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THE MESSAGE – BBC3 sketch show

Broadcast on BBC3 TV in 2006, THE MESSAGE was a development of my BBCR4 sketch show ‘Radio9’ and was similarly based around a broadcaster (‘The Message’) whose programming was submerged and usurped by a deluge of terrible promos and inappropriate advertising. So quite like actual television.

‘Nosebleed-inducingly funny, The Message takes a sledgehammer to all that is smug, self-regarding and pompous about Public Service broadcasting. There’s a distinct danger that this will be mistaken for real programming’. – Time Out

Watch all six episodes of THE MESSAGE on Vimeo

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EVERYTHING BUT THE SCORE – song composition for film & TV

Over the years I’ve written soundtracks for various of my own projects; Radio9, Acts of Godfrey, Wonder, Cracking Up, as well as title music for MTV, Rapido and Channel 4. Whilst editing the film Finding Your Feet I wrote all of the incidental songs as well as the film’s title song ‘Running To The Future’ which was sung by Elkie Brooks.

In 2017 I produced several songs for Channel 4’s sci-fi series Electric Dreams including a cover of Syd Barrat’s ‘Octopus’ with Robyn Hitchcock and Graham Coxon.

Hear more on my music production website

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THE MESSAGE – BBC3 sketch show

Broadcast on BBC3 TV in 2006, THE MESSAGE was a development of my BBCR4 sketch show ‘Radio9’ and was similarly based around a broadcaster (‘The Message’) whose programming was submerged and usurped by a deluge of terrible promos and inappropriate advertising. So quite like actual television.

‘Nosebleed-inducingly funny, The Message takes a sledgehammer to all that is smug, self-regarding and pompous about Public Service broadcasting. There’s a distinct danger that this will be mistaken for real programming’. – Time Out

Watch all six episodes of THE MESSAGE on Vimeo

Read More
Video

EVERYTHING BUT THE SCORE – song composition for film & TV

Over the years I’ve written soundtracks for various of my own projects; Radio9, Acts of Godfrey, Wonder, Cracking Up, as well as title music for MTV, Rapido and Channel 4. Whilst editing the film Finding Your Feet I wrote all of the incidental songs as well as the film’s title song ‘Running To The Future’ which was sung by Elkie Brooks.

In 2017 I produced several songs for Channel 4’s sci-fi series Electric Dreams including a cover of Syd Barrat’s ‘Octopus’ with Robyn Hitchcock and Graham Coxon.

Hear more on my music production website

Read More

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