Our work

MO GILLIGAN LIVE WITH TINIE TEMPAH AND AMELIA DIMOLDENBERG
British Comedian Mo Gilligan presented his popular ‘No Money No Problems’ podcast in front of a studio audience. Chatting with guests Tinie Tempah and Amelia Dimondenberg, our 90 minute show was broadcast Live on YouTube.

LIVE LAUNCH OF DISNEY’S FROZEN 2 SOUNDTRACK
Hosted by Edith Bowman, this half hour live broadcast celebrated the launch of Disney/Universal’s Frozen 2 Soundtrack. Featuring snippets from songs in the new film, interviewing three of the main cast voice actors and a brief Q&A with the live audience.

AFTV 1 Million Live Stream
Celebrating the 1 millionth subscriber to the AFTV YouTube Channel, Funny Hands were there to ensure the live show ran like clockwork.

Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures: Reimagined
We were all very excited to have worked with Warner Music on the Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures: Reimagined, 40th Anniversary show. Band member Stephen Morris came in to chat in the studio.

SKEPTA – Ignorance is Bliss LIVE interview 2019
Grime MC, rapper and songwriter SKEPTA sat down to discuss his new album ‘Ignorance is bliss’. Interviewed by Radio 1Xtra DJ, Tiffany Calver, the 30 minute live show included Q&A with his fans and clips from his latest videos.  Our Funny Hands Live Producer, Director and full crew helped deliver this exciting, honest and personal show.

The Drum & Bass Arena Awards 2018
The Drum & Bass Arena Awards is an annual event. In previous years, it has been streamed on the internet.  But in 2018, the show was taken to a whole new level of production. Funny Hands brought LIVE TV production skills to elevate the show to cater for a wider viewing audience. Broadcast LIVE from YouTube Space London Studios, the Drum & Bass Arena Awards was broadcast on Wednesday 12th December 2018 on YouTube. We were excited to be involved.

THE BRITISH INDEPENDENT FILM AWARDS 2018
Broadcast live for almost four hours, kicking off with the red carpet pre-awards show, featuring live celebrity red carpet interviews, behind the scenes and nominated film clips. Then straight into the awards ceremony hosted by Russell Tovey and a star studied line up of celebrities from the UK film industry.  Concluding with a show round up, post awards interviews and montage.  Produced and Directed by Funny Hands, working for the excellent Broadsword Event House who pulled the whole thing together for BIFA.

In conversation with Robin Wright
We were excited to be working with American actress Robin Wright this week. If you missed the live show, check it out:

Sabrina Carpenter: London launch event
The talented Sabrina Carpenter flew from the US to launch her latest album in London, in front of an audience of super fans.  The event featured several live performances, an audience Q&A and the premier of her new video.  Funny Hands were the live production crew for this event, working along side the band management and studio staff.

The Beatles: The White Room
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of ‘The White Album’, Giles Martin was interviewed as part of a 90 minute LIVE discussion asking the question “could the White Album be made today?”.  Funny Hands were the production crew responsible for the live ‘In conversation’ broadcast.  As of November 2018, this broadcast has over 140,000 views on YouTube.

Stand Up To Cancer
A proud moment was to be asked to provide nineteen crew to work on ‘Stand Up To Cancer: YouTube Fights Back’. Three hours of LIVE non-stop fun, all in the name of a great cause!

‘Matches Fashion’ live web stream launch
One of the fashion industry’s leading and most exclusive retailers ‘Matches Fashion’ chose Funny Hands Media to launch their new live web streaming events from their glitzy new residence in Mayfair, London.
The schedule was tight and just two days before going live, they were still painting the walls!  But by putting together a team of highly experienced TV industry crew, the launch show ran like a well rehearsed, smooth, professional broadcast.

Honne ‘Love me, love me not’ new album launch 
broadcast live from YouTube Space London.
If it’s a fast turn around you’re after, check out this production schedule:
Monday – Funny Hands were booked for the job
Thursday – Studio recce. production meeting and received the band’s set list
Friday – Rehearsed during the sound check and went live!
Saturday – Crew still buzzing from a job well done. Client happy.

24 hours of live continuous broadcasting for a global audience
Featuring over 21 locations world wide via LiveU.
Funny Hands Media were approached by Fishing TV, the creators of the original idea. Funny Hands Media helped steer the project over 12 months, from a random idea, to 24 hours of live TV.  We met with Fishing TV and spoke through their ideas for the project.  Putting the pieces together, from finding a suitable studio, equipment and ultimately bringing together some of the industry’s most talented, experienced, creative and nicest people to work with.  
We brought on board presenters, producers, directors, vision mixers, sound engineers, camera operators, floor managers, live studio graphics operators, EVS/3PLAY operators and runners.
Former ITN news anchor Fiona Armstrong hosts a panel discussion on the challenges of protecting wild Atlantic salmon, putting the public’s questions to our experts, as part of the World Fishing Day live broadcast.