We produce video, film, radio and podcast for broadcast, webstreaming, museums, heritage and online content. We are specialists in broadcast, arts, educational, participatory and documentary filming. We also work with the latest technologies to create multi-media events and cover live events with multi-camera mixes for online broadcast

Our clients include the BBC, Guy's and St Thomas' Charity, Wiley Education Services, the Ashmolean Museum, Story Museum, Thrive London and arts partner organisations.

Current projects

BBC R4 - The Truth About Tourette’s

Aidy Smith is a TV presenter with Tourette’s. He is one of a small number of media personalities with the syndrome and is a recently appointed patron for the UK’s largest neurodiversity charity, the ADHD Foundation. This programme is his own story about his life and journey to normalise the representation of Tourette’s across TV, radio and beyond. The Truth About Tourette’s will air on BBC Radio 4 on May 31st at 11am and June 6th at 9pm, thereafter streaming on BBC Sounds for 12 months.

Past projects

BBC R4 - 'And Please Can I Have a Unicorn and World Peace'

2020 - 2022
Currently available on BBC Sounds and originally broadcast in December 2020 on BBC Radio 4. Presented by Miles Jupp and Produced by Sara Parker for Rosa Productions and BBC Radio 4. Executive Producer - Emma Walker.

BBC Radio 4 - The Pebble in Your Pocket

Broadcast on BBC Radio 4 at 11am on Tuesday 12 May and 9pm Monday 8 May 2020. Why do people love pebbles? What is it about their appearance, texture, sounds, history and folklore that inspires us? What do pebbles tell us about the world, and about ourselves? Producer and Photography: Steve Urquhart. Executive Producer: Emma Walker. A Rosa Production for BBC Radio 4

'City of Stories' at The Story Museum

City of Stories is a multi screen experience for audiences of all ages. Step into the Story Craft and fly through a thousand years of Oxford’s story history, from ancient myths and legends to classics of children’s literature enjoyed across the world.

Thrive London - Live webstreaming event

In March 2020 we were invited to live webstream Ruby's Worry - a theatre event for children, in partnership with Thrive London at the Tramshed in Woolwich

BBC Radio 4 - Designing a World for Everyone

In May 2019 we took designer Pattie Moore back to New York for a BBC Radio 4 documentary produced by Rosa Productions. 'Designing a World for Everyone' was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Monday 18th November 2019 at 8pm and repeated on Wednesday 20th November at 11am

Dragon Cafe - Mental Fight Club

"You can't remake the world without remaking yourself" Ben Okri. Commissioned by the Mental Fight Club this film is a powerful reflection of the work of the Dragon Cafe in Borough, SE London, and in the City of London, and the importance of the projects, and their creative activity. The Dragon Cafe is a leading example of the importance of social prescribing and the benefit of arts in the support of our mental wellbeing.

My Health Story

Commissioned by Guy's and St Thomas' Charity, this series of personal testament short films and digital stories has a focus on the people of the London boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark. We worked with community groups to reach individuals to share their stories about living with multiple long term health conditions.

Multi-camera/phone/tablet live and recorded filming for social media

2016 - 2018
For Carnival of Animals with Exeter RAMM Museum and Shademakers UK, and at other events, our media coverage of arts and events offers a very contemporary opportunity to publish video content live, using phones, tablets and mobile software technologies. We work with partners and clients who present arts and other live events to produce live or recorded multi camera or single camera coverage of events for publishing online.

Lincoln 16 - BBC partnership project

Lincoln 16 was a collaborative project with BBC Radio Lincolnshire bringing to life World War One Lincoln through broadcast, social media and events. The media coverage ran alongside our events and arts project Green Fields Beyond

Nottingham Trent University - Video & Graphics Production

2016 - 2018
Our academic courswork filming at Nottingham Trent University covered a wide range of course content - International Relations, Construction Project Management and the MBA with specialist pathways. We worked with Wiley Education Services we plan the video content to bring the teaching to life for the global postgraduate students.

University of Birmingham - Video Production

2015 - 2020
We work on a variety of international online postgraduate courses with Wiley Education Services for the University of Birmingham. Educational media content produced for the courses includes documentary, teacher presence and graphics led production.

Unlock Democracy - Magna Carta

To mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta we were commissioned by Unlock Democracy to attend and work with communities to film their events across the UK, including community participation in discussions and creative activity. Short films were produced for each event for use on social media and web, and for documenting the overall project we produced a video which summarised the views and debates around proposals for a new Magna Carta.

Clay Live

A series of videos with potters of international acclaim who appeared at Clay Live 2013. The potters offfered talks, demonstrations and exhibitions organised by a consortium including The Oxford Ceramics Gallery, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, and supported by Margaret O'Rorke and the Craft Potters Association

Lipdub Lincoln

2013 - 2014
Producer of the online video and live media event for Lipdub Lincoln, the award winning production commissioned by BBC Radio Lincolnshire. The project was awarded Radio Academy Gold Award for Creative Innovation 2014.

Britain in a Day

2011 - 2012
A BBC Learning commission to support and encourage video production by members of the public for the BBC2 feature film, Britain in a Day.