Horrible Histories -'Orrible Opera
Producer: Simon Wilson
Part of the BBC Proms season at London’s Royal Albert Hall, introducing us to the world of opera. Experience the very best of music’s biggest, bloodiest and most dramatic genre, and discover the stories behind some of opera’s best-loved tunes in the company of your favourite Horrible Histories characters with English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra
Director: Gary Williams
Set in post-World War II Britain, the show follows the adventures of 12-year-old Darrell Rivers as she leaves home to attend an all-girls' boarding school.
Director / Producer: Jon Rolph
Bafta Nominated: Short Form Programme
Biscuitland is the extraordinary everyday world that Jess creates and shares with everyone around her. Jess's Tourettes Syndrome and her surreal tics transform and inform her experience of life, work, friendship, and family. Rude, unexpected, challenging, and authentic, a day in the life of someone whose unusual neurology has ideas of its own - funny, surprising, and unfiltered in every way.
SKY Comedy Shorts: Silo
Director: Pheobe Bourke
Two very different Londoners, Marcus and Dipesh, suddenly find themselves in rural Norfolk. Drenched in urban arrogance, they find rural life to be nowhere near as idyllic and time-warped as Countryfile would have you believe.
Written by Tom Neenan, Kiell Smith-Bynoe and Sunil Patel, the episode stars Smith-Bynoe and Patel, with additional cast including Neenan, Sarah Hadland and Mark Heap
SKY Comedy Shorts: Real Friends
Directors: Rachel Stubbing / Ben Green
SKY Comedy Shorts: Past Caring
Director: Bethan Sellers
The Diary of My Broken Vagina
Director: Theresa Varga
Fran Bushe thinks that her vagina might be broken and she's determined to fix it in this Comedy Blap with a mix of Live action and animation it follows Fran through two points in her life. bringing a fresh and honest perspective to female sexual struggles, dealing with a very real problem head on in a laugh out loud way. This bold and brave female led comedy will probably teach us all something about sex
Directors: Robin Shepperd / Angela Griffin
Dun Breedin is a hot, sweaty, flashy and brutally honest show about the taboo subject that is the menopause. A show that puts women's sexuality, agency and worth under the spotlight. Set it Brighton it explores the experience of a group of women who have formed and forged relationships through marriage, births, deaths, depression, loss, domestic violence.
Director: Justine Priestley
Winning film of the Pears Short Film Fund 2020
When Lydia's grandma bestows a precious gift upon her, she knows it's going to be memorable - 'This is something to treasure your whole life. Happy 21st birthday bubelah.' Grandma hands her a cheque - for a nose job.
Directors: Akin Akinsiku, Eugenio Perez
Drama series mixing live action and animation about an ordinary boy who moves on to an extraordinary inner city estate, where he and his best friend solve daily problems and overcome childhood dilemmas.
Broadcast Awards 2018: “Best Pre-School Programme”
BAFTA Kids 2018 Nominated : “Best Live Action”
RTS 2018 Nominee
My Friend Misty
Director: Will Brenton
Mix of live action and animation the series aims to help children manage their emotions with coping tools as the animated character Misty interacts with the young actor in various scenarios.
When Emma Met William
Director / Editor
Emma Thompson travels to the Lake District for a behind the scenes look at her latest book, The Christmas Tale of Peter Rabbit. Here she meets up with the inspiration for her new tale, a turkey called William, but it doesn't quite go according to plan...
Director: George Kane
Comedy starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. Stephen prepares to take over the family business after his dad's death, but on the day of the funeral there's an unexpected mourner at the graveside.
A Discovery of Witches
Director: Philippa Langdale
By Any Means
Director: Mark Everest
By Any Means follows a clandestine unit living on the edge and playing the criminal elite at their own game, existing in the grey area between the letter of the law and true justice.
Director: Simon Delaney
Producer: Bernard Krichefski
Pilot for the series "So Awkward"
Here Comes the Queen