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Beth read Modern Languages, graduating in 2003 without a clue what she wanted to do. Through a combination of luck and relentless hard work, she found her way into a career in broadcasting, and has never looked back. She worked her way through the television ranks, starting as a runner and researcher on a variety of programmes, from BBC Two’s The Big Read to the ITV daytime hit Boot Sale Challenge, to Graham Norton, before finding that she liked living dangerously and moving into live television. For the past 10 years, she has worked for Princess Productions on programmes such as The Wright Stuff and The Saturday Show. She is now a series producer, a role that encompasses everything from script writing and editing, to legal compliance, to generating ideas that will engage and entertain viewers, all working closely with both editorial staff and the presenting team. She has recently returned to freelancing (see above re: living dangerously) and is combining her TV work with a sideways move into live sports production. In this capacity she has worked on events including the 2015 Rugby World Cup and the 2017 Asian Indoor Games.Locked Pro Plan feature
Associate venue producer (tennis) in sports presentation at the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Role includes scheduling on-court entertainment, script-writing, liaising with sports team and broadcast, cutting VT and music for venue.
Freelancer on Channel 5's The Wright Stuff at Princess Productions. My work ranged from executive producing the show to covering producer and series producer roles when required.
Series producer on Channel 5's new cookery magazine programme, The Saturday Show. Role includes script-writing, managing and producing up ideas, briefing guests and ensuring Ofcom compliance.
I was series editor of Channel 5's long-running news and current affairs show The Wright Stuff for five years. My role included script-editing, live gallery production, managing a team of around a dozen people - as well as outputting 10 hours of live TV a week. During that time I also managed the programme's social media presence - our Twitter following grew to 100k+, we started a YouTube channel and Instagram page, and worked to engage our Facebook community.