What’s On: Long Form – Editing – July / August / September – 2019
Peter Taylor: My Journey Through The Troubles
Production: BBC Northern Ireland
Editor: Simon Abrahams
In a uniquely personal journey on the 50th anniversary of the deployment of British troops in August 1969, Peter Taylor reflects on almost a half century of covering the Northern Ireland conflict.
It's available on BBC Iplayer! | More
Inside The Bruderhof
Editor: Dave Jacobs
With unique access to this historically private community, Inside The Bruderhof enters the village of Darvell, where for almost 50 years, an extraordinary radical Christian community, The Bruderhof, has lived outside of mainstream society. This observational documentary holds a mirror up to modern Britain -with its consumerist concerns, high crime and deprivation rate - and looks at this community’s simple and arguably utopian way of life, whilst exploring the personal cost and sacrifice required to live there.
Big in The Valleys
Production: Sundog Pictures
Editor: Aldo Paternostro, Hardeep Takhar
With millennials set to be the heaviest generation since records began, this series visits the Welsh Valleys, which has some of the highest obesity rates in Wales.
It's available to watch on BBC Iplayer!
The Best Little Prison in Britain
Production: Amazing Productions
Editor: Gabriel Edvy
With access all areas, from sentencing to rehabilitation, parole and probation, this series opens the doors on Jurby Prison on the Isle of Man. In this very unique institution we meet the men, women and juveniles all held in the same place.
You can catch up on it on ITV Hub! | More
Sunderland 'Til I Die
Production: Fulwell 73
Editor: Jonathan Stenton
The English city of Sunderland has seen its main industries of shipbuilding and mining fall by the wayside, which means the Sunderland Association Football Club -- SAFC -- has become an increasingly more important part of the lifeblood of the unique city. The club's fans are some of the most passionate and loyal in sports, but their passion is tested following SAFC's relegation. The docuseries follows the clubs journey through its season from inside the club and from the fans perspective. | More