In Conversation with Patrick Holland, Controller, BBC Two

In Conversation with Patrick Holland, Controller, BBC Two

Tuesday, 1 October, 2019
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Patrick Holland will be in Bristol on 1st October to share his commissioning priorities with producers, 6.30-8pm, Everyman Cinema.

 

Patrick Holland joined BBC Two in July 2016 and has overseen a reinvigoration of the channel, launching a range of ambitious new shows with a variety of voices and powerful storytelling.

Recent successes include big scale factual entertainment show Race Against the World, documentary series Forensics: The Real CSI, The MisAdventures of Romesh Ranganathan and scripted content MotherFatherSon and Defending the Guilty.

Holland is keen to tell the stories that reflect the diversity of modern Britain and is committed to commissioning more regional indies.

He will share his ambitions for BBC Two, including how to showcase the channel brand in an iPlayer world and discuss ongoing opportunities for producers across a range of genres.

Prior to this role, Patrick was Head of Commissioning, Documentaries, BBC and before joining the BBC, he was MD of one of the UK’s biggest factual indies, Boundless.

Hostedy by Lynn Barlow, Chair of RTS West of England

RTS Members free

Non RTS Members, £6.50

Includes a complimentary drink after the session

Doors open 6.15pm

Session will run from 6.30-8pm

Networking drinks in the bar afterwards, 8-9pm

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Patrick Holland will be in Bristol on 1st October to share his commissioning priorities with producers, 6.30-8pm, Everyman Cinema.