DCD Rights return to Mipcom with it’s largest latest releases to date!
15 October 2018
The DCD Rights team are thrilled to return to MIPCOM with our largest latest releases to date, showcasing our diverse range of Drama, Entertainment, Factual and Music programming.
Our recent dramas begin with a glimpse into the sporting world in On The Ropes, as we are submerged into the life of female boxing trainer Amirah Al Amir who is determined to prove herself. Also refusing to give up is charismatic investigator Alexa Crowe, who along with Captain Thunderbolt, her cat, looks into unsolved crimes in My Life Is Murder. We are delighted to welcome some classic British drama series with the hard-hitting crime drama Taggart taking on complex cases. Dr Finlay arrives in 1940’s Scotland, as he comes to terms with post-war problems in a period of hope and expectation. From everyday life to mysterious pasts, Rebus tackles crimes that link to his problematic personal life,
Citizen Lane looks in on the fascinating figure of Irish art collector, Hugh Lane, whilst a second season of Real Detective: North Of The Border features detectives reliving the one investigation that haunts them to this day.
Bridezillas: Scared Fit follows tougher-than-nails personal trainer Donna Sexton as she invades the lives of former brides to help them lose weight in a Bridezillas boot camp, whilst four famous families take on a boot camp of their own in a last-ditch effort to salvage their relationships in Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars – Family Edition.
Cast in shadow for much of the public, Abnormal Load brings to light the industry dedicated to the transportation of titanic machinery. The ToyMakerz are back for a second season, building their unique vehicles before testing them out on the street whereas the savvy contractors in Scrap Kings: Demolition Day are deconstructing factories, bridges, boats and cars in a bid to recycle these materials. Rob Bell explores how green buildings are truly assisting the environment in The Green House Effect and Zoe Laughlin explains the science behind some new materials that will change our lives in The Secret Story Of Stuff: Materials Of The Modern Age.
The Secret Life Of Landfill explores how what we throw away tells us about the way we live our lives and To The Ends Of The Earth investigates the ways in which humans have impacted the environment and what the solution s are. We join Ben Fogle and his team of wildlife experts to examine the issues and answers facing species survival in Survival Of The Species With Ben Fogle and in Eat, Grow, Love, Frances Tophill visits the community gardens in South Africa, designed to provide food security and skills development for the populations’ poor.
We embark on a number of new culinary adventures as we return with Ainsley Harriott back to his Jamaican roots in Ainsley’s Carribbean Kitchen, accompany the Stein brothers on their journey around the Cape in Wine, Dine & Stein and tag along as Brent Owens Unwraps Mauritius, taking in its stunning beaches and diverse culture.
Bettany Hughes sets sails on an epic journey through history of Ancient Egypt in The Nile: 5,000 Years Of History, as Rob Bell reveals the secrets of the World’s Greatest Ships. We race forward to the present where Neil Oliver explores the ‘China of now’ to look at what is next for the country’s education and politics system in Scots In China and Sir Tony Robinson dispatches flying cameras to uncover Hidden Britain By Drone.
Professor Jim Al-Khalili explores The Joy Of AI, revealing how artificial intelligence is challenging the human race and Dr Hannah Fry explores the language of maths in Magic Numbers: Hannah Fry’s Mysterious World Of Maths. In a world of medical advancement, we follow the stories of patients undergoing cancer treatment in The Battle With The Big C and visit the life of a young women with Body Dysmorphic Disorder in Ugly Me: My Life With Body Dysmorphia.
We hope you enjoy our well stocked latest additions. Our sales team are on hand to fill up your 2018/19 schedules.