battle of Britain (C4), Bletchley Park (BBC2), Wildest Weather (C4)

52
Atlantic Productions
ceo Anthony Geffen turnover £10.4m hrs 26 key shows Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough (BBC1), Inside The Commons (BBC2), David Attenborough Meets President Obama (BBC1)

53
Windfall Films
(Argonon) ceo David Dugan creative director Ian Duncan turnover £10m hrs 23.5 key shows  Hidden Britain by Drones (C4), Inside Einstein’s Mind (BBC), Unearthed (Science Channel), Machines: How They Work (Discovery)

54
True North
creative dirs Andrew Sheldon, Jess Fowle md Marc Allen turnover £9.54m hrs 93 key shows Building The Dream (More4), A New Life in The Sun (C4), Homes by The Sea (C4), Battle of Jutland (BBC2)

55
Plimsoll
ceo Grant Mansfield md Christine Owen turnover £9.5m hrs 30 key shows Rescue Dogs to Super Dogs (C4), Story of Cats (ITV), Pets Who Hate Vets (C5), Life at the Extreme (ITV), Secret Life of the Family (C5)

56
Spun Gold
md Nick Bullen creative director Dani Neumann coo Eleanor Bailey turnover £9.2m hrs 101 key shows Love Your Garden (ITV), Great Canal Journeys (C4), How the Other Half Lives (C5), Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose (C4), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV).

Spun Gold’s work with Alan Titchmarsh - from Love Your Garden to Masterpiece - forms a bedrock of the indie, set up by Nick Bullen in 2004. But it also works with a range of stars – from Eamon Holmes, Ant & Dec and Purnella Scales – on output that spans popular factual to entertainment. 15% of its revenues come from ad funded programming like Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose.

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Icon Films
creative dir Harry Marshall md Laura Marshall dir of dev Stephen McQuillan dir of prod  Andie Clare turnover £9.1m hrs 26.5 key shows River Monsters (ITV), One Show (BBC1), Million Pound Mega Yachts (C4), Primal Survivor (NatGeo)

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Maverick
(All3Media)
ceo Simon Knight dir of prod Allison Todd turnover £9.1m hrs 33 key shows Operation Ouch (CBBC), Dinosaur Britain (ITV), Extreme Phobias, Extreme Cures (Discovery) Extreme Beauty Disasters (Discovery)

59
Remedy
(Argonon)
md Juliet Borges cco Tom Blakeson turnover £9m hrs 870 key shows 15 to 1 (C4), Celeb 15 to 1 (C4) Radio 1’s Teen Awards (CBBC), MTV UK Charts (MTV), 15 to 1 (C4), Penguin A&E (C5), Fired by (MTV), MTV News (MTV)

60
Eleventh Hour
md Jill Green head of development Paula Cuddy commercial director Nicole Finnan executive producer Eve Gutierrez head of production Elizabeth Walker turnover £8.9m hrs 11 key shows New Blood (BBC1), Safe House (ITV).


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