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Netflix Offers Free Walking Tours of European Capitals to Highlight Iconic Show Locations

For fans who want to eat a croissant in Estrapada Square, as in Emily in Paris or experience Callao money heist in Callao from La Casa De Papel, Netflix provides the service from July 11 to July 17. Streamer has teamed up with SANDEMAN New Europe Tours in London, Paris and Madrid for a series of free guided walking tours that cover the city’s history and details, including site visits to iconic scenes from his international shows and films. The walks will also include behind-the-scenes insights from the shoot.

BBC commissioned adoption story ‘Lost Boys and Fairies’ from ‘Duck Soup’

BBC instructed Lost Boys and Fairies, the story of a bizarre adoption from Welsh writer Dafa James. BBC Drama and BBC Cymru Wales are teaming up for a four-part series produced by Leeds-based indie studio Duck Soup Films. The show, announced at the Wales Screen Summit by BBC Cymru Wales director Ruanedd Richards, will follow the Cardiff queer club singer and entertainer Gabriel and his partner Andy, who adopt their first child. But to truly raise seven-year-old Jake, Gabriel must try to mend his relationship with his own father. Filming will take place in Wales and casting will follow in due course. James is an executive producer along with Jessica Brown Meek, Rebecca Rae-Rogers and Libby Durdy. for Duck Soup Films and Joe McClellan for the BBC. All3Media International will distribute.

BBC orders more ‘weakest link’

BBC One has ordered another season of quiz Weak link – the second with the owner Romesh Ranganathan. Produced by BBC Studios Entertainment, the show returned in 2021 after a nearly four-year hiatus in the UK and performed well, reaching a peak audience of 5.3 million in 30 days. “I’m excited to do another episode, partly because it’s a fun show and the reaction has been amazing, but mostly to avoid the ‘Turns out Romesh was the weakest link’ headlines,” said Ranganathan, a stand-up comedian by profession. .

The Channel 4 and S4C team produced the first Welsh musical adaptation

British broadcasters Channel 4 and S4C jointly commissioned Cardiff’s Afanti Media (also known as Avanti Media). with OFRA Cymru to produce what is considered the first musical adaptation in Welsh. Channel 4 content director Jan Katz announces production Un Nos Ola Leuad (one moonlit night) today at the Wales Screen Summit. The musical, inspired by the Welsh novel of the same name, will be simulcast around the world, according to the partners. A semi-autobiographical story by Caradog Pritchard tells of a traumatic event in the author’s life when he took his mother to a local orphanage from which she never returned. Mark Evans will conduct and the Welsh National Opera Orchestra will score. Additional funding is currently being sought from Ffilm Cymru and Creative Wales. The language of the libretto will be in Welsh with English subtitles. At the Wales Screen Summit yesterday, S4C CEO Sian Doyle addressed partners, saying the broadcaster is “open for business” following the government’s announcement that £12 million in support will be provided in the coming years (14 .5 million USD).

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