BBC Worldwide will present 16 new formats at MIPCOM 2014 including new entertainment format Tumble and will be joined in Cannes by legendary five-time Gold medal Olympic gymnast Nadia Comăneci.

BBC Worldwide announced three new format sales ahead of launching prime-time entertainment format Tumble at Mipcom 2014.

A deal with Acunmedya in Turkey brings the total sales of The Great Bake Off to fifteen, Channel 8 will produce 35×60’ episodes of the popular entertainment format to air next month. The Great Bake Off is made by Love Productions who also produce Make Bradford British and My Last Summer which have been sold to the Netherlands. Make Bradford British has been snapped up by Netherlands BNN-VARA to air on Ned 1 while the My Last Summer format has been sold to broadcaster RTL. 

This month at MIPCOM, BBC Worldwide will launch entertainment format Tumble which sees celebrities being paired with experts to take part in gymnastic challenges and being pushed to their physical limits. Produced by BBC Entertainment, it is a shiny-floor family TV show bringing together music, glamour, celebrities and competition inspired by the world of circus and gymnastics. Head judge of the UK version and legendary five-time Gold medal Olympic gymnast, Nadia Comăneci will be in Cannes along with Katie Taylor, UK Controller of Entertainment Production at BBC and Rachel Arnold, Tumble’s Executive Producer.