TELEVISION PRODUCTION COMPANY
Launched in 2020, Rooster is an exciting new independent production company formed and run by Lindsey Douglas and Ali McBride.
Based in Glasgow with proud roots in the north, Rooster is committed to growing and creating work in the Nations and Regions, identifying and nurturing new talent, on and off screen.
With an already wide and varied slate, Rooster's current focus lies across Documentaries, Factual, Factual Entertainment and Daytime.
They are currently working with a range of commissioners and broadcasters to develop and deliver compelling content that engages, entertains and inspires.
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Lindsey is known for working with high end talent, often exploring sensitive subjects. Skilled at access, she puts collaboration at the heart of all, securing routes into major institutions including hospitals and psychiatric units to courts and prisons.
Production credits include the International Emmy award-winning Stephen Fry: Secret Life of the Manic Depressive, Stephen Fry: HIV & Me and What Do Artists do All Day?
Development credits include Victorian House of Arts & Crafts, Extreme Fishing with Robson Green and The Story of Women and Art.
As a highly experienced Series Producer and Director, Ali has successfully developed and delivered many series including high volume, returners across daytime and in peak.
Working with every major UK broadcaster, genres include Factual Entertainment, Daytime, Current Affairs and Documentaries.
Production credits include Casualty 24/7, Women at War, The One Show, Britain's Heritage Heroes, Call the Council and Emmerdale Family Trees.
If you want to find out more about Rooster and what we do, please contact us using any of the means below.
We'll aim to get back to you as soon as we can although will not be able to accept or read unsolicited ideas.
0141 632 8880
11 Hampden Terrace Glasgow G42 9XQ
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