Antenna Pictures

Bold Formats. Distinctive Voices. Passionate Storytelling.


Antenna Pictures is a London based production company producing daring and ambitious series for viewers all over the world.

We pride ourselves on our mischievous and yet deeply informed approach to development.  Our focus is on premium factual for audiences who demand more.  Antenna is in production for both UK and US platforms.

Founded in 2016 the company is a division of international broadcaster/studio Blue Ant Media, which is headquartered in Toronto.

Our Team


Jago Lee

Managing Director

Jago is a producer with more than 20 years experience and the managing director of Antenna Pictures.  Formerly managing director and co-founder of NERD TV, Jago was previously head of documentaries at Tiger Aspect and head of development at Optomen Television. Past credits includeThe Lion Cub From Harrods (Channel 5/ Animal Planet), Inside The Gangsters Code (Discovery), The 12 Year Old Lifer(A&E/ Channel 4), Find My First Love (FYI/ MTV UK) and Experimental (Channel 4/ Nat Geo).

Hannah Beatty

Production Executive

Hannah has an extensive background in Production, joining Antenna Pictures as Line Producer on The Sidemen Show (YouTube), before becoming Production Executive. For several years Hannah Production Managed award winning current affairs strands Unreported World & Dispatches (C4), before moving on to work across different genres, specialising in running complex big scale series, including MYgrations (Nat Geo) and Made in Chelsea (E4).

Kirstie Mclure

Consultant COO

The former MD of Tinopolis Group’s Pioneer Productions. A leader in Specialist Factual Content, Kirstie introduced innovative new formats including fast-turn around docs, live specials, and returnable UGC series as well as establishing a joint venture in Asia. She’s a massive proponent of new technology in production and distribution and here at Antenna, Kirstie is charged with providing operational and strategic consulting services in line with the company’s quickly growing size and productions.

Kim Flitcroft

Executive Producer

After university and a promising early career as a flamenco guitarist was cut short by an accident with a Serrano ham slicing machine, Kim became a chicken farmer. From there it was a short step to becoming a photographer – first of chickens, ducks and turkeys for the trade press, then of models and news for the fashion and journalism industries. He then started directing music videos and commercials, went to film school and became a drama and documentary director. Subjects of his films have included boxing, heroin addiction, baseball, South American politics, Charles Darwin, smuggling, the death penalty, American presidents and gang warfare.

Aisha Von Nahmmacher

Development Manager

Aisha began working in television three years ago with a stint in development at NERD. She then moved to Oxford Films and worked on a number of projects, including Channel 4’s Marilyn Monroe: Auction of a Lifetime. Aisha is passionate about producing her own films and spent time in Kenya shooting a documentary about a hunter-gatherer tribe. She has also taught English in Burma, DJs at a fortnightly soul & funk night in south London with her dad, and won a pancake-eating competition in Bristol.

Stanley Kasirowore

Development Researcher & Office Manager

Time’s Person of the Year 2006 and the regular pub quiz runner-up, Stanley is the newest member of the Antenna development team. After working as a petrochemical engineer in the oil & gas industry, he has spent the last 2 years working in current affairs programming. Previous productions he has worked on include the Emmy-winning Saudi Arabia Uncovered (ITV/PBS Frontline), The Great Benefits Row (Channel 4), Undercover: Britain’s Abortion Extremists (Channel 4), Exposure: Life & Death in a Homeless Hostel (ITV), and Tricks of the Restaurant Trade (Channel 4). He also likes turtles.

Tom Jenner


Tom is a versatile producer, director and camera operator. He has worked on high profile series and single documentary films for all of the major US and UK broadcasters. He specialises in securing sensitive access to everyday people in extraordinary situations and making popular, accessible and challenging television. Highlights include The Women Who Kill Lions (C4 / Netflix), Drugs Inc. (National Geographic), The Beatles, Hippies and Hells Angels (Sky Arts) and Egypt’s Treasure Guardians (PBS / National Geographic)..

Hattie Bridges-Webb


Prior to working in TV, Hattie was a journalist in Buenos Aires, covering sensitive issues such as the plight of sex workers in Argentina. She joined Antenna Pictures in 2017 and has worked on The Sidemen Show (Youtube), and Orangutan Jungle School (C4)..



Antenna Pictures

– Est. 2016 –


25 Foubert’s Place, London W1F 7QF

T:  020 3143 5955
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