Doctor Who: Series 9

The ninth series of the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who premiered on 19 September 2015 with “The Magician’s Apprentice” and concluded on 5 December 2015 with “Hell Bent“. The series was led by head writer and executive producer Steven Moffat, alongside executive producer Brian Minchin. Nikki Wilson, Peter Bennett, and Derek Ritchie served as producers. The series is the ninth to air following the […]

Murdered by My Father

Murdered by My Father is a one-off British drama written by Vinay Patel, directed by Bruce Goodison and produced by Toby Welch, and starring Adeel Akhtar and Kiran Sonia Sawar, that first aired on BBC Onein March 2016. The drama tells the story of a honour killing of a British Asian Muslim teenage girl by her father.[1][2][3] Robbie was employed as assistant  & assembly editor on this […]

The Casual Vacancy

The Casual Vacancy is a 2015 British miniseries based on the novel of the same title by J. K. Rowling.[5] Directed by Jonny Campbell and written by Sarah Phelps, the series premiered on 15 February 2015 in the United Kingdom and on 29 April 2015 in the United States.[6] Robbie was employed as assistant editor throughout this production whilst cutting numerous teasers & trailers.  

My Mad Fat Diary – Series 2

My Mad Fat Diary is a BAFTA-nominated British comedy-drama television series that debuted on E4 on 14 January 2013. It is based on My Fat, Mad Teenage Diary written by Rae Earl.[1] The second series started on 17 February 2014 and ended on 31 March 2014, with each episode posted on 4oD a week prior […]

My Mad Fat Diary – Series 1

My Mad Fat Diary is a BAFTA-nominated British comedy-drama television series that debuted on E4 on 14 January 2013. It is based on My Fat, Mad Teenage Diary written by Rae Earl.[1] The second series started on 17 February 2014 and ended on 31 March 2014, with each episode posted on 4oD a week prior […]

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 […]

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 […]