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Imagine – The Saatchi Phenomenon

Opening film to launch Alan Yentob’s new arts strand on BBC1.
Executive Producer; Mark Harrison.
June 2003


Britart

A series of three 50 minute films documenting the London artscene of the 1990s. Commissioned for the launch of BBC4 by Roly Keating and co-commissioned by BBC2.
Executive producer; Keith Alexander.
March 2002


Stand Up with Alan Davies

A series of three 50 minute films for BBC1 about stand-up comedy.  With Ken Dodd, Bob Monkhouse, Victoria Wood, Harry Hill, Bernard Manning, Eddie Izzard, Jasper Carrott, Jo Brand, Dave Allen and Jasper Carrott.
Executive Producer; Nicholas Rossiter. 
June 2000


Bookmark - Mervyn Peake

A biography of the author of the Gormenghast Trilogy for BBC2.
Executive Producer; Roger Thompson
July 1998


TX - Two Melons and a Stinking Fish

A film about artist Sarah Lucas and the contemporary art world. Made through Illuminations for BBC2 and the Arts Council.  The first long-form documentary made for the BBC to be self-shot on DV.
Executive Producer; John Wyver. 
November 1996


I'm Not Like Everybody Else - The World Of Ray Davies and the Kinks

A one hour profile of the man and his music for BBC2.
Executive Producer; Mark Cooper.
December 1995


Bookmark - The Ordinary Madness of Charles Bukowski

A film about the self-styled dirty old man of American writing for BBC2. 50 minute documentary on 16 and 8mm film.
Executive Producer; Roly Keating.
March 1995


Kristallnacht

A 10 minute film for BBC2's BERLIN SEASON to commemorate the 1938 Nazi pogrom against the Jews.
Executive Producer; Janice Hadlow.
November 1994


Broken Lives

A 50 minute drama-documentary for BBC2 about the difficulty of getting divorced in the eighteenth century.  With Douglas Hodge, Lynsey Baxter, Maggie Steed.  Adapted by Louise Page from the work of historian Lawrence Stone. 
Executive Producer; Janice Hadlow.
March 1994


Croydon - A Late Show Special

Taking a humorous look at the redesign of Croydon's highrise 1960s downtown for BBC2.
Executive Producers; Janice Hadlow and Mike Poole.
September 1993


Georgia O'Keeffe - A Late Show Special

A profile of the artist's life and work for BBC2. Also screened at the Hayward Gallery. Presenter; Matthew Collings.
Executive Producer; Janice Hadlow.
April 1993


Philip Hedley on arts funding - A Late Show Special

A polemic about government funding for the arts for BBC2.
Executive Producer; Roly Keating.
February 1993


The Cultural Boycott - A Late Show Special

A film made in Johannesburg for BBC2, evaluating the success of a unique political experiment.
Executive producer; Roly Keating.
May 1993


The Grove Family

A 30 minute drama-documentary for BBC2 about Britain's first ever soap opera. Cast including Lesley Grantham, Sue Johnston, Nick Berry, Anna Wing.
Executive Producer; Michael Jackson.
August 1991


Short films produced and directed in New York in 1991-2 for the American Late Show, a BBC co-production with Channel 13-WNET

Merce Cunningham choreographing by computer.
Buck Henry at the inauguration of the Reagan Museum.
The Education of Little Tree; the story of a Klan member passing himself off as a Native American.
Baby Jazz; a new generation play bebop.
The oeuvre of Woody Allen assessed by Elvis Mitchell.
Merrill Markoe on dating games.


Short films produced and directed for The Late Show on BBC2 1989 – 1991

Mel Brooks interviewed in comic set-ups by Alan Yentob.
Seeing in the Dark - Super 8 mini-dramas illustrating surreal scenarios from artist Ian Breakwell's anthology.
The Human Face at the Fondation Cartier in Paris - a new style of curating, presented by Matthew Collings.
The advent of racially integrated advertising in South Africa.
The anniversary of the media ban on Sinn Fein, presented by Eamonn McCann.
Prisoner Cell Block H - the cult explored by Kathy Lette.
Nicholson Baker interviewed with dramatized extracts from The Mezzanine and Room Temperature.
Comme Des Garcons - Rei Kawakubo at the Paris pret-a-porter show.