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Spun Gold TV is exiting London to join indies such as Nine Lives Media and North One in Birmingham district Digbeth.

The Inside Monaco and The Real Full Monty producer has made two executive hires ahead of next month’s move, with a recommission of BBC daytime show Garden Rescue and two US reality and entertainment formats set to be among the new site’s initial productions.

Joining as an executive producer is Sarah Trigg, who has executive produced specials of DIY SOS in collaboration with fellow BBC Studios shows EastEnders, Strictly Come Dancing and Children in Need.

Series editor Debb Swindells, meanwhile, has worked on series such as This Morning, How to Look Good Naked and Embarrassing Bodies.

Spun Gold has initially moved production to the office and plans to add edit and post-production facilities in due course.

The relocation follows last November’s launch of a new Liverpool-based parent company, 53 Degrees North. Spun Gold TV, Penny Lane Entertainment, post-production company Wise Wolf and a new production label Wise Wolf now come under this expanded banner.

Spun Gold managing director Daniela Neumann said: “I’m thrilled to be tapping into the wealth of regional creative talent with the hires of Debb and Sarah and to be joining other indies in the city in helping to deliver job opportunities for local people wanting to build careers in television.”  

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