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Maverick is at the forefront of making exciting television for global markets with production offices in the UK and the USA. Whatever the genre we ensure our shows are of the highest quality.

Watch Online
2014
8 x 60 Mins
CHANNEL 4

EMBARRASSING BODIES: LIVE FROM THE CLINIC SERIES 4

Series four of our fully interactive health show will once again be giving viewers the opportunity to get their medical problems examined by the Embarrassing Bodies doctors without leaving the comfort of their own couch. Expect eye-opening illnesses, moving stories and cutting-edge interactivity that places the viewers’ health in their own hands.

Series four of our fully interactive health show will once again be giving viewers the opportunity to get their medical problems examined by the Embarrassing Bodies doctors without leaving the comfort of their own couch. Expect eye-opening illnesses, moving stories and cutting-edge interactivity that places the viewers’ health in their own hands.

2014
8 x 60 Mins
CHANNEL 4
Watch Online
2014
8 x 60 Mins
DISCOVERY TLC

YOUR STYLE IN HIS HANDS SERIES 2

Lisa Snowdon is back in the new eight part series of Your Style In His Hands, helping hapless husbands re-style their partner’s wardrobe. With £5000 and a best friend as a wingman in tow, what could possibly go wrong? Guided through the fashion minefield by presenter and model Lisa, will they succeed and give their partners the wardrobe of their dreams – or their nightmares?

Lisa Snowdon is back in the new eight part series of Your Style In His Hands, helping hapless husbands re-style their partner’s wardrobe. With £5000 and a best friend as a wingman in tow, what could possibly go wrong? Guided through the fashion minefield by presenter and model Lisa, will they succeed and give their partners the wardrobe of their dreams – or their nightmares?

2014
8 x 60 Mins
DISCOVERY TLC
Watch Online
2014
7 x 60 Mins
CHANNEL 4

EMBARRASSING BODIES SERIES 7

The Embarrassing Bodies doctors are back and taking on their most challenging cases yet as they attempt the rebuild people’s bodies and lives with their trademark no nonsense approach. Over the series, they’ll help people walk, hear and speak for the first time, rediscover their confidence and revive their sex lives. The series goes further than ever by helping some patients with multiple medical problems, using the very latest in surgical technology.

Across the series the doctors be be dissecting the antics of four British lads during a typical week in Magaluf. With a 132% increase in hospital admissions, our doctors will put the guys under 24 hour surveillance, using CCTV to monitor every drunken move and get an insight into how such an increase has occurred. They will scientifically analyse how a hard week’s boozing and risky behaviour affects our bodies and long-term health.

While the boys mash up Magaluf, each week the doctors will be putting their bodies to the test to investigate how the medical profession will be rebuilding bodies well into the future using the latest cutting edge technology.

The Embarrassing Bodies doctors are back and taking on their most challenging cases yet as they attempt the rebuild people’s bodies and lives with their trademark no nonsense approach. Over the series, they’ll help people walk, hear and speak for the first time, rediscover their confidence and revive their sex lives. The series goes further than ever by helping some patients with multiple medical problems, using the very latest in surgical technology.

Across the series the doctors be be dissecting the antics of four British lads during a typical week in Magaluf. With a 132% increase in hospital admissions, our doctors will put the guys under 24 hour surveillance, using CCTV to monitor every drunken move and get an insight into how such an increase has occurred. They will scientifically analyse how a hard week’s boozing and risky behaviour affects our bodies and long-term health.

While the boys mash up Magaluf, each week the doctors will be putting their bodies to the test to investigate how the medical profession will be rebuilding bodies well into the future using the latest cutting edge technology.

2014
7 x 60 Mins
CHANNEL 4
Watch Online
2014
Short Films
CHANNEL 4

STAND UP TO CANCER 2014

Brought to the UK as a joint campaign from Channel 4 and Cancer Research UK, Stand Up To Cancer hopes to raise millions of pounds to help accelerate new cancer treatments to UK patients and save more lives.

Maverick has made a series of short films to play across the Channel 4 schedule.
Maverick has also produced a game in partnership with Cancer Research UK where players can help scientists to carry out real research and help in the fight against cancer.

Brought to the UK as a joint campaign from Channel 4 and Cancer Research UK, Stand Up To Cancer hopes to raise millions of pounds to help accelerate new cancer treatments to UK patients and save more lives.

Maverick has made a series of short films to play across the Channel 4 schedule.
Maverick has also produced a game in partnership with Cancer Research UK where players can help scientists to carry out real research and help in the fight against cancer.

2014
Short Films
CHANNEL 4
2014
15 x 30 Mins
SKY ARTS

THE GREAT CULTURE QUIZ

The UK’s leading arts institutions go head-to-head for the ultimate test of their arts and cultural knowledge in our brand new quiz show for Sky Arts.

From cave paintings to Lady Gaga, The Great Culture Quiz pushes the experts, and viewers at home, to the very limit of their arts knowledge.

We’ll see who can really claim to being the most knowledgeable (and who turns out to be the most competitive) from the great and good of the British arts world, from the British Museum, the Royal Court Theatre and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra to Handel House Museum, the Bach Choir and the National Ballet of Ireland, among others. The quiz is hosted by Anita Rani, and those taking part will be showing off their knowledge of their own institution in a specialist round and battling it out in a quick-fire A-Z finale.

And the prize? Apart from the warm glow of triumph, each team brings along a prize related to their organisation and the losing team will have to hand over their prize to the winning team once the final scores have been totted up.

The UK’s leading arts institutions go head-to-head for the ultimate test of their arts and cultural knowledge in our brand new quiz show for Sky Arts.

From cave paintings to Lady Gaga, The Great Culture Quiz pushes the experts, and viewers at home, to the very limit of their arts knowledge.

We’ll see who can really claim to being the most knowledgeable (and who turns out to be the most competitive) from the great and good of the British arts world, from the British Museum, the Royal Court Theatre and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra to Handel House Museum, the Bach Choir and the National Ballet of Ireland, among others. The quiz is hosted by Anita Rani, and those taking part will be showing off their knowledge of their own institution in a specialist round and battling it out in a quick-fire A-Z finale.

And the prize? Apart from the warm glow of triumph, each team brings along a prize related to their organisation and the losing team will have to hand over their prize to the winning team once the final scores have been totted up.

2014
15 x 30 Mins
SKY ARTS
2013
1 x 60 Mins
ITV1

KIDS WITH TOURETTE’S: IN THEIR OWN WORDS

This documentary charts six months in the lives of three boys and their families as they share the daily obstacles they face and seek treatment from a pioneering programme at Great Ormond Street.
In his first session with clinical psychologist Tara Murphy, nine-year-old Callum manages to stop his vocal tic for four minutes and Connor, 12, who regularly swears in public, is keen to practice his tic suppression at home. Meanwhile, 10-year-old Marco battles with a condition that causes him to grimace and breathe in loudly.

This documentary charts six months in the lives of three boys and their families as they share the daily obstacles they face and seek treatment from a pioneering programme at Great Ormond Street.
In his first session with clinical psychologist Tara Murphy, nine-year-old Callum manages to stop his vocal tic for four minutes and Connor, 12, who regularly swears in public, is keen to practice his tic suppression at home. Meanwhile, 10-year-old Marco battles with a condition that causes him to grimace and breathe in loudly.

2013
1 x 60 Mins
ITV1
2013
6 x 60 Mins
CHANNEL 5

NURSES

Channel 5 has ordered a fly-¬on-¬the-wall documentary series from Maverick Television that will follow nurses from one of the busiest NHS healthcare organisations in the country: the Cardiff & Vale University Health Board. The 16,000 staff includes 6,500 frontline nurses who work in departments from A&E through to breast care and even on weekend nights, out on the Welsh capital’s often chaotic streets.

Channel 5 has ordered a fly-¬on-¬the-wall documentary series from Maverick Television that will follow nurses from one of the busiest NHS healthcare organisations in the country: the Cardiff & Vale University Health Board. The 16,000 staff includes 6,500 frontline nurses who work in departments from A&E through to breast care and even on weekend nights, out on the Welsh capital’s often chaotic streets.

2013
6 x 60 Mins
CHANNEL 5
2013
8 x 60 Mins
Discovery TLC

LAST CHANCE SALON SERIES 2

Cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Sam Bunting, cosmetic surgeon Mr Vik Vijh and professional hairdresser Skyler McDonald are here to help at the Last Chance Salon. From a blundered tattoo removal to balding scalps and sagging skin after dramatic weight loss, this all-new lifestyle series features the stories of everyday people who have agonised over the embarrassment and pain of their unfortunate cosmetic decisions.

Those that visit the Last Chance Salon include 50-year-old housewife Debbie, who has been left horribly disfigured by a breast augmentation that went nightmarishly wrong and 22-year-old Hannah whose radical slimming surgery left her with sagging folds of excess skin all over her body. Now, with nowhere else to turn, these individuals find themselves in the hands of the experts at the Last Chance Salon, desperate for a cosmetic miracle and hoping for a better future.

Cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Sam Bunting, cosmetic surgeon Mr Vik Vijh and professional hairdresser Skyler McDonald are here to help at the Last Chance Salon. From a blundered tattoo removal to balding scalps and sagging skin after dramatic weight loss, this all-new lifestyle series features the stories of everyday people who have agonised over the embarrassment and pain of their unfortunate cosmetic decisions.

Those that visit the Last Chance Salon include 50-year-old housewife Debbie, who has been left horribly disfigured by a breast augmentation that went nightmarishly wrong and 22-year-old Hannah whose radical slimming surgery left her with sagging folds of excess skin all over her body. Now, with nowhere else to turn, these individuals find themselves in the hands of the experts at the Last Chance Salon, desperate for a cosmetic miracle and hoping for a better future.

2013
8 x 60 Mins
Discovery TLC
2013
2 x 90 Mins
BBC ONE

LONG LIVE BRITAIN

Long Live Britain sets out to tackle one of the nation’s most pressing health issues. Britain’s ‘secret killers’ – type-two diabetes, liver and heart disease – could affect more than 10 million people in the UK unless we stop them in their tracks…

This two-part series for BBC One sets out to change the nation’s health with a one-off, record-breaking televised event that challenges the way we tackle three of Britain’s biggest preventable diseases. Involving Britain’s biggest-ever health screening, the show tested thousands of possible undiagnosed sufferers for the three secret killers that collectively kill 200,000 each year and affect an estimated 11 million people each year – Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and liver disease.

Filmed during the Rugby Football League’s Magic Weekend in Manchester, a team of presenters, experts and 50 NHS volunteers screened over 1,000 rugby fans and locals – the most people that have ever been screened in one place. With help from three leading charities (Diabetes UK, HEART UK and the British Liver Trust) and the local NHS, anyone identified as being high-risk from one of Britain’s secret killers was given advice to help reduce their risk of developing a potentially life-limiting condition. Presented by Julia Bradbury, Phil Tufnell and Dr Phil Hammond.

Long Live Britain sets out to tackle one of the nation’s most pressing health issues. Britain’s ‘secret killers’ – type-two diabetes, liver and heart disease – could affect more than 10 million people in the UK unless we stop them in their tracks…

This two-part series for BBC One sets out to change the nation’s health with a one-off, record-breaking televised event that challenges the way we tackle three of Britain’s biggest preventable diseases. Involving Britain’s biggest-ever health screening, the show tested thousands of possible undiagnosed sufferers for the three secret killers that collectively kill 200,000 each year and affect an estimated 11 million people each year – Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and liver disease.

Filmed during the Rugby Football League’s Magic Weekend in Manchester, a team of presenters, experts and 50 NHS volunteers screened over 1,000 rugby fans and locals – the most people that have ever been screened in one place. With help from three leading charities (Diabetes UK, HEART UK and the British Liver Trust) and the local NHS, anyone identified as being high-risk from one of Britain’s secret killers was given advice to help reduce their risk of developing a potentially life-limiting condition. Presented by Julia Bradbury, Phil Tufnell and Dr Phil Hammond.

2013
2 x 90 Mins
BBC ONE
2013
8 x 45 Mins
CHANNEL 4

WAS IT SOMETHING I SAID?

Hosted by David Mitchell, the panel show sees teams captained by Micky Flanagan and Richard Ayoade pitted against each other in a battle of words, answering questions based on quotes, tweets and autobiographies.

Throughout the programme, Twitter users are encouraged to play along with @somethingIsaid and have the chance to unlock bonus content, from behind-the-scenes clips to deleted scenes. Micky and Richard are joined by comedians including Jimmy Carr, Charlie Higson, Rhod Gilbert and Josie Long, whilst former Homeland star David Harewood appears as guest narrator, alongside others including Brian Blessed, Charles Dance and Mariella Frostrup.

Hosted by David Mitchell, the panel show sees teams captained by Micky Flanagan and Richard Ayoade pitted against each other in a battle of words, answering questions based on quotes, tweets and autobiographies.

Throughout the programme, Twitter users are encouraged to play along with @somethingIsaid and have the chance to unlock bonus content, from behind-the-scenes clips to deleted scenes. Micky and Richard are joined by comedians including Jimmy Carr, Charlie Higson, Rhod Gilbert and Josie Long, whilst former Homeland star David Harewood appears as guest narrator, alongside others including Brian Blessed, Charles Dance and Mariella Frostrup.

2013
8 x 45 Mins
CHANNEL 4
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