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The Real Football Factories International is a documentary style program about football hooliganism across the world. The Real Football Factories was the first series, where presenter and actor Danny Dyer travelled the UK, meeting some of the more notorious football firms. In this spin-off series, Dyer goes international, meeting firms from across the globe. Dyer played the main character of Tommy Johnson, a main member of a fictional Chelsea firm in the 2004 film The Football Factory.

In 'The Real Football Factories International', Dyer visits Turkey, Argentina, Italy, Croatia and Serbia, The Netherlands, Brazil, Poland and Russia.

In late 2007, The Score in Canada started to broadcast these episodes along with "The Real Football Factories." But with an altered soundtrack due to copyright issues. It was also shown on CNN and CNN International under the name The Real Soccer Factories International in 2008.

Danny Dyer's Deadliest Men

October 20, 2008

Danny Dyer's Deadliest Men was a documentary series broadcast on Bravo between 20 October 2008 and 10 August 2009. It followed Danny Dyer as he embarked on meeting some of the most feared and prolific men in the United Kingdom.

When Games Attack was a British television show, that originally aired on Bravo from 2004 to 2005. The show was created and presented by Dominik Diamond in conjunction with Jonny Ffinch with whom he had previously worked on GamesMaster. Its main focus was video games.

Epics was a professional wrestling television program for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling that aired on Spike in the United States and Bravo in the United Kingdom. The show was hosted by Mick Foley and showed matches and events from the history much like WWE Vintage Collection. In December 2009, Dixie Carter announced in an interview that Epics would be debuting on Spike in January 2010. The second season began on Thursday, January 14, 2010.

This reality show follows budding football stars battling it out in an amateur Sunday football league. Not only do they get to experience a taste of the lifestyle of Premiership players; fast cars, sponsorship deals and celebrity girlfriends, but they are managed by football legend, John Fashanu. Follow ex-professional footballer John Fashanu as he goes back to the grassroots of football to manage an amateur Sunday League team.

Gamepad was a British television show about video games which ran for four series on Bravo. It was hosted by Violet Berlin.

The show distinguished itself from rival video games shows by professing to be "by gamers, for gamers". Systems covered included Microsoft Windows and Mac OS, the PlayStation 2, GameCube and the Xbox.

It was replaced in 2004 by a new show called When Games Attack. It was hosted by Dominik Diamond, the person who previously hosted GamesMaster for Channel 4.

Street Crime UK was a reality television series focusing on law enforcement in various parts of the United Kingdom, as police go about their duties on the streets of Britain's towns and cities.

The police officers featuring in episodes discussed work, responding to 999 calls, enforcing public order, raid premises allegedly being used for illegal purposes, pursuing and arresting various suspects, transporting them to the police station after they are arrested. The show was narrated by Susan Rae, who often updated the viewers as to whether the arrested were charged/tried/convicted etc. and sometimes given details of the sentences/penalties that were imposed on them for their lawbreaking, also updating on current events.

Street Crime UK was originally shown on Bravo and was later repeated on Virgin 1. There have been four series in total.

The programme also featured police clips, previously broadcast on ITV's reality police series Crimefighters.

Street Crime UK was replaced by Brit Cops: Frontline Crime in 2008.

Brit Cops is a British reality television series following the work of police officers in the UK. It was first broadcast on Bravo. Since the closing of Bravo on 1 January 2011, older episodes were shown on Channel One until the channel closed down on 1 February 2011 and Series 5 is continuing on Sky Livingit. For the sixth series the show changed its name to Cop Squad. Each series focuses on different UK police forces.

Richard Bacon narrates Series 1, 2 and 3, Simon Allix narrates Series 4, Daniel Abineri narrates Series 5 and Robert Glenister narrates Series 6.

The show was produced by Steadfast Television until they went into administration in 2010, Series 6 was produced by October Films.

It has replaced Street Crime UK on Bravo and has had the following series:

Gamer.tv was a weekly television show produced by the company of the same name, that ran from 2002 to 2008. Each half-hour episode mixed topical video game news, reviews, previews and features. The series aired on a number of networks around the world including Bravo in the United Kingdom and Starz in North America. It was also shown in Canada, South America, Spain, India, and New Zealand, and video segments appeared on a number of websites, as well, including MSN. The show was banned in China. While airing, it regularly ranked as Bravo's highest rated show.

Gamer TV is owned by IMG.