Trevor Dann's Company is an award-winning UK-based independent producer creating quality audio for BBC and commercial radio and a number of corporate clients. We also offer a variety of training and consultancy services.
Filming Martin Simpson in Stefan Sobell’s workshop for Radio 2’s Guitar Season
Stephanie Hirst with Sam & Amy preparing for our Radio Review of 2014 for BBC Radio 5Live
Veteran Welsh surfers celebrate 50 years surfing in Langland. Our programme for BBC Wales May 26th
The Broadcast Authority of Ireland awarded us a grant to make a documentary about Radio Caroline to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its fitting out in Greenore. Declan Meehan presented The Pirate Port on Newstalk 106-108.
Jane Garvey (R4) and Geoff Lloyd (Absolute) co-presented the Radio Review of 2013 for BBC Radio 5Live. It was our third annual programme for the network celebrating the highlights of the year and discussing the issues facing UK radio.
Helen Zaltzman & Olly Mann presented our two-part documentary about the history of podcasting for BBC Radio 4 in April 2014.
JM Keynes painted by Roger Fry
Economist JM Keynes used British government money to buy paintings in Paris during WW1. Most went to the National Gallery but he kept one – Cezanne’s ‘Pommes’ – for himself. It spent some time under a hedge in Sussex. Nicholas Wapshott told the story on Radio 4 in May 2014
Building Bridges, our programme about Middle 8s, was repeated by BBC Radio 4 in February 2014. Here are presenter Midge Ure and contributor Boo Hewerdine during the recording session in 2013.
The Listeners’ Archive – All BBC
TDC developed this project as part of the BBC’s 90th Anniversary celebrations. Listeners to all BBC radio services were asked to scour their attics and cupboard, look under their beds at the back old drawers to find tapes of BBC programmes which were never saved. The results were remarkable. Read more …
Sounds of the 20th Century – Radio 2
Our landmark 50 part series recalling the triumphs and the trivia, the personalities and the pop music of every year from 1951 to 2000 ran from April 2011 to March 2012 on BBC Radio 2. It garnered many press plaudits, won a New York radio festival Award for Best History Programme and became the BBC’s most engaged programme on social media for 18 weeks, beating Chris Moyles and BBC1’s Question Time. Read more …