Richard Stanley Productions is an award winning television production company with extensive experience in producing programs and video material on health, environmental and development issues.
Company director Richard Stanley initially worked as a journalist/producer for the BBC and British independent television, Communications Director for Oxfam, UK Appeals Director for the International Year of the Child, scriptwriter producer on ITV/PBS Village Earth Series, associate Producer on Ch4’s series Making Cars Series, compiler of several best selling children’s books for Puffin Books, and producer/director of numerous films. His films include:
Caught in the Crossfire for HTV with Julie Christie
Time to Act ( ITVA Award winner)
Bitter Sweets (ITVA Award winner)
Daring to Care a history of Oxfam for ITV
Dying to Go to School BBC World
Turning Point (Award winner)
A Vaccine for Road Safety for BBC Television
The Missing Link on road accidents
MDG’s (One World Broadcasting award nominated for 2011)
Richard Stanley Productions has in recent years produced material for numerous clients including UNICEF, the World Health Organization, and The Task Force for Global Health, The FIA Foundation, UNFPA, the BBC, HTV, Carlton Television and OXFAM. The company has considerable experience filming in North and South America, Africa, Europe, Asia and the Caribbean.
Richard interviewing Secretary-General Kofi Annan
In addition to broadcast work, Richard Stanley Productions has extensive experience in producing material on advocacy and campaigning issues. The films produced have featured public figures such as Kofi Annan, Tony Blair, Ban Ki Moon, Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu, President Jimmy Carter, Zinzi Mandela, Liam Neeson, Michelle Yeoh, Lord Attenborough, Ewan McGreggor and Professor Jeffrey Sachs.
The full time and contracted staff of Richard Stanley Productions includes award winning directors, cameramen and editors. The company has comprehensive production and postproduction facilities.