Set designers design and create the setting for a television, theatre or film production.
Media researchers support producers by finding information, people and places for television or radio programmes.
Leather technologists prepare, treat and finish leather to make it ready for manufacturing.
Knitters produce garments, soft furnishings and accessories by hand and on knitting machines.
TV and film producers look after the business side of productions.
Clothing pressers use steam irons and vacuum presses to shape garments and remove, or add, creases.
TV and film directors lead the creative and technical production for cinema and television.
Clothing alteration hands adjust and repair garments and clothes.
Computer games testers play computer games to check they work properly. They find and record problems or bugs.
Professional footballers play for their club or national team, travelling around the UK and abroad.
Assistant directors support directors by organising and planning everything on TV or film sets.
Textiles production managers look after all stages of textile manufacturing.
Screenwriters write the stories for feature films, TV programmes and computer games.
Garment technologists choose the right fabrics and designs for manufacturers to make clothes at a set cost.
Textile designers create fabric designs and patterns for woven, knitted and printed materials for clothes or interior furnishings.
TV presenters work in television, introducing and hosting programmes, interviewing people and reporting on issues and events.