The BBC has announced a range of new formats and titles for BBC One Daytime and BBC Two Early Peak from Boom, Brown Bob, BBC Studios, Red Sky and Plimsoll.

In the mornings on BBC One, Dom Littlewood examines the booming home delivery industry, tracing the journey of online orders. Deliveries Unwrapped with Dom Littlewood w/t (10 x 45) is executive produced by Rachel Evans for Boom in Cardiff.

Moment of Proof (15 x 30) is a new true crime doc for BBC Daytime, telling the stories of police investigations centred around the moment where detectives realise they’ve cracked the case. Series Producer is Emma Griffiths and the Executive Producer is Jacqueline Hewer for Brown Bob Productions.

Returning for a second series is For Love or Money, presented by Kym Marsh and Ashley John Baptiste, investigating online romance fraud which has soared during lockdown. This follows the first series last year, which also played out in BBC One peak in March. Series producer is Steve McConville  and executive producer is Alan Holland for BBC Studios in Salford.

The new formats for afternoons on BBC Two Early Peak include, Saved and Remade (w/t), where a team of experts rework items of sentimental value into desirable contemporary pieces. The series producer is Kim Rossiter and the Executive Producer Jane Rogerson for Red Sky Productions in Glasgow

Also for BBC Two Early Peak is My Unique B&B (w/t), which features aspiring B&B hosts keen to earn a bit of extra cash by transforming their spare outdoor spaces into exceptional holiday rentals. The series Producer is Rebecca Nunn  and the Executive Producers are Kate Beetham and Karen Plumb for Plimsoll Productions in Bristol.

Saved and Remade’s Commissioning Editor is Helen Munson with Lindsay Bradbury the commissioning editor nfor the other titles

Carla-Maria Lawson, Head of Daytime and Early Peak says: “Relevant, relatable and inspiring content is the heartbeat of BBC Daytime programming, and this mix of new offerings aims to buoy viewers looking for trustworthy and entertaining television.”


Jon Creamer

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