Read the latest news, gossip and ponderings from Sarah and the Zing team …

  • Behind the Mask

    Behind the Mask

    Last week we started filming again. It was good to get back to work, even if it was far from ‘business as usual’ with facemasks & social distancing (etc) being the order of the day. A key part of my role as producer is to make sure that everyone feels relaxed and comfortable. Of course, this is still a worrying time and returning to work is a cause of anxiety for many, so it’s more important than ever to be sensitive to people’s wellbeing. But now, we face new challenges that make it harder to tell if people are OK…

  • Be Kind. To Yourself.

    Be Kind. To Yourself.

    It’s now nearly two months since lockdown started.

    Are you fluent in Spanish yet? How about those online guitar lessons? And are those DIY jobs ticked off your to-do list?

    No, me neither.

  • The Milk of Human Kindness

    The Milk of Human Kindness

    So how are we all doing? Of course, for many, the impact of this virus has been devastating. My heart goes out to those who are sick or grieving, and to all the heroic NHS staff and key workers who are keeping the nation alive and afloat. But even those of us who are simply stuck at home need to make sure we’re looking after our physical and mental health, and one of the things that lifts my spirits is hearing stories of kindness, support and generosity …

  • "What was that you said?” How to make learning and development more memorable.

    A significant number of the programmes that Zing produce are for organisations who are committed to learning, so it would be a bit weird if as a team we weren’t committed to our own development. We do like to practice what we preach …

  • What's the point of Corporate Communications?

    What's the point of Corporate Communications?

    “What’s the point?”

    It’s a question we hear all the time in life: perhaps most often aimed at a remake of an old movie that doesn’t bring anything new to the party or alcohol-free lager, likely to make us want to leave the party …

  • Why trust is at the heart of what we see on screen

    Why trust is at the heart of what we see on screen

    At Zing, we’ve worked with many of our clients for years now and over the last couple of days, I’ve been reflecting on why that is. Sure, we produce quality programmes and I like to think we’re a nice bunch of people. But what else?

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