About Cambridge TV
Television That Makes You Think
Cambridge TV creates television that makes you think, for UK broadcast channels and online.
We are a production company based in Cambridge, UK. We produce intelligent, involving content using our strong relationships with leaders in science and business. Our programmes are aimed at the national broadcasters, as well as local television and online video channels.
During 2015-2016 we created all of the content – over a thousand programmes, including news pieces – for the local TV channel, Cambridge TV. We provided hours of news material for the BBC regional news and continue to produce magazine programmes broadcast on the local TV channel.
Meet the Cambridge TV Directors
DIRECTOR, CAMBRIDGE TV
Carl founded Cambridge TV in 2014. Between 2015-16 the team created nearly 12 hours a week of original news, science, business and cultural programming for a Cambridge audience on Freeview and Virgin Media.
He now develops factual formats for TV and online and is directly involved in as much programme making as possible.
Carl is experienced in film and TV production, having worked on feature films, TV shows and online video. Having filmed Hollywood stars and interviewed royalty, he can confirm that the people he’s met making documentaries about science, art and business are much more interesting…
CHIEF EXECUTIVE, CAMBRIDGE TV TRAINING
Bob is founder and Chief Executive of Cambridge TV Training, Cambridge TV’s partner organisation. He is also a director at Cambridge TV.
Bob has held senior executive positions in the world of education (City & Guilds, Open University) and technology (Acorn) and has a background in change management, business development and science & technology.
He develops formats at Cambridge TV and, through Cambridge TV Training, provides opportunities for participants to learn production skills while gaining real broadcast credits. He believes that learning by doing, in a demanding but supportive environment, is the key to a career in today’s creative industries.