As Controller, Charlotte is responsible for the network's strategy, the ideas that are developed and all programmes that are commissioned for transmission on BBC One, both on television and online.
BBC One is our flagship service with some of the country's most popular shows including Great British Bake Off, Strictly Come Dancing, Mrs Brown’s Boys, Sherlock and Doctor Who.
In 2013 BBC One was watched by 74.9% of the UK population each week.
Last updated May 2014
Charlotte has been Controller of BBC One since June 2013.
Under her leadership, BBC One has enhanced its position as the nation’s most popular TV channel, watched by more than 40 million viewers and reaching over 73% of the population on average each week. In 2014 it was the only terrestrial channel to significantly increase its share with 21.9% - the highest in eight years, with Q1 (1 Jan to 31 March 2015) seeing its best start to the year in a decade.
BBC One provides a range of distinctive, high quality programmes that feel relevant and reflect the diversity of modern Britain. It plays a vital role in bringing the nation together and both shaping and sparking the national conversation with unmissable programmes and extraordinary live events. Charlotte’s ambition is to innovate within the mainstream by creating hits for the future, whilst ensuring much-loved long-running shows feel fresh and in touch with the audience. Over the last two years, BBC One has taken risks and pushed boundaries with new dramas Happy Valley, The Missing, and the Baby P documentary. She has successfully launched new factual strands, while ensuring its returning shows are at the top of their game. BBC One was the winner of the 2015 Broadcast Channel of the Year and is the most nominated channel at this year’s BAFTA TV Awards.
Charlotte spent the early part of 2013 as Acting Controller of BBC Daytime Television. Prior to that she was the BBC’s Commissioning Editor of Documentaries since 2009, where she was responsible for strategy and commissioning for in-house and independents across all four channels. Charlotte transformed the genre to produce a huge breadth of original programming, seeking out the best talent to bring the most compelling and inspiring documentary content to a broad audience - from Bafta-winning titles Protecting Our Children, 7/7 One Day In London, Between Life And Death, The Great British Bake Off, Terry Pratchett’s Choosing To Die, The Choir and Welcome To Lagos to hit series like Inside Claridges, The Call Centre, Lambing Live and The Tube.
Charlotte was instrumental in driving success; from distinctive, channel-defining hits underpinned by public service values to innovative programming that pushes boundaries and an unprecedented number of award-winning films. In 2012, she took on the additional role of Commissioning Editor for Knowledge on BBC Three responsible for formats and specialist factual on the channel, including Our War and the upcoming Mental Health Season It’s A Mad World.
She joined the BBC in 2006 as Commissioning Executive for Documentaries. Prior to joining the BBC, Charlotte was Director of Contemporary Factual at IWC Media, focusing on high-profile contemporary narrative documentaries and series for all the major UK channels, including BBC Two’s landmark series Stephen Fry: The Secret Life Of A Manic Depressive.
Charlotte started at Ideal World Productions in 2002 as a series producer and then became Head of Documentaries. Her career began travelling to remote corners of the world to make films about cannibals, disappearing tribes and stolen art. As a producer/director, Charlotte’s credits include award-winning series for BBC One, Living With Cancer, Lagos Airport (Channel 4) and Great Britons: Churchill (BBC Two).
Salary and total remuneration
Total remuneration: £268,800
These details were last updated in December 2014 when Charlotte Moore's salary and remuneration were last adjusted. This information is correct as of April 2015.
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