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11 of Britain’s sharpest brains and obsessive geeks are going head-to-head on King of the Nerds. Hosted by Konnie Huq, each episode the weak are sorted from the geek as the contestants face the physically challenging Nerd War before two battle it out in the ultimate geek quiz, the Nerd Off with the losing Nerd sent home. Over eight weeks they’ll be tested to their limits until just one sits atop the Throne of Games, crowned King of the Nerds.

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Objective to take a look back at what TV used to get away with in It Was Alright In The…

Television is on trial once again as last year’s successful Saturday night look back at the TV that taste forgot, It Was Alright In The… , returns to Channel 4 with a brand new 6×60’ series from Objective Productions. The series will take a witty, tongue in cheek look back at twentieth century television from [...]

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Objective Appoints New Chief Executive Officer

All3Media’s Objective Productions has appointed Layla Smith as new Chief Executive Officer as Andrew Newman moves on from the role after 6 years it has been announced today. Smith joins Objective having been MD at John Stanley Productions since 2013, prior to which she spent 15 years at ITV serving seven years as Controller of [...]

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Objective Networking Breakfast for TV Collective a Success

Objective Productions hosted a Diversity Networking Breakfast at the end of April with TV Collective. The event was a huge success, bringing a range of talented people to Objective Offices in County Hall to meet department heads, discussing new projects in the pipeline as well as opportunities to work on some of our award-winning shows. [...]

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Objective Scotland Win Best Factual Entertainment RTS Award

Objective Scotland last night received the RTS Scotland Best Factual Entertainment and Features award  for their Channel 4 two-part series It Was Alright in the 70s. The judges said it was: “A counterintuitive, fresh take on archive list shows, breathing in new depth and meaning by reminding us all how deeply sexist the decade was. [...]

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Berry’s the Toast of BAFTA

Matt Berry was triumphant at last night’s BAFTAs winning Best Male Comedy Performance for the ever hilarious and bonkers Toast of London. The third series of the Rose D’Or winning comedy Toast Of London, written by Berry and Arthur Mathews, starts filming in June and will TX on Channel 4 later in 2015.

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The finals countdown…

Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong’s (Peep Show, Four Lions) award-winning university comedy-drama Fresh Meat is back on Channel 4 for a final term this year, with the prospect of the real world looming large for the student housemates. In the fourth and final series, the end of University life is drawing closer and when JP’s [...]

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Objective Gets Magical with Two BBC Series

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Objective Scotland’s magic show, Now You See It, which is currently airing on BBC One at 6.30pm, has been re-commissioned for another series. The fast-paced show, featuring the best and worst of magic from around the world, which has enthralled over 5 million viewers, will return in 2016. The series will be produced by Objective Scotland [...]

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