We know how to make compelling audio. Our productions range from BBC Radio 4 and World Service documentaries, Archive on 4 and Radio 3’s The Essay, to the award-winning Space Boffins podcast.
From editorial content to polished feature, we can help you get the most out of the medium by providing professional recording, editing and mixing facilities at minimal cost – we can even make you a jingle. If you don’t want one of our recommended broadcasters to present, we can help you achieve your presenting potential. We run training courses in podcasting and train teachers to use radio techniques in the classroom. Many of our podcast projects also include providing video and still photos.
For details on programmes presented by Richard and Sue, please see our About pages. Here are some short extracts from some of our recent productions:
Women with the Right Stuff
BBC World Service documentary presented by the legendary Wally Funk
Beating the Detector
In this BBC Radio 4 documentary, Anjana Ahuja asks if polygraphs - or lie detectors - should be used to monitor UK sex offenders
The Man with the Mohican
One man inspired a teenage David Morrissey to become an actor. His name is Roger Hill. But in Liverpool, from the late 1970s to the early 1990s, he was known as the Man with the Mohican (BBC Radio 4)
A Home in Space
European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti – back on Earth after 200 days in space – tells the full story of the International Space Station for BBC World Service
Extract from an interview with British astronaut Tim Peake
When Britain had the Right Stuff
Archive on 4 on the history of Brits in space for BBC Radio 4