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About us

Our background is innovation. Our passion is storytelling.

 

The world is filled with sad, uplifting or funny stories of love, eccentricity, relationships, politics and science. We aim to serve the stories we share through using whichever medium is best suited to it.

 

 If it calls for imaginative, crafted audio, then we make a radio programme. If it needs the magic of live performance, we produce theatre and if a landmark stage production should be captured for a wider audience and for generations to come, we film it for cinema release, TV, download and DVD.

 

We love what we do. Meeting new people, hearing new tales and telling them for new audiences. 

 

 

 

Ralph Bernard

Ralph has been in the media and arts industry for more than 40 years; he was one of the founders and for 20 years was Chief Executive, then Chairman, of Classic FM.

 

 

He is an award-winning radio documentaries producer making programmes for both commercial and BBC Radio.

 

 

As Chief Executive and Chairman of the quoted plc, GWR Group for 25 years he ran Britain’s largest radio company. As Chairman of the Digital Radio Development Bureau for 8 years he played a leading role in the introduction of Digital Radio in the UK.

 

 

He is also former Chief Executive of the Royal Albert Hall.

 

 

His other media and arts industry appointments include Chairman of the Central School of Ballet and Ballet Central, Chairman of the Broadcast Journalists Training Council and for 10 years he served as a director of the Watermill Theatre in Newbury. He is also a Trustee of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford-Upon-Avon. Among other appointments he is a current trustee and former Chairman of the British Lung Foundation.

 

 


Ralph is based in London and Wiltshire. and away from his media commitments he plays five a side football and regularly runs the London marathon, completing his 15th marathon in 2019.

Creative Producer, CEO

Ralph Bernard CBE

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Alice trained as a performer at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, before joining QP. Since 2011 she has written, performed and produced on most of QP's projects. Alice is also a content creator on Instagram; runs a campaign, website and podcast for anyone going through infertility or loss. She is one half of the fertility events company catandalice.com and consults with brands and organisations helping them connect with the 'trying to conceive' community.

She is a proud IVF Mum, based in London and loves a croissant, a coffee and a dance!

Creative Development Director

Alice Rose Fyles

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Quentin has five Sony Radio Awards, is inducted into the Digital Radio Hall of Fame and is the only engineer on Commercial Radio's Roll of Honour.  

 

He is a broadcast engineer, radio presenter and media executive.  He pioneered ground-breaking technologies in radio broadcasting with GWR, built Classic FM's studios and national FM transmitter network, and is recognised as the driving force behind the success of DAB transmission in the UK .  He also transformed the Forces' broadcaster into a fully digital Radio and TV network and ran the UK TV channel, Forces TV.  

Quentin is a Trustee of the National Library of Wales; the British Wireless for the Blind Fund charity and the Devizes Arts Festival.  He is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.

He's based between Wiltshire and Wales.  

Project Director

Quentin Howard

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Simon spent 25 years in broadcasting and has been a presenter, station managing director, HR director and Communications Director in his career in radio, ranging from Classic FM to digital stations.

 

He chaired the Encounters Short Film Festival in Bristol for 10 years, and serves on the board of a hands-on science centre and the Bristol Chamber of Commerce.

Managing Director

Simon Cooper