Pete Hirst Production Manager
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Pete Hirst

10 years experience.

Genre: Animation, Corporate, Current Affairs, Documentary, Drama, Drama Documentary, Magazine Programmes, Observational Documentary, Online Content, Sport

Additional skills: Archive, CGI Video FX, EP Budgeting, EP Scheduling, Extreme Filming Geographical, Extreme Filming Political, File Based Formats, First Aid, Health And Safety, Negotiating a contract with a broacaster, Underwater Filming

Willing to be based in: Birmingham / Midlands, London / South East, Manchester / North West


Credits

Stacey Dooley Investigates: Kids Selling Drugs Online

Production company: TI Media; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC 3.

1 x 30 min Stacey Dooley goes undercover on social media to meet the new generation of British drug dealers responsible for the biggest ever change to the drug trade


Genius By Stephen Hawking

Production company: Bigger Bang Communications; On-screen credit: Production Executive; Programme type: Documentary, Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: PBS / NGCI.

6 x 1 hr Professor Stephen Hawking challenges a selection of volunteers to think like the greatest geniuses in history and solve some of humanity’s most enduring questions


Inside The Real Saudi Arabia: Why I Had To Leave

Production company: TI Media; On-screen credit: Production Executive; Programme type: Current Affairs, Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC 3.

1 x 45min In the wake of the murder of Saudi Arabian journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, a young British fashion stylist, Basma Khalifa from London travels back to Saudi Arabia, where she was born, to see if she could ever live there again


Britain's Forgotten Serial Killer: Trevor Hardy

Production company: TI Media; On-screen credit: Production Executive; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC 3.

1 x 1hr Forensics expert Dr Jason Payne James investigates the case of Trevor Hardy, the Beast of Manchester. In 2012 Hardy died leaving his brother Colin a box of documents and letters from Trevor’s 35 years in jail. Did his brother kill more than just three girls? And should the police have done more to have stopped him?


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