Paradine Productions was founded by the late Sir David Frost in 1961, while he was still at Cambridge University. The vehicle he would use for all his broadcasting exploits both on camera and off for the next half a century, it owns rights in his vast array of television interviews with an unmatched list of guests from the worlds of politics, entertainment, sport and culture; his productions like AT LAST THE 1948 SHOW, HOW TO IRRITATE PEOPLE, THE RISE OF MICHAEL RIMMER, LEADBELLY, and many more; and television formats like THROUGH THE KEYHOLE.

Today, Paradine is run by his son Wilfred Frost, who is also a broadcaster, for Sky News, CNBC and NBC News.