Art, music, theatre, books & films made with love in Brighton & Glasgow
The Factory team has over 25 years' experience delivering high-quality, award-winning work to British broadcasters and international distributors: documentaries, fact-ent formats and live broadcasts. We enjoy excellent relationships with the commissioners at Sky Arts, Channel 4 and the BBC and work closely with a network of distributors to ensure our work is also broadcast globally.
In Search of Sir Walter Scott
BBC Scotland TX
A documentary for BBC Scotland to mark the 250th anniversary of the birth of this literary legend, presented by writer Damian Barr.
Glyndebourne Opera Cup Live Final
Sky Arts 2020
Returning for its second outing, this prestigious singing competition is hosted on stage by comedian and opera fan Chris Addison and on Sky Arts by soprano Danielle de Niese
Huey Morgan's Latin Music Adventure
Musician and Radio 6 Music DJ, Huey Morgan travels to Brazil, Cuba and Puerto Rico in search of the source of Latin Music - meeting Latin Music legends and going on a journey of personal musical discovery.
Anyone Can Sing
A brand new Sky Arts TV series following 6 of the UK & Eire's worst singers to receive expert vocal training with the English National Opera. We're going to transform voices from screeching in the shower to singing opera in just 3 months!
To be broadcast Autumn 2021
Six extraordinary young women reveal how their lives were impacted by their facial appearance. Thought-provoking and inspiring, with many difficult times battled, they’ve each ultimately been empowered by their experiences.
Working with Factory was a joy from start to finish, refreshingly free of wankerishness. I'd have to give them 100% if they hadn't lost my sunglasses.
Giles Coren, journalist and presenter
Glyndebourne Opera Cup 2018
Sky Arts Series
A series following this inaugural talent search across the world from Berlin to Philadelphia as the Glyndebourne team track down the very best opera singing talent. With a live final on Sky Arts, presented by writer/comedian Chris Addison and soprano Danielle de Niese.
My Failed Novel
Giles Coren wrote a novel - it was a terrible flop. But why? He meets the critics that panned it, the literary agent who couldn't help, and gets advice about writing and failure from, among others, Jeffrey Archer, Rose Tremaine and Howard Jacobson.
Brighton: 50 Years of Gay
To mark the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality, Simon Fanshawe talks to those who remember life before the change in the law and explores the pivotal role Brighton played in history.
River Walks with JB Gill
Musician and farmer JB Gill follows the path of the Kentish Stour from Godmersham to the sea - telling the tales of the people who live and work along the river
Proud to work with
I love working with the Factory team - they care about the subjects they’re handling, they’ve got creativity in their bones and they’ve got the skills and self-confidence to allow themselves to be flexible. It’s a great combination.