Film & TV Work
The UK Bungee Club's experience, professionalism and excellent safety record has led to us being the first choice for television production companies worldwide, including Endemol, Tiger Aspect and Outline Productions, producing shows for the BBC (including Top Gear), ITV, Channel 4, NBC and ESPN.
The UK Bungee Club can provide insurance, risk assessments, method statements and advice on camera positions, POV shots, locations and storyboards.
Recent TV work includes the following -
Soccer AM's Max Rushden bungee jumps as part of the shows Christmas Day special opening scenes. The idea was to get Max as low as possible, about 1m off the airbag, so he could drop into shot for the filming below.
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David Seaman and Gavin Henson set a new Guinness World Record by completing the highest game of catch in the UK ever. The purple balls, provided by the Cadbury Spot v Stripes campaign, plummeted to ground level from a massive 102.5 meters.
Both contestants had several failed attempts as the balls we progressively dropped from higher levels. Seaman was the first to take the record, representing the Stripes, but was consequently matched by Henson, a spot, on his final chance. Big Bang Promotions... More Details
A game show in which contestants are eliminated in a variety of crazy and outrageous ways.
UK Bungee were approached to provide and help facilitate the bungee aspect of the game show which required all contestent to be stood on a trapdoor attached to a bungee chord around 100ft in the air. Following questions from the presenter the losing contestent was released with the contestet plummting into a poolof water below. The producers required that participants entered the water to chest... More Details
Following a bungee incident with a British holiday maker in Thailand GMTV contacted the UK Bungee Club about reporting on what safety aspects people performing bungee jumps should look out for especially abroad.
The UK has very stringent health and saftey checks and therefore the UK Bungee Club was an ideal choice to demonstrate the activity
The Abyss @ Magna being a permanent indoor bungee jumping facility provided an ideal venue for presenter Jonathan Swaine to talk through... More Details
BBC Radio 1 listeners raise more than £1million for Comic Relief, Vernon Kay who was presenting Chris Moyles breakfast show at the time and the Breakfast team had been undertaking challenges to encourage more donations
One such challenge included Vernon abseiling down Twickenham Rugby Stadium which the UK Bungee Club organised and facilitated. The UK Bungee Clubs experience with rigging and rope work in addition its ability to locate and access suitable locations made this a very simple... More Details
Fearne Cotton and Ben Shephard presented a brand new entertainment extravaganza for the Sky1 autumn schedule. Featuring amazing record attempts, celebrity guests and death-defying stunts!
Outline Productions approached The UK Bungee Club regarding the pilot for this show. The brief was to come up with ideas for breaking a world record that could be flimed in London and undertaken by the presenters Fearne Cotton and Ben Shephard. After research the UK Bungee Club came up with the idea of a catapult... More Details
On December 17, 2007, the UK Bungee Club bungee jumped American news anchor Anne Curry off the world famous Transporter Bridge to raise money for charity. Her jump was shown on the NBC news Today show at about 8:13 am Eastern time and went out live to 8 million people. See footage of the jump here More Details
High profile TV appearances between 1990 and 2000 have included the following
Paul McKenna Show
Brian Connolly Show
Harry Enfield and Chums
The Sooty Show
11 O clock Show
Chelsea Flower Show