BBC One Daytime has commissioned new Dom Littlewood show, Maximum Security, a new 10×45 series that will take a look at some of the Britain’s most secure businesses, buildings and Borders.

Littlewood will travel across the UK meeting the experts and see up-close what they do for security, and reveal the latest security systems and technology to get the low-down on how Britain’s biggest brands and institutions lock up and keep safe.

He will also be showing audiences how they can make changes in their day-to-day lives to keep their own homes secure. The series will also hear first-hand testimonies from people who’ve been a victim of crime, and made sure they have mitigated against it happening again, securing their homes, pets and valuables.

Dom Littlewood says: “I want to help the nation protect themselves, their homes, families, businesses and even their pets from these unscrupulous thieves, so we can all feel a bit safer in our own homes. I can’t wait for audiences to watch and take away some helpful tips and tricks to scupper criminal activity.”

Acting Head of BBC Daytime and Early Peak, Lindsay Bradbury says: “Maximum Security epitomises Daytime’s commitment to bringing relevant factual content to viewers that is both insightful and useful in our everyday lives. This series will captivate viewers and expose the lengths criminals will go to, to try and gain access into our homes and our livelihoods.”

Maximum Security is commissioned by Lindsay Bradbury, the series editor is Maddi Knibbs for BBC Studios, Factual Entertainment Cardiff, it was developed in BBC Studios Bristol by Fran Haines and her team and BBC Studios Factual Entertainment Creative Director is Juliet Rice. The series will be out later this summer.

 

Jon Creamer

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