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Ten Alps wins BAFTA for best factual series

The production company won the award for its Channel 4 docuseries 'The Murder Detectives'

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Ten Alps won a BAFTA award as well as two BAFTA Craft awards
AIM-listed video production company Ten Alps PLC (LON:TAL) won this year’s best factual series BAFTA for its Channel 4 documentary, ‘The Murder Detectives’.
The three-part series aired in November last year followed the 18 month police investigation into the murder of 19-year-old Nicholas Robinson after he was stabbed in March 2014.
Films of Record – the division of Ten Alps that was responsible for ‘The Murder Detectives’ – also had a second nomination in the same category for ‘Great Ormond Street’, while Ten Alps also won two more categories at the BAFTA Craft awards.
Ten Alps chief executive, Mark Wood said  “These awards are a tremendous recognition of the talent we have in our TV business and the edge we have in our creative approach to factual programming.”
Ten Alps is due to be renamed as Zinc Media later on in the year.

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