THE HUMAN BODY

We'll be taking a look inside ourselves and the human body on the last ever episode of CULTURE SHOCK!

Join us at 5pm on November 15th

 

EPISODE 5 MUSIC BAND - CARDINAL KINGS

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Alex Cartlidge - Producer Episode 5

Over the last 2 years, Alex has produced and directed live comedy shows across the UK. The sketch show "Britney" played to sell out audiences in London, Oxford, Cambridge and Edinburgh, gaining rave reviews and mentions in The Guardian and Evening Standard. Alex has been running Country Mile Comedy Club in London since October 2016, raising money for a different charity every month, and regularly filled with comic stars of screen, stage and radio. Whilst at University, Alex produced several short films, was the President of the prestigious Marlowe Society, and also tour managed the Cambridge Footlights International Tour Show across the UK and America, playing to sell out crowds at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In the summer, he directed the NFTS project "The Lowdown", which featured stand-up, live-music and political discussions. His aim is to be a comedy director and producer after graduating from the NFTS.

 
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Vicky Swain- Producer Episode 5

From working in a cinema to graduating with a degree in Film and Television last year, Vicky has always been at home producing media. After learning studio practices on both drama and factual productions she has since focused her efforts on television and also worked on a variety of media and marketing teams within scouting – both at a local and national level including event photography and live-event filming. Most recently, Vicky produced a pilot for ‘The Witching Hour’, a new multi-camera paranormal show which explored local hauntings. She’s looking forward to trying out multi-camera directing for the first time on Culture Shock.

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Nelson Asare - Director Episode 5

Nelson is currently studying towards his Master’s degree in Directing and Producing for Television Entertainment at the National Film and Television School based in Beaconsfield, and hopes to go on to direct and produce successful TV formats in the future.

In 2016, he graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a degree in Media, Communications and Society. Prior to this, he had undertaken work experience in both the radio and magazine industries.

Upon finishing his undergraduate study, he then went on to work and as an ENG camera operator at The International Media Associates, a Reuters company. While there, he covered recent events such as the Westminster attacks, the anti-Trump protests and many more. In 2017, he joined Al Ghad TV as their main floor manager, working closely with the presenters, studio production team and staff.