Ade Rawcliffe runs the Creative Diversity team at Channel 4 where her role is to drive Channel 4’s 360°Diversity Charter through the organisation, including the Rio 2016 Paralympics. 2016 is Channel 4’s Year of Disability and Ade and her team have been responsible for doubling the number of disabled people […]
Alexis Kennedy founded Failbetter Games, where he made Fallen London and Sunless Sea among other things. He now does guest-writing gigs for clients like BioWare and Paradox, and makes his own games at www.weatherfactory.biz.
Alison Millar is a highly regarded producer/director and was one of the first selected producers to complete the BBC’s Executive Producer course in 2004. Since forming Erica Starling Productions in 2010, the award-winning independent production company has gained a reputation for world-class documentary filmmaking such as the BAFTA award winning The Shame […]
I’m a Development Producer working across BBC Rewind (which liberates the BBC archive) and BBC Connected Studio. Over the last 10 years I’ve worked in various other parts of the BBC, with a grounding first in music & arts radio production across various stations. After that I moved into the […]
For the past 25 years in the media industry I have helped content creators deliver their stories and ideas, whether a producer, production company, post house or a broadcaster, I have helped them navigate through the huge technical choices available, to create workflows that make the creative process more efficient. […]
Campbell Glennie is Director of Talent Schemes, the charitable arm of the Edinburgh International Television Festival. He is responsible for The Network and Ones to Watch, two schemes designed to develop new and emerging talent across the television industry and is a member of the Royal Television Society’s Education Committee. […]
Charles Cecil MBE has been a key figure in the Interactive Entertainment Industry for over 30 years. Founder of Revolution Software, today one of the world’s leading adventure game companies, Charles has created numerous narrative-driven games including the multi-million selling Broken Sword series. Charles has worked on titles as diverse […]
On 6th July 2016, a new senior leadership team was announced and Charlotte Moore became Director of BBC Content, and while remaining Controller of BBC One. She is responsible for the creative vision across the portfolio of channels, BBC iPlayer and genres. She also takes on oversight of BBC Sport. Previously, […]
Controller, BBC Three Damian has responsibility for reinventing the BBC’s youth brand after it became the first TV channel in the world to move online in February 2016. This includes strategy, product development and all commissioning across Drama, Comedy, Documentaries and Current Affairs in long and short form video and […]
Dan has 10 years’ experience in digital marketing and has delivered digital training sessions across the UK with the BBC Academy. He previously managed short-form strategies for Greater Manchester Police and London 2012 and launched BBC Children’s YouTube channel – achieving 1 million views in the first month.