If you don’t have a pre-school child you could (just about) be forgiven for not being aware of possibly the loveliest animated programme to hit our screens since Pingu. Any fans of Mark Rylance’s sophorific tones will be delighted to know that he’s the voice of our favourite character – the rather wonderful Flop (pictured below holding the beach ball). [Read more…]
The wonderful pre-school animation series Bing has been nominated in the BAFTA Children’s Awards for 2014. This fantastic news is all the more remarkable when you consider that series producers Acamar Films are still delivering Series 1 to the BBC, and only 40 episodes have currently been broadcast. [Read more…]
We’ve always loved working with the team behind Bing Bunny. These character colouring sheets are perfect for keeping your Bingsters busy on rainy days. [Read more…]
Crabtree’s back for more! Toast Entertainment Group has announced its plans for series 2 and we’re partnering with them to direct the new campaign to find Britain’s young angling talent.
In ‘Fishing in the Footsteps of Mr. Crabtree – The Quest’, presenter John Bailey will bring viewers back into the world of Crabtree, but this time cast and crew will be setting themselves some new and greater challenges. Kicking off with The Quest for ‘Peter’ – a nationwide search for SIX young anglers who want to follow in the footsteps of Sam, Henry, Tadhg, Michael, Jaynie, Claragh and James, joining John bankside to achieve their own personal targets. [Read more…]
With series 1 of Fishing in the Footsteps of Mr. Crabtree completed we get a (brief) chance to reflect on the last 12 months working collaboratively with Toast Entertainment Group and Mr. Crabtree Ltd. This weekend will mark the production’s wrap party, and it’s a good time to take a breath and reminisce on some of the more memorable moments of the last year.
At Battleplan it also marks the project’s wash-up. We’ve been involved in all aspects of the communications across this production and, as the Crabtree brand grows in profile, there’s no let up on the work load. With that in mind it’s vital to step back, benchmark our achievements and consider how we better them for series 2, beginning of course with a new ‘Search for ‘Peter”… watch this space!