Stephen Graham to star in gripping new ITV drama The Walk-In

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Written by Jeff Pope (A Confession), the timely state-of-the-world five-part series poses the questions: what makes people fear and hate those who are different from themselves, and can someone’s view of the world be fundamentally changed?

Stephen Graham (Boiling Point) stars as activist Matthew Collins, a reformed Neo-Nazi now working as a journalist for the anti-racist organisation, Hope not Hate. Forced to flee the UK and go into hiding when he became a mole within the BNP during the 1990s, Collins returns to Britain to make a new life for himself.

The Masked Singer joins forces with I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!

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The celebrities won’t be facing terrifying bushtucker trials, but they will be dressed in the most bizarre and extravagant outfits - from a witchetty grub to a kangaroo.

The panel and viewers at home will need to try and guess who the famous faces are behind the costumes before they can scream: "I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!" 

The panel will be comprised of Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan, plus special guest star panellists who will help crack the mystery of who is behind the mask.

ITV commissions Life and Limb: The Missing Millionairess and Vanishing Act

The ITV documentary Life and Limb: The Missing Millionairess from Freemantle’s Naked will explore the mystery of the disappearance of Melissa Caddick. 

Caddick was an Australian millionairess who left her home for a morning run in November 2020 but never made it home. 

Three months later a group of surfers on a beach 250 miles south of Sydney made the shocking and gruesome discovery of a washed-up trainer containing human remains.

Inside Bristol’s indie powerhouse Plimsoll Productions

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By his own admission, Plimsoll Productions founder Grant Mansfield is an obsessive jogger. When we speak over Zoom at 9:00am, he has just returned from a run – one of four that he tries to fit in each week. “It has certainly helped keep me sane during the past eight months of this process,” he explains, referring to the recent sale of Plimsoll to ITV. 

Ellie Simmonds explores disability and adoption in ITV documentary


Paralympic gold medallist Ellie Simmonds will investigate why about 40 percent of children in the care system in England and Wales have a registered disability.

This is a marked increase compared to the rest of the population, which is eight percent, and Simmonds wants to learn why this is the case.

To uncover the truth behind these statistics, Simmonds meets families who have adopted disabled children and those who felt unable to raise a disabled child.

ITV commissions Camilla’s Country Life

The documentary will give exclusive access to the Duchess of Cornwall as she guest edits Country Life magazine to mark her 75th birthday.

Directed by Michael Waldman, viewers will get to watch The Duchess of Cornwall as she works to plan and oversee a special edition of Country Life in the magazine's 125th anniversary year. 

Alongside her work with the magazine, she will also be carrying out her regular royal duties. 

ITV commissions medical thriller Malpractice

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Directed by Philip Barantini (Boiling Point) and produced by World Productions (Line of Duty, Save Me), the cat and mouse thriller tells the story of a damaged doctor caught up in a dangerous conspiracy.  

The series stars RTS-Award nominee Niamh Algar (The Virtues) as Dr Lucinda Edwards, a battle-hardened doctor whose career is derailed after a nightmare shift ends in the death of an opioid overdose victim, Edith Owusu.

ITV commissions Gino’s Italy: Like Mamma Used to Make

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Gino D’Acampo is travelling back to his motherland of Italy to meet the mammas of Italy to discover how they make authentic Italian dishes.

D’Acampo travels the length of Italy visiting places like Naples, Florence and Bologna tasting local dishes made by local families and their matriarchs. 

The six-part series will celebrate the women who have helped shape the food of Italy and kept the country fed. 

D’Acampo begins in Napoli the place of his birth, where he was taught to cook by his Nonna Flora and Mamma Alba. 

ITV commissions People Vs Post Office: The Real Story

The film will be an accompaniment to the four-part drama coming to ITV next year and will give exclusive access to campaigner Alan Bates.

Bates has rigorously campaigned for nearly 20 years to uncover and expose the scandal that has been described as the most widespread miscarriage of justice in the British legal history. 

Over 14 years, the Post Office accused hundreds of sub postmasters of theft, over 700 were given criminal convictions and many went to prison, ruining livelihoods and destroying reputations.