Outline Productions has won 14 hours worth of content from the BBC, including a BBC1 show investigating dangerous driving.
BBC1 has commissioned one hour documentary So You Think You Can Drive?, which will be fronted by Dominic Littlewood and Cherry Healey.
The show will explore the risky driving habits of two British motorists while enlisting a special police unit to analyse the causes of serious road accidents.
BBC features and formats commissioning editor Tom Edwards will executive produce the programme, while Bridget Boseley and Helen Veale will co-executive produce for Outline. Mandy Thomson is the series producer.
Outline will also follow up BBC2’s Tom Kerridge’s Proper Pub Food with the Michelin starred chef exploring his Best Ever Dishes. The 6 x 30-minute series will see Kerridge attempt to create his own versions of Britain’s favourite dishes.
Great British Garden Revival is also set to return for a second 10 x 60-mintute series, with Carol Klein, Rachel de Thame, Joe Swift and James Wong presenting.
Both series are executive produced by Boseley and Lindsay Bradbury, BBC daytime commissioner. Bradbury ordered the series alongside Alison Kirkham, BBC features and formats commissioner. Hat Trick International will distribute all three shows.
Outline managing director Laura Mansfield said: “These commissions demonstrate our ability to create new programming which delivers ratings successes and can be developed and extended into new areas for broadcasters and viewers.”