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Maison Dieu Coffee Advert 2022
Clyde Island Gins | Advert
Visit Bute: Scenery
Visit Bute: Businesses
Being A Deaf Uni Student (BBC Social Documentary)
Stag Fitness | Promo Video
IBAC | Promo Video
JOIN TODAY, Army Cadet Force Advert
Bute Kitchen: Farmers Market
Bute Kitchen: Businesses At A Glance
Time for Change, Shelter Scotland
Wesley Snips (Short Doc, 2020)
Humanitarian Protection Team, Dundee 
Pressures On Freshers (Short Documentary)
Bute's New Scots
Callum Beattie | It's Christmas
Rangers Partner With Recovapro
Meet Behind The B Team

BBC THE SOCIAL

WE CREATE SHORT-FORM CONTENT FOR BBC THE SOCIAL

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08k3nq6

A Brighter Day Is On Its Way

Jamie offers hope to young people who have also suffered through grief by promising that a brighter day is on its way.

Featuring:  Jamie Murray

Filmed and Edited: Jamie Murray and Connor Grant.

Producer: Ryan Pasi

01 January 2022

The Karate Club For People With Additional Support Needs

"Karate's got loads to offer people with disabilities."

 

Sanjeev visits Kugatsu Karate, a club in Glasgow for adults and children with additional support needs and able-bodied people also.

Featuring:  Sanjeev Mann.

Filmed and Edited: Jamie Murray

Producer: Ryan Pasi

30 November 2021

Good Enough | A Poem By Ross Wilcock

We all deserve to feel good enough

Featuring:  Ross Wilcock.

Filmed and Edited: Jamie Murray

Producer: Ryan Pasi

21 November 2021

Becoming a Nurse During a Pandemic

Jocelyn reflects on being a student nurse during covid...

Featuring:  Jocelyn McK.

Filmed and Edited: Jamie Murray

Producer: Ryan Pasi

21 June 2021

How Restaurant Staff Have Responded To The Pandemic

Katie visits Edinburgh restaurant Aizle to see the impacts the Covid-19 pandemic has had on their members of staff.

Featuring:  Katie Williams.

Filmed and Edited: Jamie Murray

Producer: Ryan Pasi

17 November 2020

Mental Health And The Hospitality Industry

Julie Lin, owner and head chef of Glasgow restaurant Julie's Kopitiam, talks about how we can adapt our working environments in the hospitality industry to better suit those suffering from mental health issues.

Featuring:  Katie Williams.

Filmed and Edited: Jamie Murray

Producer: Ryan Pasi

16 July 2020

Disability And Employment In Scotland

Only around 53% of working-age disabled people are in employment in the UK. Michale McEwan is a freelance journalist, public speaker and disability campaigner. He wants to know why that statistic is so high, and what we can do about it?

Featuring: Michale McEwan 

Filmed and Edited: Jamie Murray

Producer: Ryan Pasi

30 January 2020

Nobody wants to pee in a glorified closet.

Whilst people are largely more aware of accessibility issues nowadays, there remains a significant struggle amongst many people with disabilities - going to the toilet. Kiana Kalantar discusses the problems that she and many others continue to experience when faced with the challenge of manoeuvring around a closet-sized loo.

Featuring: Kiana Kalantar-Hormozi

Filmed and Edited: Jamie Murray

Producer: Ryan Pasi

23 January 2020

Coping With The Loss Of My Brother

Jamie lost his brother, Craig, after a lifelong terminal condition. He has learned a few things about grief that he wants to share.

Featuring: Kiana Kalantar-Hormozi

Filmed and Edited: Jamie Murray

Producer: Myles Bonnar

19 December 2018