is a BAFTA winning journalist and producer/director with 20 years experience in television current affairs, documentary and factual programming. She then spent seven years as a Director of Communications in the NHS and higher education. She dislikes fluffy “candy floss” PR, big and bright on the outside but nothing there when you bite into it and believes that the best way to promote an organisation is by telling true stories about its people and achievements. What motivates her is curiosity and the desire to give people a voice.
Alison’s broadcast credit’s include:
Death on the Rock (ITV), When Michael Portillo became a Single Mum (BBC2), My Week in the Real World, Westminster’s Secret Service (BBC2), Europe Express (Ch4), Biteback (BBC1), Norland Nannies (Ch4), Children Behaving Badly (Ch5), Dispatches (Ch4), Public Eye (BBC2)
spent 25 years as a film and video editor working for the BBC and independent production companies before retraining as a camera operator and sound recordist. She has a lifelong passion for sustainability and a particular interest in eco construction. For the past five years Frances has been producing short videos, with a focus on low carbon building and sustainable lifestyles, while completing a post graduate diploma on eco architecture and energy studies at the Centre for Alternative Technology.
Frances’ broadcast credits include:
Equinox (BBC1), Gardener’s World (BBC2), Crimewatch (BBC1), House Doctor (Ch5), Pet Rescue (Ch4), Animal Park (BBC2), Horizon (BBC2), This Little Farmer Went to Market (BBC1), Real Gardens (Ch4), Cinema Europe – the Other Hollywood (BBC), D.W.Griffith: Father of Film (Ch4)