Articles by: Kate Chedciala

Introducing Our New Design Director

It’s busy time for TJ over the summer so we haven’t had a chance to introduce the latest addition to the team until now.  Tristan Wickham joined us in August as our amazing new Design Director. I asked him a few questions to find out more about the man behind […]

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Children in Care Tell Their Story

Earlier this year we were contacted by The Brighter Futures for Children team based in Reading. The children they worked with wanted to produce a film which told their story and encouraged other children who might be starting their journey in care. We really felt it would be the authenticity […]

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TellyJuice Do Glasto

The office was a bit quieter last week as some of the TJ team glittered up and headed down to Glastonbury. While the rest of us had a serious case of FOMO, Glastonbury regulars Harry, Maddie and Lauren were on hand to give us the low-down from the site, along […]

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Love Island Has the Office Hooked, 100%

After a month of cracking-on, mugging-off and coupling up things in the villa are hotter than this week’s heatwave in Europe. Now that Love Island has returned to our screens, lunchtime chat here at TellyJuice Towers has moved on from the epic drama of Game of Thrones and now revolves […]

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The Whole Truth

The HBO series Chernobyl has received huge praise in recent months. In fact, it’s currently the highest-rated TV series of all time on IMBD. Inspired by the worst nuclear power disaster in history, the series has been applauded for its attention to detail and thought-provoking storytelling. Whilst not the easiest […]

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All’s Well That Ends Well

“There were a couple of good moments but overall it left far too many unanswered questions to ever be satisfying.” – Bethan “It would have been a fitting finale if it had been a trashier show, but given the first few seasons were outstanding it was a massive let down.” […]

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You Talking to Me?

Breaking the fourth wall isn’t a new phenomenon but thanks to the recent success of BBC’s hit show Fleabag, it’s been a much talked about technique in recent months. Charlie Chaplin’s Little Tramp character unashamedly acknowledged the camera in his 1914 screen debut and it has been a common trope […]

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But Does It Spark Joy?

Everyone I know at the moment is Marie Kondo-ing the heck out of their living spaces.Not a day goes by without someone sending me a picture of their perfectly ordered sock drawer. Surely there has never been a time in human history when people have been as proud of their […]

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30 Years of the Web… And Our Bethan!

Tim Berners-Lee’s World Wide Web recently turned 30 and so did TellyJuice’s very own Bethan. These two wonders of the modern world share much more in common than just a birthday, take for example… Their Love of Cats Ms Greatorex definitely favours felines, and the internet is also clearly obsessed […]

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The Oscars 2019: Mum’s the Word

This week saw Sound Editor Nina Hartstone win the Oscar for the film Bohemian Rhapsody alongside John Warhurst. Rather than hitting the headlines for this well-deserved accolade, she has been the topic of discussion after the BBC website referred to her as a “Sound Editor Mum“.  This dubious title has […]

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