Tuesday 21 May 2013
Charlotte Moore is the BBC Commissioning Editor for Documentaries, commissioning from both in-house and independent production companies across BBC One, Two, Three and Four.
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 Lagos Airport (Channel 4), Great Britons: Churchill (BBC Two) and the RTS award-winning series Living With Cancer (BBC One).
She became head of documentaries at IWC Media, responsible for films such as the BBC Two Emmy award-winning Stephen Fry's Secret Life Of The Manic Depressive, the BBC Three series Eighteen With A Bullet, Channel 4's Help Me Help My Child and for three years she ran Channel 4's new talent strand The Other Side.
Four years ago, Charlotte came to work at the BBC as a Commissioning Executive for Documentaries under Richard Klein.
Taking up the post of Commissioning Editor for Documentaries in 2009, she is now responsible for a broad range of documentary titles, from this year's RTS award-winning titles Famous Rich And Homeless and Wounded to Jobless and When A Mother's Love Is Not Enough, Lambing Live, The Choir: Unsung Town, Terry Pratchett's Living With Alzheimers, Why Did You Kill My Dad, Mud Sweat And Tractors, Zimbabwe's Forgotten Children, Murder On The Lake, Cannabis: Britain's Secret Farms and The Autistic Me.
She commissions long-form observational documentary; constructed and presenter-led documentary, drama documentary and documentary singles and series.
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