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Production company NI wins commission for Britain’s most expensive homes from Channel 4


Channel 4 has commissioned another series chronicling the sale of some of Britain’s most expensive homes, produced by Waddell Media in Co Down.

ameras will follow the process of selling a new batch of multi-million pound homes and ‘high net worth’ individuals buying into Britain’s most expensive homes.

The channel ordered eight-hour programs, double the previous order of eight half-hour programs.

Holywood-based Waddell Media has teamed up with luxury UK estate agency Sotheby’s International Realty to produce the series.

“This glossy documentary series will give viewers fascinating insight into the most incredible properties on the market while offering unique insight into the glamorous lifestyles of ultra-wealthy buyers and sellers,” according to Waddell Media.

“Each episode will feature multiple properties including one valued at over £20million and much of the show will be dedicated to the property journeys of the HNW (high net worth) people featured.”

Channel 4’s Jasper Hone said: “We are delighted to be working with Waddell Media and UK Sotheby’s International Realty on another series of Britain’s most expensive homes, allowing us all to take a look at the interior of the extraordinary and extravagant homes of the super-rich”.

Jannine Waddell, Managing Director of Waddell Media, added: “We are absolutely delighted to be commissioned by Channel 4 again for an outstanding series from Britain’s most expensive homes. This exclusive access-focused series will showcase the UK’s most incredible homes, from castles to country estates. to London penthouses; all with exorbitant price tags. »

Waddell Media is among independent production companies in Northern Ireland that have said they fear losing out if the privatization of Channel 4 goes ahead.

The channel does not produce its own programmes, but commissions them exclusively from independent companies – an economic model which could change in the event of privatization.