Wire Free Productions produces hundreds of hours of radio each year.
The Jane Garvey and Peter Allen Show on BBC Radio 5 Live re-unites two of the network’s best-loved presenters to review the week’s news every Sunday evening.
The Georgey Spanswick Show – broadcast across all the BBC’s local radio stations every weeknight – brings entertaining conversation to an audience of over one million listeners.
In 2016 the company won the Best Factual Production Award at the BBC Radio awards for its coverage of a heart transplant broadcast across a day on Radio 5Live.
Wire Free’s Junior Doctors’ Diaries – which gave an intimate insight into the pressurised lives of young medics during their dispute with the government – were described as “the best radio you’ll hear all year” by the 5Live Controller Jonathan Wall.
Wire Free created The 5 live Hit List, presented by Emma Barnett, an innovative social media chart show which counted down the top 40 most read online news stories each week. The show ran for two years on Radio 5Live.
The company has also made documentaries for the BBC World Service and for the United Nations – working with a number of high profile celebrities to promote the organization’s Millennium Goals.
In 2017 we launched the Sunday Times Magazine Podcast presented by the magazine’s editor Eleanor Mills and featuring discussion around some of their most exciting journalism.