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Families around the UK test a wide range of new gadgets and gizmos available in their everyday lives.
David's new theme for this Iconic TV show. The graphics were created by James Mobbs
Big Dreams Small Spaces
Monty Don works with amateur gardeners up and down the country to help them create the garden of their dreams.
Composed by David and produced by CORD WW founding partner Elisa Harris, this theme for Santander UK's latest TVC was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London. The ad, which is airing in 90" and 30" versions, features the Santander brand ambassadors Jessica Ennis, Rory McIlroy and Jenson Button.
David’s iconic and instantly recognisable soundtrack has been the musical Identity of BBC Television News since 1999. David has created many different versions of the music, to accompany news programmes across the whole of the BBC's domestic and worldwide television output. This is the current version of David’s theme for the BBC network news.
Barclays Premier League
This is the new anthem for the Barclays Premier League co written jointly by Simon Darlow, Martin Brammer and David. From August 2013 It accompanies the Premier's live television programming broadcast globally, and is also played before each league match as the players shake hands on the pitch.
The One Show
The One Show is broadcast live on weekdays at 7pm on BBC One. David's theme has fronted the show since its launch in July 2007. The trumpet sound emerged from a conversation with the producer, who suggested the track "Would You..? as an example of something he really liked the sound of.
Grand Designs has been on air since April 1999, and is in its eleventh series with David’s distinctive title music. It is among Channel 4’s most watched shows. The 100th Edition was broadcast in October 2012.
David’s theme has become popular for wedding couples, with several requests for it to accompany their walk down the aisle.
The Great Interior Design Challenge
A 12 part series in which amateur designers compete to be the best British Interior Designer. The series travels across the country, to introduce a new street and house design in each episode so viewers can learn about their history and how they have affected the architecture of the homes there.
Countryfile is currently one of the most popular programmes on British Television, reporting on rural and environmental issues within the United Kingdom. This is the latest arrangement of the current theme. David has written several themes for the show, since it first aired in 1988.
Twelve famous faces take on some of the most challenging and dangerous winter sports as they bid to become crowned champion of The Jump
New Idents for China Central Television, the main state television broadcaster in mainland China, accessible to more than one billion viewers.
David's arrangement with Bella Saer of the famous Panorama theme written by Francis Lai and called "Aujourd'hui C'est Toi"
Hardtalk is a flagship BBC television programme, consisting of in-depth half-hour one-on-one interviews. It is broadcast four days a week together with David’s title music on BBC World News and the BBC News channel. Launched in 1997, much of its worldwide fame is due to its global reach via BBC World.
BBC World Service
David was asked to give the World Service a contemporary and easily recognisable musical identity in 2007. He worked closely with journalists in the newsrooms and broadcasters heard on air everyday, to produce the sequences.
Police Camera Action
David wrote this for the first series in 1994, the programme was then called "Police Stop" There have been six more series over the subsequent years, the latest in 2010. More of David's mixes for the show in the members area
Cash In The Attic
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Cash in the Attic premièred in 2002 and has run for seventeen series. David's music has accompanied the series throughout its long run.