Our work takes us around the world. We enjoy the privilege of supporting an array of organisations, large and small, commercial and Not For Profit, spanning all sorts of sectors. And we get up-close with a diverse mix of people.
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So, our podcast pretty much named itself. While we’re ‘out and about’ filming, training and helping people, we like to push past the initial brief and delve a little deeper. We interview as many of them as we can. We’ve discovered that people often have a story to tell, and they’re usually fascinating and always unique. It simply needs someone to ask the right questions, and then capture the answers. Add in a little editing (without charge of course) and hey presto.
So, as we hand over a completed project to clients, many receive a bonus … a ready-to-use podcast which they can use to share their stories with a wider audience. We promote them too via our own activities. It’s another way of Focus adding value.
Sitting back and reviewing our podcasts over the years, we’ve developed a rich source of stories. Kick off your shoes and take a wander through our archives; you may uncover some little gems such as our interviews with two World War II lady pilots and discovering the place in Hampshire where Experimental Archaeology was first undertaken.
If we’ve got your creative juices flowing, please get in touch.
Mayflower 400 – audio interview with a descendant of passenger John Howland29/06/2018
Mayflower 400 historical research – audio about Emmanuel Church, Loughborough, Leicestershire29/06/2018
Mayflower 400 historical research – audio about St Mary the Virgin, Ashley, Northamptonshire28/06/2018
Mayflower 400 historical research – audio about St John the Baptist, Kings Norton, Leicestershire27/06/2018
Mayflower 400 historical research – audio about St Andrew’s, Lyddington, Rutland26/06/2018
Mayflower 400 historical research – audio about St Peter’s Church, Brooke, Leicestershire25/06/2018
Mayflower 400 historical research – audio about St Andrews Church, Stoke Dry, Rutland22/06/2018
Mayflower 400 – audio tour of English Churches from the Reformation until today05/06/2018
Christian Heritage Centre, Cambridge – audio interview25/05/2018
The Old Grammar School, Titchfield – video interview29/03/2018
Christian Heritage – Interview with Adrian Gray23/03/2018
Religious Tolerance Forum – Interview with Anna Scott and Rick Brand23/03/2018