Drummer TV for CBBC
My Life: The Boy on the Bicycle
In ‘My Life: The Boy on the Bicycle’, we are taken on an unprecedented and fascinating guided tour by 16 year-old Syrian boy, Ahmed, through one of the biggest refugee camps in the world – Zaatari in Jordan. Ahmed is like any other boy his age, except he’s had to leave everything behind, including his toys and technology, to move to the refugee camp.
Children’s Factual BAFTA 2016
Broadcast Awards 2017: Best Children’s Programme
RTS West Award 2017: Best Childrens’ Programme
3 x Winner at Prix Jeunesse International Childrens TV 2016: Categories 7-10 Non Fiction, Heart Award and UNICEF Special Award
Sandford St Martin awards 2016: Best Childrens’ Programme
Japan Prize 2016
Finalist of RTS Programme Awards
My Life: The Boy on the Bicycle – Two Years On
My Life: The Boy On The Bicycle – Two Years On follows up on the three remarkable Syrian refugee children – Ahmed, Ola and Ali – whose lives in Za’atari refugee camp were featured in the multi-award winning 2015 documentary, My Life: The Boy On The Bicycle.