French Collection Series 3, Channel 4

28 August 2017

French Collection launches series 3 on Channel 4, weekdays at 1.00pm.

In Search of Milton’s Paradise, BBC Radio 4

27 August 2017

Joe Moshenska travels in John Milton’s footsteps

Wasting Away: The Truth About Anorexia, Channel 4

24 August 2017

Mark Austin and his daughter Maddy draw on their own family’s experience to break the stigma around eating disorders

Panorama: Plane Drunk, BBC One

14 August 2017

Panorama investigates the impact of a rise in drunk passengers at airports and on planes.

Faith in the Fire, BBC World Service

11 August 2017

Zubeida Malik reports on what happened in the London Grenfell fire when faith stepped in.

Manifesto, BBC Radio 4

07 August 2017

A story of modern art through the written word.

Blakeway Productions receives two 2017 Emmy Award nominations

26 July 2017

Blakeway receives two 2017 Emmy nominations

Zinc Communicate wins 5 EVCOM Screen Awards 2017

24 June 2017

Zinc Communicate wins five 2017 EVCOM Screen Awards – 2 Gold Awards for Best Drama and Best Health & Safety Film, 2 Bronze Awards for Best Drama and Best Direction and a Silver Award for Best Training film.

Grid, BBC Radio 3

18 June 2017

The Grid – a perceptual model for the digital age.

Zinc Communicate shortlisted for EVCOM Awards 2017

15 June 2017

Nationwide Education and CPNI films shortlisted for the EVCOM Screen Awards 2017.

Lord Lucan: My Husband, The Truth – ITV

05 June 2017

Documentary in which Lady Lucan tells the inside story of her marriage to Lord Lucan.

7 Days That Shook The Windsors, Channel 5

30 May 2017

Feature length documentary recalling the aftermath of the death of Princess Diana.

Clocking On, BBC Radio 4

Professor Emma Griffin explores how British workers became tied to the clock.

How Sgt. Pepper Changed The World, BBC World Service

27 May 2017

Sir Tim Rice marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band LP.

ISIS: The Origins of Violence, Channel 4

17 May 2017

Historian Tom Holland traces the origins of Isis’ barbaric and sadistic violence which it claims is rooted in Islam’s scriptures.

Transport for London, Young Road Users goes live

04 May 2017

Transport for London and Zinc Communicate have launched Young Road Users (YRU) to promote safer travel choices for young Londoners.

BMW Group Education, new programme launched

27 April 2017

BMW Group and Zinc Communicate help teachers bring a hands-on and smarter approach to sustainability and road safety lessons.

Trump’s First 100 Days, BBC One

24 April 2017

After covering the American presidential election last year, Jeremy Paxman returns to the US to examine the significance of the first 100 days of President Trump.

From the Couch to the Courtroom, BBC Radio 4

19 April 2017

Helena Kennedy QC explores the relationship between law, psychotherapy and the mind doctors.

Printing A Nation, BBC Radio 4

13 April 2017

Dr. Anindita Ghosh explores how the printing press made modern India.

Panorama: The Spy in the IRA, BBC One

11 April 2017

Panorama investigates one of Britain’s most important spies since the Second World War.

French Collection – Series 3 Launch, Channel 4

10 April 2017

Brits compete to find the best vintage pieces – and make the most profits

Kicked Out: From Care to Chaos, BBC Three

06 April 2017

Filmmaker Rebecca Southworth traces her own life – abused as a child then taken in to social services care.

Passions: Gary Kemp on Mick Ronson, Sky Arts

04 April 2017

Gary Kemp explores his lifelong fascination with iconic guitarist and Bowie collaborator Mick Ronson.

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