A short film to showcase a 17th century riad in Marrakech, Morocco. The brief was to capture some of the sights and sounds of the medina, the old part of the city, while emphasising the calm luxury provided by this boutique hotel in the heart of the historic city.
A season-themed campaign video for Christian Aid. Shot in Malawi and the UK to raise awareness of the things that can be done in the developed world to mitigate against climate change, the effects of which are felt most by those who don’t contribute to it.
This series for BBC World News looks at the professional lives of five people from across the social spectrum. The Panama edition marks the centenary of the Panama Canal and includes an engineer on one of the sets of lock gates, a wealthy farmer, and an indigenous woman who lives in a village only reachable by dugout canoe.
Leo Johnson returns to Mozambique after more than 25 years to find a rapidly developing country. Badly affected by the floods ten years ago, Quelimane is now making national headlines because of its dynamic mayor Manuel de Arajo, a UK-educated former human rights worker who swept to power a year ago with anti-corruption promises.
In Zaruma, southern Ecuador, gold has been exploited for more than 500 years. Some 10,000 people in and around Zaruma still live off “artisanal” mining. For One Square Mile, Robert Goudl filmed in one such mine with presenter Leo Johnson to witness the challenges workers face.
South Africa’s so-called “born-free” generation now accounts for some 40% of the population. Born since the country’s first fully democratic elections in 1994, they have grown up without apartheid and the struggles of South Africa’s older generation. Here, six “born frees” talk about life growing up in the new South Africa.