It’s months in the making. When people ask us how long our radio documentaries for BBC World Service can take to make that can be the answer: months. That is certainly true of our latest – AKA Mystery Island – which is being broadcast this week around the world.
getting inside Mystery Island Story
First there’s lots […]
There are changes coming that will make it more important than ever to secure websites. For many owners of websites, the purpose of a website is to make information public, so why is there a need to add additional security? Sure, if you took credit card payments or stored and processed confidential information then it […]
We are making our next one hour documentary for BBC World Service. It investigates the extraordinary growth of cruise ship traffic, in particular to Vanuatu. From this chain of islands in the South Pacific we report from the southernmost island of Aneityum and how the community of Anelguhat is managing the influx of as many as 30,000 cruise ship […]
Elegant, athletic and groomed to perfection, young thoroughbred horses are the focus for our latest radio documentary for BBC World Service. You can catch the broadcast live or online on the BBC World Service website.
Capturing action and atmosphere
Recording the programme involved Green Shoots spending long days at the historic Tattersalls auction site in Newmarket, Suffolk for […]
To see the positive difference our communications training work makes is always a pleasure. In the first three months of this year we have been heartened – well delighted, actually – to see the participants of the latest our top-of-the-range training courses put their strengthened communication skills into practice.
Three days of non-stop communication skills training
We’re on air. Our latest BBC World Service radio documentary is Follow that Tractor. Listen to an extraordinary tale of people, places and machinery that we loved putting together so you can marvel at these secondhand farm machines and all that they mean.
The tractor supermarket
In a flat piece of English Fenland, a site the size of 40 […]
A good chair makes a world of difference. By ‘chair’ we don’t mean the furniture you sit on. We mean the personality that is cleverly and concisely at the helm to steer proceedings. It was Susie Emmett’s pleasure to be invited to be chair again at the FARMA Conference 2016, the annual gathering of the […]
Film making can sometimes be about capturing that moment. But for some of our productions, the film is about the months in a business. It was great on a fine March morning to get out and about (with ground cameras) and up and away (with our drone) on the first shoot of the season for our […]
Read our latest news for broadcast times for Follow that Tractor.
We’ve heard some very good news. BBC World Service have said “Yes please” to our idea of a radio documentary for broadcast this summer around the world. Why? Because we have a story with great pulling power.
In our programme Follow That Tractor we will be […]
It’s a remarkable thing that we often have to see in order to really hear. Engaging the visual sense can strengthen our capacity to hear a story – and remember and act on it. And it’s why Green Shoots are busier than ever producing films.
In East Africa, the innovative biopesticide and biocontrol company Real […]