Awards & Reviews

Eugenie Grandet

By Honore de Balzac, produced and directed by Gordon House. Winner, BBC Audio Awards 2015, Best Actor: Sir Ian McKellen.

Come To Grief

By Hannah Vincent, produced and directed by Gordon House. Winner, BBC Audio Awards 2015, Best Audio Adaptation.

The First Georgians

Exhibition at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace 2014-15. Winner of the Sandford Award, for excellent in Heritage Education. “complicated, subtle and nothing less than a revelation.” (Richard Dorment, The Telegraph) “many-splendoured and instructive.” (Brian Sewell, The Evening Standard)

The Long, Long Trail

Produced and directed by Amber Barnfather. World’s Best Radio Programs Winner, New York Festivals 2014, Silver. “I was cooking while I listened, but I had to stop, since the pastry I was rolling had become a blur as tears cascaded.” (A.N Wilson, Financial Times, March 2014.)

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Adapted by Robert Rigby. Winner, Best Use of Sound in an Audio Drama, BBC Audio Awards, 2014

FindthePerfectPartner4U

By Charlotte Cory, directed by Gordon House. Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in an Audio Drama, BBC Audio Awards 2014.

Frank Sent Me

By Justin Poidevin, directed by Peter Darney. Winner of Writer’s Avenue Best Play Award 2014.

Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas

By Hunter S Thompson. Theatre production in Edinburgh Festial & Waterloo Tunnels 2014, directed by Lou Stein for the Venus Blazing Music Trust. “terrific sound score… this show is a trip I would heartily recommend.” (Charles Spencer, November 2014, The Telegraph).

Bad Memories

By Julian Simpson. Produced by Karen Rose at Sweet Talk Productions. Best Use of Sound in an Audio Drama, BBC Audio Awards 2012.

Angarrack

By Christopher William Hill. Produced and Directed by Gordon House. Winner of Tinniswood Radio Drama Award: Best Radio Drama Script, 2011.

The Loneliest Road

By Gregory Whitehead, Winner, Sony Gold Drama Award 2004.