Date Title and description Channel
January 2021 Diana. A six part series uncovering Lady Diana's personality and motivations. Ep 1 and 2. October Films. CNN
October 2020 Planet Crime. A six part series about international crime. Ep 4 - The Kleptocrats. Vice TV. HBO
Ob-doc. Following ten medical experts as the try to cure the incurable.Dragonfly. EP 1 of 4 BBC2
Docu-drama on 300 Jewish children rescued from Nazi Germany and brought to England for groundbreaking therapy and rehabilitation. Wall to Wall TV.
50 Years a Prince. A portrait of the Prince of Wales and why some Welsh Nationalists wanted him dead. Yeti Productions. Pick of the Day: Guardian,
Telegraph, Sunday Times (" a surprising Frederick Forysth sheen")
China's Greatest Treasures. 6-part documentary on Chinese cultural treasures. Ep.1 and 2. Presented by Alistair Sooke. Mustang Films.
Fraud Squad. 2 x 60 minutes on ATM fraud. 6 million viewers. Wild Pictures. ITV
A very British Revolution. 6-part documentary on Mrs Thatcher. Guardian Pick of the Day. Patrick Holland: "Landmark".
Eps 2 and 3. BBC Productions.
Who should get to stay in the UK?. Ob-doc on who gets UK passports. The deserving, the crooks and the rest. Ep.2 of 3 Guardian Pick of the day: "Excellent".
New landmark series, ep. 2 of 2. Caravan.
January 2014 Posh Pawn. 2 x 60 minutes on asset-rich but cash-poor residents of Weybridge coming to terms with the recession. 2.5 million viewers. Boomerang.
September 2013 Benefits Street. 6 x 60 minutes on the poorest street in Britain. C4 highest rated documentary for ten years. Love Productions.
factual on new discoveries
revealing the secrets of The Valley of the Kings.
Ep. 1 of 6. Windfall Films.
investigatory docu-drama on her
abduction and the threat of child trafficking in Europe. 3 of 8 episodes. Pulse Films.
October 2017 Carry on, Brussels. Ob-doc following some of the idiosyncratic characters in Brussels. Left wing, right wing, some love it some hate it. Guardian Pick of the Day. 1 of 3 episodes. October Films.
May 2017 The Army. Ob-doc following British troops in Iraq, Sudan, Ukraine. Three episodes. Wild Pictures.
Sunday Times Critic's Choice. Daily Mail Pick of the Day. Observer "insightful, worthwhile".
Ob-doc for Wild Pictures. ITV
Ob-doc following City of London Police on the trail of a mulit-million-pound fraudster. Wild Pictures. ITV
Blast Films. C4
Ob-doc on a famous Knightsbridge institution. Episode 1 of 3. Oxford Scientific Films. C4
Follows refugee orphans in Europe who face violence, exploitation and prison. RTS-nominated. Amnesty Award.
Ob-doc on the tears and recriminations resulting from our love affair with our car. 60 minutes. Century Films.
is I have an Eating Disorder. Sufferers tell their stories. 60 minutes. Knickerbocker TV. C5
Series four. 2-part ob-doc on Britain's largest Ponzi fraud. Wild Pictures. ITV
How they steal your ID. An East End criminal has moved into the lucrative world of social engineering victims on the phone with spectacular results. Guardian Pick of the day. Wild Pictures
2 x 60 minutes. Credit Card Fraud reached 5.4 million viewers at 9pm. Wild Pictures. ITV
New 3-part series about everyone from facebook mums to computer CEOs, making millions selling anything from fake designer handbags to aircraft engines. Wild Pictures.
An ob-doc following the controversial re-abduction of a child from its mother. Wild Pictures. ITV
2 x 60 minutes uncovering in forensic detail how bushfires start, spread and destroy in Australia. Dragonfly.
Auction House. 60 minutes on Lots Road auction house, where the wealthy of Chelsea come to buy and sell. Dragonfly. C4
60 minutes on the winners and losers in London's housing market. Voltage TV. Guardian Pick of the day.
3 x 60 minutes on why the country is losing millions to fraud. Pick of the Day in all papers. 5.5 million viewers. Nominated best documentary for Grierson.
60 minutes on the underhand methods used by some people to win Master Gardener of the Year. Pick of the Day in Guardian, Telegraph and Daily Mail. 4 million viewers.
90-minute drama doc. on a 12-year-old Nigerian girl's story of being trafficked to Britain. Wild Pictures.
The Joy of Train Sets. 60 minutes. What is it about men and model railways? Pick of the Day in Guardian, Telegraph. BBC2
60 minutes. Pick of the Day in Guardian, which called it "an unmissable documentary". Nominated BAFTA/Grierson.
nominations for Billingsgate Market
2 x 60 minutes on an intensive care ward in a children's hospital. Wild Pictures. 4 million viewers. ITV
Gang warfare in post-earthquake Haiti. Quicksilver Media. Pick of the Day in Guardian. C4
What's in Your Wine? 60 minutes on the ingredients the major suppliers don't want you to know about Quicksilver Media.
30 minutes on Zimbabwe's blood diamonds. Highest rated show of the series. Quicksilver Media. C4
30 minutes on Muslim insurgency in the Philippines. Quicksilver Media. C4
3 x 60 minutes on international smugglers. Wild Pictures. ITV
First Cut. 30 minutes on the victimisation of disabled people. Quicksilver Media. Pick of the Day in Guardian.
award for Crash: How Long will it Last?
Crash: How Long will it last? 2 x 60 minutes on the financial crash. Quicksilver Media. Pick of the day in Guardian. Wincott Foundation Award.
60 minutes drama doc. on infamous British pirate. Quickfire Media. C5
Trekking in remote areas of the world. National Geographic/ Discovery
Iraq: The Surge. 2 x 20 minutes for Guardian Films. RTS award and mentioned by Osama bin Laden. C4
award for Iraq: The Surge
award for Snakehead Triad
are you? 60 minutes for Panorama on how to save the planet. BBC1
40 minutes for Blast Films. C4
2 x 60 minutes on photography and film archive recorded at the turn of the century. Won FOCAL award.
BBC4 and BBC2
award for The Lost World of Albert Khan
60 minutes for Panorama on Russian gas supplies. BBC1
nominations for The Cult of the Suicide Bomber
60 minutes for Many Rivers Film. Nominated for an Emmy, RTS and Grierson awards. C4
award/Best Documentary at Celtic Film Festival for Downhill Racer
90 minutes on fairground travellers in the Highlands. Won Grierson award and Best Documentary at Celtic Film Festival.