Welsh indie Wildflame moves into true crime with S4C & snags BBC double commission

Sian Lloyd

Wales-based factual indie Wildflame Productions is moving into true crime with regional broadcaster S4C and has landed a pair of commissions from the BBC.

Euog (w/t) is a 6 x 60-minute series that follows TV journalist Sian Lloyd as she explores how shocking crimes have impacted the country, including its people, its places and even its prosecution system.

It marks Wildflame’s first move into true crime and joins two BBC commissions: The Island Keeper (w/t) for BBC One; and a new installment of Dare To Dance.

The Island Keeper follows the life of a new warden on a remote island perched four miles off the Welsh coast, while Dare To Dance (5 x 30 minutes) sees Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden coach people of all ages and backgrounds, from across Wales, to surprise their friends and family with a performance to remember.

Wildflame’s slate has been rapidly expanding of late and ranges from Brink Of Disaster for Discovery+ to Secrets Of The Celtic Grave for Smithsonian Channel and S4C.

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