Blakeway Productions was set up by Denys Blakeway in 1994. Ten years later, the company was bought by Ten Alps PLC. In 2007 it merged with 3BM Television and Ten Alps TV, bringing together strong track records of successful production across the genres of documentaries, docu-dramas, current affairs and factual entertainment formats.
The Blakeway team has produced over 200 hours of prestigious programming for the BBC, Channel 4, More 4, ITV1 and Five in the UK and leading US broadcasters including PBS, National Geographic, HBO, The History Channel and Discovery.
Our recent hits include the Emmy nominated docu-drama ‘9/11: The Twin Towers’, a co-production with Dangerous Films, for BBC1 and Discovery, ‘The Clinton Years’ for Radio 4 and the Bafta winning docu-drama ‘Nuremberg: Goering’s Last Stand’ for Channel 4 and The History Channel. Blakeway is part of Ten Alps PLC.
Blakeway North won Best Independent Production Company at The Prolific North awards in Manchester last night.
John Harle with Ivor Novello award for his score for Lucian Freud: Painted Life (BBC 2).
A revealing three part series following a group of 16 year old boys and girls through a year of training at The Army Foundation College, Harrogate.
Edward Stourton reports from Jordan on the international aid response to the Syrian refugee crisis and how far politics is compromising humanitarian action.
In this two part series for BBC Radio 4 Jonny Dymond explores the past, present and future of Panama and the trade route of which it is the custodian.