Taken from a recent email received from Charlie Anderson at Leopard Films. Get in touch and have your say.
I work for a television company called Leopard Films. We produce a range of factual programmes for a number of different broadcasters, in particular the BBC. We are currently working on a documentary for BBC ONE about the increase in cycling and the phenomenon of cyclists wearing cameras on their helmets or bikes, to record their experiences on the road to give an insight of what is like to be a cyclist on Britain’s roads.
As part of my research, I’m talking to lots of cyclists to hear about their experiences especially with other road users. We are also working with cyclists that regularly film their journey’s and then post them online. I would be really interested to find out what it is like on the roads for cyclists in Cardiff, and if there are any problems in particular that cyclists face in your region.
It would be really helpful to have a chat with you or someone from the club that may be able to give me an insight into cycling in Cardiff. You can get in touch with me by e-mailing CharlieAnderson@leopardfilms.com with your phone number and let me know a convenient time to call or you can call me here at the office on 020 7704 3300 – I would love to hear from you.
To give a quick overview, we produce quite a range of mostly factual programmes for a number of different channels, including ‘Missing’ for BBC ONE, the long running series about Missing persons; the documentary ‘The Day The Immigrants Left’ with Evan Davies; Filthy Rotten Scoundrels, about flytipping; and most recently a 3D film of Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake for theatrical release later this year.