The Witty And Twisted Winners

After 700 entries, six workshops and ten pilots broadcast on BBC7, The Witty And Twisted competition reaches its end. This special programme catches up with the ten finalists, and finds out which of them will go on to have their own series on BBC7. The shortlisted programmes are:

G-Force: Stuart Goldsmith and Sam Hutchinson.

A Series of Psychotic Episodes: Miriam Elia.

Wonderworld: Andrew Wallace.

Sportstalk: Lee Derbyshire.

Botley: Roop Jones and Tom Bowker.

James Kettle's Skyscraping Ambitions: James Kettle.

The Great Caravaggio's Travelling Circus: James Wilkes, Tom Green, Jane Warwick & Gabriel Norland.

Gus Murdoch's Sacred Cows: Stephen Carlin.

BBC Backchat: Gareth Gwynn.

Message to Mars: Mark Steele

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After 700 entries, six workshops and ten pilots broadcast on BBC7, The Witty And Twisted competition reaches its end. This special programme catches up with the ten finalists, and finds out which of them will go on to have their own series on BBC7. The shortlisted programmes are:

G-Force: Stuart Goldsmith and Sam Hutchinson.

A Series of Psychotic Episodes: Miriam Elia.

Wonderworld: Andrew Wallace.

Sportstalk: Lee Derbyshire.

Botley: Roop Jones and Tom Bowker.

James Kettle's Skyscraping Ambitions: James Kettle.

The Great Caravaggio's Travelling Circus: James Wilkes, Tom Green, Jane Warwick & Gabriel Norland.

Gus Murdoch's Sacred Cows: Stephen Carlin.

BBC Backchat: Gareth Gwynn.

Message to Mars: Mark Steele