Corcadal Productions is a small independent production company with a strong track record. It was set up in 2007 by Christine Morrison with the aim of making distinctive, high quality factual programmes.
Since then, Corcadal has developed, pitched and produced a wide range of factual programmes in Scotland, including stories with a strong international element, all of which have been highly rated by viewers. “Fuil nan Innseanach/Transatlantic Ties” about one man’s search for his roots in Canada’s Metis community was nominated for best single documentary at the Celtic Media Festival.
More recently Corcadal has developed a returning series which started off as an observational documentary series set in one island community and is now in its fourth season. Each series, set in a different island community and filmed over a year, documents contemporary island life with warmth, humour and integrity. Hugely popular, the programmes have frequently been among the most watched and most appreciated programmes on BBC ALBA.
Corcadal’s founder, Christine Morrison has rich and varied television production experience gained over the past twenty six years. She works with talented and committed colleagues to create compelling TV and simply loves working with people and telling their extraordinary stories.