Tiger Aspect Productions

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Tiger Aspect Productions (formerly known as Tiger Television) is a British television production company, particularly noted for its situation comedies. Co-founded by producer Peter Bennett-Jones, its productions have included popular hits such as The Vicar of Dibley and Mr. Bean. It has also produced dramas, such as Murphy's Law and Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking, and in October 2006 its drama series Robin Hood began showing on BBC One.

They also produce the animated children's series Charlie and Lola, based on the books written by Lauren Child. In 2005 its first major feature film, The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse, was released. Tiger Aspect have also made a documentary at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre (BRC), Quainton, on the life of Sir John Betjeman for his centenary celebrations.

Tiger Aspect was purchased by IMG Media, an international talent and rights group in 2006, but was sold to Endemol UK in 2009.[1]

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Awards and nominations[edit]

Several Tiger Aspect productions have received BAFTA awards:

  • 2000: Alexander Korda Award to Greg Brenman, Jonathan Finn, Stephen Daldry for Most Outstanding Film of the Year - Billy Elliot
  • 2000: Huw Wheldon Award to Paul Sommers, Jan Younghusband, Howard Goodall for: Howard Goodall's Big Bangs
  • 2001: DoubleTake Pilot
  • 2005: Best Single Drama for Omagh, Greg Brenman, Ed Guiney, Paul Greengrass, Pete Travis & Guy Hibbert
  • 2006: Best Factual Series, for Ross Kemp on Gangs, Clive Tulloh, Ross Kemp & Amelia Hann
  • 2009: Best Single Drama for White Girl

Tiger Aspect programmes[edit]

Current series[edit]

Former programmes[edit]

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