“Frictionless Trade”: Fact or Friciton?

We’ve heard a lot of chat about ‘frictionless trade’ after Brexit. But what does that actually mean? We put the idea to BBC Inside Out South East and they were keen to find out too, so we put together a road trip with BBC South East’s Political Corresponsent Helen Catt, van driver Ciaran Donovan and…

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Seals film on Inside Out

Our film about Dartmouth’s Grey Seals with Maya Plass is on BBC Inside Out on Monday 3rd September at 1930hrs and then after that on BBC iPlayer. The film looks at how hard it is for the small grey seal colony near Dartmouth to thrive because of pressures from tourism. it features contributions from Stephen…

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Grey Seals in Dartmouth

Had an amazing time last week filming grey seals for a film for BBC Inside Out with the wonderful Maya Plass, marine bilogist and with Dartmouth boat skipper Chris Craven.                 Grey seals are most common in the UK in the North East and in Scotland, but the…

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Drones

Lighting Cameraman Andrew Johnstone has just completed his CAA drone pilot training and Wild Dog is now able to offer aerial cinematography to its list of services for broadcast and commercial clients. “I am not expecting to replace specialist drone film companies”, says Johnstone, “but there are many instances when the ability to shoot aerial…

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Dartmoor film with Nick Baker on iPlayer

We are thrilled by the feedback from the screening our Dartmoor film last night on BBC1. We have had a 14% audience share in the South West –  very high apparently! “It was an excellent early evening programme.  Informative, entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable.  A rare treat and a very welcome exception to the rule these…

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Dartmoor – from darkness into light

Our film about Dartmoor, part of the BBC’s Civilisations Stories series, will be on BBC 1 South West on Monday 30 April 2018 at 7.30pm. Presenter Nick Baker journeys across Dartmoor to discover the artists and artisans that brought its wild and raw beauty into the public imagination. “We filmed in some great locations across…

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Sea Cities Brighton

“I was over the moon with the reception of my Brighton film on Sea Cities this week”, says Producer Director Andrew Johnstone. “BBC2 were very happy as the show had 1.7 million viewers. For the slot on Tuesday at 1900hrs and in the current climate that was apparently very good.” The film has been well…

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