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Love Productions is a UK-based television production company. Its cooking competition series The Great British Bake Off is among the most watched shows in the UK of its era. As of February 2018[update], the company's credits include 54 productions.
The list of programmes produced by Love Productions include:
|Programme||Genre||Original network||First broadcast|
|Battle of Britain: Model Squadron||docudrama||Channel 4||2018|
|Benefits Street||documentary||Channel 4||2014|
|Cirque de Celebrité||game show||Sky One||2006|
|Famous, Rich and Hungry||factual||BBC One||2014|
|Rich, Famous and in the Slums||factual||BBC One||2011|
|Junior Bake Off||baking||CBBC||2011|
|Make Bradford British||documentary||Channel 4||2012|
|The Baby Borrowers||reality television||BBC Three||2007|
|The Biggest Little Railway in the World||factual||Channel 4||2018|
|The Great British Bake Off||baking||BBC Two||2010|
|The Chronicles of Nadiya||documentary||BBC One||2016|
|The Great British Sewing Bee||game show||BBC Two||2013|
|The Great Pottery Throw Down||pottery||BBC Two||2015|
|Tower Block of Commons||documentary||Channel 4||2010|
Love Productions' best earning programme, The Great British Bake Off, had moved network channel from BBC Two to BBC One after three series due to its increasing popularity. Towards the end of series six, Love Productions's profits were decreasing. The company wished to remain on BBC One, however the £75 million asking price for three series was unacceptable to the BBC. Controversy arose as there were concerns the nature of the show would change with the move to Channel 4 and because most of the show's presenters did not make the move for the following series.
- "Bristol's Love Productions, firm behind The Great British Bake-off, strikes multi-million Sky deal". SouthWestBusiness. 22 July 2014. Archived from the original on 10 February 2018. Retrieved 10 February 2014.
- "Great British Bake Off final was the UK's most watched TV show since 2012". 7 November 2016. Retrieved 10 February 2018.
- Love Productions on IMDb
- ""Contact Us"". "Love Productions". Retrieved 12 February 2018.
- Sweney, Mark (16 October 2013). "BBC2 controller laments losing the Great British Bake Off to BBC1". The Guardian. Retrieved 10 February 2018.
- Halls, Andy (9 April 2017). "DOUGH SHRINKS The Great British Bake Off owners Love Productions take £2MILLION hit to profits". The Sun. Retrieved 9 February 2018.
- Steafel, Elanor (4 August 2017). "5 things we learnt from the new Great British Bake Off trailer". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
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