DCD Rights kicks off the new year with a brand new catalogue

14 January 2019

The DCD Rights team are kicking off the New Year with a brand new catalogue which comprises of programming across drama, entertainment, factual and music.

Our recent dramas begin on the sands of the driest desert in the world, as we follow police captain César Rojas in his investigation into the disappearance of twelve young girls from the commune of Alto Hospicio in Inspector Rojas: In Cold Blood.

Our strong slate of factual documentaries follow, delving into the world of media history where the creation of Handmade Films, a company that dominated the British movie scene, was funded by The Beatle’s George Harrison and was very much An Accidental Studio.

Our planet’s most extreme weather continues with a brand new forecast of snowstorms, coastal erosion and a too close for comfort lightening strike in World’s Wildest Weather: Caught On Camera. Climate change means Britain’s shoreline secrets will soon be lost forever with Dr Tori Herridge and her team of Shoreline Detectives, who return for a third series in a bid to gather and record everything they can before the tide comes in.

From beneath the water of British coastlines to the buried secrets below the surface of Australia’s suburbs, Greg Pickhaver travels to Australia’s most iconic metropolises to uncover some of the untold Secrets Of Our Cities. Z Special: Australia’s Secret Heroes reveals a dramatic forgotten episode of Australia’s Second World War involvement and Vietnam: The War That Made Australia unveils the Australian Army Training Team who fought shoulder-to-shoulder with the South Vietnamese Army.

Returning for a fourth season is everyone’s favourite Aussie Gold Hunters, who are battling harder than ever to outwit the ongoing competition and to bag themselves their biggest payday yet. We catch up with the dedicated team at Dog Tales Rescue who have their hands full tending to new residents at the luxury animal sanctuary, and five new celebrity couples check-in to Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars to see if their relationships can be saved.

In an expedition of discovery across the world, we learn of the food heritage from three different continents. Renowned chef Ainsley Harriott, goes back to his roots to uncover the best kept secrets of Caribbean cooking in Ainsley’s Caribbean Kitchen and car-crazy cook James Martin climbs into his trusty Mini Cooper to seek out great British food in James Martin’s Great British Adventure. New to TV cook, Parveen Ashraf, reveals the secrets of authentic Indian cooking and showcases her own collection of easy Indian inspired dishes in Parveen’s Indian Kitchen.

New additions to our music catalogue include electrifying live performances from multi-platinum band Good Charlotte: Live At The House Of Blues, featuring their biggest hits from ‘I Don’t Wanna Be In Love’ to ‘Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous’, and legendary rockers Korn: The Path Of Totality – Live At The Hollywood Palladium, who celebrate the release of their tenth studio album ‘The Path Of Totality’. Christopher Cross also celebrates the 40th anniversary of his debut album, which sold over 9 million copies, as well as delving into the ups and downs of his fame in The Christopher Cross Story: The Canvas Can Do Miracles.

From the producers of hard-hitting crime series, Taggart, we are thrilled to welcome some additional classic British drama’s including three best-selling novel adaptations Seesaw, Missing and The Poison Tree as well as psychological thriller, Sirens.

Our team is excited for the year ahead and anticipate a very productive 2019, as we help you to fulfil your 2019 schedules.

Nicky Davies Williams, CEO