About Us

Ed Wardle

JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR

A BAFTA nominated producer, Ed has carved a significant name for himself in specialist factual television, both in front and behind the camera. He is an acclaimed film-maker with a reputation for delivering ground-breaking and engaging series, often self shot from the most extreme places on earth.

Ed has produced stand-out shows for all the major UK and US broadcasters. He has consistently delivered critically acclaimed series including ‘The Carrot Or The Stick’ and the international hit series ‘Alone In The Wild’ for Channel 4 and National Geographic Channel, which defined a new genre of survival programmes.

Ed recently took ‘rig’ filming to new extremes in the history series ‘Shackleton – Death Or Glory’ for DNI and PBS, covering the impossible, 800 mile crossing of the Southern Ocean in a wooden boat.

One of the foremost experts in filming in extreme environments, Ed has produced four series on Everest including three seasons of the award winning ‘Everest Beyond The Limit’ for Discovery US.

Amanda Murray

JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR

Amanda has over twenty years experience making well-known, popular factual television for all the key UK broadcasters.

As a producer-director Amanda worked on the BBC’s award-winning, flagship shows; ‘Tomorrow’s World’, ‘QED’ and ‘Animal Hospital’. As series producer at Talkback Thames she gained a BAFTA nomination for ‘The Farmer Wants A Wife’ for ITV1, which became an international hit.

Since then Amanda has produced a diverse range of popular factual series for all the UK broadcasters including The Restaurant for BBC2, ‘Gordon’s Great Escape’ for Channel 4 and ‘Say No To The Knife’ for BBC3.

As a freelance Executive Producer she has worked with Wall to Wall, Silver River, Monkey, STV and the BBC overseeing a range of output and developing ideas through to commission. Her Executive Producer credits include ‘The Baby Race’ for Channel 4, ‘Surviving The Wave’ for BBC3 ‘Things I Hate About You’ for Bravo/NBC in the US and most recently the BAFTA winning ‘This Farming Life’ for BBC2.