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.
16th January 2018
24 HOURS IN A&E TELLS THE STORY OF HOW EMERGENCY MEDICS TREATED THREE WOMEN RANDOMLY STABBED IN A SUPERMARKET CAR PARK IN BROAD DAYLIGHT
Three women stabbed in supermarket car park knife frenzy tell of horror
15th January 2018
24 HOURS IN A&E MARKS THE 100TH EPISODE FILMED AT ST. GEORGE'S
24 hours in A&E marks the 100th episode filmed at St George’s Hospital, London with dramatic footage of emergency medics treating three women who were stabbed in a supermarket car park.
2nd January 2018
24 Hours in A&E returned with 2.1m (9.8%), the highest series launch since 2015
28th November 2017 RTS Awards
BRING ME BACK TO LIFE EDITOR SAM SANTANA WINS BEST EDITING AWARD AT RTS CRAFT & DESIGN AWARDS
Sam Santana wins RTS AWARD for "Editing - Documentary / Factual", beating competition from Planet Earth II and The Trial: A Murder in the Family.
10th November 2017 Broadcast
CRIME SEASON HIGH FOR ITV
The Susanna Reid-fronted investigation into the story behind 16 year-old Becky Watts’ disappearance in 2015, and the subsequent discovery of her murder, pulled in the biggest audience so far of ITV’s Thursday night Crime & Punishment season.
9th November 2017 The Evening Standard
THE MURDER OF BECKY WATTS: THE POLICE TAPES - EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ITV DOCUMENTARY HOSTED BY SUSANNA REID
Becky Watts was a 16-year-old student who went missing from the St. George area of Bristol in February 2015. A few weeks later her dismembered body was found less than two miles away from where she was last seen.