Extinction The Facts

There are now one million species at risk of extinction. Extinction The Facts presented by Sir David Attenborough explores how this crisis of biodiversity will affect us all, threatening food and water security, undermining our ability to control our climate and even putting us at greater risk of pandemic diseases.

Humankind’s destructive relationship with the natural world isn’t just putting the ecosystems that we rely on at risk. Activities such as the trade in wildlife and the destruction of habitats drive the emergence of diseases. Disease ecologists believe that if we continue on this pathway, this year’s pandemic will not be a one-off event.

1 x 60′ documentary

BBC for BBC1 – 2020

Directed by Serena Davies

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Fonejacker is an award-winning comedy series that takes prank-calling to a new level.

Often outrageous and regularly pushing the limits, the Fonejacker adopts original and highly believable voices for his collection of characters which includes Terry Tibbs, a car salesman who makes dodgy dealing an art-form; Mr Doovde, who speaks in confusing abbreviations, and a highly intelligent and talkative mouse, who wants advice on how to rid himself of an evil cat.

6 x 30′ comedy series

Hat Trick for Channel 4 – 2007

The Wonderful World of Tony Blair

Since resigning in June 2007, Tony Blair has financially enriched himself more than any previous ex-prime minister.

Peter Oborne investigates the former prime minister’s sources of wealth since his resignation from the post in June 2007, after which he was appointed as official envoy of the Quartet on the Middle East. He also explores the activities of Tony Blair Associates, an international consultancy that handles multimillion-pound contracts.

Dispatches reveals some of the sources of his new-found wealth, much of which comes from the Middle East.

1 x 60′ documentary
Blast! Films for Channel 4 – 2011

Directed by James Brabazon

Putin: The New Tsar

How did a poor boy from a tiny flat in St Petersburg become one of the world’s most powerful leaders? This film reveals the story of Russian leader Vladimir Putin’s extraordinary rise to power – from a lowly KGB colonel to Boris Yeltsin’s right-hand man and ultimately his successor.

1 x 60′ – Oxford Films for BBC2

Directed by Patrick Forbes