Jamie Langton Plus

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Welcome to this showcase channel featuring a small selection of projects from British studio, location television, film and commercial Director Jamie Langton.

Jamie's television producer/director credits are vast and include many iconic British TV programmes recent credits include: How Do They Do It? Discovery channel, Long Live Britain BBC1, Top Ten Military Machines, Discovery Channel, Britains Top Ten Gold Medalists ITV, Big Celebrity Clean Up Channel 5, live streamed film Premiers include, Thor The Dark World, We're The Millers, Red 2, Wolverine, A Good Day to Die Hard, Prometheus, Dark Shadow and Twilight for Channel 4, Come Dine With Me, Educating Essex, 'The Family, Wheeler Dealers and the One Show BBC, The Garage and UK's Toughest Jobs for the Discovery Channel. Past credits include Blind date, Wish You Were Here, The Big Breakfast, Top of The Pops, The Hoobs, Jackanory, Nickelodeon TV, Top Gear, Wheeler Dealers, Richard and Judy and Fimbles to name but a few.

As series producer he produced the popular regional BBC strand Out + About for BBC South (being nominated twice for an RTS Award), as well as Bootsale Challenge for LWT and the late night arts and entertainment programme Wired for Carlton London. It's in this programme he gave the likes of up and coming talent such as Jimmy Carr in his own 'Nightworker' strand.

Commercial and corporate credits include: The Hobbit Desolation of Smaug, Morrisons 'Text Santa' Christmas sponsorship idents, Sun+ Lotto, Calgon, Barclays Lifeskills, Cancer Research, Knorr Soup and the huge UPS Olympic Logistics Campaign. Corporate clients include HSBC, Barclays, BP, KPMG, Morrisons, Waitrose and P&G.

With such an extensive and diverse credit list, it's estimated Jamie's been responsible for over 1500 hours of mainstream broadcast TV, with many having received or been nominated for BAFTA, RTS or Broadcast Awards including recently Educating Essex winning a Broadcast Award for Best New Documentary series and BAFTA,