BBC Learning

The Composerworks’ Paul Honey has collaborated with BBC Learning on 2 productions:

Life Stories: Red Production Company (the makers of Happy Valley, Prey and Scott and Bailey) made 5 short dramas for BBC Learning. Aimed at 7-11yr olds, each film explores a different emotional experience that children can relate to, enjoy and learn from – from sibling rivalry to friendship issues. The films are broadcast on the Learning Zone on BBC 2 and on the Class Clips BBC website. Paul worked with, amongst others, Bill Gallagher (Lark Rise To Candleford, The Paradise) on two of the films.

You can see excerpts of the films here.

Children of The Holocaust: 2014 Bafta nominated, this is a 6-part series made by Fettle Animation for BBC Two. It is produced by Kath Shakleton and executive produced by Katy Jones.

Eyewitness accounts from history, brought to life for a young audience in remarkable animation. Elderly survivors recount their childhood experiences of Nazi atrocities; their escape from occupied mainland Europe to Britain; adapting to life in the UK and the impact on their lives subsequently.

The films are broadcast on BBC 2 and are also available to watch on the BBC website for 5 years from 2014 here.


Paul Farrer provided title and related music for Street Auction.

Banks & Wag scored the title and related music for The National Lottery Live show which broadcasts weekly on BBC One.


Paul Honey scored The Coastal Path for BBC Two, broadcast in 2016. He also scored Earth’s Wildest Waters: The Big Fish, a six-part international fishing competition which aired in 2015.

BBC Four

Paul Honey scored Genius Of The Ancient World for BBC Four, a 3-part series which broadcast in 2015

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