Manchester-based indie, Urban Canyons, has moved into post production on its latest history documentary.
Samurai Head-Hunters will form part of the channel’s Untold History strand of ancient warrior drama documentaries and has been co-financed by the Smithsonian Channel, ZDF / Arte, UKTV and ZDF Enterprises, with additional funding from the European media fund.
While the Super League remains bereft of title sponsor, elsewhere, the RFL has had a busy few weeks of signings and today it's confirmed that the Championships and Championship One competitions have signed a 2 year deal with Kingstone Press Cider.
Liverpool’s Ph.Creative has secured £1/2m funding from the North West Fund to double its workforce.
Currently employing 24 staff, it plans to employ 40 by the end of the year to become one of the country’s leading digital agencies.
Home improvements and families are at the heart of a new national advertising campaign created by Delineo for the Co-operative Bank.
The in-branch promotion is live in more than 900 Britannia and Co-operative outlets throughout the country.
The controller of BBC Three has announced that In The Flesh will be part of the channels’ spring schedule. The zombie drama was filmed on location in the North West of England and has been written by Dominic Mitchell.