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  • 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. 
    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[…]

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  • 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[…]

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  • 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 at the Musicals

    On Thursday 4th May 2017, TBI once again joined forces with Magic Radio to produce the second annual Magic at the Musicals from the Royal Albert Hall.

    This year’s event featured casts from some London’s favourite West End shows including; MAMMA MIA!, SCHOOL OF ROCK! and Dreamgirls. Plus, Disney’s The Lion King and Aladdin, as well as, a first look at a number of upcoming shows not yet in Theatres.

    The shows’ casts were supported throughout[…]

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  • 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,[…]

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  • 2035

    “Good afternoon, wherever you’re listening to us, be that on earth, in the space station, on the surface of Mars, or just at home with a cup of hot miso. Thank you for choosing to stream News Feed First; made in Britain, trusted worldwide and for the last decade, the world’s favourite streaming channel.”

    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[…]

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  • The Life and Death of a Smartphone

    As part of the BBC’s ‘Make It Digital’ season, Radio 1’s Adele Roberts delved deep into the inner workings of our smartphones exploring the design process and the intricate science behind many of the apps we have come to love. We also heard about the process of mining the materials and the environmental impact it has.
    Listen to the programme here. It will be available for 30 days after broadcast.

  • The Battle of Britain at 75

    On Friday 18th September 2015 Jeremy Vine, Dermot O’Leary & Sophie Raworth shared the incredible story of  “The Battle of Britain” live from the Biggin Hill airfield.
    Using the words of those who experienced it first hand, the presenters were joined on stage by a team of actors, lead by Simon Callow and Martin Shaw.
    Music, performed by BBC Concert Orchestra and the RAF Squadronaires, underscored the entire production and featured special[…]

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  • The Problem of Pain – A Slow Motion Catastrophe

    We are all living longer, but for many that will mean suffering chronic pain for longer too and it’s estimated that by 2018 the NHS will need an additional £5 billion to deal with such conditions.

    Unlike acute pain – when we stub our toe or stand too close to a fire – chronic pain doesn’t go away and cannot be cured by conventional medicines.
    In this programme Dr Sarah Goldingay from the University of Exeter investigates new approaches to dealing[…]

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World Cup ’66 Live
World Cup ’66 Live

On Saturday 30th July, exactly 50 years[…]

Something Understood on BBC Radio 4
Something Understood on BBC Radio[...]

A fixture on Radio 4 since 1995, Something[…]

The Boy Who Gave His Heart Away on BBC Radio 4
The Boy Who Gave His Heart Away[...]

The Boy Who Gave His Heart Away is a[…]

Magic at the Musicals
Magic at the Musicals

On Thursday 4th May 2017, TBI once again[…]

Virgin Radio Launch
Virgin Radio Launch

The Challenge: Launch a brand new UK[…]

2035
2035

“Good afternoon, wherever you’re[…]

The Life and Death of a Smartphone
The Life and Death of a Smartphone

As part of the BBC’s ‘Make It Digital’[…]

The Battle of Britain at 75
The Battle of Britain at 75

On Friday 18th September 2015 Jeremy[…]

The Problem of Pain – A Slow Motion Catastrophe
The Problem of Pain – A Slow[...]

We are all living longer, but for many[…]

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