Twenty children, aged 9-13 years, from across the UK have signed up to take part in the series. They will be competing against each other in invented games and challenges centred around spelling conundrums before one of them is crowned champion in a final showdown.
Inside The Freemasons aims to discover the truth behind the secret brotherhood with exclusive footage of ceremonies and rituals carried out by its members.
Produced by Emporium Productions, the show goes behind the scenes at the United Grand Lodge of England in a never before seen look at the headquarters of Freemasonry.
With some stellar names attached to write, act and direct the shows, Sky is building on the game-changing successes of the BAFTA-nominated The Last Panthers and the Enfield Haunting, and fan favourite Stan Lee’s Lucky Man
Entitled Harry Hill's Tea-Time, the eight-part series will feature a new celebrity guest every week, and include 'bonkers' games and musical interludes, as well as some actual cooking.
The production will be a satirical take on the current cooking show trend, heavily influenced by Hill's irreverent commentary on television programming as showcased in the popular Harry Hill's TV Burp.
Co-writer of Sky 1's You, Me and the Apocalypse Mickey Down explains how to write for drama.
Last year he was on a panel discussion at the RTS Futures Christmas Party which focused on diversity in the television industry.
Here he reveals that avoiding cliché is key when writing for the genre.
Here she explains that it is about communicating the experience to the viewer and working backwards from that thought process when coming up with an idea for a game show.
A new series based on iconic DC Comics characters is coming to Sky 1 in the new year.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow follows the success of Sky’s recent acquisition Supergirl, which launched with a consolidated audience of 1.64 million- the channel’s biggest launch audience in two years.
Bill Hobbins is the commissioning editor at Sky Factual. His commissions include Sky 1’s Freddie Flintoff fries again and Wild Things, which won Best Entertainment Programme in the Broadcast Digital Awards 2015.
Here he explains how to grab his attention when pitching an idea.
W1A’s Ophelia Lovibond will star alongside Michael Landes, best known for appearing alongside Tamsin Grieg in Love Soup, in new Sky 1 drama Hooten & The Lady.
Landes will play Hooten, an adventurer, who teams up with Lady Alexandra Lindo-Parker (Lovibond) from the British Museum to go in search of lost treasures, from the tomb of Alexander the Great to the Buddha’s missing scroll.
“This is an incredibly ambitious show which I hope will be appointment to view television for a discerning drama audience on Sky 1,” said showrunner Tony Jordan.