CTVC is an independent production company producing content that raises important ethical and moral issues, from the perspective of those of “all faiths and none”, for mainstream television and radio broadcasters.
Current and recent programmes include This is Tottenham (BBC 2), Welcome to Mayfair (BBC 2) (2015 RTS winner best edited single documentary), Murder Workers (nominated for a Grierson), Meet the Mormons,Ian Brady: Endgames of a Psychopath and four editions of Dispatches, all for Channel 4; David Suchet: In The Footsteps of Saint Peter (BBC 1); Storyville: George Blake: Masterspy of Moscow (BBC 4), Bible Hunters (BBC 2 and Smithsonian Television) and Home Grown Boys and Race for Rio (CBBC). We also regularly contribute films to BBC 1′s highly popular The One Show.
CTVC is proud to employ a diverse workforce, which includes Christians, Muslims, Jews, Atheists and Agnostics. The main requirement for all our staff is a commitment to explore the moral and ethical issues which confront our society in a balanced and open-minded manner.
CTVC is a registered charity and, as with all charities, we have a very specific remit. The content which we produce across all our platforms reflects the values of that remit.
Hillside Studios Ltd. is the commercial trading arm of CTVC Ltd. This gives us the ability to produce quality programming across a range of different genres as well as helping to ensure that CTVC has the necessary funds to fulfill its charitable objectives.
Hillside Studios’s remit gives us the freedom to produce programmes on any subject. However, we would never produce content which would either conflict with the ethos of CTVC or risk bringing the reputation of the parent company into disrepute.