Films

Andy Robbins

Producer/Director

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Sacred Music

Bach & The Lutheran Legacy   

Simon Russell Beale travels to Germany to explore how Martin Luther, the monk who started the Protestant Reformation,  influenced Bach’s music. (more info)


TX BBC4                    59min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Body Hits

Episode 1: Weekend Junkies   

Dr John Marsden examines why so many of us use cannabis, cocaine and ecstasy. What price do our bodies pay for those lost weekends?


TX BBC3/BBC1             28min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Rocket Science

Episode 1                              

Physics teacher Mr Smith embarks on a special project to use fireworks to inspire a new love of science in a typical class of 13 year-olds. But from the start things don’t go to plan. (more info)


TX BBC2                     59min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Being Positive

Episode 1: Dead Unlucky        

A graphic look at how HIV has spread around the globe and your chances of contracting the virus in the UK.


TX BBC3                       59min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

The Spying Game

Episode 1: Spies in the Skies   

CIA and KGB spies reveal how they fought the Cold War with satellites that could read a newspaper from space and planes that could travel faster than a bullet. 


TX Channel 4                        27min


Produced & Directed 2 episodes

Conceived and developed the series

The Spying Game

Episode 2: Walls Have Ears    

From microphones hidden in pens to giant fake ‘listening’ palm trees, Cold War spies reveal the art of bugging a conversation.


TX Channel 4                      27min


Produced & Directed 2 episodes

Conceived and developed the series

The Culture Show

John Virtue                           

A portrait of the landscape artist John Virtue as he prepares for his first exhibition at the National Gallery. 


TX BBC2                             7min  

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Body Hits

Episode 5: Smart Drugs          

A glimpse into the extreme world of California’s ‘psychonaughts’ - underground chemists who invent and test powerful mind-altering drugs on themselves


TX BBC3                     27min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Sacred Music

Palestrina & The Popes          

Simon Russell Beale travels to Rome to tell the story of Palestrina, the ‘Godfather’ of Italian music.

(more info)


TX BBC4                         59min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Rocket Science

Episode 2         

Mr Smith struggles to keep the fireworks project on track. With school trips to America and Scotland coming up, bad boy Charlie faces being left behind. (more info)


TX BBC2                        59min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Being Positive

Episode 2: Dead Lucky           

New drugs have slashed the AIDS death rates in the West yet millions in Africa are still dying. With the discovery that 1 in 10 people are immune to HIV, why is a cure or a vaccine still decades away?


TX BBC3                      59min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Rocket Science

Episode 3                             

Mr Smith organises a school trip to China to see how fireworks are made and the Royal Artillery help him stage an explosive physics lesson. Finally the class have to help design and build one of the biggest displays the city of Liverpool has ever seen. (more info)


TX BBC2                      59min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Classic Britannia

Episode 3: Adapt or Die         

Final part of the series tracing the development of British classical music from 1945 to the present day. 

(more info)


TX BBC4                            59min

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Treasures of the

Anglo Saxons    

     

Dr Nina Ramirez reveals the world of hidden codes and messages in Anglo Saxon art. (more info)


TX BBC4                              59min 

Produced/Directed & Filmed

Filthy Cities   

Industrial New York     

Dan Snow experiences the filthy side of New York’s past bought alive with stunts, CGI, drama doc and actuality. Also directed/produced the Discovery version presented by Don Wildman.  (more info)


TX BBC2/Discovery.         59min

Produced and Directed

Walking Through History: Stonehenge

Tony Robinson takes a four-day trek along the coastline between Plymouth in Devon and Falmouth, learning about the thriving smuggling trade in Cornwall during the late 18th century.


TX Channel 4                 59min

Directed & Filmed

Filthy Cities

The Slums of New New              

The Discovery version of the show where host Don Wildman travels back to a seething 19th century New York to experience a city consumed by filth and corruption, with millions of immigrants crammed together in the slums of Manhattan.  (more info)


TX BBC2/Discovery.         44min

Produced and Directed

The Richest Poet in

England

Just over 10 years ago Felix Dennis, one of the richest men in the country, decided to he wanted to be a best selling poet. but halfway through making this film, the man who has everything was been diagnosed with cancer.


TX Sky Arts                 59min

Walking Through History: Cornwall

Tony Robinson takes a four-day trek along the coastline between Plymouth in Devon and Falmouth, learning about the thriving smuggling trade in Cornwall during the late 18th century.


TX Channel 4     Produced and Directed

47 min