Once, I was a BBC TV Production trainee working on everything from Tomorrow's World to Horizon and Modern Times. My first film Back to the Floor : A Class Apart was the winner of an RTS award. I series directed four hours The Dome: Trouble at the Big Top in which labour kingpin Peter Mandelson tried to work out how the British people should have fun. I took a break from tv for six years and wrote two books. Since then I've made films about the medical ethics, and sometimes about East Africa. I also sit on the Nuffield Council for Bioethics - contributing to policy process of new medical technologies.
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winner Grierson Award Best Science Documentary 2007
'Monkeys, Rats and Me: Animal Experimentation'
winner Royal Television Society Award Best Feature 1997
'Back to the Floor: A Class Apart'
winner BAFTA Best Feature 1999
'Blood on the Carpet.'
winner Banff Best Political Documentary 2008
'Warlords Next Door?'
nominated Royal Society Book Awards 2007
'ONE IN THREE: a son's journey into the history and science of cancer.'
nominated Grierson Award Best Single Doc 2011
'23 Week Babies'
nominated Grierson Award Best Science 2010
'The Price of Life'