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We are thrilled to announce that we have been nominated again this year for the Audio Production Awards. Philippa Geering is nominated for Best Factual Producer with ‘The Benefits of Nakedness’, and Adam Fowler, who already won the Best Sound Designer Award in 2018 and is up for the award again this year with ‘Hurricane Bells’. Now…

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Our new programme, Rwanda’s Returnees is coming up next on BBC radio 4.  The arts are flourishing in Rwanda. This richness in theatre, literature, dance, film and photography has been made possible by exiled Rwandan artists who moved back home after the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi. Many of them were born overseas. Their parents fled…

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We are delighted to announce that our programme Pursuit of Beauty: Hurricane Bells, produced by Matthew Teller and Adam Fowler, has been shortlisted for the AIBS Awards 2019. The Awards celebrate the most talented international actual television, radio, audio and online productions and we are thrilled to nominated for the Best Arts and Culture Feature. The programme…

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According to the most recent Home Office statistics, the largest national grouping held in slavery here in the UK is British. Sangita Myska uncovers the hidden story of these victims, revealing who they are and how their enslavement can happen within the UK’s borders. Speaking to Emilie Martin of the Salvation Army, the Independent Anti-Slavery…

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We are delighted to announce that our very own Philippa has been nominated as one of the 2019 finalists of the DARA (Documentary Audio Recognition Award). The winner and runner-up of the DARA will be announced on the evening of Thursday 5th September at the Regent’s Street Cinema as part of Open City Documentary Festival.…

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BBC Radio 4: 13:30pm Transmission Date: 4 August 2019 Produced by Adam Fowler We follow Adam Fowler as he records artists at work in different locations – from the ramparts of a ruined Northumberland castle to a small, echoing chamber – to test how their creativity is affected by the acoustics of a space. There has been plenty…

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