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  • 5 Live’s Ballot Box Brigade

    5 live’s Ballot Box Brigade was a unique programme where ordinary voters gave a real insight into the 2015 General Election.

    Our select ‘brigade’ of listeners were tasked with recording their views during the campaign and passed judgement on the debates, interviews, policy announcements, and any gaffes that took place in the weeks running up to the election.

    The programme was presented by Jenny Éclair, who said, “I love seeing how people[…]

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  • Good Morning Vietnam Revisited

    Adrian Cronauer was no ordinary DJ.  When he was on air for Armed Forces Radio in Saigon there was a gun by one of the turntables and every few years the radio station was blown up by the Viet Cong.  Adrian had chosen Vietnam as a posting as he wanted to see the Far East, but by the time he got there in early 1965, this former sleepy French colonial outpost had become a warzone.
    In the late 1970’s Adrian wrote a sitcom based on his experiences[…]

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  • CBeebies – Granny Anne’s Joke World

    Granny Anne’s Joke World is a new 10 part, 10 minute series for CBeebies Radio that takes children into a magical world where jokes come to life!  When mum pops out to the shops, Granny Anne comes round to babysit her two grandchildren Max and Maya, who always beg her to open up her magical joke book.  Characters and animals fill the house, bringing fun and chaos that all has to be sorted by the time mum gets back.  The children encounter elephants[…]

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  • In Session with Courtney Barnett

    Recorded in the legendary Maida Vale studios for BBC Radio 1 & the BBC iPlayer, Australian singer songwriter Courtney Barnett performed four tracks from her new album and spoke to Annie Mac.

    Known for her rambling but emotive lyrics and deadpan singing style, Courtney is about to begin a UK tour ahead of this summer’s festival season where she will be playing at both Glastonbury and Greenman among others.

    The tracks featured are:

    1.[…]

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  • Queen – A Rock & Symphonic Spectacular

    Last week TBI Director Of Events, Andrew Wyke, produced a sell out concert at Symphony Hall, Birmingham.

    Queen – A Rock & Symphonic Spectacular featured the City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, together with performers and musicians who have starred in the West End production of We Will Rock You, performing a full concert of classic Queen hits.

    The concert was part of the CBSO ‘Friday Night Classics’ series and follows performances[…]

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  • Keep The Home Fires Burning – BBC Radio 2

    Many people have heard of Ivor Novello, due to the music awards that bare his name, but few know the fascinating story of the man himself and the song that made him.

    As part of the BBC’s World War 1 centenary season, Don Black marked 100 years since ‘Keep The Home Fires Burning’ first became popular. A favourite with both those in the trenches and on the home front, it made Novello a fortune. This song launched the career that saw him become the[…]

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  • Delivering The King’s Speech – BBC World Service

    TBI Media’s first ever documentary for the BBC World Service, Delivering The King’s Speech marked the 75th anniversary of King George VI’s declaration of war against Germany. Presenter Louise Minchin hears the untold story of the King’s Speech and discovers how it reached the entire world.

    Inspired by the discovery of the original pressing of the speech in the EMI Archives – bound in goatskin leather and signed by the King himself – Louise[…]

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  • Elvis: That’s All Right 60 Years On

    On 5th July 1954, a 19-year-old Elvis Presley walked into Sun Studio and recorded three tracks.

     

    To markthe anniversary of Elvis’s historic recording, Hollywood actor and musician Sam Palladio hosted That’s All Right: 60 Years On live from Sun Studio in Memphis.

     

    Artists including The Pierces, Laura Bell Bundy and Candi Staton performed the songs Elvis recorded that night as well as other classics live on BBC Radio 2 then[…]

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  • Guitar Stories

    As part of BBC Radio 2’s ‘Guitar Season’, TBI Media made two short films showing the intimate relationships guitarists have with their instrument.

    In the first, Joe Bonamassa tells us why the Les Paul 1959 Standard is the guitar’s answer to a Stradivarius. Filmed at John Henry Studios, London.

    In the second, we find Richard Hawley in his rehearsal room at Yellow Arch studios, trying and failing not to get sentimental about his favourite instrument.

    Richard[…]

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5 Live’s Ballot Box Brigade
5 Live’s Ballot Box Brigade

5 live’s Ballot Box Brigade was[…]

Good Morning Vietnam Revisited
Good Morning Vietnam Revisited

Adrian Cronauer was no ordinary DJ.[…]

CBeebies – Granny Anne’s Joke World
CBeebies – Granny Anne’s[...]

Granny Anne’s Joke World is a new[…]

In Session with Courtney Barnett
In Session with Courtney Barnett

Recorded in the legendary Maida Vale[…]

Queen – A Rock & Symphonic Spectacular
Queen – A Rock & Symphonic[...]

Last week TBI Director Of Events, Andrew[…]

Keep The Home Fires Burning – BBC Radio 2
Keep The Home Fires Burning –[...]

Many people have heard of Ivor Novello,[…]

Delivering The King’s Speech – BBC World Service
Delivering The King’s Speech[...]

TBI Media’s first ever documentary[…]

Elvis: That’s All Right 60 Years On
Elvis: That’s All Right 60[...]

On 5th July 1954, a 19-year-old Elvis[…]

Guitar Stories
Guitar Stories

As part of BBC Radio 2’s ‘Guitar[…]

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