Current Productions

The Graham Norton Show Series 22

Graham continues the chat & laughter this Autumn, with the best guests and comedy, every Friday at 10:35 on BBC One.


 Series Producer: Jon Magnusson

 Executive Producer: Graham Stuart

 BBC One - Autumn 2017



Probably the Best Ad Show in the           World... 

 A brand new clip show for ITV1.


 Series Producer: Adam Hutchinson

 Executive Producer: Paul Gilheany

 ITV1 - Autumn 2017


Pysch Test

An exciting new series for All 4.


Series Producer: Matt Gilbe

Executive Producers:  Paul Gilheany                                                                                         

All 4 - Autumn 2017


Blind Date

The biggest news in television broke last week when Channel 5 announced that they have commissioned So Television and Stellify Media to make a 13 part series of the classic game show, Blind Date.  And the even bigger news was that Paul O’Grady would be the host.  The series, which includes a Christmas Special, will be recorded at The London Studios from April through July and will air on Channel 5 in June. 


If you’d like to be a contestant on this series EVERYONE is welcome – please email

If you’d like to be in the audience you can apply for tickets here:


Series Producer: Shane Byrne

Executive Producers: Graham Stuart (So Television) & Matthew Worthy  (Stellify Media)

Channel 5 - Summer 2017


The Big Red Chair with Graham Norton

Mr Norton tells the true story of the famous furniture piece that has allowed his audience to tell incredible tales. The Big Red Chair has played host to over 500 storytellers and now Graham is going to meet some of the best. He will hear how telling their tale has changed their lives.



Producer: Adam Read

Executive Producer: Graham Stuart

BBC One - January 2017


Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice - Series 2

Two more episodes of the award winning Radio 4 show in which Deborah Frances-White relives major life experiences in front of a live audience.



Producer: Alan Nixon

Executive Producer: Graham Stuart

BBC Radio 4 - 14th & 21st October 2016


Radio Active

The classic Eighties Radio series starring Angus Deayton, Phil Pope, Michael Fenton-Stevens and Helen Atkinson-Wood back on Radio 4 again.


Recorded during the sell out So Comedy-produced run at the Edinburgh Fringe during August of this year. 


Producer: David Tyler

Executive Producer: Graham Stuart

BBC Radio 4 - 22nd September 2016

My Home Life

Celebrity Home Secrets

A brand new Fact Ent format for ITV. You can tell a whole life story through someone’s property ladder.


Executive Producers: Jerry Foulkes, Andrea Miller & Graham Stuart

A So Sunnyside Production for ITV, Autumn 2016


Mark Watson

Mark Watson Has Various Problems

Mark Watson and his cohorts, Sam Simmons and Will Adamsdale attempt to unscramble some of life’s enduring problems, riddles or mysteries.

Producer: Victoria Payne

Executive Producers: Graham Stuart & Christian Knowles

BBC Worldwide


8-Bit Ego

8-Bit Ego

Tired of the media’s warped and stereotypical views on anything from violence to reviews, the repetitive and endless dribble of PR-led gaming events with no real impact, and an overall lack of access or representation of what gaming culture is. 8-Bit Ego decided it was about time someone stepped up to the challenge and changed the game once and for all.

Producer: Adam Read

Executive Producer: Graham Stuart

BBC Three Online



Don't Make Me Laugh - Series 2

So Radio has been commissioned to produce a second series of Don't Make Me Laugh, created and hosted by David Baddiel.


This is a show in which comedians go against their natural instincts and try not to make an audience laugh. Confirmed guests for the series so far include Ross Noble, Lee Mack, Katharine Ryan and Omid Djalili. The series will record in late November and December 2015 at the RADA Studios in central London. 

Created By: David Baddiel

Executive Producer: Graham Stuart

BBC Radio 4 - Spring 2016