Here is a little bit more about us.
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 in 2011.
Quite simply, we make high-quality music entertainment content – podcasts, radio shows, documentaries and video.
Our radio roster includes Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Dance Anthems with MistaJam & Annie Nightingale’s BBC Radio 1 shows as well as The Blessed Madonna and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano’s internationally syndicated programmes.
Our BBC audio documentaries have covered a wide range of subjects from Radio 2’s ‘Family Rhythms’, ‘Grime Mums 2’, ‘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 podcast programming includes Spotify’s ‘Who We Be TALKS_’ ‘Copa 90’s Football Inside Out’ which won Gold at the 2020 British Podcast Awards and Spotify’s ‘Secret Genius’.
Our visual 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’.
Our overall mission is to create music entertainment content that audiences love.
Since inception, the company has grown exponentially, with a team of the best creative minds and production flair working on projects for clients all over the globe.
We pride ourselves in working to the best of our ability within the podcast/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 delivering Grape's high standards.
Rachel started her radio and content production career in 2003 at BBC Radio 1, where she worked for 10 years. She formed Grape in 2011 and has overview and input across all company projects.