You know who you should have had in that film….

At the last count we have interviewed 64 people for the City That Rocked The World. But it doesn’t matter how many people we interview I know what I will hear when the film is finally screened, “You know who you should have had in that film….” It’s like trying to fit four pints into a one pint pot. Whether you like music from Liverpool or not there’s no denying this city has produced a lot of it.
My colleague, Tony starts six straight days of drama production on Saturday. Great script by Tony Lindsay and directed by Philip Wood. We’re shooting all over Manchester with a great cast and crew. It’s about Data Protection – who’s got your details…

Beat Music and Blaggers

It’s been a busy start to the year at Brightmoon. We’re up and running with the City That Rocked The World feature documentary and in production with two drama films for the Information Commissioner’s Office – Data Protection to you and me.

We’ve been concentrating on the 50s and 60s with our interviews for City That Rocked talking to some of the musicians who helped shape the Mersey sound. These guys are unsung heroes of the Liverpool music scene and its been a pleasure to interview them.

Meanwhile we have been working with director, Philip Wood (Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Brookside, Desperate Scousewives) and scriptwriter, Tony Lyndsay (Holby City, London’s Burning) to produce two 15 minute dramas dealing with Data protection and how to detect and deal with blaggers. So it’s beat music and blaggers at Brightmoon just now.

So the question is: Who would you cast as a blagger?