View Menu

We honed our skills as presentation trainers during a gig that most broadcasters thought impossible – we are the team behind Channel 4’s ground-breaking coverage of the 2012 London Paralympics – the first time a broadcaster committed to training new talent to live television.

We delivered some amazing results, and we think we could do the same for you – if you are thinking of a career in presenting, commentating or punditry, give us a call.

  • Channel 4

  • CDN

  • Creative SKillset

  • KEO Films

  • Northern Lights

  • The Times

  • Tiger Aspect

Rob Nothman

Rob Nothman

Rob has been a Broadcast Media coach for over 15 years in television and radio.

He has worked with Gary Lineker, Sir Matthew Pinsent, Matt Dawson, Andrew Flintoff, Lee Dixon, Michael Vaughan, and more recently, the Channel 4 Paralympic team, to improve their presentation skills, and ensure they relish their time in front of the camera or microphone.

As a broadcaster and producer, Rob has won 4 Sony awards, and has covered all the world's major sporting events from Olympic Games to World Cups, Wimbledon to the US Masters.

Edi Smockum

Edi Smockum

Edi Smockum has worked with some of the finest talent in television and radio and is very proud to have devised the training for Channel 4's Paralympic Presenting and Reporting team.

Edi is an accomplished trainer and confidence giver - and is good at giving career advice to new talent in the industry.

David Owen

David Owen

Strategy consultant David Owen brings over twenty years with the Financial Times to the thinkBIGGER! Presenting team, with experience across business, finance and sports.

As a journalist, David has covered every Olympics since Athens and two World Cups. He is a former Sports Editor of the FT, and continues to write as a freelance columnist.

Sam Tatlow

Sam Tatlow

Sam Tatlow keeps the TBP team in line.

Sam is a mastermind of co-ordination and managed to keep the reporters and presenters training for Channel 4's Paralympic coverage in the right place at the right time - no mean feat!

^ Top