Current Radio Projects

All Creatures Great and Small

By Dick Walker | 15/09/2020

Scala’s Imogen plays Jenny Alderson. Little sister of James Herriott’s love interest Helen, played by Rachel Shelton, in Channel 5s fab revival. Starring Sam West as Siegfried, Callum Woodhouse as Tristan and Nicholas Ralph as the well loved Yorkshire Vet James. Imogen loved her time on the farm – but dont mention the ferret!

Kestrel for a Knave – Troy Tipple – BBC Radio 4

By Dick Walker | 18/07/2019

Scala’s Troy Tipple, a veteran of Theatre and TV recorded his first ever radio play whan he played “Tibbut” in Radio 4’s adaptation of “Kestrel for a Knave” for Goldhawk Productions.

The Bay – Lucy Hillyard as “Kelly Meredith” – ITV

By Dick Walker | 18/07/2019

13 Year old Lucy played a particularly stressfull role in this gripping 6 part drama starring Morven Chistie.

Wizard of Oz – Leeds Playhouse

By Dick Walker | 18/07/2019

Scalakids Poppy and Phoebe both appeared as Munchkins in the  Christmas Production of “Wizard of Oz” Have fun Over that Rainbow girls!

La Boheme – Opera North

By Dick Walker | 18/07/2019

Scalakids Maddy, Eden, Joe, Matilda, Amy and Mary are all appearing in this fab production, touring throughout the autumn then at the Leeds Grand Theatre. “Keep your tiny hands warm”  kids, and enjoy Paris!

Emmerdale – Willow Bell – “Millie Tate”

By Dick Walker | 02/07/2019

Scala’s Willow Bell makes her TV debut in the soap. The 5 year old plays Kim Tate’s surprise Grandchild Millie. Kim was unaware that estranged son Jamie had not only a wife but a 4 year old  daughter…making  Kim a very unwilling Grandma!

Song of Hiawatha – BBC Radio Drama

By admin | 09/11/2016

Our lovely Talia Barnett who impressed producers with her perfect portrayal of Cam in “To The Lighthouse” for the BBC was subsequently invited to play the young Hiawatha. (Yes – she was a one take wonder yet again, even with an American accent and a song – What a girl!)

Perfect Girls

By admin | 09/11/2016

Sydney Wade beat dozens of southern girls when she auditioned with a perfect “saarf” accent and won the wonderful part of “Lucretia” in the BBC radio drama “Perfect Girls”