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.

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Our Team

Jago Lee

Creative 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 include The 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).

Tom Keeling

Executive Producer

Tom has spent the past decade making some of the most popular US documentary and drama-documentary series. Whether directing single films or show-running multi-part series, Tom is renowned for his ability to assemble  great teams and inspire them with his enthusiasm, skill and creative passion.
Recent highlights include Banged Up Abroad (National Geographic), two seasons of See No Evil and The Devil Speaks (Discovery ID), and developed the forthcoming Bodycam (Discovery ID). 

Debbie London

Head of Operations

Debbie has managed thousands of hours of television for several of the world’s leading broadcasters. Her experience ranges from programme finance management at Channel 4, to SVP of Business Development at National Geographic. From Director of Production Management at Discovery  to Director of Business Affairs and Rights Management at Al Jazeera. By combining an editorially acute nose with her entrepreneurial acumen, she is a huge asset to every production she gets across.

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 (Channel 4), before moving on to work across different genres, specialising in running complex big scale series, including MYgrations (National Geographic) and Made in Chelsea (E4).

Gina Pratsis

Junior Production Manager

Gina joined Antenna Pictures as Junior Production Manager after working in the industry for seven years on a number of Factual and Entertainment programmes. 
She has worked on award winning shows including Strictly Come Dancing (BBC One) and Friday Download (CBBC). Working as a freelancer in Television Production has given her knowledge of a variety of companies and she always brings a calming influence to every team. After coordinating the last 2 series of Don’t Tell the Bride (E4) at Renegade Pictures she may even be able to plan your wedding!

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 Marilyn Monroe: Auction of a Lifetime (Channel 4). 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.

Ella Cattle


The youngest member of the Antenna team, Ella joined the company after a year travelling and remote-working as a writer, focusing on the US criminal justice and public education systems.

Before coming to Antenna, Ella previously worked on Edwardian Britain in Colour (Five), upcoming feature doc The Great Green Wall, and an eclectic collection of music videos.  If a career in television doesn’t work out, she’s going to run off and become a scuba diving instructor.

Dominic Ozanne


Dom is a Royal Television Society and Grierson Award-nominated Director with over 20 years of experience. 
He has worked in most factual genres including ob-docs, current affairs, travelogue, archaeology and history, working with the likes of  Joanna Lumley, and Martin Clunes, and Simon Reeve. He has filmed in more than 30 countries across 6 continents and as a Series Producer he has led large teams and managed everything from development through complex production logistics to final post.

Our Shows

How to Rob a Bank

Every day in the USA an average of 14 banks are robbed. This series tells the personal stories of the bank robbers and the law enforcement officers who caught them. From the first catalyst that sets the robber on a criminal journey, through to the execution of plans and the inevitable fallout. This series will explore the human dimensions of these crimes, sometimes viewed as victimless, as well as some of the mysteries that surround the robbers’ motives, collaborators, and on-going conspiracies.


Basset & Gold Advert

This year, Antenna took a leap into new territory by producing its first advert – for financial services firm Basset & Gold.

Starring award-winning actress Tracey-Ann Oberman and comedian Ivor Baddiel, the production was a roaring success and everyone here at Antenna is really happy with the finished product.

Special thanks to the players and management of West Ham United for their involvement on the day.

Orangutan Jungle School
Channel 4

This three part series follows the real life, day-to-day adventures of a group of characterful rescued orangutans – all of them ‘pupils’ at one of the world’s most extraordinary schools. Rapid deforestation now threatens the very existence of this most human-like primate species, but Jungle School offers a unique refuge. Here under the guidance of a skilled and caring team of ‘’babysitters’, orphaned and once captive orangutans are taught vital survival skills before being released back into the wild.

The Sidemen
Youtube Premium

The Sidemen Show is one half reality, one half drama, and three halves mayhem. The seven Sidemen brave experiences rarely seen in striking des2na2ons across the globe, as they strive to conquer the elements with a variety of surprises along the way.

Is Love Racist?
Channel 4

Sociologist Emma Dabiri looks at racism in Britain through the world of modern dating, love apps, and a national survey suggesting that young Britons could be more segregated than ever.


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