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Broadcast technology and services provider Timeline Television has won the rights to provide the complete post-production facilities for BBC's upcoming three-part series Britain's Biggest Warship.

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Produced by Uppercut Films, Britain's Biggest Warship tells the story of HMS Queen Elizabeth, a super-carrier that will be in service for the next 50 years and which is the largest and most advanced warship ever constructed in Britain. The programme takes viewers on a voyage of discovery, from construction in the building yard to the trials in which everything is tested for the first time, including the sea trials where ship and crew were pushed to breaking point.

Timeline's post-production team  worked with Uppercut at Timeline's dedicated post facility in Soho, to provide a complete post-production service, including workflow advice and edit support during the Avid Offline process plus use of Timeline's finishing facilities for the Online, DaVinci Grade and ProTools Dub. The team graded on Da Vinci Resolve 14, Editor Andy Roberts provided finishing touches during the Avid Online and dubbing mixer Darren McQuade mixed the sound in Pro Tools.

The first episode will *** air on BBC Two **** on 15 April at 8pm.