Brock Media, the TV and Film company backed by BBC Studios, is making its first venture into the audio space.
The podcast, Never Told, is an anthology series featuring eight stories written and performed by acclaimed writers, artists and filmmakers including Harry Trevaldwyn, Joanne Lau, Emma Jane Unsworth, Deborah Haywood, Thaddea Graham, Esther Smith, Zing Tsjeng and Caleb Azumah Nelson.
The first series is an eight-part anthology of stories that span teenage abortion, Parisian hook-ups, musical odysseys, fantasy friendships, trying to master yoga poses, loss, grief, rage and a night of strange encounters.
Sarah Brocklehurst, Founder & CEO of Brock Media and Executive Producer of Never Told said: “As a company we are committed to exceptional storytelling in all its forms and I’m so excited that we’re powering into the audio space with eight of our TV writers and our brilliant producer Nicole Davis.”
Nicole Davis, Creative Producer for Audio at Brock Media added: “I’m thrilled to announce our first podcast at Brock Media. It’s been a privilege to craft these stories alongside the writers and to pair them with bespoke soundscapes that will take listeners on journeys to different countries, eras and emotions, and more importantly into the minds of our talented contributors, with all manner of things they haven’t dared to share before.”
Episode one of Never Told will be available on all podcast platforms on Monday 5 June, with new episodes released weekly on Mondays until the 24 July.
Brock Media also has a horror-skewing anthology podcast due for release later this year.