Blakeway North shortlisted in "Best Small Indie" category for Edinburgh TV Awards.
The critically acclaimed CBBC documentary series My Life is back, and today’s film by Blakeway North, My Life: Bionic Me, follows two incredible children with unique stories to tell. Eleven-year-old Anton lost his arm in a car accident three years ago and seven-year-old Olivia was two-and-a-half when she got meningitis and lost her left arm and both of her legs just below the knee.
A warm observational documentary series exclusively accessing Hospital Clinica Benidorm. With a busy staff of 280, the six hour-long programmes follow the doctors, nurses, ambulance teams and of course the many British holidaymakers and ex-pats whose unpredictable medical dramas keep the hospital busy.
For the second year running Blakeway North triumphed at the RTS North West 's annual awards held on Saturday 19th November 2011. Winning Best Children's programme with My Life: Staying Awake for CBBC.
In 2009 one of Britain’s biggest child abuse investigations began. With unprecedented access to the case files, this film explores how Britain’ most notorious paedophile ring was created, how mothers became abusers, and how detectives smashed it wide open.
Blakeway North wins Best Current Affairs programme award 2010 for BBC2 series Future of Food. Executive Producer Sarah Murch, Series Producer Gareth Williams, Production Manager Alison Lewis.