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Sarah Liversedge is interviewed for ‘The Works’ magazine

24 June 2013

How do you proactively chase down royalties for your composers, particularly overseas? Sarah Liversedge: We have 24 wholly owned companies around the world. We usually condition the production companies to provide the programme sales information, which springboards our overseas companies into acti..

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Geri Halliwell tests new music on daughter

17 May 2013

The former Spice Girl has recruited fellow flame-haired pop star Ed Sheeran's songwriter Amy Wadge for her latest solo record but admits that despite having a professional on-board, she relies on her daughter's approval before the tracks get the all clear. Halliwell joined Wadge in a shed..

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Amy Wadge and Geri Halliwell [Ivors 2013]

16 May 2013

Whilst writing songs together in Amy's Welsh garden shed, Amy Wadge and Geri Halliwell took some deserved time out to enjoy the Ivors. ..

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Former Ginger Spice reveals magic of working with Amy Wadge

1 May 2013

Geri Halliwell has resurrected her pop career in the unlikely surrounds of a Welsh garden shed. The former Spice Girl has spoken about her recent trip to write with Church Village-based singer-songwriter Amy Wadge – a visit she described as “magical”. The pop star travelled to So..

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Doc Brown on standup, Ricky Gervais and how Thatcher wrecked his research

20 April 2013

Rapper-turned-comedian Doc Brown is in a Turkish cafe with a pot of tea, explaining the genesis of his collaboration with shark-toothed showbiz deity Ricky Gervais. "Ricky called me up out of the blue, said he'd been watching clips of me on YouTube and did I want to open for him on his Eu..

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The Musical Comedy Awards: Grand Final 2013 [Isy Suttie]

19 April 2013

They may not have the industry clout of the Edinburgh comedy awards or the axious worthiness of the Mercury Music prize, but the musical comedy awards (now in their fifth year) perform a vital service in propping up an oft-overlooked aspect of the UK scene.....

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Doc Brown [On Tour]

19 April 2013

If you saw Ricky Gervais's exhumation of David Brent for Comic Relief, you might well have wondered who the talented young guy was next to him. Born Ben Smith (little brother of author Zadie Smith), he's known to comedy crowds by the name Doc Brown, and has an ever-growing public profile o..

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Music Week - Signs O' The Times

29 March 2013

BDi Music has signed singer-songwriter, Sam McCarthy. He's written for Eliza Doolittle and two songs from his album, Home and Cherry Tree feature in the BBC sitcom series, Gavin & Stacey. McCarthy is managed by Metropolis Management and his recent writing credits include songs with Harry S..

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Sarah Liversedge shortlisted for MPG Award

2 February 2013

Sarah Liversedge, Managing Director and co-founder BDi Music, has been shortlisted for the Music Producers Guild 'Unsung Hero' Award 2013. In further good news for BDi, Jake Gosling has been shortlisted for UK Producer of the Year, Breakthrough Producer of the Year, UK Album of the Year (E..

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Sarah Liversedge - MPG Award Nomination ‘Unsung Hero’

1 February 2013

BDi's own Sarah Liversedge has been nominated for an award at this years Music Producers Guild Awards! Sarah has been nomiated for ‘The Unsung Hero Award’ alongside Mark Thompson (Funky Junk/Snap Studios) and Rebecca de la Porta & Paul Walmsley (Polydor). The awards take place..

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