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April 23, 2014

The latest script in the fictionalised version of Young@Heart has just been delivered. Written by Adam Brooks (Bridget Jones - the Edge of Reason), the movie is being developed by the UK's leading film company, Working Title Films, who hope to be in production later this year. Stephen Walker and Sally George are co-producers.

Critical acclaim for documentary

October 08, 2013

The Day I Got My Sight Back received considerable critical acclaim from the press, described by The Sunday Times as "mesmerising", the The Guardian as "incredible" and the Daily Telegraph as "astounding". For a fuller list of press reaction go to the programme page here or you can watch it on the iPlayer here.

Sally George on BBC Breakfast

September 29, 2013

On Tuesday October 1st at 8.45am, BBC Breakfast featured an interview with director Sally George and contributors Ian and Alex Tibbetts (watch here) about our upcoming documentary The Day I Got My Sight Back.

New BBC 1 Documentary

February 14, 2013

Walker George Films are delighted to announce that their latest film, The Day I Got My Sight Back, will be broadcast on BBC1 at 10.35pm on Tuesday October 8. The film follows the extraordinary story of Ian Tibbetts, a blind father who has never seen his four year old twin sons. Over several months Ian undergoes a radical series of operations to reconstruct his eye using one of his own teeth. Will it work - and will he fulfil his dream of seeing his sons for the first time?



Double Cross: BBC2 | 9pm | Mon 9th July

July 01, 2012

Based on his latest best-selling book, Ben Macintyre brings his third terrific spy story to the small screen with this tale of how a group of eccentric, brave and brilliant double agents helped the Allies win D-Day. Directed by Matthew Whiteman and produced by Sally George.

Broadcast on Monday 23rd January | 9pm | BBC2

January 11, 2012

Walker George Films are delighted to announce the broadcast of The Real Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines on the 23rd of January on BBC2, directed by Charlie Russell and produced by Stephen Walker.

 Three days flying around the UK in flimsy machines whose engines can cut out at any time: welcome to the mad, bad and sometimes downright dangerous world of competitive amateur microlighting in the 'Round Britain Rally'.

For more information about the film, visit our filmography page. To see photos of the production, go to the gallery.

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