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Dr Rachael Hall, Alstom Power


Communicate with impact and confidence. Our highly effective and interactive courses will help you simplify without dumbing down, tailor your content to your audience, and then deliver it with style and confidence. Courses for public outreach, professional communication, and media interviews.

We are The Royal Society's media training supplier. We’ve delivered to over 1000 academics and professionals over 24 months, and to institutions including the universities of Oxford, Cambridge, UCL, Imperial College, Trinity College, Dublin, BBC Future Media, and many others.  

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Having met and worked with hundreds of you, we have listened to what you want and developed new training which is available to book now.

WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT TEDx - with scientist, TV presenter and public speaker Dr Emily Grossman

ACHIEVING GENDER BALANCE - with our new expert associate, consultant Rachel Tobell

REFRESHERS - you’ve done the basics but want to take your communication to the next level

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Screenhouse is an award-winning producer of broadcast television for all the major UK and some international channels.

We make films for The One Show on BBC1. Here is Dan Snow with a phenomenal 200 year old communication system.


We are a multimedia producer, making corporate video for companies from blue chip to local, web sites, interactive displays in museums, and books.

We made Staithes Stories for the North York Moors National Park - remarkable stories of life in this coastal village.






We’re proud to be part of the team winning the Entertainment category  at the Virgin Money Giving Mind Media Awards. Our film, Mental Health Tapestry, was one of the films put forward by The One Show as part of the winning entry. We’d like to thank everyone in the film: Judith Knox and the Thackray Medical Museum Leeds, Catherine Robins, Dr David O’Flynn, artist Hayley Mills-Styles, and presenter Jasmine Harman. Our production team were Producer Director Amelia Lavington (who was at the awards on our behalf) and then Senior Researcher, now AP, Ruth Bader. Brilliant work!

If you missed the film, it was about the incredible tapestry made in the Great Yarmouth Workhouse by inmate Lorina Bulwer around 1907. It consisted of thousands of embroidered words, many protesting against those detaining her, but often using strong language and not always coherent. Dr David O’Flynn helped us understand how the tapestry reveals Lorina’s mental illness. Artist Hayley Mills-Styles, who also works in textiles, told us how her art helps her deal with her own mental illness. It was a lovely film. Thanks to Series Producer Claire Megahey and Commissioning Editor Michael Armit at The One Show.


Screenhouse is one of Britain’s leading communications training providers.
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