Jay Pond-Jones

Writer/Producer/Director

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Jay Pond-Jones

Film, TV & Theatre

Agent: Duncan Hayes
Associate Agent: Stephanie Moore
Executive Assistant : Hayley Robinson

For more information visit his website.

Radio

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Damon From The Oval

2008

Virgin Radio / YouTube

A series of scripted comedy shorts, with Christian O'Connell (as himself), co-written with Alex Lowe - playing his regular call-in character 'Damon From The Oval'. Directed by Elliot Goldner.

The 'Barry From Watford' Show

2007

Radio 4

Pilot episode produced by Chris Pavlo and Jay Pond-Jones for BBC Radio Entertainment
Starring Alex Lowe as Barry From Watford.
Written by Dan Evans, Alex Lowe, David Owen, Chris Pavlo, and Jay Pond-Jones.

Dusty In Memphis

2006

BBC Radio 2/Colour TV

Executive Producer of a one-hour documentary that tells the story of the creation of Dusty's classic album. Produced and presented by Paul Sexton.

Richard Bacon's Go Home Show

2005

Capital Radio

Occasional feature writer alongside Marc Haynes and David Owen.

Television

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Razor Sharp – Pilot

2015

The comedy chatshow set in a barbers chair,
With Paul Sweeney, Joel Dommett and Joe Lycett.

The Bobby Mair Show

2015

Colour TV for Comedy Central

Director

KSI Demolished

2014

Colour TV for Comedy Central

Producer

the international sexy ladies show - series 1& 2 (2009/2010)

Colour TV for G4

Writer, Director and Executive Producer, of the returning primetime comedy series on US channel G4.
Starring Sherrod Small, Doug Benson and Alex Zane.
20 x 30 min episodes

Comedy Shuffle

2008

BBC3

Co-writer of 'Super Barry' featuring Alex Lowe's 'Barry from Watford'. Series Producer - Karen Rosie.

What The F**K?!!

2007

Colour TV for Bravo

Executive Producer and Director of the late night comedy series on Bravo.
Voiced by Phil Nichol. Written by Giles Boden, Dan Evans, Alex Lowe, David Owen and Phil Nichol.
10 x 30 minute episodes.

Celebrity Soup - Series 1& 2

2006

E! Entertainment Network

Executive Producer of the UK’s version of the long running US weekly topical pop culture comedy, The Soup.
Presented by Iain Lee with writers included Andy Milligan, Giles Boden, Jason Manford, Rob Colley, Matt Kirschen, Alex Lowe, Les Keen, Dan Evans, Marc Haynes, Adam Bostock-Smith, and David Owen.
32 x 30 min episodes.

The Easy Way To Start Smoking

2006

Pilot

Producer, Director and Script Editor. Based on David Owen and George Cockerill's book of the same title, starring Justin Edwards and Lorna Watson.

Celebrity Sudoku

2006

ITV2

Co-creator of the successful participation TV format – co-owned by Colour TV with Richard Bacon and Marc Haynes.

Berlin Or Bust

2006

3 Mobile

Executive Producer for Contentment Worldwide on the nightly 2006 FIFA World Cup entertainment series for 3 Mobile. Presented by Sam Delaney with Graeme Le Saux, Les Ferdinand, and Ray Wilkins, plus celebrity football loving guests.

Flipside TV

2005

Commissioned pilots for VH1 in US

Executive Produced pilots in New York for VH1 as a co-venture with Michael Davis (Embassy Row).

Flipside TV (2003/2004)

Channel 4 / Paramount Comedy

Co-creator of format, writer, live gallery producer and executive producer.
130 episodes – 250+ hours of live television. Full details on Wikipedia.
The show featured the first appearances on Channel 4 for Justin Lee Collins, Allen Carr, Alex Zane and Modern Toss.
Colour TV are co-owners of the format, which is also represented by Duncan Hayes at United Agents.

Theatre

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The Barry From Watford "Summer Sizzler"

2011

Watford Palace Theatre

Alex Lowe's 82 year old 'Barry From Watford' takes a break from his role as Steve Wright's Lifestyle Guru on BBC Radio 2, to bring his live show to the people of his home town.

Written by Alex Lowe and Jay Pond-Jones, the show includes an update on the traditional parlour game. This is all in the faint hope that Barry can capture the imagination of Watford's youth, who live mainly on a diet of silly biscuits, while spending their time flobbing at the local bus-stop.

The Early Edition

2007

E4 Udderbelly, Edinburgh.

Writer of topical comedy material for Alex Lowe's 'Barry From Watford' character - a guest panelist on Marcus Brigstocke's daily news show during the final weekend of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Let's Talk To Barry

2006

Pleasance Theatre

Script Editor of the live show starring Alex Lowe as 'Barry From Watford' and featuring the voices of Catherine Tate and Iain Lee - first performed at the Edinburgh Festival. Produced in association with Colour TV.

Online

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Veitch 101

2016

Colour TV. Fullscreen

Executive Producer. Created by and starring James Veitch

Jack and Dean of all Trades

2016

Colour TV Fullscreen

Executive Producer.
Starring Jack Howard, Dean Dodds, and Jess Hynes

Ghost Fighting Corporation

2015

New Form Digital/ Colour TV

Executive Producer.
Starring Jack Howard, Dean Dodds and Doc Brown

Other

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Bobby Mair – Filthy Immigrant

2015

Director and Producer
Live on Periscope from Edinburgh Fringe

Doc Brown Bleeding Heart music video Comic Relief/BBC

2015

Colour TV

Director