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The CMC and The CMF
Anna joined BBC radio in 1960 and started in Children’s Television in 1964 where she worked as a researcher, then Director, Producer and Executive Producer, latterly specialising in Children’s Drama. She started ‘Grange Hill’, the controversial school series. From 1981-86 she worked at the ITV company TVS where she was Deputy Director of Programmes. In 1986 she returned to the BBC as Head of Children’s programmes, responsible for all children’s output. She revived the Sunday teatime classic dramas and one of her last decisions before retiring was to commission ‘Teletubbies’. She has won many awards including a BAFTA lifetime achievement award. She was the first chair of the BAFTA Children’s Committee; was the Chair of the Save Kids’ TV campaign and the Showcomotion Children’s Media Conference, and now Chairs the Board and Advisory Committee of the Children’s Media Conference. Anna is also a Founder Patron and Chair of the Board for the newly-formed Children’s Media Foundation
Thinking Differently - The CMC Keynote
Lord Puttnam of Queensgate CBE has a distinguished history in film production, and public service. In the opening event of the 2011 Conference, he will be challenge the various sectors of the industry gathered there to Think Differently… LOCATION: The Memorial Hall, Sheffield City Hall Keynote Report Download the full…
MASTERCLASS: Horrid Henry
Horrid Henry through the looking glass: From 2D TV series to 3D movie magic – confessions of a first timer! Session Report Session Photos on Flickr
Last thoughts and fond farewells. Session Report The Conference Wrap Photos on Flickr