BROADCAST CLIPS

A Vicar's Life

6 x 30 mins for BBC2

 

Filmed, Directed and Series Produced by: James Routh

Director: Emma Olver

Assistant Producer: Alexis Smith

Executive Producer: Jo Roe

Production Company: BBC Studios

‘the BBC's new documentary series continually subverts our expectations’ - Radio Times

‘well made and very engaging’The Daily Telegraph

‘as valuable as anything on TV right now’ - The Times

‘we are hooked, we love this show’ - The Daily Express

 

Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby

1 x 60 mins for BBC2

Filmed and Directed by: James Routh

Producer: Catherine Stefanini

Researcher: Tom Colville

Executive Producer: Sam Anstiss

Production Company: BBC Studios

 

Frontline Doctors: Winter Migrant Crisis

1 x 60 mins for BBC1

 

Filmed and Co-Directed by: James Routh

Production Company: Little Gem

 

‘This was articulate TV about a cold world’ – Lucy Mangan, The Guardian

‘...an eye-opening hour, mostly as bleak-feeling as the leaden grey skies over the camps and checkpoints they visited – but it was an important insight into the very complex situation the world is facing.’

- Sally Newall, The Independent

‘All in all, it was desperately dispiriting viewing. But it was essential viewing too.’ - Phil Harrison, The Telegraph

Camps to Champs: The Power of Sport for the Displaced

1 x 60, 4 x 30, 16 x 4 mins for The Olympic Channel

 

Filmed, Directed and Series Produced by: James Routh

Production Company: ITN Productions

***Winner of the Sportel Awards Jury Prize 2017***

 

The Super Rich and Us

1 x 60 mins for BBC2

 

Shooting PD: James Routh

Production Company:

Fresh One Productions

 

 

Bradford: City of Dreams

2 x 60 mins for BBC2

 

Filmed and Series Directed by: James Routh

Production Company: Keo Films

 

 ‘A life-enhancing portrait that delves beneath the cliché and flips Bradford’s image on its head…it’s all done with such joy and verve and laughter and general enthusiasm for the great game of life that there’s no resisting it.’

– Gerard O’Donovan, Daily Telegraph

 

‘… ripped apart lazy stereotypes of racism, riots and deprivation to reveal the wonder that lies beneath.’

– Saima Mir, The Guardian

Hayley: World's Oldest Teenager

1 x 60 mins for Channel 5

 

Executive Producer: James Routh

Director: Nicki Stoker

Production Company: Rabbit Productions

 

 

Death Unexplained

Cutting Edge: King of Christmas Lights

3x 50 mins for BBC1

 

Filmed and Series Directed by: James Routh

Production Company: Renegade

 

‘A wonderful, absorbing, three-part documentary series’

– Sunday Telegraph

‘Moving, intimate and at times very funny…a powerful glimpse of ordinary people dealing with extraordinary circumstances.’

– Sunday Times

‘…balances procedure with empathy to perfection and ends up packing a real emotional punch’

– Time Out

1 x 60 mins for Channel 4

 

Filmed and Directed by: James Routh

Production Company: Nutopia

 

‘…a Cutting Edge documentary so joyous and funny, it should be replayed year after year just like Margo cancelling Christmas on The Good Life or Bill Murray being thwacked by a toaster in Scrooged.’

– Grace Dent, The Guardian

‘…consistently amusing, occasionally mildly deranged film…happily, the tone is fond rather than snarky.’ – Time Out

‘James Routh’s nicely offbeat Cutting Edge documentary’ – Evening Standard

7/7 - The Man Who Should Be Dead

1 x 60 mins for Channel 5

 

Director: James Routh

Production Company: North One

 

 ‘An outstanding film that makes you shudder at the fragility of life’

– Time Out

 ‘Excellent documentary’ – Radio Times

 ‘A deeply moving film’ – The Guardian

 ‘Pick of the Day...Everything else pales beside’ – Financial Times

 ‘A documentary that had you pinned to the sofa in astonished admiration’

– Daily Telegraph

Battered Men

1 x 60 mins for Channel 5

 

Director: James Routh

D.O.P: David Marsh

Production Company: North One

 

‘Featuring that rarest of birds, the convincing dramatic reconstruction, the centrepiece was the tragic tale of Peter McBride…worthy of a full drama on its own…This was an admirably even-handed attempt to tackle a subject that remains a taboo.’ – Keith Watson, Metro

‘Channel Five is to be applauded for tackling a difficult and often ignored subject with this strong documentary’

– The Observer

My Car Is My Lover

1 x 60 mins for Channel 5

 

Filmed and Directed by: James Routh

Assistant Producer: Wesley Pollitt

Production Company: Blink Films

‘The most bizarre documentary of the year...unmissable’ - Mail on Sunday

‘It’s a tongue-in-cheek shock doc...if you can hold off picking up the phone to OFCOM throughout the first couple of minutes, it’s hard not to laugh’ - Time Out

‘A brilliant documentary’ James Corden

1 x 60 mins for Discovery

 

Filmed and Directed by: James Routh

Production Company: Summer Films

 

Human Face Transplant

Hostage Tapes

1 x 60 mins for Channel 4

 

Filmed and Directed by: James Routh

Production Company: Dragonfly

 

© 2020 by James Routh.

Rabbit Productions Ltd.

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