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TalkBack Productions

Talkback
Industry Television production company
Founded United Kingdom 1981; Template:Years or months ago (1981)[1]
Founder(s) Mel Smith[1]
Griff Rhys Jones[1]
Headquarters United Kingdom
Parent FremantleMedia
Website

Talkback is a division of the television production company FremantleMedia. It was established as an independent production company in 1981 by Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones.[1]

History

The company merged with Thames Television in 2003, and the combined entity was renamed Talkback Thames. In November 2011, it was announced that Talkback Thames would be split into four different branded divisions. Talkback was focused on comedy, and Thames was focused on entertainment programming. Two new brands, Boundless and Retort, were launched.[2]

Productions

The company has produced a number of television shows, including:

See also

Companies portal
Television in the United Kingdom portal
  • List of television production companies

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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