Mosaic North Litd

Award winning production company 
Tel: 07413 348 316

Mark WilkinsonMosaic North Ltd

After spending twelve years in social care, managing day services and media projects for adults with learning disabilities in Sheffield,Mark launched one of the first Internet TV stations in the UK, DVTV. At this time, Mark also established himself as a documentary filmmaker. He created many successful documentaries for Channel 4 and BBC including News items for ITN and Channel 4. In 2004, Mark was commissioned to make the flagship documentary for BBC ’s series ‘You Me and Cancer’. Following on from this, he went on to make a 45min programme for BBC 1’s ‘One Life’ called ‘To Courtney With Love and won the prestigious RTS (Royal Television Society) award. Following these two films, Mark went on to establish Mosaic North Ltd and in 2005, and in 2012, where he acts as the Managing Director and Project Director.

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Some films from Mosaic North Ltd

Mosaic north Ltd has created many successful and award winning
projects and films.

To Courtney With Love BBC 1
Made for OneLife BBC 1 and won a RTS Award

You Me and Cancer BBC 
Flag ship doc for You Me and Cancer Series BBC

Royal Albert Hall Back Stage with Ed Sheeran

Other People (Drama)


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TV Cancer Support is a project for teenagers and young adults who have been affected by cancer. Using all aspects of media it enables young people to explore and express their feelings, and make some sense of their very personal journeys from diagnosis onwards.

Teen Cancer America (130 films)

Teen Cancer America partners with hospitals throughout the United States to develop specialised facilities and services for teens and young adults with cancer. We build teen friendly environments, enhancing the hospital experience. We develop standards for age-targeted care, improve collaboration between paediatric and adult specialists and enable dedicated research to improve outcomes and survival for our young people.

Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust (53 films)

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Teenage Cancer Trust (453 films)

A charity devoted to improving the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer. Films from previous Find Your Sense of Tumours, Royal Albert Hall music workshops, Teenage Cancer Trust unit openings and many more Teenage Cancer Trust based films.Visit

Professionals (283 films)

Our professional section covers a wide range of topics taken from previous TYAC & CCLG meetings. If you require access to these films or wish to discuss an event being filmed please contact

Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) (5 films)

A charity offering life-long support for anyone who has been affected by the childhood eye cancer retinoblastoma (also known as Rb). Films made by members of the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust who have been affected by this condition. For more information on Rb, including signs and symptoms, late effects, support available and the work of the charity, please visit their website

HeadSpace (158 films)

Films made by young people affected by a brain tumour diagnosis.

Friends & Family (46 films)

Films that are based around how cancer has impacted on the relationships between friends and family members.

Redkite (19 films)

Redkite supports Australians with cancer aged 24 and under, and their families. offers you the opportunity to explore wards within Leeds Children's Hospital , as well as get an understanding of procedures you may have to have whilst on treatment. Films offer the opportunity to understand how some treatments may affect you and your family, give an insight into what your time in hospital could be like, or even offer practical instructions with simple procedures you may need to carry out at home. You will be able to learn about some of the staff you may meet in hospital or on treatment. There are also films to help with the transition from children's services to adult services.

Leeds Children's Hospital Charity

Supporting Leeds Teaching Hospitals to make a real difference for patients, families and staff.

This channel is made possible by funding from Leeds Hospitals Charity and they have funded the project from the beginning. App is free to download

A mix of music chat shows and Information for you to listen to 24 hours a day on your phone or tablet.

Please contact Mark Wilkinson on 07413 348 316