Film & Television
About Big Wheel Film & Television
Big Wheel was founded in 2017 to make ambitious documentaries, factual entertainment shows and talent-led programmes.
Our purpose is to be a totally modern old-fashioned indie - characterful, bold, authentic and fun.
In a sometimes cynical industry, we are a purely ideas-led company. The ideas we have are the product of things we are genuinely interested in and passionate about.
This means that we only ever make programmes we love.
It also means we make more than one type of programme.
But everything we do bears our hallmark:
a love of big questions, a fearless approach, imagination and a sense of humour.
We believe that making TV is both a privilege and an adventure.
We work in partnership with Banijay, the world's largest content creation group
for television, responsible for Ambulance, Masterchef, One Born Every Minute,
Lego Masters, Peaky Blinders, Black Mirror and many other programmes.
The Big Wheel team
The Big Wheel team combines youth and experience, and comes from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Between us, we have produced, overseen, cut and commissioned hundreds of hours of television,
including observational series like
The Hunt for Britain's Sex Traffickers and
The Force, landmark factual programmes such as
100% White and
popular factual such as
Embarrassing Bodies and
The Apprentice, and feature documentaries including
The Fall and
My Generation, featuring
We are currently working on a wide range of projects, including series, specials and factual formats.
For Germaine Bloody Greer :
- 'Fantastically salty and fabulously bracing ... Highly entertaining', Radio Times
- 'A thrilling profile ... exciting and superbly mounted', Daily Telegraph
- 'A charming, respectful, fun and fascinating film', Daily Mail
- 'Delicious ... As an hour of TV this was compulsive', The Times
- 'A terrific portrait ... Electrifying', Sunday Telegraph
- 'Groovy and important', The Sun
- 'Unmissable', Heat
For Sue Perkins: Along the US-Mexico Border :
- 'Touching and spectacular. An emotional rollercoaster. Documentary of the week', Radio Times
- 'Strikes a neat balance between cultural discoveries and comic silliness', Daily Telegraph
- 'Much more than your standard celebrity travelogue: a mission, not a jaunt', Sunday Telegraph
- 'Colourful and warmly entertaining', Mail on Sunday
- 'Perceptive and dryly funny', The Times
- 'Epic and spectacular ... A feast', Daily Mail
- 'Wry and perceptive', Independent
Loop-the-Loop is Big Wheel's popular factual division, specialising in entertaining factual formats.
Germaine Bloody Greer nominated for an RTS award
We are always interested in hearing from talented people.
To join our network on The Talent Manager, please click here
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