Meet The Panel
To be awarded to the person who has shown excellence in the use of creative technology to support the production of TV content
Ciarán Doran (Rohde & Schwarz)
Lyndsay Duthie (The Production Guild of Great Britain)
Josh Martin (Take 1 Script Services)
Kimberley Rowell (BBC Three and BBC News)
Gemma Steel (NEP UK)
In this RTS workshop, Kriss Hampton-Joyce, Product Specialist from Holdan, explores the various solutions that make life easier for remote production workflows, cloud-based audio/video management and internet/local network streaming.
What does the job involve?
I’m part of a production’s creative team. After reading the script, I pitch my ideas for locations to the writer, producer and director, bringing my knowledge of what an area can offer. Ideally, I like to start as early as possible to have the greatest creative influence – with Little Door’s recent drama for BBC One The Pact, I was involved three months before shooting began.
Do you work alone?
MediaCity in Salford, Greater Manchester, began its rapid expansion into a world-leading TV production centre 10 years ago, when BBC staff moved in soon after Dock 10 launched its new studios and post-production business.
Back in 2007, when Salford City Council and the Peel Group won their joint bid to house the BBC’s new northern base, I received a call from a very animated Felicity Goodey, the main visionary behind the project.
RTS NETB explores how teams got creative to keep dramas and soaps such as Vera and Emmerdale in production during lockdown.
The “Covid – creativity in a Crisis” panel includes Emmerdale director Ian Bevitt, Danny & Mick production co-ordinator Victoria Griffin, Teesside-based independent producer Matt McGough (Ithica Films) and Fahima Chowdhury, Line Producer for Vera.
Jane Millichip: Chief Creative Officer, Sky Studios
Wayne Garvie: President of International Production, Sony Pictures International
Seetha Kumar: CEO ScreenSkills
Roger Morris: MD Elstree Studios
Fast-tracking new and diverse talent into a variety of roles, the scheme will offer year-long contracts to successful candidates as well as mentoring and training.
The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols from Kings College, Cambridge, was first held on Christmas Eve 1918. Its fame grew after the service was heard on radio in 1928 and, with the exception of 1930, it has been broadcast at home and abroad ever since. In 1954 Christmas Carols from Kings was televised on Christmas Day as part of a live exchange of programmes with other countries with Midnight Mass coming from Paris on Christmas Eve and Winter Games from Switzerland on Boxing Day.