Channel 5   –   90′

On 20th November 1995, BBC Panorama broadcast the television scoop of the century: an interview with Princess Diana in which she candidly opened up to Martin Bashir about her marriage to Prince Charles and her life as a member of the British royal family. This documentary explores both how Bashir – then a little known BBC journalist – came to secure an interview with the world’s most famous woman, and the broadcast’s enduring cultural impact, 25 years on. 



Production:  Rogan Productions
Director / Producer:  Edward McGown
Executive Producers:  Mark Hedgecoe, James Rogan, Soleta Rogan
Commissioning Editor:  Daniel Pearl


‘A huge cut above most backward-looking royal docs, this programme hacks through the thriller-esque knot of intrigue that led to Princess Diana’s bombshell TV encounter with Martin Bashir in 1995.‘
– The Guardian

‘An excellent documentary’
– Times Radio

‘A compelling moment…atmospherically recalled’
– Daily Telegraph

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Channel 4   –   1hr

After months with no visitors during such unprecedented times, the team at Chatsworth House rise to the challenge and recycle decorations from Christmases past and transform the garden into a dazzling festive wonderland.  

Production:  ITN Productions
Exec Producer:  Charlie Clay

Series Director:  Adam Webster
Series Producer:  Susan Crook
Producer:  Hannah Webster

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Channel 4   –   1hr

As the country prepares for the easing of lockdown, Old, Alone & Stuck at Home tells the stories of the elderly and vulnerable people self-isolating during the crisis for whom lockdown may endure for many more months. Charting their lives as they bunker down for the long-haul, it captures the unfolding dilemmas they face. Featuring people from all over the nation, filmed on location and by the people themselves, their stories convey with warmth, sadness and flashes of humour the immense challenge of being especially vulnerable in the midst of a pandemic. As the film unfolds, it reveals the hidden fault-line in British society between the vulnerable and the healthy, taking viewers poignantly into the lives of people for whom survival is going to be the hardest battle of all. Old, Alone & Stuck at Home is a wake-up call to the nation about the people who will be affected for many months to come.  

Narrator:  Imelda Staunton
Production:  Rogan Productions
Director / Producer:  Nick Green & Angie Mason
Executive Producers:  James Rogan
DoP:  Charlie Laing

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CRYPTOCRACY  Feature Documentary

Fulwell 73 / Conch Studios  –  90 min


This feature length documentary follows controversial anarcho-capitalist Roger Ver, crypto financier Ryan Radloff and blockchain diplomat Perianne Boring over the course of one year on their separate journeys to decentralise and redefine money and power.  It provides an objective look at the politics and philosophies that underlie the origins of blockchain and cryptocurrency, and their potential to disrupt the world as we know it.

Production:  Fulwell 73 / Conch Studios
Exec Producer:  Leo Pearlman
Director:  Jake Witzenfeld
Co-Producer:  Heather Greenwood


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PANORAMA Crisis In Care

PANORAMA Crisis in Care

BBC1   –   2x 1hr

CRISIS IN CARE ‘ Who Cares?’ & ‘Who Pays?’ looks at the deepening crisis faced by the care system that supports older and disabled people across the country by following one local authority over 10 months – Somerset County Council. It spends nearly half its budget on adult social care. Like many local authorities, it is juggling rising demand for help against tightening finances.The films follow the council as it fights to balance its books.

Rogan Productions together with BBC Social Affairs Correspondent, Alison Holt, were granted exclusive access to see first-hand the difficulties faced by Somerset’s Director of Adult Social Services, his team of social workers and local politicians. The programmes show the impact of the financial squeeze on vulnerable people and the harsh truth of what that means for those needing care.

Jon came in for to help edit the second episode.

Production:  BBC / Rogan Productions
Series Director / Producer:  Angie Mason
Executive Producers:  Roger Graef & James Rogan

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DISPATCHES Safe At Last: Inside A Women’s Refuge

DISPATCHES Safe At Last: Inside A Women’s Refuge

Channel 4   –   1hr

In a one hour TV first, Channel 4’s Dispatches has filmed inside a women’s refuge, following the stories of women who are fleeing violent partners – and are now trying to rebuild their lives.

Prod Company: Hardcash Productions
Director: Jasleen Kaur Sethi

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BBC 2   –   1hr

Powerful and emotional young people’s stories are at the heart of School. This brand-new series follows in unprecedented detail the tough decisions headteachers must make in these budget-stricken times – and their dramatic impact on the students in their care. The School Trust featured in the series is responsible for educating 5,000 children, and the problems it faces are typical of those faced by schools everywhere.

School will take viewers to the heart of the difficult issues, from increased class sizes and fewer support staff to a shorter school day and a more restricted curriculum. It will show the intricate workings of the system as teachers try to cater for the differing needs of a huge number of pupils, in a world where parents’ expectations are rising, exams are getting tougher and no two children are alike.


Commissioner: Patrick Holland & Clare Sillery
Production:  Label 1
Exec Producer:  Simon Dickson & Lorraine Charker-Phillips
Series Editor:  Hamish Fergusson
Series Producer:  Beatrice Smith
Director: Tim Lawton

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KJUS Hydrobot

KJUS Hydro_Bot

60s & 15s (various formats)

Short abstracted branded film to introduce the 7sphere Hydro_Bot jacket from KJUS, the world’s first jacket with breakthrough technology that allows you to control your sweat at the touch of a button.

The 60s & 15s versions of this film were re-edited to allow for landscape, portrait and share formats for various media platforms.


Director:  Nathan Gallagher

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THE 80s / 90s GREATEST   –   TV Series

National Geographic   –   3x  30min

The ’90s Greatest is a 10-part, fun-packed, nostalgia-filled series for National Geographic that features interviews with some of the decades’ favourite celebrities – looking at the greatest moments from the decade of sex, celebrity and scandal!
When the ‘90s kicked off, the Berlin Wall had just fallen and, across the nation, other walls were coming down – between public and private, news and entertainment, reality and fantasy. The lines were blurred like never before.

The ’80s Greatest is a 10-part, fun-packed, nostalgia-filled series for National Geographic that features interviews with some of the decades’ favourite celebrities such as Jane Fonda, Martin Sheen, Michael J Fox, David Hasselhoff and Joan Collins.


Jon edited as part of a team, each editing multiple episodes across both series.

Production: Nutopia
Exec Producer: Ben Goold

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ARABIA with Levison Wood

ARABIA with Levinson Wood   –   TV Series

Sky Vision  |  Discovery Channel   –   1x 1hr

Levison Wood immerses himself in the worlds and cultures he visits like no other travel guide. In his fifth series with Sky Vision, he once again embarks on a rarely ventured route through challenging environments into remote corners of a little-understood land. Arabia. Beautifully filmed and with the warm and engaging Lev as our guide, Arabia tells the real story of the Middle East through its people. The series explores the lives and hopes of an eclectic range of characters – Syrian grandmothers, Iraqi snipers, shepherds, drug dealers, freedom fighters and nomads – and we hear Levison reflect throughout on how his preconceptions may have changed or remained during his most extraordinary adventure yet. With his elite military training, Levison has the necessary skills to tackle the very toughest challenges. And while he uses these skills to access remote communities and potentially hostile urban worlds, this is far from a simple survivalist story. Instead, Lev puts the people and the cultures he encounters at the heart of every story. Arabia is his most gripping, nuanced and ultimately heart-warming series to date, with majestic landscapes and ancient histories providing the backdrop to a fascinating and authentic depiction of the cultural diversity of the Middle East. From Iraq, the Gulf States, Oman and Yemen to Somalia, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Palestine, Israel and Syria Levison ends his journey on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in Lebanon.

With all episodes edited concurrently, Jon cut Levison’s trip from Oman, sneaking into Yemen via the back door. Wood’s mission is to immerse himself in the lives of locals and challenge the myths and stereotypes that plague this ancient land.

Production: Sky Vision & Blackmane Media
Series Director: Neil Bonner

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Channel 4 – 1x 30min

This fast turn-around, current affairs edit sees the US Embassy in London with a new Ambassador in place, a major relocation to a new site and an effort to strengthen and expand the ‘special relationship’ in the time of Brexit, Field Day Productions goes behind the scenes to show how a modern U.S. Embassy works at a pivotal moment in history.

Filmed over several months, the series gives insight into one of the world’s most important Embassies. The U.S. mission represents the Office of the President of the United States and protects its citizens abroad, its business interests and culture, and manages visa applications of would-be visitors to the United States.

Commissioner Ch4:  Dorothy Byrne
Production:  Field Day Productions
Series Producer & Director:  Simon Gilchrist
Executive Producers:  Sally Angel & Roger Graef
Producer:  Stephanie Chlond
Edit Producer:  John Deol

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UEFA Play Anywhere

UEFA Play Anywhere
1x 2″ – Red Earth Studio
This campaign film for UEFA, features Liv Cooke – current freestyle football world champion – as well as a selection of the world’s best female football players including Fran Kirby and Ada Hegerberg.

The upbeat and visually striking film transports us between a variety of diverse scenes across Europe as the backdrop for our story: including urban London, war-torn buildings in Dubrovnik, the beautiful landscapes of the Outer Hebrides and even a stadium located on a tiny island in the jaw-dropping scenery of Norway.

The film blends positive energy with humour, and seeks to convey the excitement and accessibility of playing football. We see that football is a sport you can play anywhere. Whether playing as a team or practising ‘keepy-uppy’ on the roof of a Norwegian fishing boat, our message is inclusive: football is for everyone, wherever you are.

The film is an evolution of the UEFA’s We Play Strong campaign, adopting the same #PlayAnywhere hashtag and will be primarily promoted online via social channels as well as being provided to broadcasters of UEFA women’s football.

Production:  Red Earth Studio
Co-Director / DOP:  Adam Docker
Online:  Ces Terranove
Sound Design:  Enos Desjardins