Venita Singh-warner Production Manager
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Venita Singh-warner

About me: I have over 18 yearsí experience of broadcast television production management across a
wide range of genres. This includes 12 years in Specialist Factual and Documentaries at the
BBC. My primary role is to enable the team to realize their creative ideas on screen whilst
bringing the production in on time and on budget. The skills I use to achieve this include
strategic planning, effective communication & good personnel management. I thrive on the
challenge of production. Iím flexible in my approach and remain calm under pressure.

10 years experience.

Genre: Documentary, Drama Documentary, Factual Entertainment, Observational Documentary

Additional skills: Archive, CGI Video FX, File Based Formats, Health And Safety

Other skills: I have managed a variety of productions with varying sizes of teams and schedules and number of episodes (ranging from one offs to 22 parts).
Iím very organised and systematical. Iím good at motivating a team and carrying people through difficult productions as positively as possible.

Willing to be based in: London / South East


Credits

Made In America

Production company: Darlow Smithson Ltd; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: National Geographic.

12 part series of 30 min shows for National Geographic on manufacturing of global brands. First series of a new commission. Emphasis on excellent GFX, creative filming and archive. Supervised filming in USA (permits/visas etc). filming continued well into edit period. Continual shifting of schedule to stay on track and on budget.


Great Canal Journeys

Production company: Spun Gold TV; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

Making of 4 episodes with presenters Timothy West and Prunella scales. Supervised set up of filming in Vietnam and Cambodia. Special conditions required for working with these particular presenters to ensure duty of care.


The New Silk Road

Production company: Lion TV; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Current Affairs, Documentary; Broadcaster: CGN.

3 x 1 hrs looking at China’s One Belt One Road Policy. Supervised set up of filming in China, Kenya and Europe.


Royal Wives Of Windsor

Production company: Spun Gold TV; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: ITV.

2 x 1 hrs looking at the history of royal wives leading up to Harry & Megan’s wedding. Fast Turnaround, talent heavy, archive based programme.


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