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Flame TV produces paternity doc for BBC Three

UK-based prodco Flame TV has just produced its first documentary for BBC Three. Who's the Daddy(w/t) is a 1x60-minute doc which follows singer and Strictly Come Dancing star Alesha Dixon as she explores the emotional and practical effects of growing up without knowing one's father. Dixon speaks to children and experts to discovery the possible repercussions, such as the potential to form a sexual relationship with a half brother or sister and not fully knowing one's own medical background. Dixon also helps one young person in the hunt for the biological father. The doc is produced and directed by Christina Nutter and executive produced by Barbara Altounyan for Flame TV and was commissioned by Fiona Campbell for BBC Three.
September 30, 2009

UK-based prodco Flame TV has just produced its first documentary for BBC Three. Who’s the Daddy(w/t) is a 1×60-minute doc which follows singer and Strictly Come Dancing star Alesha Dixon as she explores the emotional and practical effects of growing up without knowing one’s father. Dixon speaks to children and experts to discovery the possible repercussions, such as the potential to form a sexual relationship with a half brother or sister and not fully knowing one’s own medical background. Dixon also helps one youth in the hunt for the person’s biological father. The doc is produced and directed by Christina Nutter and executive produced by Barbara Altounyan for Flame TV and was commissioned by Fiona Campbell for BBC Three

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