Strictly Come Dancing will treat audiences to a waltz down memory lane with it’s latest four part commission, Strictly: The Best of. Filmed in the heart of lockdown, each episode celebrates magical moments in the show's 16 years history selected from Movies, Musicals, Blackpool and Finals. The nation is set to enjoy some much needed Strictly sparkle in the weeks leading up to the live shows.
When the UK went into lockdown as a result of the international COVID-19 pandemic, the television industry found itself needing to adapt fast to the new normal. Content needed to be created safely and quickly whilst still engaging a now even more demanding audience.
Cyclevox were commissioned to produce exclusive coverage of the British Cycling National Circuit Series. Travelling the width and breadth of the country, each event was live streamed across social media, with remote studio commentary, live interviews and on-site presenting to offer incredible production value.
"Hi, how do you live stream from a mountain top?" Such a good question! Big thinking calls for innovative engineering. That's why producers Cherryduck chose WilkieTV to deliver one of the most iconic live streams ever for The North Face.
WilkieTV's client Cyclevox, a cycling PR and production company, tasked WilkieTV with delivering the race broadcast to both Facebook Live and Eurosport HD. Alongside this, two independent sports production packages delivered additional content, cameras and presenter feeds to the large LED screens provisioned at the race start/finish and VIP area.
The Haringey Box Cup is a international amateur boxing tournament that features 500 male and female competitors over three days. WilkieTV delivered four live channels of boxing from Alexandra Palace, in partnership with London Live.
WilkieTV was delighted to help Swan Films find an innovative solution to shoot a stunning new multi-camera project for BBC One featuring the world renowned Kanneh-Mason Family during the COVID-19 lockdown.
WilkieTV and Cyclevox partnered in the late summer to offer a world-first, unprecedented coverage of the Yorkshire UCI Para-Cycling International. Shown on six giant LED screens, fan zones, VIP media centre and live streamed to viewers at home. The nine camera coverage included every start, finish and six races across 100km of Yorkshire countryside by deploying four motorbikes to track riders. The entire broadcast was remotely produced from WilkieTV's facilities in Surrey, just south of London.
BBC Two's new prime time series produced by the talented team at The Garden, involved following six families over their first laughter, love and chaos-filled weeks of parenthood.
If you could watch everything that your family got up to, would it change the way you see them? In Spying on My Family, a new format from The Garden Productions being piloted by Channel 4, one British family have volunteered to give up privacy for a week, with cutting-edge technology giving them complete access to each other's day-to-day lives.
Known to many as the 'Formula One of Cycling', the Red Hook Crit series of road races not only brings fans the thrill of racers speeding through major cities across the globe, but also adds to the drama by having all riders on track bikes with fixed gears and no brakes. Given this level of difficulty, it's not surprising that the series has become an institution amongst cyclists, keen to see how many brave racers make the finish line.
Vodafone chose to launch a new mobile data service with an exciting launch event in conjunction with Sky Sports and Spotify. The giant kick-about "penalty shootout" was held in the centre of one of London's best known landmarks - Trafalgar Square. The day saw various Premier League stars join competition winners and members of the public in a giant penalty shoot-out.