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2003 For BBC Religion and Ethics, programmes include: The Long Search – further series. A series about the life and ramifications of the life of Moses. In conjunction with Watershed Partnership, plays for Radio 4 include: Zuleika Dobson, But is it education?, Daddy’s Girl, Spring Sonata, Sad Cafe and a third series of Don Camillo
2002 For BBC Religion and Ethics, programmes include: The Long Search – series. In the Footsteps of St Paul – series. The Award Winning Deniece Williams Show – further series. In conjunction with Watershed Partnership, plays for Radio 4 include: Fairy Lost in the 21st Century, The 29 Worst minutes of Raymond Hedge, Billy and Elvis, ‘Till the Words come Back, Live alone and Like it (series of 4), The Magic City. Also a second series of Don Camillo and a programme from the Commonwealth Literary Festival. For Treasure Trove Puppet Company, their 2002-3 Show in English and also in Welsh.
2001 For BBC Religion and Ethics, programmes include: The Award Winning Deniece Williams Show – series of 8 one hour Gospel programmes Another series of The Brains Trust In conjunction with Watershed Partnership, plays for Radio 4 include: Island of the Day, Tom Brown’s Schooldays, The Other War, Secrets in Sepia, The Worst Journey in the World and a 4 part adaptation of Don Camillo.
2000 Son of God series with John McCarthy, John McCarthy’s Bible Journey, Documentary on Oberammergau, dramas include Tales of Enid Blyton, Charlie’s Aunt & Holiday Home.
1999 With Mike Thornton designed, engineered and implemented Audio for the Faith Zone in the Millennium Dome.
1998 Programme edited and mixed by David won Stanford St. Martins Premier award for Best Religious radio Programme for two years.
1997 Two programmes edited and mixed by David won Sony Awards
1996 Became Director of One Stop Digital (OSD) Ltd. after 34 years with the BBC.
1995 two of the programmes he worked on won awards.
1992 he became Senior Programme Manager, Network Radio with specific remit to introduce Digital editing and mixing to BBC North. He was also in charge of all Audio Training in Network Radio Manchester. He was subcontracted by BBC Religion to supervise installation of a Digital Self-Op Studio and Digital Workshop as well as to train all production staff on Digidesign ProTools.
1984 he won a Sony Commendation Award for Technical Excellence and Achievement in Broadcasting.
Latterly he has pioneered the use of Digital production techniques in drama including Henry the Fourth Parts 1 & 2 and Richard 3rd, both in “Diginaural”.
1979 he was appointed Senior Audio Supervisor for Light Entertainment and recorded many bands including The BBC Northern Dance Orchestra and Northern Radio Orchestra. In addition he was Syd Lawrence’s engineer both inside and outside the BBC.
1975 he pioneered Binaural recording techniques as well as several Quad recordings.
1968 he recorded The Hornblower Story in a 20 episode mono version and again, 6 years later, in stereo.
1966 – 96 He moved to Manchester as a Studio Manager working mainly in the Light Entertainment field including The Clitheroe Kid, Pop North, The Ken Dodd Show, The Les Dawson Show, and The Roy Castle Show.
1967 he led a team that introduced Radio 1 to the airwaves from Manchester recording numerous groups, sometimes up to 3 a day! His other main area of work was in ‘technical’ dramas, including The Herries Chronicles, Women in Love.
1965 – 66 Trained as a Studio Manager.
1962 – 65 Clerk in the Gramophone Library in London.