A 60min TV documentary about the black British composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor presented by Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE, the founder of the Chineke! Orchestra. She asks why he's been forgotten and questions the ongoing lack of diversity in the world of classical music.
Originally broadcast on Sky Arts this was also screened at the LSE as part of their Black History Month programme of events.
Half-hour documentary broadcast on both BBC One and BBC Four. Dan Snow looks at the work of Nottinghamshire artist Arthur Spooner, whose paintings faithfully record events and people as he saw them. He looks in detail at the 1926 painting of “The Goose Fair” and asks how much this tells us about Nottinghamshire in this era.
NATIONAL TREASURES LIVE was a prime-time BBC One history programme presented by Dan Snow and Sian Williams. I edited a recurring feature that appeared in every episode, in which Dan Snow and his friend Michael Douglas travelled the whole of the UK to explore various sites of historical significance. Totalling around 30 minutes, the segments were a fun, informative and popular part of the show.
Completing what I can only refer to as my Dan Snow Trilogy, this package was broadcast as part of BBC One’s flagship prime-time magazine programme THE ONE SHOW. The episode was a special extended show and formed part of the BBC’s commemorative broadcasting for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
This 25 minute film traces the history and the precarious future of Nottingham's lace industry through rare archive footage and first-hand accounts by those who worked and continue to work at Cluny Lace, Nottingham.
Made for TVE’s “Life on the Edge” series and broadcast on BBC World News to a potential global audience of 76 million viewers.
A feature item that saw UKIP MEP and climate change denier Roger Helmer visit a team of climate scientists at the University Of Leicester. The scientists showed him their evidence, Roger retaliated with some clippings from the Daily Mail.
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