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Anderson, Ben

Ben AndersonCourse: BA Theatre and Performance Studies

Graduated: 2009

Job Title/ Company: Director, Sound Rebel

Date of Case Study: June 2020

Biography: Ben worked in the commercial radio industry for the last decade, first as a breakfast show producer for Capital FM and Free Radio in Birmingham and then as Managing Editor for Capital FM in Liverpool and North Wales. During his time in radio Ben worked on some major projects for some of the UK's biggest brands, producing campaigns for Fusion Festival, Liverpool Football Club, The Clothes Show, Creamfields, The Jockey Club, Culture Liverpool and many more.

He now runs Sound Rebel, a podcast production company based in the North West which works with clients across the country. As well as producing podcasts for businesses and charities, Sound Rebel has a strong original network of podcasts featuring high profile guests from comedians (such as Jason Manford, Joe Lycett and Russell Kane) to business leaders (such as Theo Paphitis, Harvey Nichols COO Manju Malhotra and co-founder of Ted Baker, Chris Browne).



Howson, Jack

Jack HowsonCourse: BA Theatre and Performance Studies

Graduated: 2007

Job Title/ Company: Radio/Audio Producer

Date of Case Study: June 2020

Biography: Award-winning producer of audio drama, arts documentaries, music shows, poetry programmes, and podcasts for BBC Radio 3, 4, 5 Live, 6 Music, and BBC Sounds. Productions include the Lockdown Theatre Festival, All Hail Kale, and Late Junction. Also Executive Producer of the Serpentine Galleries podcast series.



Till, Lawrence

Lawrence Till Director

Course: BA English and Theatre Studies

Graduated: 1985

Job Title/ Company: Director and Producer

Biography: Lawrence Till is a BAFTA and Royal Television Society nominated Producer & Director currently Producing SILENT WITNESS for BBC Studios.

With a background in award winning theatre, including over fifteen years experience as an Artistic Director directing plays by new and established writers at the Bolton Octagon Theatre (1992-99) and Watford Palace Theatre (1999-2006).

On leaving the University of Warwick in 1986, he was Youth Theatre Director and later Associate Director at Manchester’s Contact Theatre. He then moved to the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.

Lawrence’s work as a Director has been toured across the country and International work includes directing THE MYSTERIES in Caceres Spain, BLACK COMEDY for the National Theatre of Turkey and ECLIPSE at the Sydney Opera House for the National Theatre.

Lawrence Produced and Directed SHAMELESS for five years for C4/Company Pictures and Directed six episodes of MR SELFRIDGE for ITV Studios. He Produced HARLOTS for Hulu/Monumental and THE FRANKENSTEIN CHRONICLES for ITV/Netflix/Rainmark Films.

Date of Case Study: June 2020