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September 2017
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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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    The art of TV and film restoration
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Production 100, 2016 Back to Reports & survey Listing

91
Attaboy TV
md Andrew Shaw exec prods Daniel Allum, Michael Wood prod manager Clare Moriarty turnover £3.14m hrs 26 key shows Wheeler Dealers (Discovery), Deals, Wheels & Steals (ITV)

92
Brightspark Films
(Argonon)
creative dir Nick Godwin turnover £3m hrs 20 key shows Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords (C5), Incredible Engineering Blunders (Discovery)

93
3DD Productions
ceo Dominic Saville coo Jennifer Bentley head of prod Lyndy Saville turnover £2.9m hrs 60 key shows Murder Maps (UKTV), Shakespeare - The Legacy (UKTV) Discovering Music, Discovering Film, The Vietnam War

94=
Flame Television
(Avalon)
head of features Matthew Gordon turnover £2.6m hrs 44 key shows Heir Hunters (BBC1), The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door (C5), Saints & Scroungers (BBC1)

94=
Quicksilver
md Eamonn Matthews head of production Natalie Triebwasser series editor Monica Garnsey producer/director Danny Bogado turnover £2.6m hrs 20
key shows Unreported World (C4), Dispatches (C4)

96=
HCA Entertainment
ceo Henry Cole md Hamish Rieck turnover £2.4m hrs 56 key shows Find It, Fix It, Flog It (C4), The Motorbike Show (ITV4), Shed and Buried (ITV4/Travel Channel), World’s Greatest Motorcycle Rides (Travel Channel)

96=
Middlechild
md David Sumnall
line producer Alexa Waugh head of development Andrew Eastel turnover £2.4m hrs 30 key shows Dog Rescuers (C5), Beaver Las Vegas (C5), Running the World (Insight)

98=
House Of Tomorrow
(Endemol Shine)
managing directors Annabel Jones, Charlie Brooker
turnover £2.3m hrs 1.5 key shows Charlie Brooker’s End of Year Wipe (BBC2), Cunk on Shakespeare (BBC2)


98=
Lemonade Money   
mds Faraz Osman, James Payne director of prod Jess Wright turnover £2.3m hrs 3.5 key shows Access All Areas: Unlocked (C4), Four To The Floor (C4)

Lemonade Money makes its Production 100 debut after doubling turnover for the second year in the row. With a reputation for creativity, the indie made its name producing digital and branded content, and is now developing more ideas for TV including formats and one-off documentaries.

98=
Little Gem
creative dir Natasha Bondy 
md Ben Gale turnover £2.3m hrs 7 key shows How to Lose Weight Well (C4), Never Seen a Doctor (C4), Frontline Doctors: Winter Migrant Crisis (BBC1)

Factual producer Little Gem is on the up. Launched in late 2014, it makes its first entry to the Production 100 this year. Its first two series were broadcast on C4, its first doc aired on BBC1, and it has also won its first BBC3 order and a funded development for Sky.


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