Set in the glorious surroundings of the Lake District, this new series looks into the lives of local farmers, food producers & artisan crafters, whose work is showcased and sold at the family run, Tebay Service Station. In A Lake District Farmshop we meet the service station’s staff, and the businesses that work with this trailblazing pitstop, that has been championing local producers and produce, since it opened in 1972.
Flanked by the Lake District National Park to the West, and the Yorkshire Dales to the East, Tebay Service Station is set in a unique location, in one of the most visited parts of Britain and the business has seen itself grow way beyond the petrol pumps and now offers passing travellers a slice of Cumbria.
Teaming with vintage finds at great prices, Europe is the destination for antique hunters, and Yorkshire-based Rob Cain is one of them. An antiques dealer and second-generation French polisher, he has been in the business for over 20 years. With a love for period pieces that tell a story and a client list to envy, he is always looking for the exceptional.
There are over 40 million vehicles now on Britain’s roads, but it comes with a human cost. In 2019, deaths and serious injuries were up by over 1000 people to a staggering 27,500. With 3 million dashcams now in our vehicles, Britain’s Dangerous Drivers (w/t) features footage revealing some of Britain’s worst driving offenders.
Lingo sees three teams of two contestants compete against each other to fill in the blanks and find words. Over a series of rounds the prize money gets bigger, but so does the risk - fail to find the right word and your opponent gets the chance to jump in and take the money. In the nail-biting End Game, the last pair standing can double their prize fund, but if they can’t find the words, they could go home with nothing.
A co-production with Triple Brew Media and OMG North
Series examining the success of a trailblazing scheme designed to keep nurses in the NHS. With over a century of experience between them, the ‘intern team’ at an East London trust has slashed the number of nurses leaving the profession and the institution, but as cameras get a unique insight and follow the team over the three weeks preceding the coronavirus crisis, will their current cohort of newly qualified nurses decide to stay?
Betty and OMG North co-production