Rav Dehele

Development Researcher / Researcher / Archive Researcher

About me

My name is Rav and I have worked in development as an intern at the BBC Religion and Ethics department in Salford since July 2016. During my internship I successfully created, developed and assisted with the production and filming of documentaries (such as 'The Selfless Sikh: Faith on the Frontline) and successfully developed short feature ideas for 'Songs of Praise' on a weekly basis. Over the Christmas period I worked a primarily as an archive researcher - whilst also undertaking production co-ordination tasks - for a four part series called 'Fern Britton Meets...'. I have also gained invaluable filming experience in my current role - which will be broadcast as a major observational documentary on BBC One in April 2017. I am hard-working and driven individual who has experience in making factual documentaries and programming. I have proven experience successfully, and consistently, developing innovative and new stories from conception to broadcast. As a history student, combined with my experience at the BBC, I am able to research complex and multi-faceted data and present it in an understandable comprehensible way for a wide range of audiences. I am extremely passionate about making factual television and constantly challenge myself to find engaging stories, and creating powerful content for whatever I am working on

Locked Pro Plan feature


  • Broadcast Television
  • Television Producing
  • Television Production
  • Television Experience
  • Television Research
  • Creative Development



1 Year Erasmus Programm

University of Applied Sciences

Aug 2013 - Jul 2014
  • The Hague, Netherlands



Coventry University

Sep 2011 - Jul 2015
  • Coventry, United Kingdom
  • Upper Second Class: BA (with Hons) - History


A Level, AS Level, GCSE

Blue Coat School Coventry

Sep 2007 - Jul 2011
  • Coventry, United Kingdom
  • GCSE: 11 A* - B (incl. Maths and English) AS Levels: 2 AS Levels (CC) A-Levels: 3 A-Levels (BBC)