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Brook Lapping is an internationally acclaimed independent documentary production company.
We specialise in landmark television series - including THE SECOND RUSSIAN REVOLUTION, WATERGATE, THE DEATH OF YUGOSLAVIA, ISRAEL AND THE ARABS: ELUSIVE PEACE and IRAN AND THE WEST - where participants such as Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Slobodan Milosevic, Tony Blair, Ariel Sharon, Vladimir Putin, Francois Mitterrand, Boris Yeltsin, Mikhail Gorbachev and Henry Kissinger reveal what really happened behind closed doors.
We have also produced definitive series on British political leaders including Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair, high-rating drama-docs for Discovery US and prize-winning programmes for Radio 4.
Brook Lapping Radio won a Sony Radio Academy Award, taking Silver in the ‘Best Music Feature or Documentary’ category for ‘Black is a Country’. The series, which chronicled the music and politics of the Black Power movement in America, was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2012. The judges commented: "..a powerful and moving documentary, its seductive narration perfectly complements the music tapestry. An unforgettable programme. " The ceremony was held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on May 13th.
Sky Atlantic screened Brook Lapping's hour-long obituary for Margaret Thatcher on Monday 8th April at 8pm.
It's often assumed that the drive for black emancipation in America began with Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement. This feature challenges that perception, taking us back years earlier to the arts broadcasting of Chicago radio's 'Destination Freedom'.
Journalist and broadcaster Steve Richards presents a new, three part series examining the News: from bulletins to rolling news and ‘citizen’ journalism; what News was, what it is now and what it will become.
Exposure lifts the lid on Britain's murky dealings to win overseas contracts, and how it's getting more difficult to get away with it.