Our current and recent media productions


Burgh House Media Productions is pleased to introduce some of the productions we have already made.

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Productions Index

Click on the links to learn more about each production… often with audio clips to download/play.

NOTE: Although due to bandwidth limits the mp3 audio files on this website are 48Kbps mono, the audio we produce for clients is in glorious high-definition STEREO

‘The Weekend Starts Here’
Get ready for it! • We presented and produced ‘The Weekend Starts Here’ on Saint FM Community Radio from 23rd October 2015 to 1st April 2016.

‘The Tuesday Night Rock Show’
Classic Rock on a Tuesday evening • We presented and produced ‘The Tuesday Night Rock Show’ on Saint FM Community Radio from 4th August 2015 to 6th September 2016.

‘Monday PM’
Something different on a Monday afternoon • Between January and June 2011 we presented and produced the ‘Monday PM’ programme on Saint FM (2004-2012).

Radio Adverts
Getting the message across • We produce radio adverts, for our own use and for others.

‘Rattling Cages’
Your voice • We presented and produced ‘Rattling Cages’ on Saint FM Community Radio from 2nd April 2016 to 2nd September 2016.

‘Rock Plus’
Rock, events, and whatever’s topical • From March 2006 to April 2010 on Saint FM (2004-2012), and again from March 2013 to July 2013 on Saint FM Community Radio, we presented and produced the ‘Rock Plus’ programme.

‘Sounds of the Sixties’
A look at the 1960s in music and words • We presented and produced the ‘Sounds of the Sixties’ series.

‘Sounds of the Seventies’
A look at the 1970s in music and words • We presented and produced the ‘Sounds of the Seventies’ series.

‘Sounds of the Eighties’
A look at the 1980s in music and words • We presented and produced the ‘Sounds of the Eighties’ series.

‘Saint FM Investigates’
An offbeat look at a topical subject • We produced, and co-presented the ‘Saint FM Investigates’ series.

‘The Sunday Night Rock Show’
Classic Rock for a Sunday evening • We presented and produced ‘The Sunday Night Rock Show’ on Saint FM (2004-2012) from April 2005 to March 2006.It returned to the Saint FM Community Radio airwaves on 22nd March 2015 and ran until 9th August that year, when it moved to Tuesdays!

Reading the International News on SaintFM
Keeping St Helena up-to-date • From April 2005 to March 2008, John Turner read the International News, broadcast on weekdays on Saint FM (2004-2012).

Fun Stuff
Various things we produced just because . . . • We occasionally produce things for no particular purpose, just because they are fun.

‘Music for Peace & World Unity’
A special programme • In May 2008 the entire Turner family presented a special programme on Saint FM (2004-2012) with the theme ‘Music for Peace & World Unity’.

Other Activities
Some to note • We also undertake a variety of other media-related activities, some of which are listed here.

Radio St Helena Archives
Voices from the past • When Radio St Helena closed down its archives were taken to our Museum. We have been digitising the audio tapes.

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