Beauty and the Beast: Concert Experience
TBI Media team up with Disney to mark the worldwide release of Beauty and the Beast. Across the film’s opening weekend of March 17th – 19th TBI hosted three events at London’s Leicester Square Odeon.
Audience members were treated to an exclusive pre-show concert performance before enjoying the film in its entirety. The performance featured musicians from the Disney Concert Orchestra, plus singers and chorus, combined with scenes from the[…]More
World Cup ’66 Live
On Saturday 30th July, exactly 50 years after England kicked off against West Germany, TBI with BBC Radio 2 broadcast World Cup ’66 Live from the SSE Arena, Wembley.More
Drama, music, history and sport combined into a once in a lifetime event as we retold the story of the historic game England football fans will never forget. Told in real time, on an epic theatrical scale, this ground breaking approach was broadcast live yards from where the original[…]
On the 12th June, TBI united with Classic FM at the Theatre Royal to celebrate her Majesty’s 90th Birthday. The evening featured exceptional performances from some of the country’s finest classical musicians. The concert was recorded for broadcast on Sky Arts the following day.
To mark the occasion, presenters Myleene Klass and Bill Turnbull took the audience on a journey through the Queen’s last 90 years, with actors Anita Dobson and David[…]More
Something Understood on BBC Radio 4
A fixture on Radio 4 since 1995, Something Understood takes on some of the larger questions of life. Each episode explores a spiritual or religious theme through music, prose and poetry. At TBI we are thrilled to have won the contract to produce 32 episodes of Something Understood a year for BBC Radio 4 from April 2016.
Our early episodes have included Rowan Williams examining recognitions and reunions in the context of the Easter narratives, and[…]More
The Boy Who Gave His Heart Away on BBC Radio 4
The Boy Who Gave His Heart Away is a moving five-part series on BBC Radio 4. Writer and journalist Cole Moreton tells the gripping true story of two teenage boys who fall critically ill at the same time. Despite never having met and both living miles apart, their lives quickly become intertwined, but only one survives. This extraordinary documentary reveals how the ending of one life can miraculously save another.
All episodes are available here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07f4j2b
Magic of the Musicals
On Monday 23rd of May, TBI joined forces with Magic Radio to produce Magic of the Musicals from the Royal Albert Hall.
This one off event featured casts from London’s West End shows; Disney’s The Lion King, Hairspray, MAMMA MIA! Matilda The Musical, Guys and Dolls, In the Heights, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Wicked, Beautiful – The Carol King Story and Sunny Afternoon.
We were privileged to have West End star Ruthie Henshall presenting[…]More
Virgin Radio Launch
The Challenge: Launch a brand new UK radio station, on a train travelling from Manchester to London, with 2 presenters and 5 music acts performing on route.
On the 31st March 2016 TBI Media, working closely with Virgin Trains and network rail, achieved just that.
With presenters Edith Bowman and Matt Richardson in position, the train departed on time from Manchester Piccadilly station and travelled first to Crewe, then on to Birmingham International,[…]More
The Magic of Christmas
For the second year in a row TBI Media headed to the London Palladium to produce ‘The Magic of Christmas’. This year’s event was hosted by Melanie C alongside Magic Radio’s Breakfast host Nick Snaith. The show saw fantastic festive performances from artists including Emeli Sandé, The Shires, Birdy, Ward Thomas, Rebecca Ferguson and Jack Savoretti with Rick Astley closing the 2016 show with his 80’s classic ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’.
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In a world where the sugar tax is so high that fizzy drinks are no longer produced and the premier nations are dropping out of the FIFA[…]More