August 2011 - Britain’s First Photo Album for BBC Two Daytime

Reef Television has been commissioned by BBC Two Daytime to produce Britain’s First Photo Album (w/t), a 10 x 30 mins series on the extraordinary achievement of Francis Frith, the pioneer Victorian photographer who embarked upon a colossal project to photograph as much of the United Kingdom as possible during the second half of the 19th century.

The pictures taken by Frith and his staff are viewed as one of the first and most comprehensive pictorial records of the UK, a wonderfully evocative record of our shared history, and equally a present day insight into the social landscape of Britain.

Presented by John Sergeant, each episode will focus on four storylines, all inspired by a Frith photo. John will look to unfold the significance of each image, bringing them to life by meeting present day people who have a connection to these stories from the past. Each show will have a fascinating mix of different stories, taking us on a journey across Britain. Britain’s First Photo Album, is a Reef Television production for BBC Two Daytime. The series was commissioned by Liam Keelan and BBC Executive Producer is Gillian Scothern. For Reef the Series Producer is Stephen Taylor Woodrow and Executive Producer is Richard Farmbrough.

August 2011 - Staff editor Dominik James is a Broadcast Hotshot 2011

Congratulations to Dominik James who was nominated by Reef Television as a Broadcast Hotshot for Emerging Talent Under 30 in the TV Industry.

Dominik featured as a 2011 Hotshot in the Craft & Post Production section of Broadcast Magazine on the 26th August 2011.

24th June 2011 - Britain’s Hidden Heritage

BBC One Sunday, 14th, 21st & 28th August at 7.00pm

BBC One reveals the surprising and unexpected heritage stories that have shaped the lives of the whole nation. From the grandest of stately homes, to the landmarks of our crumbling industrial history; from the forgotten gems of our literary past, to Cold War icons, Britain’s Hidden Heritage digs deep to reveal some incredible secrets.

Presented by Paul Martin, each episode is hosted from one primary location brimming with treasures, many of which have been concealed from the public until now. Paul is accompanied by regular reporters Clare Balding and Charlie Luxton as well as other special guest presenters.

Series Producer: Stephen Taylor Woodrow / Executive Producer: Richard Farmbrough.

February 2011 - Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is Series 5

Reef's popular antiques format has been recommissioned for a fifth series by Liam Keelan to continue its astonishing ratings success on BBC Two at 5.15. Series 4 reached record viewing numbers, regularly hitting the 2.5 million mark as the most-watched show on BBC Two.

Regular favourites Eric Knowles, Jonty Hearnden and Paul Hayes will feature along with nine other BBC antiques experts and the series is expected to TX in October 2011.

The new series will be produced Emma Roberts-Price. The Executive Producer for Reef will be Alex Dundas and the BBC Commissioning Editor will be Lindsay Bradbury.