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Tim Morley

Content West


Tim worked in co-production at BBC for 15 years most recently in Children’s and before that in drama and films. In 2009 Tim moved to BBC Worldwide Children’s & Licensing and developed their co-production activities and relationships. Tim started his TV career in the BBC drama department. Over 14 years Tim worked on hundreds of series and films as diverse as Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Mrs Brown, Cranford, and the revival of Dr Who. At the same time Tim moonlighted in BBC Entertainment working on Saturday evening shows like Strictly Come Dancing, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria and Any Dream Will Do. Since 2002 Tim has also worked in BBC Children’s and was part of the team that launched the CBeebies and CBBC Channels. Tim worked on most of the programmes of that era including Shaun the Sheep, In the Night Garden and most recently Waybuloo. Co-production is Tim’s area of speciality. Tim has years of experience of setting up shows to take advantage of tax breaks and international subsidies and making the model of a co-commissioned show come together. Tim has worked closely with children’s broadcasters from all over the world and brought them together in London in 2009 to host the International Emmy’s judging.