Liz Lee Head of Production
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Liz Lee

About me: Currently a Head of Production, I am also an experienced Senior Production Manager predominantly working within factual television, with previous experience in the fields of factual entertainment, multi-camera live music events and commercials.

11 years experience.

Genre: Commercials, Current Affairs, Documentary, Factual Entertainment, Light Entertainment, News, Observational Documentary, Online Content

Additional skills: 16mm or 35mm, 4K, Archive, Extreme Filming Geographical, Extreme Filming Political, First Aid, Health And Safety

Willing to be based in: Brighton / South, London / South East

Languages: Fluent English


Credits

Miriam’s Big American Adventure

Production company: Wild Pictures; On-screen credit: Senior Production Manager ; Programme type: Documentary, Light Entertainment, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC One.

An entertaining documentary series following the inimitable Miriam Margolyes embarking on an epic road trip through the heartlands of Middle America with her unique mix of charm, cheek and curiosity. Heading almost a thousand miles from Chicago to New Orleans and meeting the people whose voices and votes are reshaping the nation along the way. From summer camps to county jails and all girl motorbike gangs to a mass citizenship ceremony, the articulate, funny and refreshingly honest Miriam embeds in communities whose visions of their own country challenge everything she thought she knew about America.


Army: Behind The New Frontlines

Production company: Wild Pictures; On-screen credit: Senior Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC Two.

This documentary series goes behind the front lines of war with The British Army as they play a new role in a deeply unstable world tackling the rise of the so-called Islamic State, a new cold war in Eastern Europe and conflict in Africa.


Harold Shipman: Doctor Death

Production company: Wild Pictures; On-screen credit: Senior Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: ITV.

Doctor Harold Shipman is Britain’s biggest serial killer. On the 20th anniversary of his arrest, Detectives speaking for the first time reveal how he got away with murdering over 250 patients across 3 decades and what led to his eventual downfall. This film exposes the scale of Shipman’s addiction to drugs that nearly saw him struck off the medical register and a nurse, in her first interview, recounts how Shipman’s killing spree began when he was a junior doctor on the hospital wards With new witness testimony, access to police interrogation tapes and interviews with the relatives of the victims, this film tells the inside story of how ‘Doctor Death’ was able to became Britain’s most prolific serial killer.


The Cruise

Production company: Wild Pictures; On-screen credit: Senior Production Manager ; Programme type: Documentary, Light Entertainment, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: ITV.

Three separate series’ taking place in the Mediterranean, Alaska and the Caribbean, The Cruise returns to follow the staff and passengers on board the Royal Princess and the Royal Star – from the tension on the bridge as they face navigational challenges to the heat in the galley as they must make up to 20,000 high quality meals a day. Voyaging through the Mediterranean, visiting the wilds of Alaska and soaking up the atmosphere in the Caribbean, these series all offer some comedy moments, diverse scenery and a taste of life on board a cruise ship


Stalkers

Production company: Wild PIctures; On-screen credit: Senior Production Manager ; Programme type: Documentary, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC One.

This documentary follows 3 victims of stalking and a national charity fighting to protect them. ‘Stalkers’ paints a vivid picture of this terrifying and invasive crime. With exclusive access to Paladin, a national independent charity fighting to protect victims of stalking and filmed over 12 months, ‘Stalkers’ follows three of Paladin’s high-risk cases and vividly shows what it’s like to suffer years of abuse.


Women Who Kill

Production company: Wild Pictures; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: C4.

Just one in ten murders in America are committed by women. Most are as a result of marital abuse, mental illness or drug and alcohol abuse, but there’s a rare breed of murderess whose motivation is pure greed. This two part series meets women serving time in prison , some for life sentences and each with their very own extraordinary story .


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