The Great Debate 2016
COOK ME THE MONEY
This ITV Cookery series sees three teams of amateur chefs creating and selling a dish of their choice. They must set up a business by selling their dish to paying customers. This is the intro theme.
London Olympics 2012
LOCOG / Universal
These are excerpts from David's 12 minute "World Stage" mix of Chariots Of Fire by Vangelis, commissioned by LOCOG. It's one of five variations of the classic theme, used during the medal presentation ceremonies at London 2012
The Great Interior Design Challenge
A 12 part series in which amateur designers compete to be the best British Interior Designer. The series travels across the country, to introduce a new street and house design in each episode so viewers can learn about their history and how they have affected the architecture of the homes there.
Twelve famous faces take on some of the most challenging and dangerous winter sports as they bid to become crowned champion of The Jump
Fifth Gear started its seventeenth series in June 2010 on Five. It's repeated on UKTV Dave Channel, Fifth Gear has also been broadcast in the USA and Australia. David wrote Fifth Gear’s theme in 2002, and has done several remixes for subsequent series. You can here more mixes, including some not heard on TV in the members area
Cash In The Attic
BBC One/ BBC Two/Leopardfilms
Cash in the Attic premièred in 2002 and has run for seventeen series. David's music has accompanied the series throughout its long run.
BBC World Service
David was asked to give the World Service a contemporary and easily recognisable musical identity in 2007. He worked closely with journalists in the newsrooms and broadcasters heard on air everyday, to produce the sequences.
Police Camera Action
David wrote this for the first series in 1994, the programme was then called "Police Stop" There have been six more series over the subsequent years, the latest in 2010. More of David's mixes for the show in the members area
Hardtalk is a flagship BBC television programme, consisting of in-depth half-hour one-on-one interviews. It is broadcast with David’s title music on BBC World News and the BBC News channel. Launched in 1997, much of its worldwide fame is due to its global reach via BBC World News.
Title Sequence, Studio environment and marketing material all designed by Made In Colour.
David's arrangement with Bella Saer of the famous Panorama theme written by Francis Lai and called "Aujourd'hui C'est Toi"
Countryfile Spring Diaries
This new weekly spin off series explores the secrets of spring
BIG BOX LITTLE BOX
Families around the UK test a wide range of new gadgets and gizmos available in their everyday lives.
The Question Jury
"Seven strangers locked in a jury room must answer general knowledge questions unanimously to stand a chance of winning up to £10,000 but only one of them leaves with the day's total prize fund"
BBC News 2013
Presented by John Simpson, the BBC’s World Affairs Editor, The Editors showcases the journalistic skill on offer from the BBC’s on-air editors, all of whom have a wealth of editorial experience in their specialist area.
Guy Martin - How Britain Worked
Channel 4 2012
Guy Martin celebrates the workers of the Industrial Revolution, bringing some of the 19th century's most impressive engineering achievements back to life. David co-wrote the music for this series with Simon Darlow
Chris Tarrant Extreme Railways
Channel 5 2012
In this series Chris Tarrant explores some of the world's oldest and extreme railways. David co wrote the music with Simon Darlow with a mix of modern and traditional sounds from India The Congo and Austraila
The Hoarder Next Door
Channel 4 2012
Psychotherapist Stelios Kiosses and a team of expert de-clutterers come to the aid of a group of extreme hoarders in a bid to change their lives and homes. Here's a selection of tracks from the show, broadcast in May 2012
The Choir That Rocks
ITV 1 2011
Rock Choir is the largest contemporary choir in Britain. This ITV show follows them to their biggest performance ever, as they attempt to fill 10,500 seats at Wembley.
Bear Grylls Wild Weekends
Channel 4 2012
Adventurer Bear Grylls takes Miranda Hart and Jonathan Ross on their own wild and challenging expeditions in some of the worlds most stunning environments. David co-wrote the music for the series with Simon Darlow.
Ray Mears Northern Wilderness
The Northern Wilderness theme is David's latest arrangement of the original music from Ray Mears World of Survival. It was first broadcast in 1997 with "The Arctic", and ended in 1998. It would be followed by Extreme Survival. Ray himself asked for the theme to be brought back in his “Walkabout” series.
This series for BBC 4 and BBC 2 travelled across Great Britain to uncover and explore fossil sites. It was produced for the Open University. David's music featured the BBC Singers.
Ray Mears World Of Survival
Ray Mears “World of Survival” series was first broadcast in 1997. It was followed by "Extreme Survival". Ray asked for David’s theme to be brought back in his “Wild Food”, “Walkabout” and "Northern Wilderness" series.
This drama series is set in a missing persons unit, and stars Pauline Quirke. The first five episodes aired on BBC One in 2009, with a second series of ten episodes airing in 2010. David’s sensitive score was an important part of each programme. He also wrote the title theme
ITV's Evacuees Reunited told the stories of fifteen World War Two evacuees, as they attempted to retrace their steps of nearly seventy years ago. It was presented by Michael Aspel.
Guilty Pleasures was a Saturday night entertainment
show for ITV1. The show celebrated the music the nation secretly loves, with contemporary pop artists performing their favourite pop songs. David wrote the theme with Simon Darlow, as a pastiche of 70’s glam rock.
Jeremy Clarkson's Extreme Machines
A six-part documentary series, originally broadcast on BBC Two, and focusing on presenter Jeremy Clarkson, testing out a series of cars, jet planes and powerboats.
Jeremy Clarkson's Motorworld
Another Series from Jeremy Clarkson about the car and motoring cultures around the world. Each episode focused on a different country or region, including one for the UK. David’s music reflected the journey through the different cultures in each show.
In Essential Poems, writer Daisy Goodwin lead viewers on a poetic journey through the ups and downs of love.
Filmed as mini-dramas in contemporary locations, the poems accompanied by David’s music, were recited by actors and celebrities, including Alison Steadman, Christopher Lee, Damian Lewis, Amanda Holden and Prunella Scales.
Alan Titchmarsh: How to be a Gardener
Two series of gardening programmes in a contemporary style presented by Alan Titchmarsh
The Car's the star
The Car's the Star was hosted by Quentin Wilson. In each episode a biography of the car is described by Wilson interspersed by interviews with the cars owners, the show would sometimes show owners club events and race days.