Production / Television


The role of producer is a complex one. From driving the creative process, to dealing with logistics, budgeting, staffing and management, this section dissects the many elements and skills needed.

Getting into drama: producer

What does it take to be a drama producer on productions like Call the Midwife? Hugh Warren on making the decisions for big budget drama

Brothers With No Game: from web to screen

A great place to show what you can do on a channel looking for raw new talent – we tell the story of the journey of hit YouTube and London Live comedy drama Brothers With No Game.

Funmi Olutoye: planning producer, London Live

Having a head full of ideas, contacts at your fingertips and an encyclopaedic knowledge of the capital are essential for Funmi Olutoye's role at London Live. She talks about working for London's local TV station.

An audience with Simon Chinn

The acclaimed producer of the award-winning Man on Wire talks about his film Project Nim.

Him & Her

Writer Stefan Golaszewski and producer Kenton Allen talk about of their hugely successful 'anti-romantic comedy' for BBC Three starring Russell Tovey and Sarah Solemani.

Strictly Come Dancing

Eleven series and counting, but what makes it so successful? We discuss the magic of Strictly Come Dancing and It Takes Two on television and online.

Creating beauty on a budget

Making beautiful TV on a budget - three producers examine how to maintain levels of production but on less time and money.

Making Never Mind the Buzzcocks

The secrets of Never Mind the Buzzcocks. Series editor Dave Morley and series producer James Longman on the process of getting the panel show on air each week.

Groomed for Sex

We meet the team behind the BBC Three documentary which examined the controversial subject of sexual grooming cases involving Pakistani men.