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***DEADLINE EXTENDED to VOTE for TTV's Supercar Superfam at the National Reality TV Awards***We are very excited to announce that Transparent TV’s series “SUPERCAR SUPERFAM” is up for an award in the Best Docu-Series category at the National Reality TV Awards! The star brothers of the show, Kash & Shabs, will also be presenting the Best Reality TV Judge award at the event so this will truly be a night to remember. After its success on BBC3/BBC2 and YouTube, we are super proud to have been nominated. But now, we need your help! We would be incredibly grateful if you could please take the time to log in or register as a member here: nationalrealitytvawards.org/voting/ before voting closes on Sunday 23rd September.Please also share with your friends, family and colleagues. ... See MoreSee Less
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Now on BBC Three IPlayer is our exciting box set of 3, "SUPERCAR SUPERFAM"! Please watch and share.BBC ThreeShabs is preparing for his arranged marriage - but is he starting to have second thoughts? ... See MoreSee Less
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Today we say goodbye to Callum, our fantastic Team Assistant. Thank you so much for all your hard work during the past 6 weeks and please come back soon!! x ... See MoreSee Less
The internet sensation and BBC3 box set "SUPERCAR SUPERFAM" is now available on BBC IPlayer and Youtube. Please watch and share!BBC ThreeShabs is preparing for his arranged marriage - but is he starting to have second thoughts? ... See MoreSee Less
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TONIGHT on primetime BBC2 at 10pm is Transparent's "SUPERCAR SUPERFAM". It's also available on BBC iplayer as a box set of 3 short-form films. Please watch and share. ... See MoreSee Less
All three episodes of our exciting new series "SUPERCAR SUPERFAM" are now available on BBC3 iplayer! Please watch and share.BBC ThreeMeet the brothers who customise millions of pounds worth of supercars… and live at home with Mum and Dad. ... See MoreSee Less
Looks awesome! 😊
Their poor parents.
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We are very excited to announce that our series “SUPERCAR SUPERFAM” is available NOW on BBC 3 IPlayer and all BBC social media platforms including Facebook and Youtube! Enjoy the show and spread the word! ... See MoreSee Less
The Superstars of our latest BBC 3 series “SUPERCAR SUPERFAM” will be on the sofa of ‘The One Show’ tonight at 7pm.The series will be available on BBC 3 via iplayer as a three-part box set from the 16th of August and on primetime BBC 2 on the 19th of August at 10pm! ... See MoreSee Less
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Huge congratulations to Ally who is leaving the Transparent family this week to have baby number two! We wish her the best of luck and hope to see her back here with us again soon x ... See MoreSee Less
Wow what a bump! Missing you guys already 😘 x
Feet up Alison Saddington and looking forward to meet the bump.
Congrats Ali! Hope all goes well Alison Saddington
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Today we say goodbye to another of our fantastic interns! Really sad to see you leave Claire. You've been a valuable member of the transparent team and we hope this isn't the last we see of you! ... See MoreSee Less
Aww love you guys!!
Sad to say goodbye to our intern Nick today. He's been a great addition to the team and a pleasure to work with! Wishing you all the best for the future Nick! ... See MoreSee Less
You can find the promo to BBC's The Big British Asian Summer, featuring our very own Supercar Superfam in the link below. Keep an eye out for Supercar Superfam online on BBC 3 or on BBC 2 later this Summer, you don’t want to miss it! argonon.com/supercar-superfam-from-transparent-tv-for-the-great-british-asian-season-showing-acro... ... See MoreSee Less
'Supercar SuperFam' from Transparent TV for the Great British Asian Season showing across all BBC platforms - Argonon
Transparent are delighted to share another piece in today’s Broadcast Magazine featuring CEO Jazz Gowans and our latest BBC3 / BBC2 series called Supercar SuperFam for the Great British Asian Season across all platforms the BBC this summer. www.broadcastnow.co.uk/bbc/bbc-asian-season-offers-leg-up-to-bame-talent/5131155.article ... See MoreSee Less
BBC Asian season offers leg up to BAME talent
A big thank you to the wonderful Ria for all her hard work over the last few months! All the best for the future and hopefully this won’t be the last we see of you in team Transparent! ... See MoreSee Less
We are delighted to share this piece in today’s Broadcast which shows what a success last night’s BBC launch and panel, that Jazz Gowan’s was on with the likes of journalists from all national press. There as well included the top commissioning team across the BBC reporting on the season including The Guardian, The Daily Mail and The Radio Times so an exciting time for Transparent working closely with the BBC on this.Feel free to read the article here below:Holland: Summer season will supercharge British Asian talent BBC controller wants upcoming shows to launch new mainstream voicesAnita RaniBBC2 controller Patrick Holland believes the BBC’s British Asian Summer season will lead to a sea-change in how the corporation’s output features and reflects Asians in the UK.Speaking at a launch event in London last night, Holland said that the season would “supercharge the way we can commission and produce” in the future.He said that BBC2 would be looking to commission more work from British Asian directors and writers that is not necessarily tied to their identity, echoing how the BBC’s 2016 Black and British season gave a mainstream voice to talent like David Olusoga, Simon Frederick and David Harewood.“All of these voices were part of a season and they all have gone on to make a major series beyond that season,” said Holland. Transparent Television chief executive Jazz Gowans, who is producing BBC3’s Supercar, Superfam, said that there should be no need for a British Asian season in a decade’s time but that this summer’s swathe of shows would ensure a “supersizing of the programming of the future”.She described Supercar leads Kash and Shabs as “incredible, real talent who just happen to be British Asian”.Riz AhmedThe season, which kicks off on 6 August, includes doc series from Swan Films and Raw Television, along with an exclusive profile of British Asian actor Riz Ahmed, who is penning BBC2’s upcoming drama series Englistan. Holland added that there was still work to be done to attract, mentor and promote more diverse talent within the BBC’s commissioning team. He hailed head of religion and ethics Fatima Salaria and BBC2 channel commissioner Fozia Khan as being integral to the season’s success, both of which graduated from the corporation’s BAME Assistant Commissioner programme and moved on to secure senior roles. Khan is soon to depart the BBC to take up a role as documentaries commissioning editor for Channel 4. On a panel at the event, Salaria said: “I am proud that the BBC can say: ‘We will commission you for this season but we also want to work with you more generally’.”She said she was pleased that a season concentrated around a British minority had attracted the larger, more mainstream indies, such as Raw Television, which is behind Anita Rani’s Bollywood: The World’s Biggest Film Industry and Wall to Wall, producing the Yasmin Khan-fronted history series Passage to Britain.“This is a really important moment for the BBC and I want young aspiring talent to see people like Anita Rani and Mobeen Azhar and say: ‘I could be that person’,” she added. Rani said she was optimistic at the impact the likes of Riz Ahmed can have in attracting the best British Asian on-screen talent to the BBC but stressed that improvements need to be made behind the camera. She said she would like to see the BBC mirroring Netflix’s US commissioning strategy, in which the diversity of the team making a show is called into question before production commences.“It would be amazing for indies to say that everyone working behind the camera is also a British Asian,” she added. Muslims Like Us producer Azhar said that with 60% of the British Asian population now under 30, it was important that BBC3’s Generation Smackdown and My Asian Alter Ego, both part of the season, would be made available on non-traditional platforms. ... See MoreSee Less
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Exciting news! The BBC's Big British Asian Summer is launching today, celebrating the great talent we have in this country. Plus our very own Jazz Gowans is on the esteemed panel today making her mark.Check out the link below for more details on this fantastic season of programming.www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2018/big-british-asian-summer ... See MoreSee Less
Transparent's team are getting ready to bring it home! #Worldcup2018 #threelions #bringithome #comeonengland ... See MoreSee Less
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Transparent TV wish you all wonderful weekends full of lots of chocolate! #Minstrels #chocolate #ttv #welovechocolate ... See MoreSee Less
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