Science documentary about space military technology and anti-satellite weapons.
Food series presented by Jimmy Doherty, Kate Quilton and Matt Tebbut that travels the world to lift the lid on what's really in the food we eat. The series was watched by an audience of up to 2.1 million. I worked as Senior Producer managing a team of APs, researchers and directors, overseeing 10x30mins and 4x60mins episodes.
Science documentary series about the mysteries of the cosmos.
Health documentary presented by Fiona Phillips. This press release has more info about the programme. The programme was watched by 3.2million viewers on its first transmission.
Episode in science series in which Dr Helen Czerski investigates the extraordinary science behind the sounds we're familiar with and the sounds that we normally can't hear. The programme was watched by an audience of 0.7 million (live+7). This press release has more info about the programme. This is a BBC News article that I wrote about a special experiment that we set-up with scientists at the University of Leicester carrying out laser measurements on Big Ben. The story was covered by Wired Magazine, Daily Mail, The Sun, The Register, BBC Focus Magazine, EurekaAlert, PhysOrg and Telegraph.
Science documentary presented by Dr Michael Mosley. I contributed the idea of "Microbial Michael" for this documentary that Renegade Pictures was developing about antimicrobial resistance. The programme was subsequently commissioned by BBC Four with this idea at its heart. The University of Lincoln described it as a "world-first experiment". The programme has been nominated for a Grierson Award.
Science documentary presented by Dr Javid Abdelmoneim exploring Britain's relationship with alcohol. The programme was watched by an audience of 3.1 million (live+7). The feature on "Lining Your Stomach" received extensive coverage in the Daily Mail, Express, Metro, Mirror, RadioTimes and Cosmopolitan.
"Some interesting truths about Britain's drinking habits" - RadioTimes
"Sobering... but Javid has plenty of fun along the way." - Daily Mail
Science documentary presented by Professor Marcus du Sautoy exploring the wonder of algorithms and the extraordinary impact they have on our lives. The programme was a co-production with The Open University. It was broadcast as part of the BBC's Make It Digital season and watched by an audience of 0.43 million (live+7). Clips from the programme are featured in the iWonder guides, How Does Google Work? and How Do Algorithms Run My Life?. The programme was nominated for the 2016 Learning on Screen General Education Broadcast Award.
“Mesmerising... Excellent documentary.” - The Telegraph
Horizon travels to the South Pole to tell the inside story of the hunt for gravitational waves from the early universe. The programme was watched by an audience of 1.7 million (live+7). This BBC News article has more info about our incredible filming trip to the South Pole. The programme was winner of the 2015 Library Music Awards for Television Factual.
“Fascinating... It matters much more than MasterChef.” - The Guardian
Second series of the health magazine show presented by Michael Mosley, Chris van Tulleken, Gabriel Weston and Saleyha Ahsan examining the science behind the headlines. I directed the main experiments in episodes one and two - "The Big Vitamin D experiment" and "The Big Blood Pressure Experiment" - as well an item about the housework which was featured as the lead item in episode three and publicised in this article by Michael Mosley. The series was watched by an audience of up to 3.4 million (live+7) and was winner of the 2015 Banff World Media Festival Rockie Awards for best lifestyle programme.
Arts documentary presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon exploring the art of the Vikings. The programme was made in partnership with the British Museum and watched by an audience of 1.4 million (live+7).
"Lively and illuminating documentary... with a rapturous Graham-Dixon travelling across the UK and Scandinavia, unearthing examples from jewellery to stone carvings that best show the qualities of the Viking aesthetic." - The Telegraph
Health series presented by Michael Mosley, Chris van Tulleken, Gabriel Weston and Saleyha Ahsan examining the science behind the headlines. The series was watched by an audience of up to 3.8 million (live+7).
"Trust Me I'm A Doctor is brilliant." - The Guardian
Science documentary presented by David Malone exploring the concept of metamorphosis. This BBC Nature article has more info about special scans of a butterfly chrysalis that were made for the programme. It was broadcast as part of BBC Four's "Alien Nation" season and watched by an audience of 1.0 million (live +7).
"Wonderfully thought-provoking TV and exactly the kind of personal yet universal musing that BBC4 does best." - Time Out
"Once again I found myself staring straight through the end credits of a David Malone film, not knowing whether I'd been lifted up or taken apart, but enlivened by it either way." - RadioTimes
Science documentary presented by David Malone exploring the heart's role as emotional symbol and physical organ. The programme was watched by an audience of 0.5 million (live+7).
"At only an hour, this achieves some incredible things... quite a feat and absolutely fascinating" - Time Out
Episode in science series presented by Professor Mark Miodownik exploring the science of plastic. The programme was watched by an audience of 1.2 million (live+7) and was nominated for the 2013 Learning on Screen General Education Broadcast Award.
Popular magazine show covering the people, places and stories making news in the British countryside. The series was watched by an audience of up to 8.0 million. It was the 2011 TRIC Award Winner for best TV / Arts Documentary.