Mudlark works with broadcasters a lot – on multiplatform companion apps, digital R&D projects and interactive experiences – but 2012 saw our first proper TV production hit the screens.

Presenter Kaye Forster on location.

A Year of Wild Weather in the East Midlands — our documentary about the experiences and effects of deeply unseasonal weather on people, crops and businesses in the East Midlands — was transmitted on BBC One on 30th December.

Masterminded by director-producer Rob Whitehouse and cameraman-editor Mark Turnbull with Executive Producer Charles Hunter, the film can be found on until 6th January, complete with hailstones the size of golfballs, disenchanted anglers and one very soggy dairy farm.

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