When we launched The Garden in 2010 we said our purpose was: 

"to make cutting edge, ambitious, distinctive factual programmes for major broadcasters in the UK and internationally; and to be the most ideal production company we can be, where programme-makers can do their very best work and that always delivers exceptional television.”

 

Since then we’ve produced more than 300 hours of some of Britain’s most memorable factual television, topped industry peer polls and won numerous BAFTA, RTS and Broadcast Awards.  

Our purpose remains exactly the same.


Latest News

18th July 2018 Daily Mail
How a Windrush immigrant's marriage to a white girl from Surrey lasted 60 years, despite beginning in a Britain where childminders refused to look after their children.
In the latest episode of 24 Hours in A&E we meet Andrew and Doreen Augustus who were married for 60 years despite initial prejudice

13th July 2018
Melissa Hameed announced as Head of Production for The Garden Productions.
The Garden is delighted to announce that Melissa Hameed will be stepping up to take over the role of Head of Production at The Garden with immediate effect. 

Melissa has a wealth of experience behind her across a range of productions including Spies for C4, Valley Cops for BBC3 and 24 Hours in A&E.  She sits on the Management Board and will work closely with the MD, Nicola Hill, to support all The Garden’s output.

5th July 2018 Daily Mail
The telltale tics that gave away a greedy, murderous husband: A review of Who Killed Sharon Birchwood: Police Tapes.
"This was a sharply edited programme.  The case was more than ten years old, but it was presented as urgent and up-to-date."

4th July 2018 Daily Mail
24 Hours in A&E woman reveals her horror at watching a friend, 72, get trampled by a herd of 15 COWS while out walking - but her quick-thinking actions saved her life.
The latest episode of 24 Hours in A&E saw Judy, 72, arrive at St. George's Hospital by air ambulance.

 

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