The Sweeney

The Sweeney is a 2012 British action drama film, inspired by the 1970s The Sweeney, the British television police drama of the same name, but set in contemporary London. Directed and written by Nick Love, and co-written by John Hodge, it is based on the characters created by Ian Kennedy Martin. It stars Ray Winstone […]

Mr Biscuit

A desperately lonely night shift worker must overcome some of life’s little challenges with the help of an unlikely friend. Robbie was writer & director on this film which screened at festivals around the world. www.facebook.com/MrBiscuitfilm/

The Reckoning

The Reckoning is a British television drama starring Ashley Jensen and Max Beesley.[1] It was broadcast in two parts by ITV on 18 and 19 April 2011.[2] Sally Wilson, a single mother, has been bequeathed £5 million, but she must kill a man who deserves to die in order to get the money. Sally doesn’t […]

Amnesty TV

The fortnightly 15 minute magazine-style show, that mixes satirical comedy, stunts, breaking-news exclusives, short documentaries and outspoken opinion with global human rights campaigns, launched on the 15th July and the first three episodes are available to view at www.amnestytv.co.uk .   Previous Amnesty TV highlights included a polemic on internet freedom by Wikipedia founder Jimmy […]

Darlow Smithson Productions

DSP is one of the world’s leading television production companies achieving widespread recognition for producing films and television programmes for UK, US and international broadcasters. Landmark productions include drama ratings-hit The Mill, feature-length drama-documentaries such as Hawking and Touching the Void and documentaries like Richard III: The King in the Car Park. Robbie was employed as inhouse assistant […]

You Don’t Have to be a Superhero to Work Here… But it Helps!!!!

You Don’t Have to be a Superhero to Work Here… But it Helps!!!! is a 10-part comedy web series set in the world of the ‘Disaster Communications Centre – a call centre for superheroes. When the world is in peril make sure you make a call to your local DCC who will dispatch the appropriate […]

Community Channel

The channel was originally launched on 18 September 2000 as The Community Channel, with programming focused on promoting volunteerism and charitable organizations. It was initially backed by other British broadcasters, who provided resources and other programming to the service. After selling its previous Freeview slot to A&E Networks in 2017, the channel re-launched on Freeview […]