PkBoo Music was founded by Graham Reilly in 2003 and since then has been Producing Music for Film, TV and Commercials in the UK, Europe and US.
Graham has scored the music to over 350 hours of Prime Time TV & Film Productions in the US, UK and Europe.
One of Graham's latest BBC commissions to Score the music for - The Story Of Britain - 10-part Children's Animation series was nominated for a BAFTA.
The BBC commission Reel History of Britain - was Performed by the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.
Based in the UK (London) and Belgium (Hasselt) PkBoo Music offers a complete service of Music Production to Media. Covering Full Orchestrations, Arranging, Sound Design and Producing from Classical to Contemporary Music.
NEWS / CREDITS INCLUDE
LATEST NEWS - The Story Of Britain - BBC Children's Animation Series - nominated for a BAFTA.
Technobabble a new 20-part Children's TV Series for CBBC - will highlight the latest apps, games and innovations including movie special effects and virtual reality.
Call The Council - 10-part TV Series - Season 2 of the successful daytime Observation Documentary series for BBC ONE.
The Story of Britain a new 10-part Animation Series - for the BBC which Graham has been commissioned to Score the music for.
Call The Council - Season 1 - New 15-part Observational Documentary TV Series for BBC ONE.
Permission Impossible - Britain's Planners - 8-part TV Series for BBC TWO - follow up to the popular Observational Documentary series The Planners.
8-part TV Series for BBC TWO - The Planners plus a new 8-part Series - Oilfield Iraq.
Reel History of Britain - 20-part TV Series including rare footage from the BFI archive library from the 1920s to the the 1970s. Presented by Lord Melvyn Bragg music Performed by the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.
Seconds From Disaster - The Award winning TV Series which shows why and how Disasters happen Graham has just finished Season 6 which in total Graham has Composed the music for 32 episodes.
Thelma Gypsy Girls 6-part TV Series new reality spin-off of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding - The series Thelma's Gypsy Girls - will see Gypsy Wedding star Thelma Madine take on 10 Gypsy trainers in her dress making business.
NEWS / CREDITS INCLUDE
Dragons' Den - Series 15 - 16x60 - BBC TWO.
Christmas City - New Daytime five-part series - BBC ONE presented by Rav Wilding and Hayley Hassall that looks at what it takes to deliver a truly special Christmas for the shoppers, workers, residents and tourists in Greater Manchester, in the busiest period of the year.
Mastermind / Celebrity Mastermind - Series - BBC TWO/BBC ONE - new arrangements for the iconic quiz show - one of the longest running shows on the BBC.
Tomoko - screens at the Red Dot Cinema film festival in Singapore/Japan.
Dragons' Den - Series 14 - 16x60 - BBC TWO.
Call the Council - Series 3 - 15x45 - BBC ONE.
The Pencil - feature film - Living Stone Productions (Parade's End - BBC)
EMI - new Production Music album.
Technobabble - New Series 2 for CBBC - highlights the latest apps, games and innovations including movie special effects and virtual reality.
The spin-off from the CBBC show Make It: Technobabble was nominated for two Digital Broasdcast Awards - Best Game and Best Children's Content.
(TBA) - recommissioned 15-part TV series for BBC ONE.
EMI - Commissioned Production Music - Orchestral recording session in Budapest.
Demolition: The Wrecking Crew - new Primetime - 3-part TV series for BBC TWO. Follows teams who bring down unwanted buildings, homes and bridges in controlled explosions.
Call The Council - 15-part TV Series - Season 3 of the successful daytime Observation Documentary series for BBC ONE.
Tomoko - Japanese inspired short film (drama) based on a true story from Japan - starring Dai Tabuchi (Bond 23 - Spectre, 47 Ronnin, Genji: Days of the Blade, The Angel’s Share) and Masayo Aizawa, produced by Finite Films.
Magna Carta - New episode for the BAFTA nominated BBC Children's Animation TV Series 'The Story of Britain'.
MEGA OIL IRAQ - LUKOIL - Web based interactive Documentary - including over 5 hours of filmed documentary, launching 2015.