Jerusalem Productions is a media co-production company working to increase understanding and knowledge of the Christian religion and its values via the broadcast media, to as wide an audience as possible. The company was established in 1990 and is involved in radio, television and online broadcasting, and has invested in one film.
Jerusalem Productions has recently been involved in a number of exciting projects, including television, internet and social media campaigns. Explore the site to see the full range of investment projects.
The company is run by a Board of Directors which meets three times a year.
Bridget Cass is the Executive for The Jerusalem Trust, one of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts. She has been a director of Jerusalem Productions since 1991. Previously Bridget worked for Thames Television as its Community Education Officer, and also worked on its adult education programmes. In the 1990s she worked for a number of media groups, including the Campaign for Quality Television, Public Voice and the Media Trust.
Peter Cregeen has worked as a director or producer in both the theatre and television for over forty years and acted as Head of Series for the BBC between 1989 and 1993. Peter has served on the Councils of The Royal Television Society, BAFTA, the Directors’ Guild of Great Britain, and Tara Arts. He is the current Chair of Jerusalem Productions.
Matthew Barrett is Creative Director of World Media Rights, and a consultant to several television companies in Britain and the USA. Matthew specializes in programs about history, science and religion. He was at the BBC for 20 years, where his work on Horizon and Hiroshima won him two Emmys and a BAFTA.
Mark Browning is Group Managing Director of ITN Productions, one of the UK’s biggest production companies, working across Television, Digital, Commercials, Branded Content and Sports production. Previously, Mark spent seven years with Heart, where he led the station to number 1 in London. He began his career as a journalist and worked at a number of commercial radio stations winning 3 Sony Radio awards between 1996 – 2000 for best news and current affairs programme and news presenter of the year.
Brian Muir is a town planning consultant and a partner with Muir Smith Evans LLP. For over 40 years Brian has also had a parallel ‘career’ as a radio producer with GRF Christian Radio, based in Glasgow. With GRF he has won over 50 broadcasting awards, including a Sony Gold. He currently chairs the Public Issues Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland and is deputy chair of Trans World Radio UK.
Sue Radford has spent over 20 years in the media, working for the BBC, ITV and Sky News as a reporter, presenter, broadcast journalist across news, current affairs, arts and children’s. She has held senior management positions in both the commercial and not-for-profit sectors. Sue now runs a media and communications consultancy, Sue Radford Associates.
Gavin Tyte (aka TyTe) is a writer, performer, speaker, designer and priest. He is one of the pioneers of the global beatboxing scene. He is also ordained in the Church of England with permission to officiate in the Diocese of Bath and Wells and the Diocese of Exeter.
Lady Sainsbury is a Director of Jerusalem Productions and a Trustee of The Jerusalem Trust.