Wall to Wall has been supplying innovative, hugely popular, award-winning programming around the world since 1987.
Our output spans drama, factual and entertainment and has been recognised with BAFTA, Emmy, Grierson and RTS awards as well as an Academy Award. Our customers include the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5, and Netflix, National Geographic, PBS, Discovery, HBO and many others.
Scripted productions include the acclaimed BAFTA and Golden Globe-nominated single The Girl starring Sienna Miller and Toby Jones for HBO and BBC and period drama The Scandalous Lady W starring Natalie Dormer for BBC. For more than ten years we also made cop series New Tricks, which was consistently BBC One’s highest rated weekday drama.
Our non-scripted productions over the years include titles such as: Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC), Long Lost Family (ITV), Child Genius (Channel 4), The Victorian Slum (BBC and PBS), The Voice UK (BBC) and Little Big Shots (ITV); US hits Drugs Inc. and Underworld Inc. (both for National Geographic) and First Peoples (PBS) . Our film Man on Wire (about French high-wire artist Philippe Petit’s illegal 1974 tightrope walk between the Twin Towers) won us our first Oscar.
The hallmark of Wall to Wall’s productions is a commitment to quality, innovation and brilliant story-telling - and many of our shows combine elements from different genres, whether in pioneering living history projects like The 1900 House and the current Back in Time franchise or in the many factual dramas we have made over the years.
In July 2017 Wall to Wall set up a regional base in Bristol headed by executive producer Emily Shields. In its first year Wall to Wall West delivered the BBC Two hit series Back in Time for Tea and The Sweet Makers, and The World's Most Extraordinary Homes (for BBC Two and Netflix)
Productions delivering in second half of 2018 include: living history series Factory Girls (BBC Two/BBC Wales); social history series A Passage to Britain; two BBC One specials with Nadiya Hussain; two episodes of Who Do You Think You Are?; a popular science series fronted by identical twin doctors Chris and Xand van Tulleken and the latest iteration of the popular history franchise, Back in Time for School.