Having recently finished cutting ITV's Vera, DAVID FISHER is now editing the first block of the new series of Doctor Who in Cardiff. David is working with director Jamie Childs with Nikki Wilson in the producer's chair.
The White Princess, the follow up to the historical drama The White Queen, will air on the Drama Channel from Saturday 18 November at 9pm. Production designer WILL HUGHES-JONES designed its eight episodes, working with director Jamie Payne.
PHILIP KLOSS is now editing A Discovery of Witches, working with director Alice Troughton in South Wales. The series is the first major production from Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner's company Bad Wolf. The eight parter for Sky is based on the All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness.
Editor WILLIAM OSWALD has recently started to cut Good Omens, an adaptation of the bestselling comic novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. The six episodes have been written by Neil Gaiman for BBC One and Amazon and star David Tennant and Michael Sheen.
Editor DAN CRINNION is currently cutting Killing Eve, a new eight part thriller adapted from Luke Jennings' Villanelle novellas. Written and co-executive produced by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Dan is reunited with director Jon East.
Welsh based editor SARA JONES is now cutting dual language series Craith which is shooting in North Wales and Cardiff. The eight parter is being made by Fiction Factory with Gareth Bryn in the director's chair.
NICK AMES is once again editing the popular ITV2 comedy series Plebs which shoots in Sofia, Bulgaria but cuts over here. The Leifer brothers, Sam and Teddy, have done the directing and producing on all four series for their company Rise Films.
CARMELA IANDOLI is currently editing a new six part series for BBC One called Requiem, produced by Sue Breen. Carmela is reunited with Mahalia Belo who directed the award winning Channel 4 drama Ellen.
DAVID YARDLEY has just finished cutting Doc Martin in Cornwall and is staying there to edit the second series of Delicious. The Bandit Television production for Sky 1 stars Dawn French and Emilia Fox.
Editor MATTHEW TABERN is now cutting Little Women for Playground Entertainment and the BBC. The series, an adaptation of the classic novel, is being filmed around Dublin and is directed by Vanessa Caswell.
Editor MARK HERMIDA is now cutting the latest Johnny Vegas comedy series for BBC One, Home from Home. The six parter is set in the Lake District and is being produced by Rebecca Papworth and directed by Paul Murphy.
Editors MATTHEW TABERN and MIKE PHILLIPS are currently cutting Hard Sun for Euston Films. The six parter for the BBC takes place in contemporary London in a world facing Armageddon. Matthew is working with director Nick Rowland and Mike with Richard Senior on the show which will star Agyness Deyn and Jim Sturgess.
Designer WILL HUGHES-JONES has recently started on the large scale ten part series for US cable channel TNT, The Alienist. Based on the novel by Caleb Carr, the story is set in New York City in 1896 but shoots in Budapest.
Editor PHILIP KLOSS will soon join Will in Hungary, to cut with directors James Hawes and Jamie Payne.
Editor IAN FARR is about to start on new series Love, Lies and Records for Rollem, working with the second block director Cilla Ware. The Leeds based six parter for BBC One has been written by the prolific Kay Mellor.