Twenty Twenty

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Twenty Twenty
Subsidiary
IndustryTV Production
FoundedLondon, 1982
HeadquartersLondon (UK)
Key people
Tim Carter (CEO)[1]
ProductsThe Choir
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
The Hoarder Next Door
That'll Teach 'Em
Brat Camp
Evacuation
Grandad's Back in Business
Never Did Me Any Harm
Bad Lads Army
Wakey Wakey Campers
How To Divorce Without Screwing Up Your Children
I Know What You Ate Last Summer
How to Beat Your Kid's Asthma
ParentWarner Bros. Television Productions UK (WarnerMedia)
Websitetwentytwenty.tv

Twenty Twenty is a British independent television production company that joined the Shed Media Group (now Warner Bros. Television Productions UK) in September 2007.[2] The company produces documentaries, current affairs, drama, living history, and children's television.

Programming[edit]

Current productions[edit]

Previous productions[edit]

2018
2012
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003

Current affairs[edit]

  • What's the Story? with Vanessa Collingridge (2005, Five)
  • First on Five (2005, Five)
  • The Guantanamo Guidebook (2004, Channel 4)
  • The Big Story with Dermot Murnaghan (1993, ITV1)

Twenty Twenty has produced the following programmes for Dispatches, Channel 4's long-running documentary series:

  • Supermarket Secrets
  • MMR – What They Didn't Tell You
  • David Kelly – Death of a Scientist
  • Bosses in the Dock
  • Who Vets the Vets
  • Don't Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Documentaries[edit]

Documentaries produced by Twenty Twenty include:

2007
2005
2004
  • The Child Who is Older Than Her Grandmother (Five)
2003
2002
  • Secrets of the Dead: Blood on the Altar (Channel 4)
2001
2000

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.ricochet.co.uk/people.aspx
  2. ^ Clarke, Steve (19 September 2007). "Shed buys Twenty Twenty". Variety.
  3. ^ Deans, Jason (17 February 2003). "Woolwich loses court case against Twenty Twenty". The Guardian.
  4. ^ "International Emmys dominated by UK television shows". BBC News. 22 November 2011.
  5. ^ Welch, Chris (1 June 2008). "Is your family the right onefor reality TV?". The Huntsville Times.

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