The film tells the story of Nick - a death row inmate who, after 23 years fighting for his life, finally petitions the court – asking to be executed. The film’s release marks the end of an epic journey for both its subject Nick and for producer Christopher Riley. It began in 2006 when Christopher first heard Nick’s story on a BBC Radio programme.
Christopher Riley’s new book "Haynes NASA Voyager 1 & 2 Owners’ Workshop Manual" published by Haynes on the 24th August 2015, calls for a new digital update to one of planet Earth's most remarkable time capsules of humanity, carried onboard NASA’s twin Voyager spacecraft.
Award winning film producer Christopher Riley is delighted to announce that DOX Productions' new documentary feature THE FEAR OF 13, directed by David Sington http://www.thefearof13.com/ will receive its world premiere as part of the BFI London Film Festival 2015 on Saturday 10 October at Picturehouse Central, in Shaftesbury Avenue. A second LFF screening will take place on Saturday 17 October at the Curzon Mayfair, and the UK theatrical release date is planned for Friday 13 November 2015.
Phil Hunt is the winner of the BBC Two television series HAIR, which comes with the official title, "Britain’s Best Amateur Hair Stylist 2015”.
Phil Hunt, hairdressing student at Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College, continues to compete, and as the last man standing in the latest BBC Two television series of ‘Hair’ in his endeavour to be named Britain’s best amateur hair stylist.
Aspiring young hairdresser Phil Hunt, originally from Goole, East Yorkshire is hoping to hit the big time by entering the latest BBC Two television series of ‘Hair’. Hosted by comedian Katherine Ryan, the show is in search of Britain’s best amateur hair stylist.
October Sixty Six is proud to present Sensitive Subjects, two one act plays, The Revlon Girl and Barren, both of which share in the sensitive subject of child bereavement.
(London, UK – 13 April 2015) Since launching, NASA’s most famous space telescope has beamed stunning images of spectacular galaxies, exploding stars and vast nebulae back to Earth and revolutionised our understanding of the universe. To mark its 25th anniversary (#Hubble25), National Geographic Channel documents what is perhaps NASA’s most successful science project ever, in Hubble’s Cosmic Journey, premiering Saturday 18th April at 8pm on National Geographic Channel.
Directed and produced by BAFTA winner Liz Tucker for Verve Productions, this documentary is a unique filmic record revealing the devastating reality of motor neurone disease, as it has never been seen before.
The National Geographic Channel today announced that BAFTA nominated film director Christopher Riley will helm the network’s global special ‘Hubble’s Cosmic Journey’.
This is the story of the most extraordinary and audacious experiment in the history of animal science. It was carried out by visionary ‘60s neuroscientist John Lilly, who had a remarkable ambition. He wanted to be able to communicate with dolphins, by teaching them to speak English.
As part of its long-term ‘Giving Back to Education’ initiative, Zero Degrees Events, one of the UK’s leading entertainments technical production and creative live events agencies has donated a years supply of ‘study snacks’ to four university students.