Blog posts by year and month May 2014

Posts (6)

  1. Capturing life in the favelas beyond the clichéd stories for BBC Two's three-part documentary.

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  2. 'Having lived in the Manchester of the mid-90s I really wanted to accurately capture the feel of the period: the clothes, the fashion and most importantly the music.'

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  3. 'We found ourselves irresistibly drawn into stories of luck, loss, penury, ego, attack and scandal.' Assistant producer Charlotte Gittins discusses how she discovered the female artists that were hidden from the art history books in the BBC Two documentary.

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  4. 'They were thrust into a job they hadn’t asked for ... which practically destroyed their personal lives.’ Curator and presenter Lucy Worsley shares her favourite stories about the German kings and queens in the BBC Four documentary. 

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  5. 'He's not seeking a way out of living, he's looking to somehow start a new life.' Playing zombie hero Kieren Walker in the second series of BBC Three's undead drama.

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  6. 'Building up trust and understanding over not just weeks, but months, was essential to filming.' Series producer Alice Perman on the sensitivities of filming the elderly care system for the BBC Two documentary.

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