Put Your Money Series 8 premieres on BBC One


A brand new series of Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is is now showing each day, Monday to Friday, on BBC 1 at 4.30pm. Each day, two well-known experts from the world of antique dealing will be going head to head to see who can make the most money from buying and selling antiques and collectibles - all of which will be donated to the charities of their choice.  Once the deals are done, one expert will be crowned the Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is champion. Eric Knowles will be going up against Kate Bliss, Mark Franks will be taking on John Cameron, Jonty Hearnden will be battling Paul Hayes, and James Lewis will be trying to beat James Braxton.

C5 asks for Christmas doc from Reef


Channel 5 has ordered a one-off doc Britain’s Craziest Christmas Lights from Reef Television. The one-hour doc, which is co-produced by GroupM Entertainment, will look at people who festoon their households with extraordinary Christmas displays and paraphernalia. It will feature people who deck out their homes with everything from computer-controlled lighting rigs to animatronic Santas. The doc was commissioned by Channel 5 commissioning executive Jason Wells and exec produced by Reef’s head of specialist factual Ben Weston and GroupM Entertainment’s Tony Moulsdale and Abigail Adams. The director is Paul Barnett, who has worked on Come Dine With Me.



One of the UK’s top TV channels is making a fun, warm-hearted documentary for Christmas 2013 about people who love putting up extraordinary displays in their front gardens and the outside of their houses at Christmas.  We know it’s only July, but the search is on already!  If you’re someone who gets a thrill from doing this, or know of a brilliant house or street in your area where it happens anywhere on the UK mainland, please contact us at: lights@reeftv.com.  Reef Television is a leading independent television company that makes programmes for all the national broadcasters including hit BBC daytime show Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is and ITV’s recent documentary special The Story of Now celebrating 30 year of Now That’s What I Call Music.

The Story of NOW to air on the 27th May at 10pm on ITV


 Now That’s What I Call Music! is one of the British pop music’s biggest success stories.  Since the first ever Now was rolled out for Christmas 1983 with its delicious mix of Phil Collins, Kajagoogoo, Culture Club and Howard Jones, the series has gone on to sell more than 100 million records in the UK alone. Everyone owns one; you can pretty much work out someone’s age by it; and 30 years on, Now shows no signs of slowing down. With contributions from Sir Richard Branson, Dermot O’Leary, Dom Joly, Mark Wright, Jason Donovan, Limahl, Pete Waterman, Brian McFadden, Liz McClarnon, Gordon Smart and many others, this is going to be a must-see for all music fans.

You can catch documentary, marking the 30th anniversary of the phenomenon, on Monday 27th May at 10pm on ITV.