A few recent projects we’re proud of
An 8-part drama series for community stations across the east of England, supported by the Audio Content Fund to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
A celebration of the UK’s most successful songwriter for BBC Radio 2 to tie in with his appearance at Glastonbury 2022.
We are now in production on an ambitious 11-part series for BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds which will air from September 2021, presented by Claudia Winkleman.
During the first lockdown of 2020 we produced LOLs on LPs, an Archive Hour for BBC Radio 4 with David Walliams where he celebrated his early comic influences with lots of ripe language.
We were delighted to receive an Audio Production Awards nomination for our Virtual Strawberry Fair project, 12 hours of programming for Cambridge105Radio.
Professor Rebecca Pates reported for BBC Radio 4 on the rise of right wing politics in the former DDR. Soon to be available as a book.
Midge Ure presents an investigation of Middle 8s in pop music. They’re not always in the middle, they’re not always 8 bars, but they do always create drama and excitement in a host of well-known songs.
A week of short-form features on isolation and loneliness in the pandemic which was broadcast by 9 commercial and community stations around East Anglia.
TDC developed this project as part of the BBC’s 90th Anniversary celebrations. Listeners to all BBC radio services were asked to scour their houses to find tapes of BBC programmes which were never saved.
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.
The 80th birthday and Britain’s most successful female singer, and the release of her new album Lost In You, were celebrated in two documentaries produced by TDC.
Part of the R1/1Xtra Stories series. An investigation into the commercialisation of pop lyrics and videos. Britney made $500,000 from product placement in just ONE video last year.
A documentary recalling 50 Years of BBC Radio Nottingham presented by Simon Mayo
Trevor Dann examined the amazing work of visually-impaired musicians like Monix (above) for BBC Radio 4.
A third series of essays by writer David Hepworth (above) for BBC Radio 3
Trevor Dann spent a weekend in New York State for a BBC Radio 4 documentary about the project where singers and composers work with veterans suffering from PTSD.
Our celebration 50 years of BBC Local Radio presented by David Lloyd aired on all 40 BBC Local Radio stations.