The Truth About Junior Doctors: Channel 4 Dispatches
Channel 4 - Christian Jessen discovers many young UK medical professionals are still regularly taking on up to 100 hours a week.
Dangerous Drivers' School
Channel 5 - In this second series more experienced driving instructors buckle up with a collection of dangerous drivers.
Scottish BAFTA Winner 2012: Afghanistan - The Great Game
BBC Two - Scottish BAFTA winner for Best Factual Series - Rory Stewart recounts the story of foreign intervention in Afghanistan.
Russell Brand: From Addiction to Recovery
BBC Three - The comedian recounts his battle with heroin as he goes on a personal journey to challenge established views on drugs.
She-Wolves: England's Early Queens
BBC Four - the acclaimed 3 part history series presented by Helen Castor ‘A rich story, full of captivating twists’ Radio Times.
At Home With The Georgians
BBC Two – Historian Amanda Vickery explores how the British obsession with homes began 300 years ago. Nominated at the RTS Awards 2012.
Perspectives: Lenny Henry Finding Shakespeare
ITV1 - In this Perspectives film comedian and actor Lenny Henry explores his changing relationship with the works of William Shakespeare.
The Future State of Welfare
BBC Two - Journalist John Humphrys travels the country to meet some of those most affected by the Government’s plans to cut benefits.
- Matchlight Showreel
- The Truth About Junior Doctors: Channel 4 Dispatches
- Dangerous Drivers' School
- Scottish BAFTA Winner 2012: Afghanistan - The Great Game
- Russell Brand: From Addiction to Recovery
- She-Wolves: England's Early Queens
- At Home With The Georgians
- Perspectives: Lenny Henry Finding Shakespeare
- The Future State of Welfare
Based in Glasgow, Matchlight specializes in observational documentary, history, arts, current affairs and popular factual television.
Having won a Scottish BAFTA for Best Factual Series in November 2012 (Afghanistan: The Great Game - A Personal View by Rory Stewart) and several nominations including at the RTS Awards, Matchlight is the only production company in Scotland run by a team that have won, between us, International Emmy, BAFTA, Scottish BAFTA, RTS and Broadcast awards.
The company’s customers include BBC One, ITV1, BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC Four, BBC Scotland, Channel 4 and Channel 5.
Matchlight is led by Ross Wilson, Creative Director and a BAFTA and International Emmy Award winning documentary maker. It is a joint venture with production and distribution group DCD Media.