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Roger Dean: Designing the Future

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Stada TV teams up with Isle of Man-based Dam Productions for documentary co-pro of one of the most influential artists of modern times, Roger Dean. 

Roger Dean’s work is amongst the most easily recognisable in the world. He created the album covers for Yes, Uriah Heep, Asia and Osibisa, and designed the first ever Virgin logo. He became a household name when he took James Cameron to court for plagiarising his artwork in the box office smash Avatar – and although the case was lost, he still remains one of the most respected artists in popular culture.

With unprecedented access, Stada have followed Roger and his work both in the UK and Tokyo with plans to continue filming over the next year.



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Crazy Horses.

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Stada TV partner with Israely Cowboy to take on some of the toughest horses in the UK in Crazy Horses. The show is a first for the company, and TV debut of prolific horse trainer Shady Abu Laben.

Following in the footsteps of The Dog Whisperer and Super Nanny, Crazy Horses chronicles the lives of distraught owners and their challenging horses. We see Shady weave his magic as he gives the owners back their beloved animals and the horses their happiness.

The show, currently in development, will be the first of its type in the UK – delving into the country’s equine scene and the dangers and triumphs involved.

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Stada TV launches in the North.

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Stada TV attracts top talent as ambitious new TV production company launches in the North. Danny Lacey, Dave Mousley and Jenny Schofield partner up to take on the UK TV scene. 

Stada TV is on the rise: Founded and looked after by CEO Danny Lacey, an up and coming Director turning a few heads in the industry, the company aims to make quality content both in the North and nationally. Danny is joined by Dave Mousley, the owner of BAFTA award winning multi-million pound TV company Red Vision, and Jenny Schofield who was Director of Production for Real Life clocking up over 300 hours of mainstream network programming for all the major broadcasters over a 20 year career.

Though the company is in it’s infancy, the names involved have years of combined experience and industry knowhow, with three productions currently already in development.