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Content Canada 2019

BBC, Back2Back capture heroic moments

Quest has ordered a third run of Back2Back’s Scrap Kings

UK pubcaster BBC1 has ordered a series depicting heroic real-life moments caught on camera from Brighton-based indie Back2Back Productions and Belfast’s Afro-Mic Productions.

Saved on Camera is a 15×30′ coproduction greenlit for BBC1’s daytime schedule. It will show real-life moments of heroic, life-saving acts and also include interviews with the people involved and their backstories.

Emma-Rosa Dias

Each episode concludes with the hero reuniting with the person whose life they saved.

Distributed by Cineflix Rights, Saved on Camera will also be available in an 8×60′ version for international audiences. It will be exec produced by David Notmann-Watt for Back2Back and Emma-Rosa Dias for Afro-Mic.

Meanwhile, Discovery-owned UK channel Quest has commissioned a third season of Scrap Kings from Back2Back. The new 20×60′ series, due to air in the middle of next year, follows demolition experts as they knock down giant tower blocks and blow up bridges.

Distributed by Flame Distribution, Scrap Kings is exec produced by Notman-Watt and series produced by Nigel Gainsborough.

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