Sunset+Vine has produced many series outside its sports specialism. Since 2009 the Crufts dog show has been produced for Channel 4; the company developed and, with Splash Media, produced the Eurovision Dance Contest for two years for BBC1; and its RAD children's series ran for ten years on Channel 5 winning a Children's BAFTA in 2005.

As part of its work on Channel 4’s coverage of the London 2102 Paralympic Games Sunset+Vine created The Last Leg series, fronted by Adam Hills, and featuring Josh Widdecombe and Alex Brooker. The series has gone on to become an established part of the channel’s entertainment output even outside Paralympic Games time.

Sunset+Vine also owns the Music Box brand which has produced music and young people's series for Nickelodeon, Channel 4 and ITV. The Music Box archive is one of the largest music interview libraries in the UK, featuring over 12,000 interviews from the 80's and 90's.



Channel 4 | 2009-present

Rugby Tonight

BT Sport | 2013-present

The American Football Show

Channel 4 | 2013-2014

The Last Leg

Channel 4 | 2012

Rad The Groms Tour

Channel 5 | 2004-2006

Eurovision Dance Contest

Host Broadcaster | 2007 & 2008