Epic History

TV Studio Norwich

Our studios have produced some of the UK’s best loved TV shows over a period of almost 40 years in the business, earning a reputation as a leading television and digital media centre. We played host to 1970s game show ‘Sale of the Century’ and Roald Dahl’s ‘Tales of the Unexpected’ in the early 80s. In the late 1980s through to the 90s Epic was home to a diverse selection of television classics, such as ground-breaking interactive virtual reality children’s programme ‘Knightmare’ and television crime drama ‘The Chief’.

The studios have also hosted many popular chat shows (including ‘Trisha’, ‘Loose Women’, ‘The Wright Stuff’, ‘Jeremy Kyle’, ‘Frank Skinner’s Opinionated’) and ‘Knightmare’ Game Show and provided sets for the award-winning children’s drama series ‘The Secret of Eel Island’ (also filmed on location at the Norfolk Broads).

More recently, we have been proud to host political panel shows for clients such as BBC East on a regular basis.

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