The year has flown by so far & despite the slow-down in commissioning, Yeti have landed some exciting new projects. We are currently in production on a cookery series for ITV1 with an A-list female talent; a brand-new children’s craft competition series for S4C (supported by the BFI’s Young Audiences Content Fund); and a second series of our award-nominated The Truth About My Murder for CBS Originals. We have also delivered three single films that will be hitting your screens in the very near future – a feature-doc for Channel 5; a moving film about bullying for CBBC; and a film that delves into the cost-of-living crisis in a rather unusual way – for Channel 4. We have a few things in funded development including a feature documentary for Sky Arts and a daytime series for Channel 4. The team continues to grow with a raft of freelancers working with Yeti – including exec producers Siwan Jobbins and Andrew O’Connell; series producers Sara Allen, Carole Lochhead and Lowri Jones; directors Rebecca Whyte, Matt Botten, Andrew Tait and Cam Bang Tat; APs Yeota Imam-Rashid and Max Davies; and researchers Kate Goodyer, Kerri Braham and Morgana Edwards. In other news, back in May, Yeti’s Creative Director took part in a panel at the Wales Screen Summit to share her experiences of securing investment. Then in June, Sian was asked to give evidence to a select committee in Parliament about the challenges to the broadcast sector in Wales. We’ve also had a Yeti engagement – congratulations to our AP Georgina Pike and fiancé James! And Joseph Haines has earned his first directing credits on The One Show and our forthcoming CBBC documentary – fantastic news!