You don’t know the meaning of ‘busy’!

Scope - Feb 2007The attached may give you an idea of why posts here have been rather sparse of late. That’s the production schedule for last month, as it finally ended up – it changed on a more-or-less daily basis. Managing it is starting to get a little easier, in that we’ve now only about nine days’ filming and about six/seven shows in progress to juggle around. That said, March is looking rather similar, and… I’m supposedly down to three days/week. Yeah, right.

Anyway – if you were wondering what TV production looks like, this is what it looks like from my desk, when it’s not looking like a backlog of scripts to review or when I’m not in one of the edits or dubs or whatever.

Fun!

3 Comments

  1. its more fun to try and guess what the programme is about and then try and do a pitch for it:
    “It’s a cross genre sport stroke environment magazine show, with celebrity interviews. It has elements of both comedy and gravity. We think we’ve got Paul Dannan (dear god no) on board, and we’ll mainly be filming in Vegas, obviously. Oh and we have series of ‘vacuum cleaner’ VT inserts.”

  2. it’s more fun to try to guess what the programme is about and then try and do a pitch for it:
    “It’s a cross genre sport stroke environment magazine show, with celebrity interviews. It has elements of both comedy and gravity. We think we’ve got Paul Dannan (dear god no) on board, and we’ll mainly be filming in Vegas, obviously. Oh and we have series of ‘vacuum cleaner’ VT inserts.”

  3. Thank you, dear boy. That just caused considerable mirth in the office. Then equally considerable fear, when we realised that the show you describe sounds like more fun than the one we’re making.
    Harrumph.

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