THE EXPLORATORY: Producer and Director on science issue multi-film camera debates for BBC Science Features transmitted in the Late Show slot.
999: Producer/Director on a crime and disaster reconstruction programme presented by Michael Burke. Reconstructed various rescues and disasters including a house fire (1996)
CHECKOUT SPECIALS: Producer/Director on a series of 30' current affairs investigative programmes including a special on perfume manufacture filmed in France and the haute couture houses, and a film about medical negligence which was successful in winning a large claim for the seriously medically injured person.
THE PULSE: Producer/Director on a series of 30' medical current affairs programmes for Channel 4. Topics included childbirth and the use of computer assisted diagnostics.
THE V-WORD: Producer/Director on a series of 15' promotional films for voluntary organisations for BBC (1993). Included directing large disasters and reconstructing lifeboat rescues off the coast of Scotland. Took Craig Charles to film in Egypt, nearly lost Gary Glitters wig on a tall ship and worked with Letitia Dean on a train crash reconstruction. Nominated for an RTS Award for Best Documentary Series 1993.
THIRD AGE: A series of 30' fly on the wall documentaries about the elderly, including a film about dating in your sixties! (1993)
WHAT SHALL WE TELL THE CHILDREN?: 6 x 30 minute drama-documentary and animation 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. She originally trained in film-editing, track laying and then research at the BBC. In addition, Kate edited her short film What Happened to Evie