The Goodness Media team of producers, directors, camera operators and researchers made 20 half hour programmes for BBC World Television for its Horizons series. The production was filmed in locations from London and Amsterdam to Beijing and the Amazon Rain Forest. The aim of the series was to travel the globe, exploring the business world of the future.
We travelled round the globe, often in some quite extreme locations, to create an intriguing and inspiring tour of the boundaries of innovation.
The series involved in filming in 18 countries. During production we featured 77 different companies, and a further 43 organisations. To move between all those different locations we filmed on 20 different modes of transport: Train, Bicycle, Commercial airline, Tuck Tuck, Ferry, Electric Car, Hydrogen car, Bus, Boat, 4x4, Helicopter, Cessna small plane, Moped, Lorry, Station Wagon, McLaren supercar, Tiger Moth, Tractor, Taxi, and finally ..... a camel!
Mark Alden (Senior Producer) is an award winning documentary producer director. He enjoyed a 20 year career at the BBC. He spent six years at Panorama and was part of the BBC Director General's lead team in repositioning the BBC's business programming. For BBC Two he worked on the This World strand and produced the Evan Davis' TV series, The City Uncovered. He was also chosen to produce the BBC programme on the work of Prince Harry in the armed forces: Prince Harry: Frontline Afghanistan.
Jonathan Jones (Lead Director) has been making films for almost twenty five years. In that time he has worked for the BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4 as well as channels in the US. He has worked on a wide range of programming including programmes on the Duchy of Cornwall and a range of drama documentaries.
Sam Davidson (Production Coordinator) has over 20 years of experience in event management, music entertainment and public relations. She coordinates our video and radio production and is a key member of the team.