I have been thinking about the best way to tell people’s stories for over twenty years.

My time at BBC Radio Nottingham was invaluable, as was my time as a television weather presenter at both BBC East Midlands and ITN/Channel 5. But it was returning to BBC East Midlands Today as a features reporter that it clicked. I made over 500 films for the programme, often working alone, and was acknowledged nationally within the BBC as one of their most creative practitioners in Britain. It was here I discovered my affinity for self-shooting and editing films, a selection of which can be viewed by clicking here.

I made a voluntary film through the BBC that helped secure a year’s new funding for a local charity. I saw the need for strong storytelling beyond BBC television and in 2004 I set up Coracle Films to help organisations tell their stories well.

Every coracle film is tailor-made by
Rob Glass

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