Talkback Thames was a British television production company, a division of Fremantle Media. It was formed by the merger of Talkback Productions and Thames Television, the former ITV network franchisee for London on weekdays between 30 July 1968 and New Year's Eve, 31 December 1992. This merger was arranged in February 2003.
The company also included, as subsidiaries, several other production companies owned by FremantleMedia, including the UK arm of Reg Grundy Productions; comedy specialists Alomo Productions and William G. Stewart's company Regent Productions.
The CEO of talkbackThames was Sara Geater, who took up the post in October 2010, replacing Lorraine Heggessey, who had been CEO of talkbackTHAMES from 2005 to 2010. She in turn, replaced Peter Fincham, who had been CEO of Talkback from 1986 to 2003 and then of Talkback Thames from 2003. Fincham left to take over Heggessey's previous job as Controller of BBC One.