PRODUCED BY BBC COMEDY for BBC3
4 x 30min - Series 1 - BBC3/BBC1
Produced by Lucy Armitage, Exec Produced by Rebecca Papworth.
Created, written by and starring Dane Baptiste.
**Nominated British Comedy Guide - Best New Comedy 2016
Dane a 30 something male lives at home with his parents. He dislikes his job, loves his girlfriend, and dislikes his twin sister. He works hard to make everything better, yet some how makes things worse in a hilarious manner.
Starring Don Warrington MBE, Katherine Ryan, Liz Hume-Dawson, David Ajao, Sasha Frost, Akemnji Ndifornyen, Samantha Baines and Gbemisola Ikumelo.
THE GUARDIAN - Dane Baptiste’s sitcom is dizzyingly hilarious
(the world's greatest underachiever)
PRODUCED BY KINDLE ENTERTAINMENT & SCREEN YORKSHIRE, for DHX MEDIA/ CBBC & WALKER PRODS
(13 x 25min, Series 1, CBBC) Now on HBO MAX
Produced by Siobhan Bachman & Ali Carron.
Exec Produced by Anne Brogan & Sue Nott.
Based on the books created and written by Henry Winkler & Lin Oliver. Head writer for the series, Joe Williams.
** Nominated Royal Television Society Award - Children’s Best Fiction - 2015
** Nominated International Emmy - Kids Series - 2016
** Nominated BANF Best Rookie Nominee - Children’s comedy - 2014.
Hank Zipzer is a comedy about a young boy struggling through school because of his dyslexia.
Starring Henry Winkler, Felicity Montagu, Juliet Cowean, Neil Fitzmaurice, Nick Mohammed, Vincenzo Nicoli, and introducing Nicholas James, Maddie Holliday, Jude Foley and Jayden Jean-Paul Dennis.
Directing 7 episodes as 2nd block director for the acclaimed first series.Bex's final episode of the first series - 'First Date Dilemma' written by Joe Williams was nominated for 'Best Fiction' at the Royal Television Society Awards.
PRODUCED BY COMPANY PICTURES for BBC Four
4 x 30mins, Comedy - Series 1.
Producer Katie Mavroleon, Exec Producer: Judy Counihan, Alex Moody. Created & Written by Frog Stone.
** Selected Broadcast Award 2017 - People’s Choice Award
Reserved history teacher Fran has long had a strained relationship with her eccentric, free-spirit mother Mim. When Mim announces that she is dying Fran feels obliged to accompany her on a road trip ticking off items on her bucket list.
Starring Frog Stone, Miriam Margolyes, Stephanie Beacham, Catherine Shepherd, Cyril Nri, and Maggie Steed.
THE TELEGRAPH - Tenderness, fury and lashings of gynaecology
PRODUCED BY - LION TELEVISION / CITRUS TELEVISION
(13 x 30min series, CBBC)
Location Director - Dominic Bridgstocke, Studio Director - Steve Connolly . Series Producer: Caroline Norris, Exec Producer: Richard Bradley.
*** WINNER Children’s BAFTA - Best Comedy 2011
*** WINNER British Comedy Award - Best Sketch Show 2011
*** WINNER Kidscreen Award - Best Acting - Main Cast 2011
*** WINNER Kidscreen Award - Best Kids Non Animation Series 2011
A group of British comedians show the sides of history they don't teach you in school. From the 'Savage Stone Age' to the 'Troublesome 20th Century', you see the full side to history.
Starring - Mat Baynton, Simon Farnaby, Martha Howe-Douglas, Jim Howick, Larry Rickard , Ben Willbond, Dominique Moore, Jessica Ranson, Lawry Lewin, and Alice Lowe.
Bex's sketches also featured guest start: David Baddiel.
Having worked on the first and second series as Script Supervisor, Caroline and Dominic were supportive in giving Bex the opportunity to direct ten sketches across the series on location and in studio.
All of her sketches were transmitted across the multi-award winning 3rd series on CBBC.
IT MIGHT NEVER HAPPEN
PRODUCED BY EGGS COLLECTIVE, for BBC Arts
(3 part mini-series, BBC Arts, Online)
Produced & Directed by: Rebecca Rycroft.
Executive Produced by: Lamia Dabboussey & Eggs Collective
Created, written by & Starring - Sara Cocker, Lowri Evans and Léonie Higgins.
**Nominated Royal Television Society NW - Best Comedy Programme 2019
**Nominated for inspiring innovation - Manchester Culture Awards 2019
Mr Benn meets Endgame (Beckett, not Avengers). An offbeat take on the legendary shops featured in decades of TV comedies.
Has the apocalypse happened? Very possibly, but inside Eggs Collective's shop routine reigns and it’s pretty much business as usual. Except for the fact that there aren’t any customers and the staff never leave.
Broadcast in 2019 and made in Manchester (written in the beloved Star & Garter and filmed in an empty shop on Tib Street), Smile Love It Might Never Happen was made by a crew that was 66% female.
PRODUCED BY CHANNEL X for CBBC / ABC / INGENIOUS
7 x 30min Comedy - Series 1 - Also now on NETFLIX
Creator/Writer Julie Bower, Producer Sally Martin.
Exec Producer Sue Knott, Alan Marke & Jim Reid.
*** Broadcast Award WINNER 2016 - Best Children's Fiction
***BAFTA Nominated 2016 - Best Children's Comedy
Three best friends, trying to make their way through school and
life, without embarrassment from parents, teachers and students.
Introducing an incredible young cast : Cleo Demetriou, Sophia Dall'aglio, Ameerah Falzon-Ojo, Jamie Flatters and Archie Lyndhurst, and the wonderfully talented Carla Mendonca, Susan Earl, Vicky Hall, Jo Neary and Clive Rowe.
*** Broadcast Award Winner 2016 - Best Children's Fiction
This was delivered with a lightness of touch and a slick filming style, including some imaginative and heightened pre-title sequences that impressed the judges. “It’s really funny, smart and witty, with a real spark to it,”
DANNY & MICK
PRODUCED BY TIGER ASPECT for CBBC
20 x 15 min episodes - Series 1 + 2
Created & Exec Produced by Tom Beattie
Produced by David Simpson
Written by Ciaran Murtagh & Andrew Barnett Jones.
Incredible slapstick sitcom starring two brothers.
Danny is the junior team member at Pottsfield Leisure Centre. His (very big) little brother Mick is the centre's one and only security guard.
Starring Danny Adams, Mick Potts, Clive Webb, Rob Carter, Shalini Peiris, and Nina Wadia.
Guest Starring - Nadine Doyle, Dane Baptiste, Vicky Hall, Dave Benson-Philips, Luke Cutforth, and Jason Gardiner.
REVIEW- What a breath of fresh air this show is. Two comedy performers in complete synchronicity with each other, bringing old school slapstick to a modern audience. The joy is twofold, you get the comedy itself which ranges from slosh scenes to more knockabout humour, but there's also the joy of watching such skilled performers at work. And at just twelve minutes long, each episode is a perfect pick me up.