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DSP’S EMILY DALTON APPOINTED AS MD AS BEN BOWIE STEPS DOWN

DSP’s Emily Dalton has been appointed the company’s MD as Ben Bowie steps down to pursue a new ventureEmily will also continue in her role as Creative Director.

Ben Bowie has been with DSP for 12 years. In that time DSP has produced award-winning programming including Hawking ; Richard III: The King in the Car Park; How to Build a Bionic Man; and Earth From Space. Ben was ranked as the 8th most influential producer in the UK in Broadcast Magazine’s Hot 100 in 2013.

The team at DSP that Emily continues to oversee includes Head of Development, Charlotte Surtees, Head of Special Projects, Iain Riddick and Executive Producer, Simon Young, whose collective credits include The Mill; Richard III: The King in the Car Park; How to Build a Bionic Man; The Crash; Dead or Alive; and Nazi Megastructures.

 

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RICHARD III WINS BEST HISTORY PROGRAMME AT RTS AWARDS

DSP is delighted to announce that Richard III: The King in the Car Park won the award for Best History Programme at last night’s RTS Awards! Congratulations to everyone involved in the making of it, and thank you RTS for this prestigious award.

Visit the awards website for the list of all the winners here.

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Richard III: The King in the Car Park – Highly Commended at Broadcast Awards 2014

DSP are very proud to announce that our documentary Richard III: The King in the Car Park came in as Highly Commended in the Best Documentary category at the annual Broadcast awards. It became one of Channel 4’s highest rating documentaries. Thank you to everyone involved in the making of it.

Visit the Broadcast website for all winners and nominees here.

 

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