Here is some info on the television programmes I have written music for. Click on the pictures or the titles to read more about each project and to watch clips. Scroll down for more projects.
Five part documentary series in which the hugely popular Professor Brian Cox travels around the world to investigate the emergence of life from a physicist’s perspective.
A festive one-hour special of The Cat in the Hat for PBS for Christmas 2012.
Brand new series for BBC One tracing the spectacular story of how humans have transformed our world in a generation.
An animated children’s series about the adventures of Mike, a young knight in training.
Landmark BBC One Series exploring the inner workings of the human body, from the moment of conception to death.
“Sometimes a children’s programme comes along that’s so inspired it becomes just as popular with adults… and here’s another family hit from the brilliant creators of The Muppet Show”
Feature length drama-documentary considering the risks of redeploying Prince Harry to the frontline in Afghanistan, by examining what would happen if he was kidnapped while on military duty.
80 part animated series for kids, based on the characters from Dr Seuss’s classic books.
Four part BBC1 series exploring the life and work of the artists Picasso, Matisse, Dali and Warhol. Presenter Alastair Sooke looks at their influence on contemporary art, design and architecture.
I scored this popular three part BBC1 science series presented by Richard Hammond.
Multi award-winning animated children’s series produced by Tiger Aspect for BBC and the Disney Channel.
A six part series for BBC4 in which Owen Sheers unravels the story of one classic poem in each episode.
The soundtrack from Britain from Above (which was runner up in Televisual Magazine’s 2009 award for Best Music) is now available to buy on iTunes, Amazon and elsewhere.
BBC Documentary series presented by Andrew Marr. The soundtrack was recently made a runner up in the Best Music category at the Bulldog Televisual Awards. It is available to download on iTunes and Amazon.
A 3 x 60 minute drama-doc series for Discovery USA, first broadcast in April 2009.
Series of five drama-documentaries about the true characters and stories on which five classic films were based.
Tommy Zoom! He’s saving the planet,
With no one to help him but Daniel the hound.
Tommy Zoom! He’s not looking for trouble,
But there’s trouble to be found…
Award-winning series of short documentaries about cranes & crane drivers for Channel 4.
A four part Jamie Oliver show in which various chefs compete for the chance to set up their own restaurant.