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I am Incredibly proud to have received a nomination in the Original Music Score category for ‘Spotlight on The Troubles: A Secret History’ for the RTS NI Programme Awards. Thank you to RTS Northern Ireland for this nomination. The winner will be announced on 12th November, virtually this year.

A huge thank you to the incredibly talented production team at BBC Northern Ireland that I worked with on this landmark series, especially series producer Chris Thornton for believing in me and bringing me on board for the challenge. I am very proud to have played a small part in this remarkable documentary series, which uncovered a series of revelations about the decades-long conflict that tragically claimed so many lives.

And a big thank you to my music team and the musicians who played on my soundtrack.

Recording string quartet at Urchin Studios, London

 

Back in February ‘Spotlight on the Troubles: A Secret History’ won the RTS National Current Affairs award:

“The winning entry demonstrated both brilliant storytelling and wonderfully evocative film making. It was a complex story that was well pulled together and included stunning new revelations. Altogether a great piece of investigative journalism.”

Joby Burgess playing the oil drum at the soundtrack recording session.

 

Thank you to directors: Maurice May, Denise O’Connor, Tamanna Rahman, Chris Moore, Sarah Mole, Lena Ferguson, Claire Irwin, Ciaran O’Neil and Rory Tinman.

Thank you Mandy McAuley, Darragh Macintyre and Jennifer O’Leary.

Thank you BBC Northern Ireland: Jeremy Adams, Gwyneth Jones, Chris Thornton, Sam Collins.

And finally, special thanks to film editors David Howel, Andy Kemp, Mick Clarke & Cathy Whitla.

Alex Luchita made a short film about how I created the soundtrack here.