Factual programmes with warmth, integrity and humour.

  • Juggle makes films that matter; that challenge; that confound expectations and that are beautifully crafted.

  • Juggle specialises in high quality factual programmes for all ages. From access documentaries to series formats, we are passionate about content, creativity and characters.

About Us

Who are the Jugglers?

Sarah Clark

Sarah Clark is a documentary Producer/Director with over 16 years experience in Network Television. Sarah is most experienced in fly-on-the-wall documentary series and began her career making the ITV1 groundbreaking hospital factual series - Jimmys. She went on to make two hugely popular series for Channel 4 – Seasiders and The Entertainers – plus shows such as Network First, 3D, Pleasure Island, and Holidays From Hell for ITV. Sarah has specialised in factual entertainment series, covering subjects such as working men's clubs, talent agents, entertainers, party planners and British holiday camps. Her strength is her ability to become 'part' of the world she is filming and building strong relationships. She makes programmes with humour and integrity, laughing with but never at her subjects. She spends her time juggling work and her home life, seeing friends, dog walking and as chief supporter of her sons’ football teams.


Rachel Chadwick

Rachel Chadwick has a long track record of series producing and managing primetime Factual and Features for ITV. She was based at ITV Yorkshire for 13 years series producing large teams, working with high-profile presenters and running large budgets for long-running investigative consumer programmes such as Holidays Undercover. Credits as a producer/director include numerous crime documentaries for ITV1 and Channel 4 and archive based factual-entertainment programmes such as Best Ever Christmas Films for ITV. She has worked across a variety of genres, including several long-running Daytime formats such as 60 Minute Makeover and Coronation Street and Emmerdale Confidential for ITV1, Slimming Club for Discovery and How to Survive the Property Crisis for BBC1.


Ian Bevitt

Ian Bevitt is a BAFTA winning Television Drama Director with over 20 years in the Television industry. He has experience in a wide range of programming, starting his career in print journalism before moving into both BBC and ITV news. From there he moved into directing and after making entertainment, music and documentary shows for ITV moved into Drama. His many credits include Coronation Street, Emmerdale, The Chase, The Royal, Heartbeat and Waterloo Road. He was the lead director on RTS award winning children's live action/animation hybrid series Roy, and is the lead director on the new CBBC/BBC Worldwide 35-part thriller World's End.

View Ian's Video Showreelian@juggletv.co.uk

Nik Porter

Emmy nominated Director of Photography Nik Porter is renowned for creating beautiful cinematography and has a wealth of experience working with celebrities and experts on location. He's filmed across most genres but mainly works within documentary, from fly-on-the-wall (Inside Asprey, Weight Loss Ward) presenter-led (Russell Brand - From Addiction to Recovery, Long Lost Families and most recently Griff Rhys Jones - Slow Train Through Africa) to location lighting and interviews (Imagine: The Art of Stand Up and Nigel Slater's - A Taste of my Life). Recent projects include BBC2's acclaimed The Great War: An Elegy with poet Simon Armitage and is currently in production on an ITV Perspectives - Vivaldi and Rick Wakeman.

View Nik's Video Showreelnik@juggletv.co.uk

What's with the name?

Juggle was the obvious choice. As a group of dedicated film-makers who are all busy working and living in Yorkshire, we have spent the last 20 years juggling our many and varied television projects with our home and family lives. So Juggle brings us together under one creative roof - to enable us to work with like-minded people, to help us make the best possible films. Our juggling includes more ambition for our projects; more money onto the screen; more investment in our teams and more flexibility to give our projects the time they need. For us, Juggle sums it all up - it's quite simply what we do.

What's the ethos of Juggle?

Juggle is a happy hub - a place of creativity and support; a place where we can thrive as film-makers and encourage our team to do the same! It's a community that nurtures vitality and the best in programme making. We are ambitious for each other in our films. At the heart of all that we do in Juggle is the belief that we treat our contributors with the utmost integrity; uncovering the difficult, the funny, the unexpected, the new. We love what we do and we believe that by treating people with respect at every level of the production, we make the best films.

What sort of films do we Juggle?

The combined experience of the Juggle team brings together documentary, formats, children’s, drama, online content and corporate commissions. Between us we have won a BAFTA for Coronation Street; been nominated for an Emmy for photography and our film Found won the 2016 Accolade Global Film Competition Award for Documentary Short.

Our passion is to make films that matter; that challenge; that confound expectation, that are ambitious and beautifully crafted. We want to inspire; to entertain; to make people think; to use humour and tell moving and brilliant stories.