Zero Chill is the latest Netflix project from Lime Pictures, the team behind double Emmy award-winning Free Rein. The live action kids and family series follows 15-year-old figure skater Kayla as her life is up-ended from Canada to the UK, when her twin brother Mac gets a place at a prestigious ice hockey academy.
This magical drama followed the Boulsworth family, who lived at and ran Knot Farm, but most importantly fostered a number of children there. The series was shot in the heart of picturesque North Wales, and captured the most stunning, sweeping shots of every hill, cove, cave and cliff used.
Combat Kids was part of Kids And Conflict, a special three-week season of programmes in 2010 on CBBC that set out to examine, through drama and documentary, how children are affected by war. Combat Kids was a 3 x 30-minute drama that explored what it is like for a family divided by the difficulties of military life.
The Outsiders was an epic, white-knuckle action thriller produced for ITV. The drama followed Nathan (Nigel Harman) - a member of a top-secret espionage ring based deep in the bowels of the British Library - as he becomes embroiled in the mystery surrounding a bizarre claim that the 17th-century Dutch artist and devout Catholic, Rubens, tried to suppress a formula for eternal life because he feared it would undermine the existence of God.
In its 30-year tenure, Grange Hill became one of the longest-running programmes in British television history. From 1978 to 2008, the BBC drama, set in a fictional comprehensive school, became notorious for taking on gritty issues such as heroin addiction, bullying and coping with disability.