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Sargent-Disc sponsor Grierson Best Science Documentary Award 2017

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We are excited to announce Sargent-Disc's sponsorship of the Grierson Best Science Documentary Award 2017. Read on for more details. 

Sargent-Disc sponsor Grierson Best Science Documentary Award 2017

 

We are excited to announce Sargent-Disc's sponsorship of the Grierson Best Science Documentary Award which recognises a single documentary or an episode from a strand or series, addressing any aspect of science or medicine.

 

Last Thursday, Sargent-Disc attended the Grierson 2017 Nominees' Party to celebrate the wealth of talent recognised at this year's British Documentary Awards. The 45th annual ceremony will take place at The Mermaid in London on Monday 6th November, hosted by actor Stephen Mangan.

 

 

Sargent-Disc Best Science Documentary Nominees:

 

The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs - Episode 1

  • Director:Jack Rampling
  • Producer: Lizzie Bolton
  • Executive Producer: Dominique Walker
  • Series Director: Emeka Onono
  • Editor: Leigh Brzeski
  • Production Co: Raw TV
  • First shown: 29 September 2016; BBC One

In this radical social experiment, Dr Chris van Tulleken takes over part of a GP surgery and stops patients' prescriptions to try to prove that non-pharma treatments can be more effective than drugs at treating many of our most common illnesses.

 

The Drug Trial: Emergency at the Hospital

  • Director/Producer: Barbie MacLaurin
  • Executive Producer: Richard Bond, Dimitri Doganis
  • Editors: Duncan Hill, Gregor Lyon
  • Production Co: Raw TV
  • First shown: 21 February 2017; BBC Two

This film tells the story of one of the most infamous incidents in recent British medical history. On 13 March 2006, eight healthy young men took part in a clinical trial for a leukaemia drug that went very wrong.

 

Forces of Nature with Brian Cox: Episode 2, Somewhere in Spacetime

  • Director/Producer: Stephen Cooter
  • Executive Producer: Andrew Cohen
  • Series Producer: Danielle Peck
  • Production Co: BBC Studios with PBS co-produced by France Télévisions
  • First shown: 19 January 2017; BBC One

Forces of Nature with Brian Cox reveals how Earth's infinite beauty and complexity is created by a handful of physical forces. Brian weaves stories of human and animal daring with answers to questions about how our planet works - including why is the Earth round; why are our oceans blue and why are there two tides each day? By answering these simple questions Brian reveals some fundamental truths about the way the entire cosmos works.

 

Michael Mosley vs The Superbugs

  • Director: Peter Gauvain
  • Executive Producer: Alan Hayling
  • Editor: Ian Meller
  • Production Co: Renegade Pictures (UK) Ltd
  • First shown: 17 May 2017; BBC Four

In Michael Mosley vs The Superbugs, Michael Mosley goes in search of the causes of the impending antibiotic resistance crisis facing medicine - and possible solutions to overcome it. At the heart of the film is an unprecedented experiment to create a life-size clone of Michael Mosley in agar and then grow on it bacteria taken from all over his body.

 

To view the full list of nominees, click here

 

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(Best Science Documentary 2016 Winner: Oak Tree. Photographer: Dean O'Brien. Copyright: Grierson Trust)

 

The Grierson Trust commemorates the pioneering Scottish documentary maker John Grierson; each year celebrating the best documentary filmmaking from Britain and around the world through The Griersons. The Trust also strives to encourage emerging filmmakers though its outreach and education schemes.

 

Proud to support this organisation, Sargent-Disc shares its commitment to investing in and supporting the film and television community at home and abroad. Sargent-Disc is a major patron of the Royal Television Society, a business partner of The Production Guild of Great Britain and a member and sponsor of the UK Screen Association, working to help inform and educate their members. We also work closely with a range of industry bodies and academic institutions to provide training and product support.

 

 

Article Header Image: Photographer: David Lindsay, Copyright: Grierson Trust

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