Catch21 - Our Charity ArmCatch21 is a charitable production company set up in 2005 which trains young people to make videos and engage with their communities.Catch Creative - Our Video Production ArmCatch Creative offers a complete video production service, from Conception to Distribution.Catch EngagementCatch Engagement is the new video interaction platform from Catch21 which allows you to run a campaign using both user generated films as well as professionally shot ones which are displayed via Video 'Walls'. Catch Engagement is all about using films to build an online community - welcome to the future of video.

We shoot cutting edge videos and provide a forum to give people a voice.
Engagement. Discussion. Empowerment.



Political Threats

Published on April 21st, 2015 | by Annie Harrison

This week BBC South West has revealed its decision to exclude Cornish political party Mebyon Kernow (MK) from their own South West styled election debate which is to be held later this month. To some this [&hellip... Read More


Manifesto Madness

Published on April 17th, 2015 | by Laura Davey

Being a university student, there is no doubt that many students including myself will receive the full impact of our new elected government from 2015, with the elected party, overseeing graduation and two years of  full-time [&hellip... Read More


Power Vacuum

Published on April 17th, 2015 | by Alex Walker

York’s power vacuum Out with the old in with who? With the Sir Hugh Bayley planning to step down as MP for York Central and with the leader of York Council (James Alexander, Labour) leaving his [&hellip... Read More


The Coalition of Drinking & Politics

Published on April 15th, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

Now that the dust has somewhat settled on ITV’s 2015 leadership debate, it’s time to review what it has taught us. Normally, I would probably now be writing a 1000 word analysis of the various leaders; [&hellip... Read More


How Green will Labour go?

Published on April 8th, 2015 | by Archibald Wilson

Labour’s proposals to give control over Green Belt land to local governments could have a massive effect on the conservation areas In a recent article in the Estates Gazette, shadow minister for communities and local government, [&hellip... Read More


Nick Clegg Votes For Cornwall

Published on March 25th, 2015 | by Annie Harrison

Would Cornwall really benefit from a Cornish Assembly?   A few weeks ago it was St Piran’s Day, 24 hours dedicated to the celebration of the Cornish patron saint. Normally these festivities go mostly unnoticed by [&hellip... Read More


The Political World of Markets

Published on March 18th, 2015 | by Archibald Wilson

In my last post I looked at how people get out of St. Albans, in this, I shall look at one draw that makes people come to the city, and the local politicians commitment to that. [&hellip... Read More


Science vs. The Arts – Who Wins?

Published on March 11th, 2015 | by Annie Harrison

  On Tuesday The Guardian helpfully informed students that a creative degree could make them more employable than they may have originally thought, which is useful considering this summer’s graduates will be the first to leave [&hellip... Read More


The Tuition Fee Vote

Published on March 9th, 2015 | by Alex Walker

The tuition fee vote: Which party will win Teesside University and the nation? Labour has recently announced that it will cut tuition fees if elected. Ed Miliband has pledged that fees will be dropped down to [&hellip... Read More


Does money ‘drive’ voter’s support?

Published on March 2nd, 2015 | by Archibald Wilson

Sorting Thameslink Needs to be a Key Campaign Point in St. Albans and the Rest of the Line St. Albans’s heartbeat is the rush-hour commute to London. Every morning nearly twenty percent of the population pours [&hellip... Read More

Back to Top ↑