Introducing The Lighting For Radio Podcast, a new series which offers an intimate glimpse into the lives of some of the UKs leading TV & Film Lighting Professionals.
Each episode we will talk to some of the industry's leading lights, as they share first-hand experiences and lessons on how they reached the top of their profession.
Hosting every conversation is Broadcaster Nia Visser who's career credits include work as Radio Presenter with the BBC and currently Jazz FM.
4 - Bernie Davis, award winning Lighting Director
Lighting Director Bernie Davis speaks to host Nia Visser.
Bernie shares some of his career highlights, speaks about the changes in television lighting since he began working in the industry and reveals a clever lighting trick from BBC Two’s ’Carols from Kings’.
3 - David Bishop, BAFTA award winning Lighting Director
Lighting Director David Bishop shares some top moments from his career, reveals how the school Nativity play kick-started his fascination with lighting and discusses the importance of Mental Health First Aiders in the industry.
2 - Tim Routledge, award winning Lighting Designer and Lighting Director
Host Nia Visser speaks to award winning Lighting Designer and Lighting Director Tim Routledge.
Tim shares stories and highlights from his career, discusses the challenges of lighting a headline act at Glastonbury, the impact that mobile phones have on a show and what’s in store for 2022.
Lighting for Radio is sponsored by Robe and Version 2.
1 - Nick Edwards, MD of Version 2 talks about lighting rental for the television industry
Host Nia Visser talks to Nick Edwards the Founder, and Managing Director of Version 2. Lighting rental specialists for the television industry.
Edwards has 25 years of dedicated television lighting experience, having held technical, commercial and management positions at PRG, Panalux and Aurora, after his training at the flagship training facility in BBC Wood Norton, all prior to founding Version 2 in 2016.