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CAREER STORIES

16/11/2022

Yasmina McNabb

Assistant Producer

Being a working mother in television is definitely not easy..

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07/10/2022

Mike Blair

Head of Documentaries & Current Affairs

TV is a privilege. It allows you into places and other people’s lives in a way no other job can or does..

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01/07/2022

Ian Homans-Clark

Line Producer

I have been incredibly lucky to travel across the world, and worked with so many unbelievably talented people..

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01/07/2022

Jane Smith

Head of Production

I fell into TV 40 odd years ago when I was 18 (no degree here)..

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03/06/2022

David Leach

Development Producer

My guilty pleasure is sitting under a blanket with a pot of tea and a McDonalds' and watching an entire week's worth of Four in a Bed..

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05/05/2022

Ros Malthouse

TALENT EXECUTIVE

This year we came second in Broadcast’s Best Places to Work survey..

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08/04/2022

Ana de Moraes

Chief Creative Officer

The most surreal moment was having a chat with Kanye West’s manager on the phone while my 2 year old was running around me in the Transport Museum...

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04/03/2022

Sarah Bishop Fenn

Production Manager

I think TV is one big learning curve, there is never a time when I think I know it all..

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04/02/2022

Monica-Leigh Fourie

Production Coordinator

You don't need a film or tv degree to get into this industry..

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04/01/2022

Dinkesh Miesuria

Series Producer / Series Director

I got my first break whilst at the University of Manchester, where I pitched two half hour documentaries to ITV Granada and they were both commissioned and then the rest is history..

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03/12/2021

Ruth Fadairo

Trainee Researcher

The biggest hurdle for me was finding a job in Television due to working in the NHS the entirety of my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. I felt as though a lot of companies did not want to take me on as they didn’t believe I had enough experience..

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22/02/2021

Amber Delaney-Baird

Researcher

Growing up I was obsessed with telly and used to watch everything under the sun, from World's Strictest Parents to serial killer docs and Nollywood movies, however I never really considered it a viable career option and so initially chose to study law at uni..

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27/07/2021

Stephanie Lyons

Production Secretary

Working in TV is a second career for me, having spent 10 years working in hospitality.  So moving industries from a senior role in Hospitality to a junior, entry level role in TV was something I feared would be challenging for many reasons.  However the transition was a lot easier than anticipated and working in talent at Multistory Media gave me the opportunity to have a varied experience across different productions..

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02/04/2021

Jo Auston

Production Executive

I went to stage school when I was a youngster and took part in Musicals, other stage productions, fashion shows and also did some TV work. I remember being a regular ‘extra’ for YTV shows like Emmerdale, A Touch of Frost, At Home with the Braithwaites..

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22/02/2021

Cassandra Kyeyune

Researcher

Growing up I was obsessed with telly and used to watch everything under the sun, from World's Strictest Parents to serial killer docs and Nollywood movies, however I never really considered it a viable career option and so initially chose to study law at uni..

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01/12/2020

Joshua Dennison-Dobie

Department Production Runner

Since the age of 6 I was involved in theatre. I have also experienced life in front of a camera, to some degree. A-levels were a turning point, as I took a keen interest in television and film production, excelling in my studies...

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