MLMedia was started in 2006 by its Managing Director Moray London, after a decade of working for the BBC as a Network Radio and TV producer.

Moray has enjoyed a career spanning over 20 years producing everything from Live Events, Broadcast and Corporate TV.

His work has taken him all over the world, including the South Pole and the Australian Outback, producing a variety of TV shows for both the BBC and commercial broadcasters. His work has been recognised by BAFTA and the RTS [Royal Television Society].

His TV Broadcast credits  include entertainment, consumer, children’s, observational documentaries, OBs and factual entertainment programmes. He also has a track record of delivering logistically complicated and high risk filming projects.

Along side his TV work, Moray has as an expanding portfolio of exciting corporate film projects with a growing list of clients from both the private and public sector.

Since 2012, Moray has expanded his production expertise by taking on the development and production of a host of experiential and live events with both the BBC and commercial partners.

Moray has a reputation as a creative and versatile content maker who is equally happy behind the camera or stood in a field producing award winning event content.

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MLMedia's MD Moray London hooking-up to the outside World.

Jess Ord, Head of Media, Sport Relief

“I just wanted to drop you a note to say a MASSIVE thank you for all your help over the last two months. Everyone here is really thrilled with the PR and coverage that Helen’s challenge has got and that is down to all the assets and updates you and team out there were able to provide us with so thank you. I can’t even begin to imagine how hard it was out there and know that at times I was bombarding you with requests. The piece in Hello worked out really well – it ran across 4 pages”


Liam Keelan, Controller BBC Daytime

“The performance for Rip Off Britain was stunning yesterday. It was the most mentioned programme on the log across the whole day on One and was 3% ahead of Jeremy Kyle. Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Jennie Bond will all be thrilled. Many thanks for a great series.”

Joe Godwin, Head of BBC Children’s

“We’ll have you back as soon as we can. You have been such a brilliant Series Producer on this, and managed to do so many other creative things at the same time!”

Gillian Scothern, Executive Producer BBC Daytime and Early Peak

“I have worked with Moray off and on for over 10 years on various TV productions covering everything from Saturday evenings to Childrens. He always deliveries whatever the nature or complexity of the project. He has great editorial judgement and thrives on managing logistically complicated projects. In addition Moray always communicates his creative and editorial vision to the team/s he manages to ensure everyone is working towards one common goal. In the past 2 years I’ve brought in Moray especially to support and run two hazardous filming projects; Helen Skelton’s Comic Relief Wire Walk at Battersea Power Station and Blue Peter’s Andy Akinwolere deep water swim in the Pacific Ocean. All high risks projects that required a senior person with a ‘safe pair of hands’ to oversee their successful execution”

Clive Edwards, Executive Editor, TV Current Affairs

“Rip Off Britain got off to a tremendous start yesterday with an audience of 1.3 million and a share of 28.1% – the highest figure anyone can remember for a daytime current affairs series. Congratulations.”

Peter Salmon, Director BBC North

“To see Blue Peter and Helen in BBC One peak-time…Great! I realise fully now what all the team and Helen went through. Extraordinary. Bravo.  Well done all the team. And Sport Relief too.”

Tim Levell, Editor Blue Peter

“Am just putting in writing my thanks and congratulations to you for getting Helen and the whole team to the South Pole. We knew that the twin aspects of your leadership — your strong editorial vision and your sensible, unflappable regard for safety and team management — would make this a successful trip.”