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28 June 2022
Squeaky Pedal Creates Documentary with National Army Museum to mark 40th Anniversary of the Falklands War

Squeaky Pedal were recently commissioned by the National Army Museum to create a brand new documentary. The film will explore how museums from across the country have worked to preserve incredible personal stories from the Falklands War over the last 40 years. In 1982, the British Army took part in a 10-week campaign to retake […]

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23 June 2022
Ian Curtis Macclesfield Mural

We were recently commissioned by Cheshire East Council to follow the talented artist Akse as he transformed the wall of a building in Macclesfield, to create a striking new image of the Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis. Akse is a graffiti artist based in Manchester. His expertise in creating freehand high definition photo realistic graphic […]

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22 June 2022
Historic England: Middlesbrough

The wonderful people at Historic England commissioned us to help them produce a short film focusing on the restoration and redevelopment of High Streets around the UK, ultimately known as the Heritage Action Zones. One of these locations is Middlesbrough. Middlesbrough's strong mixture of physical renovation, public realm work and community engagements, see it to […]

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21 April 2022
National Theatre Connections Festival

We were recently commissioned by Crewe Lyceum Theatre to produce a short film showcasing the amazing young talent who are taking part in the National Theatre's Connections Festival 2022. In 1995, the National Theatre created Connections to celebrate the talent of young people across the UK. Since then, the National Theatre commission 10 new plays […]

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14 October 2021
The Lost Priory of Gloucester: An interview with Andrew Armstrong

After a busy couple of months filming our first ever full-length documentary for Dan Snow's History Hit, we sat down with host of Whitefriars: The Lost Priory of Gloucester, City Archaeologist Andrew Armstrong. In this interview, we discussed how Andrew knew of the project, and his experiences filming with Squeaky Pedal. How did you find […]

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18 August 2021
Lancashire City of Culture 2025 Bid

Squeaky Pedal received some amazing new that we were chosen by Lancashire 2025 to create a showcase film for something very special. Now what may this special project be? Lancashire have put in a bid to become the UK City of Culture in 2025, however, they will be one of the first counties to promote […]

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22 July 2021
Uncovering the Lost Priory of Gloucester

Squeaky Pedal have been commissioned by History Hit to produce a new and exciting one off 40 minute documentary exploring the remarkable story of Whitefriars. Presented by Gloucester City Archaeologist Andrew Armstrong, it will have exclusive access to the archaeological dig sites to log finds as they are discovered.  During the 13th Century, the Gloucester […]

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22 July 2021
Historic England x Hamish Ogston Foundation: The Heritage Building Skills Programme

The wonderful team at Historic England commissioned us at Squeaky Pedal to create a film celebrating the launch of the Heritage Building Skills Programme. Funded by the Hamish Ogston Foundation, a charity which supports heritage in the UK, the programme aims to improve heritage sites that are currently at risk by creating apprenticeships to preserve […]

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21 July 2021
Exploring Eliot: The Meaning Behind George Eliot's Name

We were recently commissioned by the exciting Exploring Eliot project, to produce a series of films revealing some remarkable objects contained within The Herbert Art Gallery, Nuneaton Library and the Nuneaton Museum. George Eliot, to some maybe a male name, however, the name actually belonged to author Mary Anne Evans. Whilst pen names were somewhat […]

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7 July 2021
Pandemic Pivot Award Win at the Museum + Heritage Awards 2021

On Thursday 1st July, we here at Squeaky Pedal received amazing news that Gloucester History Festival had won the Pandemic Pivot Award at the Museum + Heritage Awards for their collaborative project: Gloucester Looking Up, in which Squeaky Pedal played a key role in. Due to the Pandemic and restrictions taking a toll on the […]

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30 June 2021
Newest Member of the Squeaky Pedal Team

Hi everyone, my name is Victoria and I am the new Marketing Assistant Intern here at Squeaky Pedal. My role here is to manage Squeaky Pedal's social media accounts and to create blog posts to keep you all in the loop on all upcoming Squeaky Pedal projects. A little bit about me: I have my […]

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13 May 2021
Our Exciting Nomination as part of the Museum and Heritage Awards 2021!

A key part of 2021 for Squeaky Pedal was our involvement in the Gloucester Looking Up project as we created the interactive map, films and 360 tours for the Gloucester History Festival. The hard work and dedication of many people across the project has now been recognised with a nomination for the 'Pandemic Pivot Award'. […]

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6 April 2021
Squeaky Pedal Collab with Content Kings

We are excited to announce that Squeaky Pedal have signed a collaboration deal with UK production company Content Kings to focus on specialist factual content for TV and heritage organisations. “This is an incredibly exciting opportunity for us” stated Squeaky Pedal cofounder Peter Roch. “It will allow us to tap into the immense experience held […]

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