Adam Shaw (Managing Director) is a multi-award winning journalist and one of the most recognisable faces of business journalism on television. He is known for his style of bringing a critical but engaging and imaginative approach to business journalism.
He regularly presents ITV’s Tonight programme – Britain’s best watched current affairs series – with weekly audiences of around 3 million people.
He has presented many editions of BBC One’s Panorama programme and BBC Radio 4's Money Box.
Plain English Campaign - Broadcaster of the Year
Association of Investment Companies - Best Broadcast Journalist of the Year
Association of British Insurers – Financial Broadcaster of the Year
Proshare - Personality of the Year
Institute of Financial Accountants - Award for Today programme’s best business coverage
Adam was also the lead business presenter on Radio 4’s Today programme, during which time he interviewed most of the FTSE 100 CEOs and some of the world’s most powerful business leaders.
For many years he was also one of the key presenting faces of the hit long-running BBC Two daily finance programme, Working Lunch.
He presented the BBC World News series, Horizons, which looked at how new technologies will change the way we live in future decades. As part of the series, Adam interviewed some of the world most powerful and richest people - from Bill Ford to Bill Gates and lots of people not called Bill.
Amongst the recent wide range of programmes he has presented, are:
Panorama - How To Save Our High Street (BBC 1)
Tonight – Frontline Cops: Police Fighting Back (ITV 1)
Tonight – Saving Britain’s Savers (ITV 1)
The New Revolution – New Youth Markets in China (BBC World News)
In Business – The Secrets of Forecasting (Radio 4)
The Business of Clicks – High Street Vs On-line (Radio 4)
Global Business – The Secrets of Innovation (BBC World Radio)
Working Lunch - Daily finance and Business News (BBC 2)
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.
Yousef Anani (Producer) is an award-winning storyteller with 25 years of experience in creating accurate, persuasive, multi-media content for both agencies (e.g., Ogilvy) and international news broadcasters (e.g., BBC, Sky, Bloomberg and Associated Press). He also launched the immensely popular BBC World Service Radio Podcast. He has previously worked on media campaigns for BASF, Nescafe, IBM, Lenovo, Ministry of Defence and the Home Office.
Neena Bhawon (Assistant Producer/Camera Operator) is an experienced location producer and camera operator and has worked for a wide range of commercial clients.
Jonathan Callery (Senior Cameraman) has over 30 years of experience and is one of the main camera operators for Panorama and Newsnight. He has filmed all over the world and is one of the industry's most respected lighting cameramen, having filmed with many world leaders and the British Royal Family.
Sam Davidson (Production Coordinator) has over 20 years of experience in event management, music entertainment and public relations. She works to coordinate our video production and location work.
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.
Jason Reed (Editor and Graphic Designer) When not with us - you can often find him at his piano and guitar. Jason is an editor, director, cinematographer and digital animator. He also regularly runs training courses in all aspects of video production for the BBC, ITV, Sky, CNN and many others.
Olu Sowemimo (Researcher/Production Assistant) has a background in fashion, in press, creative directing. He also owns a streetwear brand. He is an advisor within the charity sector and a youth caseworker. He has delivered cultural awareness training to the Met police within their Stop and Search training and has led a young people's event which was funded by the Metropolitan Police force. His first documentary, which he is directing and presenting, focuses on the success stories from ex-gang members. It will be released on Youtube in 2021