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british-isles-a-natural-history-2004I was nominated for a BAFTA Award for my BBC score British Isles: A Natural History (Alan Titchmarsh, 8 x 60′ BBC1). One of the key factors in this project was the close working relationship I had with Michael Bright, the series producer. I still remember spending some time tweaking the main theme at the piano with him, as we worked tirelessly to meet deadline after deadline as each episode came in and out of the edit suites. Temp scores outside of my creative palette were not used, and we established the musical style and sonic palette whilst filming was still taking place.

 

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