Heston Blumenthal uses his maverick culinary genius to dramatically re-invent food production at British Airways, the NHS, the Royal Navy and Cineworld Cinemas (more...)
Series Editor: Genius of Britain (IWC Media 2010) A five part history of British science presented by Stephen Hawking, Richard Dawkins, David Attenborough, James Dyson, Robert Winston, Jim Al-Khalili and Kathy Sykes. Commissioned by David Glover. [more... ]
“An intelligent but accessible account of the lives of men and women who had shaped the course of history” The Guardian [more...]
“Brilliant...this smart, tightly scripted production does a fine job celebrating British ingenuity. More please” Times
“Utterly splendid” Observer [more...]
“Compelling and educational” The Daily Mail
“Impressive...fascinating” The Independent
Senior Producer: The Guantanamo Guidebook (Twenty Twenty TV 2004). Combining reality show techniques with current affairs, this hard-hitting film subjects seven members of the British public to the Guantanamo experience. Commissioned by Dorothy Byrne. [more...]
Nominated for an RTS award.
“Brilliant and disturbing... important TV impeccably executed” Observer [more... ]
“An impeccable exercise in liberal journalism” Guardian [more... ]
Series Producer: Torso in the Thames: Adam's Story and The Hunt for Adam's Killers (3BM TV 2004). Two observational documentaries following the police investigation into the murder of the boy 'Adam'. Executive Producer - Dan Korn. [more...]
Nominated for an Indie Award for Best Science Series.
Series Producer: Travels with a Gringo (Mentorn 2003) Video diarist Sean Langan explores the effects of globalisation in South America. Executive producer: Alan Hayling. [more...]
“A phenomenal show. Moving, provocative, real...” Think TV
Producer/Director: Secrets of the Dead – Mystery of the Black Death (Tigress 2003) Dr Stephen O'Brien explores the theory that a genetic mutation may have protected some of our ancestors from the plague. Commissioning Editor - Dan Chambers. [more...]
Winner Cine Golden Eagle Award.
“An enormously satisfying documentary and one of which the makers should be proud. Some science or history documentaries feel as if they have had a "detective story" narrative forced upon them like a scold's bridle, but The Mystery of the Black Death did not. That it managed to combine tricky science and very human stories ...was no mean feat.” The Guardian
Producer/Director: Dispatches - Fit to Eat ( Shine 2003) An undercover investigation into NHS hospital food prepared at Tillery Valley Foods in Wales. Factory staff are caught on camera flouting food hygiene regulations. Executive Producer: Paul Hamann.
Researcher: After Dark (Open Media 1990 - 91) Controversial late night talk show which broke all the rules of broadcasting. The programme was live and had no end time, going on for as long as the discussion lasted, often into the small hours of the morning. [more... ]
“One of the most inspired and effective uses of airtime yet devised” The Guardian
“After Dark was one of the great television talk formats of all time - in many ways it anticipated the open-ended character of today's reality TV, but with the added attraction of real content and genuinely interesting people.” Roly Keating, BBC
Series Producer: How Facebook Changed The World (BBC TWO, 2011)
Mishal Husain explores the technology behind the Arab Spring [more...]
“An absolutely gripping story...razor sharp” The Mirror [more...]
“Fascinating and moving” The Independent [more...]
“A joy” The Guardian [more...]
Executive Producer: Start Your Own School (BBC TWO, 2010)
Toby Young, the journalist and author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, is leading a group of middle class parents attempting to set up one of Britain's first 'free schools', in west London. His determination to be the first means an ambitious deadline and an enormous amount of work to do, against fierce opposition. The film follows the group's trials and tribulations over a turbulent nine months and gives a glimpse into a world where no-one can escape that very English subject of class.
Toby teaches his son Latin
“A gripping story” The Guardian [more...]
Series Producer: Private Investigations (1999 – 2000) Members of the public are given video cameras to pursue their own investigations. Executive Producer: Debbie Christie
Producer/Director: Correspondent (1997) Orla Guerin reports on a baby kidnapping ring which operated in Greece during the civil war.
Producer/Director: Here & Now (1995-1996) Staff producer for three series of factual magazine show, presented by Sue Lawley. Editor: Paul Woolwich
Assistant Producer: Panorama (1993-1994) BBC's flagship current affairs programme working with Tom Mangold and Jane Corbin. Editor: Steve Hewlett
Assistant Producer: Everyman - Just Deserts (1992) Two films made for the BBC's Crime and Punishment series exploring the history and psychology of punishment. Editor: John Blake
The Big Story (Twenty Twenty TV 1994 - 95) Staff producer for three series of current affairs show presented by Dermot Murnaghan. Series Editor: Simon Berthon [more...]
Edit Producer: Who Framed Jesus? (Renegade Pictures 2010) Two hour special to be shown on Easter Sunday re-examining the events of the Passion week in the light of historical evidence. Executive Producer : Alan Hayling.
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Series Producer: Seconds from Disaster (DarlowSmithson 2006) This series uses advanced CGI, archival footage, forensic evidence, dramatic eyewitness accounts and expert testimony to deconstruct the chain of events leading to some of the world's most infamous disasters. Executive Producer : Ben Bowie. [more...]
Edit Producer: True Stories (Blink Films 2008) The true stories behind iconic movies and movie characters: Was James Bond really Ian Fleming? Was Indiana Jones inspired by an American adventurer or a German Grail Hunter? What really happened in the Amityville Horror House? Executive Producer: Dan Chambers