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Twofour's headquarters in Plymouth.
Twofour's headquarters in Plymouth.

Twofour Group is a British television and digital media group that was founded in 1989 by Charles Wace, a former BBC news producer. With headquarters in Plymouth, Twofour has offices across the globe including London and Los Angeles.

Twofour is part of Twofour Group. The Twofour Group consists of Boomerang, Delightful Industries, Mainstreet Pictures, Twofour, Twofour America, and Twofour Rights. On 24 June 2015, Twofour Group was acquired by ITV Studios.[1]

Melanie Leach was named Chief Executive for Twofour Group in summer 2014.[2]

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Contents

Divisions

Twofour

Twofour supplies programming to the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, UKTV and a variety of other UK and international channels.

Twofour is an international award-winning factual, features and entertainment television producer. Twofour was awarded Broadcast's "Best Indie Production Company" title in 2010 and 2014, with titles including The Jump (Channel 4), multi award-winning The Real Marigold Hotel[3] (BBC One/BBC Two) and the fastest selling format of the year, This Time Next Year (ITV)[4] and Channel 5's longest running series, The Hotel Inspector.

The company produces ob-doc and fixed rig shows such as Channel 4's International Emmy winning Educating Yorkshire, Educating the East End and 2011's Educating Essex. In May 2012, Series Director David Clews was awarded a BAFTA Television Craft Award for his work directing Educating Essex.

Twofour has produced a range of adventure documentaries such as Harry's Arctic Heroes for BBC One and Harry's Mountain Heroes for ITV, both featuring Prince Harry and a group of wounded soldiers as they attempt to reach the North Pole and Mount Everest respectively.

Boomerang

Boomerang produces factual entertainment, popular factual, documentary and sports entertainment programmes from its Cardiff base.

Twofour Rights

Twofour Rights, Twofour’s in house rights distribution arm, was launched in 2012 and brings the company’s catalogue of programming to the international marketplace.

Mainstreet Pictures

Mainstreet Pictures is a new drama independent run by joint MDs Sally Haynes and Laura Mackie. Mainstreet Pictures produces hit ITV series Unforgotten.

Twofour America

Twofour America produces unscripted programming for audiences in the United States. Examples of Twofour America productions are Edge of Alaska for Discovery Channel and Twisted for Investigation Discovery.

Delightful Industries

Comedy label, co-producer of Motherland.

Programmes produced by Twofour

2018

Title[5] Channel
Costa Del Celebrity Channel 5
This Time Next Year (second series) BBC One
Ibiza Weekender ITV2
Give It A Year ITV
One Night With My Ex Channel 5

2017

Title[5] Channel
Confessions of a Junior Doctor Channel 4
The Real Marigold On Tour (second series) BBC One
Ibiza Weekender ITV2
The Real Marigold Hotel BBC One
The Jump Channel 4
One Night With My Ex Channel 5
Chopping Block ITV
Spectacular Spain With Alex Polizzi Channel 5
Our School 3 (third series) CBBC
Educating Greater Manchester (fifth series) Channel 4

2016

Title[5] Channel
Royal Navy School Channel 4
Ibiza Weekender ITV2
The Real Marigold Hotel BBC Two
The Jump Channel 4
Drive ITV1
Our School CBBC
This Time Next Year ITV
The Real Marigold On Tour BBC Two
Dating in the Dark ITV2
Disabled Daredevils Channel 4
Tom Daley Diving For Gold ITV
Choccywoccydoodah UKTV
The Hotel Inspector Channel 5
World's Best Restaurants UKTV
The Extraordinary Case of Alex Lewis Channel 4
Tiny Tots Talent Agency Channel 4
Impossible Engineering UKTV
Chopping Block ITV
Drive ITV
Born to Kill UKTV
Get Me To The Church On Time UKTV
Ibiza Weekender ITV2
Housing Enforcers BBC

2015

Title[5] Channel
The Vote More 4
Educating Cardiff (fourth series) Channel 4
Ibiza Weekender ITV2
Taking New York E4
The Jump Channel 4
Eternal Glory ITV1
The Housing Enforcers BBC One
Alex Polizzi: Chefs on Trial BBC Two
Kings and Queens of Speech Sky1
Our School CBBC

2014

Title[5] Channel
A Night of Heroes ITV
Risking it All TLC
Edge of Alaska Discovery Channel
Alex Polizzi’s Secret Italy Channel 5
The Housing Enforcers BBC One
The Hunt History
Chrome Underground Discovery Channel
90's Greatest Nat Geo
Stammer School Channel 4
Dirty Weekenders in France Channel 4
Harry's South Pole Heroes ITV
James Nesbitt's Ireland ITV
Cooks' Questions More 4
The Magaluf Weekender ITV2
The Jump Channel 4
Splash ITV
The Hotel Inspector Channel 5
Alex Polizzi: The Fixer BBC Two
Educating the East End (third series) Channel 4

2013

Title[5] Channel Start date No. of episodes Running time
Educating Yorkshire (second series) Channel 4 5 September 2013 8 60 minutes
Alex Polizzi's Christmas Fix BBC Two 19 December 2013 1 60 minutes
Holiday Hit Squad BBC One 6 February 2013 4 60 minutes
Country House Sunday ITV 21 April 2013 21 60 minutes
Storage Hoarders (series 2) ITV 30 60 minutes
Happy Families ITV 2013 4 60 minutes
The 80s Greatest National Geographic Channel 2013 4 60 minutes
Splash! (series 1) ITV 5 January 2013 5 75 minutes
Choccywoccydoodah Star Challenge Good Food 2013 10 60 minutes
Tropical Diseases Discovery Channel 2013 6 60 minutes
The Body Shocking Show E4 2013 8 30 minutes
James Nesbitt's Ireland ITV 2013 10 30 minutes
Britain's Biggest Hoarders BBC One 2013 3 60 minutes
The Magaluf Weekender ITV2 6 January 2013 6 60 minutes
Cornwall with Caroline Quentin (series 2) ITV 7 January 2013 10 30 minutes
Alex Polizzi: The Fixer (series 2) BBC Two 12 February 2012 6 60 minutes

2012

Title[5] Channel Start date No. of episodes Running time
A Night of Heroes: The Sun Military Awards ITV 14 December 2012 1 90 minutes
Body Invaders Discovery Channel 2012 6 60 minutes
Paddy's Show and Telly ITV 22 December 2012 1 60 minutes
Holiday Home Sweet Home ITV 2012 20 60 minutes
Storage Hoarders ITV 2012 20 60 minutes
All Star Christmas Presents Sky1 23 December 2012 1 90 minutes
The Secret Interview Channel 5 2012 4 60 minutes
My Kidney and Me More4 2012 1 30 minutes
Tom Daley: Diving for Britain BBC One 23 July 2012 1 50 minutes
My Tasty Travels with Lynda Bellingham ITV 2012 20 60 minutes
Harry's Mountain Heroes ITV 2012 1 90 minutes
Bumps, Babies & Beyond Discovery Real Time 2012 6 30 minutes
City Secrets Sky Atlantic 2012 8 60 minutes
The Hotel Inspector (series 9) Channel 5 2012 10 60 minutes
Britain's Biggest Hoarders BBC One 2012 1 60 minutes
God Save the Queens Sky Atlantic 2012 3 60 minutes
Be Your Own Boss BBC Three 2012 6 60 minutes
British Cycling: Road to Glory Sky Atlantic 20 August 2012 6 60 minutes
Bradley Wiggins – A Year in Yellow Sky Atlantic 21 November 2012 1 90 minutes
The Angel Sky1 2012 5 60 minutes
A Short History of Everything Else Channel 4 2012 6 60 minutes
The Exclusives ITV2 2012 7 60 minutes
Alex Polizzi: The Fixer (series 1) BBC Two 31 January 2012 6 60 minutes
The Story of Musicals BBC Four 2012 3 60 minutes
Cornwall with Caroline Quentin (series 1) ITV 2 January 2012 8 30 minutes
Home of the Future Channel 4 2012 5 60 minutes
Table Dancing Diaries BBC Three 2012 1 60 minutes
Out on a Limo Channel 4 2012 1 60 minutes

2011

Title[5] Channel Start date No. of episodes Running time
A Night of Heroes ITV 2011 1 90 minutes
Paddy's Show and Telly ITV 29 December 2011 1 60 minutes
#tweetsoftheyear ITV2 2011 1 90 minutes
So This Is Christmas Channel 4 2011 1 60 minutes
Sealed Bid Channel 4 2011 5 60 minutes
Tamara Ecclestone: Billion $$ Girl Channel 5 2011 3 60 minutes
Harry's Arctic Heroes BBC One 2011 2 60 minutes
My Hoarder Mum and Me BBC One 2011 1 60 minutes
TA and the Taliban Watch 2011 6 60 minutes
My Funniest Year Channel 4 2011 4 120 minutes
Best of British Channel 4 2011 10 60 minutes
Educating Essex Channel 4 2011 7 60 minutes
The Hotel Inspector (series 7) Channel 5 18 April 2011 8 60 minutes
The Hotel Inspector (series 8) Channel 5 3 October 2011 8 60 minutes
Choccywoccydoodah Good Food 2011 10 30 minutes
Graffiti Wars Channel 4 2011 1 60 minutes
New Look Style the Nation Channel 4 2011 6 60 minutes
Fisherman's Friends Channel 4 2011 1 60 minutes
50 Greatest Wedding Shockers E4 2011 1 120 minutes

Awards

This Time Next Year was named the fastest selling format in the world in 2016 [6]and secured a C21 award and Realscreen Award.[7]

The Real Marigold Hotel won a Rose d'Or award in 2016.[8] The series was moved to BBC One for its second series.[9]

Educating Yorkshire won a National Television Award, RTS Award, Broadcast Award for Best Documentary, IVCA Award, a BAFTA Craft award and two BAFTA Television nominations.

Twofour held the title Best Indie Production Company in 2010 and 2014, and secured 1st place in Televisual Magazine's True Indie Survey 2013.

The company has been awarded several IVCA and RTS awards. In 2013, triple BAFTA-nominated Educating Essex won a Broadcast Award for Best Documentary Series.[10]

References

  1. ^ "TV acquires Twofour Group". ITV Press Centre. 24 June 2015. Retrieved 24 June 2015.
  2. ^ http://www.televisual.com/news-detail/Melanie-Leach-named-CEO-of-Twofour-Group_nid-4412.html
  3. ^ "BBC - The Real Marigold Hotel - series two - Media Centre". www.bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-07-09.
  4. ^ http://www.c21media.net/screenings/formatawards17/this-time-next-year/10191/
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h "Our Work". Twofour. Retrieved 22 February 2015.
  6. ^ "This Time Next Year". C21media. Retrieved 2017-07-09.
  7. ^ "Realscreen Awards ★ nominees ★". awards.realscreen.com. Retrieved 2017-07-09.
  8. ^ "News". www.rosedor.com. Retrieved 2017-07-09.
  9. ^ "BBC - The Real Marigold Hotel - series two - Media Centre". www.bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-07-09.
  10. ^ "Broadcast Awards 2013: Winners". Broadcast Now. 30 January 2013. Retrieved 30 January 2013.

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