Category: broadcast

  • Video // Daniel March and Sam Nafie // Little Drummer Boy

    Video // Daniel March and Sam Nafie // Little Drummer Boy

    SamNafieDanielMarch2We’ve been hard at work putting together 27 videos for an Advent Calendar, this was today’s.

    Sam Nafie and Dan March are two Australians who are based in London. Daniel was in for a solo acoustic session a couple of months ago and we were so impressed that we asked Daniel to come to do another track for us for Advent.

    This time, Daniel brought along his mate Sam Nafie for a rendition of the David Bowie / Bing Crosby classic, ‘A Little Drummer Boy’.

    Sam has a great voice but Daniel’s guitar playing is outstanding. The audio was also recorded for broadcast for Premier Unsigned at Christmas. Have a look…

  • Video // Kacey Chambers – Core

    Video // Kacey Chambers – Core

    Kacey Chambers is and up and coming singer songwriter from London, who dropped into Premier for a chat and a song with Loretta Andrews, for ‘Unsigned’ which airs on Saturday at 6pm on Premier Gospel and at 9pm on Premier Christian Radio.

    Kacey was joined by Mike Brown, an absolutely legendary guitar player who has played with the legend that is George Michael, as well as Quincey Jones and countless other names. It was a pleasure to watch the master at work and knowing that he will still give up his time to play with a still ‘unknown’ is pretty cool. Plus as a huge George Michael fan, it was quite a kick for me 🙂

    Audio recorded by me, Phil Maltz on lighting cameraman duties.

  • Premier Postcards // Voiceover

    Premier Postcards // Voiceover

    OConnellStDUBLINSo in work, January was themed ‘Travel Month’ in association with the Christian Holiday Guide and throughout each week in 2015, there will be ‘audio postcards‘ broadcast referring to different holiday destinations. It’s a ‘what to do in…’ piece.

    Of course, with an Irish accent in a London office, I got the job of doing the voiceover and writing the postcard from Dublin. Mentioning alcohol is a bit of a no-no in our organisation so that ruled out the Guinness Storehouse and The Jameson Distillery, I had to get creative and I admit, I’ve never been to the leprechaun museum… oops!

  • Jerusalem Awards: The Results

    Jerusalem Awards: The Results

    So a couple of months ago, I was informed that I had been nominated for two Jerusalem Awards, Long Form and Series or Strand. One for Holy Places with Roger & Julia Bolton and for ‘Have we misread the Bible’ with Justin Brierley.

    On Holy Places, I did all the editing and post production work, which was a lot of work as everything was recorded on location, then alongside Roger I had to go through all the audio, often hours and hours, to get 26 minutes of audio. There were six episodes in total with guests such as Ann Widdecombe and Rev. Richard Coles.

    Have We Misread the Bible, was a series of four parts in which Steve Chalke and Andrew Wilson battled out against each other, expressing their opinions on different subjects.

    JerusalemAwardsOn the night, we headed along to BAFTA and the shortlist for each category was reduced to finalists, which I’m delighted to say, both entries were. However, we didn’t win either category. One the upside, Premier won a special award for their contribution to Christian broadcasting.

    I did get to bring home a nice certificate for Holy Places and Have We Misread the Bible.. Yay!