Greg Gettens

Head of Broadcast Factual Sound


Greg is highly regarded in the factual community as one of the best Dubbing Mixers in the country. Having spent seven years as the Head of Audio at Clear Cut Pictures, Greg worked on multiple series for Nutpoia, Raw TV, Arrow Media, Darlow Smithson, Films of Record and the BBC.

Greg is a four-time RTS Award winner for 'Best Sound' and is one of only a handful of mixers to pick up the award in both the factual and drama sound categories.

His recent credits include Ursula Macfarlane's Untouchable, which had it's world premiere at The Sundance Film Festival, HBO Original The Hunt For Jihadi John directed by acclaimed director Anthony Wonke and David Bowie - Finding Fame, which concludes Francis Whately's David Bowie Trilogy.


CAS Awards 2020 'Television Non-Fiction, Variety or Music Series or Specials' for David Bowie: Finding Fame (Won)

MPSE Golden Reel Award 2020 'Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Non-Theatrical Documentary’ for This is Football (Nominated)

RTS Awards 2019 ‘Sound – Entertainment & Non Drama’ for Married to a Paedophile (Won)

Broadcast TECH Innovation Awards 2019 'Best Audio Post Production' for Married to a Paedophile (Won)

RTS Awards 2018 'Best Sound - Entertainment & Non-Drama' for Retreat: Meditations from a Monastery (Won)

RTS Awards 2016 'Best Sound - Factual' for Charlie Hebdo: Three Days that shook Paris (Won)

RTS Awards 2013 'Best Sound - Drama' for D-Day: The Last Heroes (Won)

"Greg's outstanding attention to detail, meticulous sound engineering, dubbing and mixing undeniably helped make Films of Record's More 4, "Charlie Hebdo the 3 Days That Shook Paris",  an award winning documentary. The director Ursula MacFarlane could not have sung his praises highly enough. He is a star."
Neil Grant