We are some of the best known names in media training, with professional careers in TV, Radio and Print…but also in training and coaching at all levels up to boardroom. We know how to bring the media world alive so that you can learn and improve your communication skills with us. We offer the latest in TV training.

Sally Galsworthy

Sally is an established name in the training field. With a PR background and a 30 year track record in broadcasting, she is uniquely qualified to advise management. Her broadcast career is  as a Producer in factual programming – consumer news, current affairs, investigative documentaries, factual entertainment and magazine formats for BBC and ITV.

John Withington

John Withington is an award-winning journalist with many years experience of newspapers, radio and television, interviewing kings, princesses, presidents and prime ministers, and leading figures in most other walks of life. He began his career on the Daily Telegraph before moving to BBC Radio. In television, he was industrial correspondent for ATV (now Central Television), and moved on to be a reporter on programmes such as ITV’s flagship current affairs weekly, TV Eye, and the BBC’s Countryfile.

With a strong track record in investigative journalism, John edited a number of current affairs series, and produced and directed more than 40 television documentaries. He has written as a freelance for many leading newspapers and magazines, and is the author of four books.

John has been involved in media, presentation and other communications training for many years, working with senior people in most sectors of business, charities, health, NGO’s, the police, and pressure groups, not to mention rock and film stars, politicians, football managers and beauty queens.

Radio interviews can be fun, but challenging

Radio interviews can be fun, but challenging

Su Ingle

Su has more than fifteen years experience in media training and crisis management, after working for 20 years in broadcast as a presenter of Tomorrow’s World  and the World Service and as a producer of radio and television programmes, often concerned with science, natural history and the environment. She has chaired a large number of business conferences both in this country and abroad. Her specialities as well as TV, are issues and message testing , public speaking and crisis management.

Glen Oglaza

For ten years, Glen was a Senior Reporter at ITN, covering major domestic and international news with extended tours of duty in Washington, Moscow and The Middle East. Glen was the only British television news reporter to cover the Fall of the Berlin Wall followed by the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia followed by the fall of Ceaucescu in Romania. His reporting team won two RTS awards (for Dunblane, and the First Gulf War) and he was nominated for a BAFTA for his coverage of the London Poll Tax Riot.
At Sky News he now works at Westminster as a Political Correspondent. He frequently travels abroad with the Prime Minister, including many trips to Iraq and Afghanistan. He is an experienced and highly-accomplished international media trainer .

Claudia Westwood

Claudia brings her skills from broadcasting and acting to her training courses. As an actress Claudia has worked on television, in the West End and in theatres across the world. She also works as a reporter and newsreader for BBC News and in 2009 was nominated for a Royal Television Society Award. Last year she wrote, produced & presented a 30 minute documentary about the plight of India’s dancing bears which was broadcast on the BBC on Christmas Day. Claudia also freelances as a broadcast journalist writing for the BBC’s One O’Clock & Six O’clock News and was the UK’s youngest ever national newsreader when she began working for GMTV.