BBC - Work In Broadcast

The BBC Academy is offering the chance to claim your ‘TV Production Case Study’ badge, simply watch our films exploring four key roles on the Crimewatch production team, then correctly answer some simple questions to download your badge.The films combine into a really handy guide to the key roles in a factual show such as Crimewatch, and should help anyone wanting to work on the show or on similar programmes across the broadcast industry.
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  1. Crimewatch Series Editor

    Crimewatch series editor Joe Mather gives an overview of the series, explaining its purpose, history and how its style has changed over the years.

    Q. Series Editor - Joe’s the series editor for the show, but in which year did Crimewatch start?

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  2. Crimewatch Production Manager

    Production manager Jill Jones explains her role in bringing the BBC’s flagship investigative series together.

    Q. Production Manager - As part of her job Jill organises post-production, but how many days offline editing on average does the show need?

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  3. Crimewatch Production Co-Ordinator

    We go behind the scenes with production coordinator Gavin Chappelle to see his role in bringing Crimewatch to our screens.

    Q. Production Co-ordinator - Gavin is one of the production co-ordinators for the show and part of his job is logging, but what is he logging?

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  4. Crimewatch Producer/Director

    Producer/director Rhys Roberts explains his views on how important his role is to the success of the programme.

    Q. Producer/Director - Rhys uses prime lenses in the dramatic reconstructions, but what is the main characteristic of a prime lens?

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