Here is a little bit more about us, who we are, what we do and why we love doing it.
The history of grape.
Born from the desire to develop a production company that is not only creative, but also efficient and conscientious, Grape was established back in 2011 at a time when digital content was carving a new path for media audiences. Since then, we have grown to become masters at navigating this new media landscape.
Quite simply, we make high-quality music entertainment content – radio shows, documentaries, audio programmes and video.
Our radio roster includes Pete Tong & Annie Nightingale’s BBC Radio 1 shows as well as Mistajam, Pete Tong and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano’s internationally syndicated programmes.
Our BBC audio documentaries have covered a wide range of subjects from ‘The Soundtrack To A Break Up’, ‘How John Peel Changed My Life’, ‘Pete Tong First’, ‘Annie Nightingale: 50 Years In Music’ and ‘The Golden Rules of Money’.
Our video back-catalogue includes numerous programmes for Radio 1′s iPlayer channel: ‘My Bond Song’ Sam Smith’, ‘The Live Lounge Uncovered’ and ‘David Guetta: Made In Ibiza’.
And our ‘Secret Genius’ series for Spotify reveals the untold stories behind some of the world’s most loved songs and artists.
We also make world-class campaign videos for online, we curate music for brands; quite simply, we create music entertainment content for audiences.
Over the past five years, the company has grown exponentially, with a team of the best creative minds working on multi-channel projects for clients all over the globe.
We pride ourselves in working to the best of our ability within the radio/visual/music industries. We’d love to talk!
Our core values
We have four core values that we adhere to in everything we do:
- We continuously deliver the highest possible standards across all our work.
- We are tireless in our pursuit of delivering innovative and creative content.
- We ensure the care and attention our clients receive is second to none.
- We take an ethical and honest approach to business and employment.
We have a great team who are integral to making Grape what it is.
Working in the radio industry since 2001, Rachel began her career in a commercial production company before joining BBC Radio 1 through the BBC Talent Scheme. There she climbed the production ladder to Producer, working with an array of station talent.
Broadcasting from many events around the world, Rachel’s radio experience is rich and diverse. From 7 years working on Radio 1’s Ibiza coverage, to developing Annie Mac’s show from inception through to it’s current timeslot, to the curation of ‘A Night With Annie Nightingale’, as well as capturing the essence of the Salvador Carnival in Brazil with Pete Tong, Rachel has cemented a strong understanding of youth audiences on a global scale.