Hilary Weston Jones Production Manager
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Hilary Weston Jones

About me: Production Manager with 25 years experience across a broad range of genres working for both the indies and 8 years at the BBC. Currently employed by Parkside Media House Studios (Birmingham City University) managing their TV and radio studios for commercial bookings, as well as lecturing on production management and working within the industry.

30 years experience.

Genre: Childrens, Corporate, Current Affairs, Documentary, Drama, Drama Documentary, Factual Entertainment, Magazine Programmes, Multi camera Studio, Observational Documentary, Reality

Additional skills: Health And Safety

Other skills: Extensive budgeting and scheduling experience spending 8 years working in Development at BBC Birmingham.

Willing to be based in: Birmingham / Midlands


Credits

Supersize Vs Superskinny

Production company: Endemol; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: C4.

PM on 8 x 60’ which involved 5 strands, 2 of which were shot in the US.


Countryfile

Production company: BBC; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: BBC 1.

PM on weekly 60’ programme, managing a team of 34 and overseeing 8 filming days and 70 hours editing per week.


The Gold Age Of Flying

Production company: BBC; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC 4.

2 x 60’ archive documentary on the jet era.


The Sky At Night

Production company: BBC; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: BBC 2 & BBC 4.

Monthly series, presented by Sir Patrick Moore.


Gears & Tears

Production company: BBC; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC 1.

6 x 30 ob doc series following 2 competing families involved in the world of stock car racing.


God's Own Architect: Pugin

Production company: BBC ; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC 4.

1 x 60’ documentary on the Victorian architect


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