MUSIC

TV/FILM COMPOSER, OCCASIONAL COMEDY SONGWRITER & ELECTRONIC NON-MUSICIAN LIST OF CREDITS
Waen Shepherd 
Waen Shepherd
THE GHOUL (2016) Primal Pictures BAFTA nominated: Outstanding debut by British writer, director or producer MURDER IN SUCCESSVILLE (2014-2017) BBC Three/BBC One/Tiger Aspect BAFTA winner 2018: Best Comedy Entertainment Programme ACTION TEAM (2018) ITV2/Shiny Button CRACKANORY (2013-2017) Dave/Tiger Aspect THE DAY THEY CAME TO SUCK OUT OUR BRAINS (2013) Channel Flip THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED (2003-2004) BBC Radio 2 and many, many more…
My name is Waen Shepherd and I make music. I can’t play an instrument, I don’t have any formal training and I didn’t start doing it till I was 27, but somehow I’ve still managed to forge a tiny career writing and recording music for TV, radio, film and theatre. Please don’t ask me how. Over the past few years, I’ve written theme tunes and incidental scores for a number of TV comedy series including Crackanory (Dave), Action Team (ITV2) and the BAFTA-winning Murder in Successville (BBC3/BBC1), radio series such as Danny Robins Music Therapy (BBC Radio 4) and The Day The Music Died (BBC Radio 2), critically acclaimed shorts The Monster and The Baron, and Gareth Tunley’s BAFTA-nominated feature film The Ghoul. I’ve also released a number of comedy albums under the name Gary Le Strange, which you can buy from places like iTunes and Amazon, if you’re feeling generous. Polaroid Suitcase (2003) is the one everyone seems to like but Beef Scarecrow (2006) is my personal favourite. If you want to hear more, please visit my YouTube channel, which I’ll be using to showcase my work over the coming weeks and months.
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MUSIC

TV/FILM COMPOSER, OCCASIONAL COMEDY SONGWRITER & ELECTRONIC NON-MUSICIAN LIST OF CREDITS
Waen Shepherd 
THE GHOUL (2016) Primal Pictures MURDER IN SUCCESSVILLE (2014-2017) BBC Three/BBC One/Tiger Aspect ACTION TEAM (2018) ITV2/Shiny Button CRACKANORY (2013-2017) Dave/Tiger Aspect THE DAY THEY CAME TO SUCK OUT OUR BRAINS (2013) Channel Flip/The Multiverse THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED (2003-2004) BBC Radio 2 and many, many more…
My name is Waen Shepherd and I make music. I can’t play an instrument, I don’t have any formal training and I didn’t start doing it till I was 27, but somehow I’ve still managed to forge a tiny career writing and recording music for TV, radio, film and theatre. Please don’t ask me how. Over the past few years, I’ve written theme tunes and incidental scores for a number of TV comedy series including Crackanory (Dave), Action Team (ITV2) and the BAFTA-winning Murder in Successville (BBC3/BBC1), radio series such as Danny Robins Music Therapy (BBC Radio 4) and The Day The Music Died (BBC Radio 2), critically acclaimed shorts The Monster and The Baron, and Gareth Tunley’s BAFTA-nominated feature film The Ghoul. I’ve also released a number of comedy albums under the name Gary Le Strange, which you can buy from places like iTunes and Amazon, if you’re feeling generous. Polaroid Suitcase (2003) is the one everyone seems to like but Beef Scarecrow (2006) is my personal favourite. If you want to hear more, please visit my YouTube channel, which I’ll be using to showcase my work over the coming weeks and months.
As heard in…
Waen Shepherd