We’ve been working in some wild and beautiful places recently – Galapagos Islands, Patagonia, Ethiopia – but every now and then we are asked to produce in places that are new to us and its always exciting to see the footage that comes back. One such place recently was Newfoundland, a Canadian province on the […]

Yemen has been described as an island – cut off from the world since a bloody civil war began in 2014 between Houthi rebels and the government of president Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi. The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) estimates around 2.4 million, or 10% of the country is displaced as a result making it one of […]

The news is full of reports about changes afoot in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. As they make inroads into a move away from oil dependance we are hearing about ambitious tourist resorts and a relaxing of entertainment laws. However, almost weekly this coincides with another negative report about the strict regime. We spoke to […]

Photo: Matt Cetti Roberts In a derelict hotel room a sniper sits patiently on a cheap plastic chair, the barrel of his weapon fixed on a gap in the furniture, upended to block the window. The sound of sporadic gunfire and mortar shells tells us he is close to the action but he doesn’t shoot, […]

In 2017 & 2018 there is only one destination for international football – Russia. The Confederations Cup is quickly followed by the World Cup attracting hundreds of thousands visitors to the country and the full attention of audiences globally. The media landscape in the world’s largest country is varied and if you’re planning on producing […]

World Fixer recently worked on a project travelling overland through Myanmar with the Purple Monkey Agency (www.purplemonkey.in) for a series called ‘Great Overland Adventure’ broadcast on NDTV Prime. The series is the story of two made in India Mercedes Benz cars, the GLA 200 CDI and the GL 350 CDI,  circumnavigating the globe (find it here:  www.carandbike.com/glaadventure #GLAadventure). […]

WorldFixer’s, William Lloyd George spoke with acclaimed journalist Robert Fisk who has been living and working in the Middle East for over forty years. Now The Independent’s correspondent in Beirut covering the region, Fisk has reported from Israel, Kosovo, Iraq, Bosnia and Afghanistan. He is a seven time winner of the International Journalist of the […]