Ten Alps is an AiM-listed multimedia company, founded in 1999 by a team including Bob Geldof, with offices in London, Cheshire, Edinburgh, Hampshire and Kent.
3-part series starts Monday 13 May 2013 - BBC Radio 4
Blakeway Production three part series for BBC Radio 4 follows a group of 16 year old boys and girls throughout a year of training at The Army Foundation College in Harrogate.
30th April 2013
Two part series by Blakeway production for BBC Radio 4 how the Panama Canal changed the world.
Tuesday 30 April 2013 - 09.00, BBC Radio 4
Edward Stourton reports from Jordan on the international aid response to the Syrian refugee crisis and how far politics is compromising humanitarian action.
26th April 2013
dbda clients have achieved top ranking in the latest Business in the Community CR Index, the UK’s leading voluntary benchmark of corporate responsibility. Clients include Marks & Spencer, National Grid, Nationwide, Siemens, Thames Water, The Go-Ahead Group and Zurich.
24th April 2013
Leading pharmaceutical company Astra Zeneca has appointed dbda to create and deliver the education outreach programme for a major health awareness campaign.
Monday 22 April 2013 - 8.30pm, BBC One
Blakeway Production for Panorama goes undercover to investigate Britain's Islamic councils. Are they a parallel legal system discriminating against some women and causing them suffering?
16th April 2013
Macclesfield-based Ten Alps Publishing has launched a new quarterly business magazine for distribution in the West Midlands called inBusiness West Midlands,
10th April 2013
Produced by Simon Hollis at Brook Lapping 'Black is a Country' has been nominated for 'Best Music Feature or Documentary' slot for the 2013 awards. The series, which chronicled the music and politics of the Black Power movement of the late 1960s was broadcast on BBC Radio 4
Wednesday 10th April, 9pm, BBC TWO
Eight years after being shot by militants and miraculously cheating death, BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner returns to Saudi Arabia.Produced by Blakeway for BBC2.