Christine brings a wealth of experience, heading up projects in the UK and USA during her 20 year TV career. Christine heads up Chatterbox Development in
Ali has over 15 years’ production experience as a Director and Producer across current affairs, specialist factual and entertainment television both in the UK and overseas. Credits include: Gogglebox (Channel 4), Come Dine (Channel4), Food Inspectors (BBC1), Underage and Pregnant (BBC3) and Lion Country (ITV), SkyCops (BBC1) and Gold Rush (Discovery).
Nav is a passionate creator of formats. As a former Channel 4 Factual Entertainment Commissioning Editor, her slate included ‘Child Genius’, award winning ‘Brat Camp’, ‘The Unteachables’ and critically acclaimed ‘Bollywood Star’. Executive Producer credits include a diverse range of programmes from drama documentary – Siege in the Sahara (C4 PBS) to Jo Malone’s High Street Dreams (BBC1) and Manic Street Preachers in Cuba (C4).
Bridget brings extensive production experience from a variety of formats such as The Bachelor and Rudetube. When she’s not knee deep in spreadsheets you’ll find her watching live music or spending time down by the beach.
Elena is an Oscar and BAFTA-winning Producer and Filmmaker working across documentaries that fuse personal stories with powerful journalism. She has produced work on hard-hitting and hard-access topics: incarceration (12-Year-Old Lifer), the war on drugs (Drugs Inc.), human trafficking (Saving The Cybersex Girls) and the Oscar-winning Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (if you're a girl).
Ellie is a passionate creator of content TV, digital, radio, podcasts and live events - specialising in youth culture and music talent. As a Digital Video Producer at MTV International she developed, produced and directed a slate of MTV Original commissions.
“I’m thrilled to bits that each of these indies has landed a much-deserved commission,” said ViacomCBS Networks UK director of programmes Ben Frow.
We are incredibly proud to announce that we are making BBC Three’s first reality series. Meet The Khans: Big In Bolton (w/t) takes is into the world of Olympic medallist and boxing World Champion Amir Khan and his fashion and beauty influencer wife, Faryal Makhdoom. It’s an access all areas look into the dynamics of this young couple in Amir’s beloved Bolton as they juggle a young family, their relationship and career pressures under the glare of modern media. “Meet the Khans features figures that have had to struggle for success and are aspirational stories”
Fiona Campbell, BBC Three Controller
“In this mind-blowing episode, Stacey travels to the Faroe Islands to uncover the truth about the whaling industry.”
Millie Feroze, Glamour
“The coming-of-age film Leaving Care, following two care leavers as they navigate a series of firsts without the help of a family, won two BAFTAs: Content For Change and Teen.”
Judges commended the “true and honest exposé of the care system with fantastically chosen contributors”. With themes of identity and escaping from broken pasts and addicted parents woven through the film, the courage and humility of Arron and Sulaimaan touched the judges.... One judge drew parallels with the seminal Seven Up! series, noting its commitment to the “classic documentary style”, free of graphics and reality techniques.
Chatterbox and director Elena Andreicheva, whose film Learning How to Skateboard in a War Zone (if you're a girl) won her an Oscar and BAFTA are making a compelling documentary Swim To Freedom for the BBC.
Distributor Banijay Rights has struck a first-look deal with U.K. factual and formats producer Chatterbox, founded by former Channel 4 commissioner Nav Raman and producer/director Ali Quirk. Chatterbox last year picked up two BAFTA Children’s TV Awards for its BBC documentary “Leaving Care".
“The BBC has announced a range of new content for 13-15 year olds which offers insights into teenage lives... Life After Care (Chatterbox) follows two young men starting the next stage in their lives as they leave a lifetime of being in foster care. They face huge challenges as they transition to adulthood with no parents to help them through.”