CASUALTY: IF YOU GO DOWN TO THE WARDS TODAY & ON THE EDGE: Long running medical drama series for BBC1
FAMILY AFFAIRS: Long running family drama series for Channel 5, number of episodes.
PIG HEART BOY: 110' television film and six part drama serial about a young boy struggling with possible death and an unusual heart transplant(1999). Winner of BAFTA for Best Children's Drama & Prix Danube Jury Prize; selected for The Chicago International Film Festival; nominated for Royal Television Society Awards, the Broadcast Awards and the Race Awareness in the Media Awards 2000. See all six eps on YOUTUBE with CBBC classics.
THE EXPLORATORY: Science issue multi-film camera debates for BBC Science Features transmitted in the Late Show slot.
999: Crime and disaster reconstruction programme presented by Michael Burke (1996)
CHECKOUT SPECIALS: A series of 30' films on current affairs topics, including a special on perfume filmed in France and a film about medical negligence which was successful in winning a large claim for the injured party.
THE PULSE: A series of 30' medical current affairs programmes for Channel 4. Topics included childbirth and the use of computer assisted diagnostics.
THE V-WORD: 15' promotional films for various voluntary organisations for BBC (1993). Nominated for an RTS Award for Best Documentary Series 1993.
THIRD AGE: A series of 30' documentaries about the elderly, including a film about dating in your sixties! (1993)
WHAT SHALL WE TELL THE CHILDREN?: 6 x 30 minute mixed documentary and dramas about sex education (1992). Winner of the BMA Silver Medal 1992.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS: 2 x 50' films about the history of women in the arts and in medicine.
CRIMEWATCH: Assistant Producer on the BBC's crime-stopping show.
Worked and trained in script development and editing. Initially trained in editing and research at the BBC.
BRAMWELL: Victorian period medical drama shot on super 16mm for Carlton.
GRANGE HILL: Four episodes of the cult children's series for CBBC
LONDON BRIDGE: Long running family drama series, director on number of episodes including the re-launch specials. Carlton
THE BILL: Four episodes of the police action drama for Thames, with actors Lesley Philips, Tom Hollander and Ian Reddington.
THE POETRY OF WAR, POETRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT, POETRY OF LOVE: Three part period drama series for the BBC about poets. Winner of an RTS Award for Best Children's Drama Series Starring Sam West, Tom Hollander and Alex Jennings.
SCENE: Producer on half an hour teenage drama strand. Winner of RTS Award
WHAT SHALL WE TELL THE CHILDREN: 6 part children's drama documentary for the BBC about sex and relationships. Winner of the BMA silver medal.
MATISSE'S WOMEN: Director of a one woman show starring RSC actress Sally George telling Matisse’s life story through the eye’s of his mistresses. This premiered at the King's Head Theatre and then opened in Edinburgh under Richard de Marco before transferring to the New End Theatre in Hampstead
A POEM FOR MONICA: A one woman show starring Sally George, about Philip Larkin's mistress and their relationship. Produced for the Larkin Festival
THE SAME BOAT: A one woman show for the Dylan Thomas festival about Caitlin Thomas and starring Sally George (2008/9). Being adapted for film as Love Somehow