At Bees Nees we imagine, create, direct, produce, edit and deliver. A formidable production team combined with brilliant post facilities.
  • Bees Nees are also Scotland’s most successful independent radio producer, delivering over 400 hours of radio shows annually for the last 6 years.

  • Bees Nees is truly a multi-genre production company, equally at home producing single camera authored documentaries, through to live multi-camera entertainment shows.

  • In 2013 we produced more than 40 hours of broadcast television ranging from music award shows, live event coverage, lifestyle formats and factual documentaries.

  • Our highly focused development team is charged with creating fresh programme ideas and exciting formats fit for today's multi-screen, connected viewer.

  • We seek out and nurture new talent, both in front of and behind the lens while producing shows that will entertain and educate audiences of all ages across the world. 

  • To complete the picture, we have invested in the latest post-production facilities. Our post facility The Hive offers editing, colour grading, visual effects and dubbing, allowing Bees Nees to be keenly competitive in today’s market conditions.

TV

The Fabulous Alexander Brothers BBC1 Scotland
Robbie Shepherd - I'll be Looking for You... BBC1 Scotland
Ceol Dannsa 2013 - Aly Bain BBC ALBA
Capercaillie @ 30 BBC1 Scotland
Na Trads 2013 - Kathleen MacInnes & Sineag MacIntyre BBC ALBA
Blas 2013 BBC ALBA
See video
The Fabulous Alexander Brothers BBC1 Scotland
January 29 2014
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Robbie Shepherd - I'll be Looking for You... BBC1 Scotland
January 6 2014
See video
Ceol Dannsa 2013 - Aly Bain BBC ALBA
January 6 2014
See video
Capercaillie @ 30 BBC1 Scotland
December 16 2013
See video
Na Trads 2013 - Kathleen MacInnes & Sineag MacIntyre BBC ALBA
November 29 2013
See video
Blas 2013 BBC ALBA
November 15 2013

Commercials

Where Customers Count / Farmfoods
Clyde Marine
Tunnock's
McConechy's
Farmfoods
Visit Scotland
Marks Hotel
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Where Customers Count / Farmfoods
April 17 2012
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Clyde Marine
April 17 2012
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Tunnock's
March 30 2012
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McConechy's
March 30 2012
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Farmfoods
March 30 2012
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Visit Scotland
March 30 2012
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Marks Hotel
March 30 2012

Post

Watching Ourselves / Hopscotch Films
1911 / Hopscotch Films
Shonnie the Shooter / Solus Productions
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Watching Ourselves / Hopscotch Films
April 17 2012
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1911 / Hopscotch Films
April 17 2012
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Shonnie the Shooter / Solus Productions
April 17 2012

Archive

TV Archive

The Fabulous Alexander Brothers BBC1 Scotland
Robbie Shepherd - I'll be Looking for You... BBC1 Scotland
Ceol Dannsa 2013 - Aly Bain BBC ALBA
Capercaillie @ 30 BBC1 Scotland
Na Trads 2013 - Kathleen MacInnes & Sineag MacIntyre BBC ALBA
Blas 2013 BBC ALBA
See video
The Fabulous Alexander Brothers BBC1 Scotland
January 29 2014
See video
Robbie Shepherd - I'll be Looking for You... BBC1 Scotland
January 6 2014
See video
Ceol Dannsa 2013 - Aly Bain BBC ALBA
January 6 2014
See video
Capercaillie @ 30 BBC1 Scotland
December 16 2013
See video
Na Trads 2013 - Kathleen MacInnes & Sineag MacIntyre BBC ALBA
November 29 2013
See video
Blas 2013 BBC ALBA
November 15 2013
  • Alasdair MacCuish- Creative Director
    Alasdair set up Bees Nees in 2004 and directs the output from all our creative teams. He started his career as a music producer at the BBC and to date has exec produced over a hundred hours of broadcast television. On a personal note, he firmly believes that the accordion is the finest musical instrument ever invented. Waiting for popular opinion to catch up.
  • Iain MacLeod- Head of Production
    Produced and directed more hours of TV than he would like to admit. Being weaned on a diet of Kerrs Pink potatoes and Cremola foam are apparently the source of all his powers. Iain is also known for his long (some would say informative!) emails and being ready with a joke to lighten the mood.
  • Stewart Cruickshank- Producer
    AKA ‘The Professor’ Stewart has been producing music programmes so long that some say he actually invented rock and roll, or the very least introduced Lennon to McCartney! A rarely spotted creature, usually only seen after dark and has a penchant for a denim shirt.
  • Ken Mutch- Producer
    Another of our seasoned music producers, Kenny knows more about popular music than, well, almost everyone. His Aberdonian roots means that he has been known to haggle the price of a packet of crisps, but more shocking than that, his favourite pastime is to wear his lime-green mankini! Ask nicely and we’ll send you a picture!
  • Darren MacLean- Editor
    Purveyor of dreadful jokes, painful puns and cast iron solutions to your editing and workflow problems, Darren spends his waking hours mobilising technology. Such is his dedication to post production that he has gone for weeks without sleep, sunlight or breathing fresh air. Perfectly suited to being a submariner, then; the Royal Navy's loss is our gain
  • John Devine- Dubbing Mixer
    Ireland's gift to audio post-production displays a fondness for country music, '72 Telecasters, David Brown tractors and old school trainers. Admittedly, none of those are a pre-requisite for Olympic-standard dubbing and track-laying. However, John can detect sounds that dolphins, bats and NATO listening posts can't. 'Nuff said.
  • Lucy Fowler - Broadcast Assistant
    As a walking repository of musical knowledge, one of Lucy’s tasks is to keep Bees Nees aloft on the airwaves. Hailing from a somewhat warmer climate, she is still amazed that people can survive in somewhere as dark and damp as Glasgow. We’re amazed that she once played trumpet in an indie band. That’s right: indie band.
  • Vicky Kilgour - Edit Assistant
    Conveniently (for us), the best thing to come from Cumbernauld since Gregory's Girl is also a post production go-to girl. Editing is in her DNA, she’s a data-wrangling, workflow wizard; if Vicky can't get you what you need, you probably didn't need it in the first place. Best of all? She’s an artisan baker and conjuror of fine cakes, cheesecake and pastries. Our favourite baker. Well, after Tom. And Ginger.
  • Stephen Macleod - Edit Assistant
    From the coastal district of Uig in the Hebrides archipelago, Stephen was lashed by terrifying Atlantic storms for his entire childhood. Constant exposure to extreme weather means that nothing much causes him stress. Perfect temperament for coping with the slings and arrows of post-production deadlines. Stephen is like the fourth emergency service for a post house: tearing through music and documentary edits; ingesting all kinds of media; location data-wrangling; the list is exhaustive.

Bees Nees Media Ltd
19 Woodside Crescent
Glasgow
G3 7UL

Tel: 0141 352 6666
Fax: 0141 352 6667
Web: beesnees.tv
Email: buzz@beesnees.tv

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