Ivor Sims - Creative Producer

Senior producer with over 10 years experience including video, audio, web production and virtual reality, with an emphasis on creative development and innovation.

Where I Went Right

Where I went right – A video interactive showcasing four inspirational world-famous pioneers. Created for The Guardian and sponsored by Rolex Awards for Enterprise.

Limbo - Virtual Reality

A virtual experience of waiting for asylum

There are approximately 31,500 asylum seekers in the UK waiting for a decision about their asylum status. This film allows you to experience what it is like to live in this period of limbo, waiting for a decision that will affect the rest of your life.

Improve your road cycling

'When I got a good bike I suddenly realised why people like cycling,' says multi-discipline rider and cycling coach Juliet Elliott. Here, she explains how to corner more effectively and the importance of body position as she rides the Olympic road route through Surrey to Box Hill

Chart survivors - the songs that cross generations

Being a top ten hit doesn’t guarantee a song will be a timeless classic. We compared the bestselling hits from the past seven decades with the most popular tracks by decade on Spotify to see how tastes have changed. So which songs have survived the test of time?

Future Families

Can you remember life before the internet or mobile phones, when mixtapes were cool and Back to the Future predicted a world of fax machines? That was a mere 30 years ago. So what will the next 30 years look like and how can families prepare now to make the most of them?

The Internet of (nearly) Everything

The Internet of Things connects certain everyday physical objects to the internet, and to each other. But what happens when the internet is connected to everything?

Britain's Mandarin Speaking Competition

Every year the British Council runs a competition to find Britain's best young Mandarin speakers. Those that make it through to the last stage of the competition come to London to compete at the British Museum. We went behind scenes of the competition to follow Louis Carmicheal, 17, from Hull and Natalia Barton, 13, from Liverpool as they prepared for the final

Why a 10,000 mile round trip for cod just doesn't make sense

Many businesses have treated the environment as an afterthought. The result is the ongoing degradation and exhaustion of the very resources those businesses rely on. This tale of unsustainable fishing practices and innovative surf companies demonstrates that successful businesses are both possible and profitable when companies consider their wider impacts

Thomasina Miers: learning Spanish on a Mexican food odyssey

The Wahaca restaurant co-founder first travelled to Mexico after finishing school. Learning the Spanish language not only brought her closer to the culture and people, it was the beginning of a love affair with the country's world famous cuisine. The chef explains how she learned the language dish by dish

First Impressions - Virtual Reality

A virtual experience of the first year of life

Using the latest research in neural development and colour vision in infants, this film allows you to experience and interact with the world from the point of view of a baby. It's a period that none of us remember, but is the most crucial stage of our development

Improve your mountain biking

'The thrill of riding a trail that you’ve never ridden before is unparalleled,' says mountain bike coach Sam Fowler. Here, he demonstrates the correct technique for riding steep terrain and how to tackle obstacles on the trail

Who saves the least money? Financial exclusion around the world

Who saves the least for old age, who borrows the most from family and which country does the most online shopping? Turn your sound up to hear the introduction to the map