DSP is one of the world’s leading television production companies.
DSP has achieved widespread recognition for producing films and television programmes of the highest quality for UK, US and international broadcasters.
Landmark productions include drama ratings-hit The Mill, feature-length drama-documentaries such as Hawking and Touching the Void and documentaries like Richard III: The King in the Car Park.
From London, DSP produce more than 100 hours of high-quality programmes every year for many of the world’s leading broadcasters, including Discovery, C4, BBC, National Geographic, PBS, Five and Smithsonian Channel.
DSP has been the proud recipient of more than 30 industry awards. Recent critically-acclaimed productions include Grierson award-winning science documentary How to Build a Bionic Man, BAFTA-nominated drama The Crash and the Emmy-nominated films Curiosity: Did God Create the Universe? and 9/11: Heroes of the 88th Floor.
Above all, DSP prides itself on combining passionate story-telling and rigorous authenticity to lead the field in factual television.