B7 Media is multi award-winning UK indie with an international track record in developing, packaging and producing content and formats for radio, theatre, television, film and digital platforms (SKY, BBC, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 4 Extra, Audible/Amazon, UKTV, SPACE, Eastlink TV and Syfy Channel).
B7 Media’s output ranges from the popular indie film romance Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont starring Joan Plowright, Anna Massey, Zoe Tapper and Rupert Friend; to a range of audio dramas with a distinctly cinematic edge (I Robot, Dan Dare, Unsinkable), produced for Audible, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 4 Extra. Other film credits include a long-time collaboration with Canadian filmmaker Paul Kimball, The Cuckoo in the Clock, mystery thriller Roundabout, the multi-award winning noir thriller Exit Thread and and their latest collaboration The Colour of Spring.
Notable BBC Radio 4 dramas include Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles, cult BBC sci-fi series Blake’s 7, the critically acclaimed series Dan Dare (inspired by the 1950s Eagle comic) and the multi-award-winning dramatisation of Isaac Asimov’s I, Robot. B7 also produces highly topical drama including the adaptation of Sumia Sukkar’s debut novel The Boy from Aleppo who Painted the War and for Audible Originals the docudrama series revealing the untold story of The Space Race narrated by Kate Mulgrew.
Upcoming projects include an original graphic novel based on the upcoming audio sci-fi thriller, Pilgrim; a podcast drama series based on Robin Evans’ graphic novel trilogy Venna’s Planet, a new thriller series for Audible Originals and UK producer on the audio movie Unsinkable, based on the true story of the San Demetrio, one of the most extraordinary tales of heroism and seamanship of the Second World War.
In the world of theatre, B7 Media produced Sonnet 155; an event fusing music and drama staged at the internationally renowned Almeida Theatre. Structured around Tim Arnold’s concept album of the same name, the event featured Shakespeare readings and performances by Richard Briers (his last stage performance), Benedict Cumberbatch, Hattie Morahan, Paul McGann and Lisa Dillon.
Current projects include a period television drama series Marriage Bureau created by Richard Kurti (Going Postal, Sherlock Holmes & The Baker Street Irregulars) and the Producers are Andrew Mark Sewell (Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont, Exit Thread), Laura Rista (Lovelace and Oscar nominated, Margin Call) and Bronwyn Cornelius (Widow’s Walk) whose latest film Clemency won the Sundance Film Festival (2019) U.S. Grand Jury Prize.
B7’s factual credits include Haunted for UKTV (shortlisted for the Montreux e-Rose); documentaries Secrets of the Paranormal (UKTV), Famous Monster (biography about Forrest J Ackerman), Barcelona Burnout (ITV, Men & Motors), Best Evidence: Top 10 UFO Sightings (SPACE), Echoes of the Past (UK History) and The Space Race (a co-production with Boffin Media for Audible/Amazon).
Extending our factual output, B7 has recently brought on board an experienced factual writer/director, Stephen Gibson, and entered into a partnership with science and arts documentary production company Boffin Media.