October (6 posts)
Monday 29 October 2012, 16:30
It's safe to say that making Operation Iceberg was not easy. And because of the scale of the expedition if things went awry... they could really go awry.
Operation Iceberg is a two part series on - you've guessed it - icebergs.
Monday 22 October 2012, 11:00
America is the world leader in locking people up. Today in the land of the free there are more prisoners per head than anywhere else in the world.
So back in July our TV development team thought that if we could get access, a women's prison could be a fascinating place for Stacey Dooley's next documentary...
Wednesday 17 October 2012, 11:00
Chance, risk, uncertainty, luck - call it what you will - affects every part of our lives.
And so when BBC Four commissioned our programme Tails You Win: The Science Of Chance there was a huge range of possible themes to explore, from gambling to natural disasters, extreme sports to collapsing economies...
Thursday 11 October 2012, 18:08
Tom asked me out at school today, and no, we're not 10 we're 40 (ish) which makes the whole asking me out in the playground awkward. Everyone looking.
Fran said I should be thrilled about a date with the school's do-able Dad. I mean, the last date I went on was... well it was with... it can't be...
Thursday 4 October 2012, 11:00
My career has been most closely associated with science fiction, which is no surprise given the years I spent writing and producing The X-Files TV series and feature films.
But for Hunted, the new series I created for the BBC, I've moved away from science fiction to the spy genre, which is my favourite...
Tuesday 2 October 2012, 10:30
Aerial shoots, computer-generated reconstructions and a top news presenter in demand: the making of epic BBC Two history series, The Story Of Wales.