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4 x 60" for BBC2 Unprecedented access was granted by the RAF to Archie Productions as we followed four of its Display teams across the packed summer schedule of 2015. Eyepopping aerial footage combined with a rare look behind the scenes at what makes the Air Force tick the Chinook Helicopters, the Typhoon Jets, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and the iconic Red Arrows all opened their doors to let the audience appreciate the levels of dedication and skill needed to serve in these squadrons
38 x 20" for CITV/ITV1 A madcap games, gadgets and film review show for the 7 - 11 yr old audience, initially shot as a studio series but the last run was entirely filmed in schools with pupils as it's audience. The show had everything entertainment focused for kids and even featured a movie reviewing monkey
Red Arrows:Inside the bubble
After two years of development with the RAF, Archie Productions were given exclusive access to the legendary Red Arrow aerobatic team. This film followed the new recruits as they trained both in the UK and in Cyprus, battling weather, new moves and of course gravity to earn their official licence to perform for another season.
76 x 30" for Cartoon Network/Turner Entertainment Networks International
A Karaoke based game show for kids aimed at the 7-11 yr old audience. The series was produced in 6 different languages, Polish, French, Italian, German, Spanish and English with presenters and contestants all flown in to London to record their shows
3 x 60" for BBC 2
Hosted by John Sergeant, these three films served as TV love letters to three aircraft that served the British nation in both peacetime and in war. The Spitfire, the Lancaster Bomber and the Sea King Helicopter all have fascinating histories, and John's passion for aviation bring them alive on screen