BBC Studios and SVT Seal Factual Content Partnership

BBC Studios and SVT Seal Factual Content Partnership
BBC Studios and Sveriges Television AB (SVT) have unveiled a new factual content deal encompassing over 280 hours of BBC Studios’ acclaimed factual programming across SVT channels and services, including SVT1, SVT2, Knowledge Channel, and SVT Play.

This collaboration spans a diverse array of genres, featuring natural history, science, history, and factual entertainment content from BBC Studio’s extensive and high-quality factual library.

Highlighted titles include the EMMY-award winning series Life Below Zero (Series 1-8), showcasing resilient individuals living off the grid in some of the world's harshest environments. Where the Wild Men Are with Ben Fogle (Series 1-7) explores the lives of people who have chosen to reside in the most remote corners of the Earth.

The BBC Studios Natural History Unit introduces a new landmark series, Mammals, offering unprecedented insights into the world's most successful animal group. Attenborough and the Jurassic Sea Monster follows Sir David Attenborough and a team of experts as they uncover the fossil of the largest Jurassic predator, the giant pliosaur, along the UK coast.

Historical documentaries include Secrets & Spies: A Nuclear Story, unraveling the hidden tales of spies and traitors in a deadly game of cat and mouse. Meanwhile, Julius Caesar: The Making of a Dictator chronicles the extraordinary and brutal ascent of Julius Caesar to power.

The landmark science series Earth narrates the remarkable four-billion-year journey of our planet across five compelling episodes. In the realm of factual entertainment, Amanda and Alan's Italian Job (Series 2) features media personality Amanda Holden and comedian Alan Carr teaming up to revive dilapidated Italian homes.