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The primary aim of the content we make is to entertain and we want our output to have broad popular appeal. We are committed to delivering outstanding entertainment to audiences worldwide.


We create content that motivates, inspires and activates audiences. We want people to emotionally engage with what we make and to seek out additional ways to interact with it via other platforms.


Our content enriches audiences by encouraging curiosity, broadening horizons and opening minds to new possibilities.




Three Arrows is committed to offering opportunities to people from all backgrounds and helping them establish and develop their careers in the TV industry. We have achieved this in various ways – through internal training and promotion, BBC’s Diversity initiatives and ScreenSkills funding.

"Three Arrows really helped kick start my career and gave me the opportunity to learn how to work as a professional Researcher, and not just in Children's TV but various genres in the media industry. The whole team have been very supportive in my career development from the first day I started."

Kyran Chopra

Casting Researcher, The Baby Club

"I am extremely grateful to have been given the amazing opportunity at Three Arrows to work as a JPM, taking on the day-to-day PM responsibilities of a series, under the guidance of the HOP and PM. Via ScreenSkills funding, Three Arrows have created a detailed plan including courses, one-to-ones and external coaching."

Fiona Hume

Junior Production Manager, The Toddler Club At Home

“ThreeArrows Media provided fantastic support through being mentored by anexperienced Producer and experienced Production Manager. This company gave methe confidence, opportunity, and support to step up from Shooting Researcher toShooting AP.”

 Richard Walker

Shooting AP, BBC Learning project

“Three Arrows really do invest in people and if they see a spark in someone they are keen to develop that spark into a much bigger flame! I was given the opportunity to gain my first Casting Producer credit and was fully supported by external (Screenskills) training and internal mentoring and structured development plans. It wasn’t just lip service, and I don’t think I would have got the support like this anywhere else – every production company should be like Three Arrows!”

Indi Sanghera

Casting Producer, The Toddler Club

“I’ve never had the chance to see the whole production process through before and it was great to have that bond with the contributors and also to be trusted with my own workload. I enjoyed that I could be myself and not feel like a token; Three Arrows genuinely care about diversity and nurturing their staff, and it shows.”

Cynthia Sithole

Casting Researcher, The Toddler Club


We’re not just a TV production company:


From stand-alone animated shorts for Treasure Champs, to producing new ‘lockdown’ iterations of The Baby Club and Andy and the Band, Three Arrows always extends the reach of the content it creates.


We’ve created countless short-form pieces of content for YouTube that have reached millions of views and have built successful social media accounts. Three Arrows is a pan-platform content creator.


Jon has headed up the production of four hugely successful CBeebies Christmas Productions and Three Arrows has produced live shows for The Baby/Toddler Club


We have considerable experience working alongside brand management teams to create merchandising lines – from plush to pyjamas, puzzles to pogo sticks.


From children's books to parent-facing titles, many of our past shows have resulted in fiction and non-fiction TV tie-in books and magazines. We know how to support a successful publishing programme.


Dominic was the COO at Children’s BBC who oversaw the creation of CBeebies Land at Alton Towers. Jon was part of the team that helped to transfer Mr Bloom’s Nursery to the attraction when it opened in 2014.


There are two friends in the Bible who have to think creatively and converse with one another in code. Their idea is to fire three arrows into a field – and where those arrows land communicates an important message. The account says that, afterwards, a boy is sent to collect the arrows who then carries them home.

Like these friends, we want the creative ideas we launch to hold meaning and value, and for our content to be found, treasured and ‘taken home’ by old and young alike.