Robin Gray has been working in film and television for ten years. His career began in journalism, covering news and current affairs stories that took him from stalking the corridors of political power in the UK to visiting British troops in Afghanistan. He then moved on to programme-making and has worked extensively across a range of genres both at BBC Scotland and STV, as well as with independent production companies. Recent network directing credits include The Culture Show on BBC TWO, for which he made a number of films and items. Alongside his broadcast work, Robin has actively pursued his passion for cinema, having made a number of short films and worked on the development of longer-form projects, as well as script supervising Scottish director Richard Jobson's third feature film A Woman In Winter. As part of his ongoing pursuit of first-class dramatic work, Robin recently completed two intensive drama directing courses at the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield, studying under Director Udyan Prasad (My Son the Fanatic) and Cinematographer Haris Zambarloukos BSC (Enduring Love).
A nocturnal tour around a deserted (and soon to be sold-off) BBC Television Centre, from BBC TWO's The Culture Show. If only the walls could talk...ooh, wait a minute - they can!
Directed by Robin Gray