New BBC Motoring Show ‘The Speedshop’ Combines Engineering & Adventure

By January 13, 2020 No Comments

The Speedshop follows ex Special Forces mobility specialist Titch Cormack and his team, together they take on mechanical challenges to convert broken and battered vehicles into beautiful, bespoke machines.

The show features a brand new format in which the team combine their two biggest passions -engineering & adventure. Episode one see’s the team build a specially adapted motorcycle for parachute regiment soldier Chris, who just a few weeks earlier had his right leg amputated. Titch and his team then take off on a challenging off-road ride across the Alps with Chris who is determined to prove that his new amputation won’t hold him back.

ENVY Senior On-line Editor, Dicky Everton said:

“It’s beautifully shot and we’re so happy with the look of the finished programme. The sound design, grade and on-line complement each other to enhance the stunning footage and energy of the production. My involvement on the project involved stabilising, crew-removal, reformatting, dynamic reframing, and other VFX work. I worked in Avid Symphony using various BCC and Sapphire plug-ins, and paint, tracking and cloning tools. Having worked with Grant before we knew that The Speedshop would be a fantastic project, and it’s been a pleasure to have him back at ENVY.”

The Speedshop is now available on BBC iPlayer: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000dbc9

Watch the trailer here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B7On8uyBDGp/


Online Editor: Dicky Everton

Colourist: Paul Fallon

Dubbing Mixer: Andy Hodges

Post Producers: Rosie Hargreaves & Sophie Bagha


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