At Zebra Digital we happily admit that we love television – watching it and making it. We have produced hundreds of hours of broadcast programmes, and cover a broad range from short promos to full-length TV documentaries and entertainment series.
iWonder Fraud – BBC
Psychologist and TV presenter Dr Linda Papadopoulos explores why so many successful people feel like imposters and fear they will be ‘found out’. She shares her advice on using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to tackle these feelings of being a fraud.
Central Steam – Discovery
A year in the life of the Great Central Railway, where heritage steam trains run each weekend. Engine restoration, steam fairs and even a wedding are all on the agenda as the volunteers share their love of the magnificent old engines.
My Cypriot Kitchen – Discovery
Presenter Tonia Buxton travels back to Cyprus to spend the long summer days with her family and friends. She visits her favourite locations and explores the role of food in national events and culture.
The Water Boatman – Discovery
Narrowboat enthusiast and craftsman Alan Herd takes a journey around the Stourport Ring circuit of canals in central England. He meets some fascinating characters who live and work on the water, and discovers the history, culture and wildlife of the canals.
First Dance – UKTV
In each episode one loved-up couple secretly learn an impressive dance routine to stun their guests on their wedding day. Can a choreographer get them to performance standard while they’re battling pre-wedding nerves?
Celebrities Exposed – ITV
In each episode, showbiz experts tell the stories behind the tabloid headlines. With topics ranging from pop to football, religion to romance, this irreverent series gives a witty take on life and love on Planet Celebrity.
Our other TV programmes
iWonder Diaries (BBC) - This guide explores the role of journal-writing as historical reportage, self-expression and legacy. Columnist Bryony Gordon shares her tips on writing from the heart, and meets editor Simon Garfield to explore the enduring appeal of writing a diary.
Witness With Rageh Omaar (Al-Jazeera) – Rageh Omaar introduces “Gangsters Made Good", a film about volunteers who are addressing gang culture in Birmingham where postcode rivalry can lead to violence.
My Greek Kitchen (Discovery) – Passionate foodie Tonia Buxton takes a tour of her homeland to share the sights, sounds and tastes of Greece. She shares the secrets of Greek cuisine and lends a hand in making a host of popular delicacies. RTS nominee: Best Popular Factual series.
New Home DIY (Discovery) – Property and building expert Dave Wellman helps new home owners solve their DIY disasters
Rubble Trouble (Discovery) – DJ Dominik Diamond takes on the renovation of his period house in Scotland. Will a kitchen crisis, pregnancy, a broken foot or inexperience in plastering hold him back? Never!
Challenge Tommy Walsh (Discovery) – Tommy is joined by craftsman Alan Herd to help homeowners realise their building dreams – from a windmill to a house on stilts, to a Gaudi-inspired garden.
Posh & Becks: For Better, for worse (ITV2) – The celebrity love story that’s lasted through triumphs and trials: how the Beckhams became an iconic super couple.
Domestic Magic (five) – Interiors guru Alison Cork visits homeowners to help them create fabulous homes and gardens, crafts, projects and recipes.
Nearly Famous – (ITV) – Series follows the TV dancers, models and extras who dream of a career in the spotlight, filmed at locations including Coronation Street and Emmerdale.
Prize Brides (Discovery) – Fifteen romantic love stories culminate in amazing weddings. Tissues at the ready!
Extras (ITV) – Narrated by Toyah Willcox, we meet the extras who are the unsung heroes and heroines of our favourite film and TV dramas.
The Reclaimers (Discovery) – Tommy Walsh and maverick inventor Will Mockett transform materials on a reclamation yard into innovative creations.
Sent to Coventry (ITV) – Series following a year in the life of a busy Cathedral after the arrival of a new Dean.
Trading Places (Discovery) – Presenter Tommy Walsh travels the UK to discover the history of ancient building trades, from thatching to dry stone walling, and flint-knapping to wattle-and-daub plastering.
Drumbeat (ITV) – Filmed 'as live' in a Birmingham bar, this series brings together chat, debate and music from artists including Craig David. Winner of Best Entertainment Series at the RIMA Awards.