Tinie Tempah to host C4 property show
Tinie Tempah will host a new Channel 4 property show, Outrageous Extensions (w/t), produced by Avalon.
The four-part series will follow some of the most expensive and ambitious extensions around the UK, generally costing between £500k and a million pounds and takins around a year to complete.
Tempah, who has an extensive property portfolio, will share his personal renovation experience and offer practical and design guidance.
He said of the show: “I've always been really into architecture and design and have been lucky to witness and be a part of some amazing projects. I can't wait to see how these ambitious homeowners give their properties a 21st century shake up with the most extraordinary extensions”
Angela Norris, executive producer for Avalon added: “Tinie brings passion for property and design to all the builds, which are breathtaking in their own right. Blood, sweat, tears and big budgets have gone into them, they will inspire and shock in equal measures.”
Outrageously Extensions (w/t) was commissioned by Channel 4’s commissioning editor for features Clemency Green. The executive producers are Gill Wilson and Norris. Tom Cullum is series editor and Dumi Oburota produces.
Image via C4.
Also on The Knowledge
Netflix is significantly increasingly its physical production footprint in the UK with a deal to operate and expand the Longcross Studios complex just outside London with backing from global asset manager Aviva Investors, co-owner of the 380-acre site.
ScreenSkills is supporting a free-to-attend course from Mission Accomplished called The Guiding Principles of Departmental Budgeting, taught by established line producers and other HoDs.
After several stop-starts on a lengthy international shoot, Mission: Impossible 7 is due to wrap principal photography next Thursday, 9 September at Longcross Studios in the UK. Post-production is already underway on parts of the feature.
The BBC and Creative Wales have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to boost Wales’ screen industry.
The Control Room, a new BBC One drama from Hartswood Films and writer Nick Leather, has begun filming in Glasgow and environs with Iain De Caestecker and Joanna Vanderham.
The BBC and Netflix are working together in a five-year partnership to increase the representation of disabled talent both on-screen and off-screen.