WELCOME TO RED PLANET PICTURES

Red Planet Pictures is a dynamic and truly independent TV production company. Founded by renowned showrunner Tony Jordan, we have creativity at our core, and are currently building on our growing success in drama with the recent launch of a factual division.
Death in Paradise series six hit our TV screens on Thursday 5th January at 9pm. The show continues to enjoy record-breaking audiences, which peaked at over 8.7 million viewers. To date it has sold in over 200 territories and series six promises more mystery, sun, sea, sand and of course, murder! The gang even manage to squeeze in a trip to London!
Inside Windsor Castle began on Channel 5 on February 14th at 8pm. This landmark series about the inside of the oldest, largest continually inhabited castle in the world will mark the centenary of the Windsor dynasty, by delving deep behind the walls of the castle to unlock its secrets - and chart the extraordinary 80-year inside story of Britain's most fascinating family. 
Hooten & The Lady, our rip-roaring action-adventure series for Sky One, gripped an impressive audience on its premiere and recently finished its run on a high. This eigh-part series took us on an epic romp around the globe in search of lost treasure and priceless artefacts. 
Secrets of the SAS: In Their Own Wordsthe first commission from our new factual division, was broadcast on Channel 5 last winter. This daring and innovative series was a unique, frank and intimate insight into the truth of life serving and surviving in the SAS.
Babsa 90' drama written by our very own Tony Jordan and produced by BBC Studios in association with Red Planet Pictures. This one-off special tells the heart-warming story of national treasure Dame Barbara Windsor, the cockney kid with a dazzling smile and talent to match. Babs was broadcast on Sunday 7th May at 8pm on BBC One.
Recent productions also include: Dickensianan ambitious, original and critically acclaimed 20-part series for BBC 1; and The Passing Bellsa one-off BBC 1 flagship drama which commemorated the start of the First World War.