Paradine Productions was one of the first independent TV production companies in Britain, founded by broadcasting legend David Frost in 1966.

The vehicle for many of Frost’s countless shows, Paradine owns the rights to most of his greatest interviews, from Nixon and Thatcher, to Mohammed Ali and The Beatles.

Paradine also produced Frost’s more light hearted shows, such as Through The Keyhole, which lives on today, hosted by Keith Lemon on ITV.

Frost helped develop the careers of many British TV stars, including the likes of Ronnie Barker, Ronnie Corbett and John Cleese, and thus Paradine retains an interest in classic British comedy shows like At Last The 1948 Show, The Two Ronnies and Porridge.

Sir David was not just a small screen man. Paradine produced a number of films including The Slipper and The Rose and Rogue Trader. The company continues to be involved in the film world with two films in pre-production at the moment.