Jeremy Mills

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Jeremy Mills, Chairman

In a distinguished career at the BBC, Jeremy produced and directed programmes spanning an incredibly eclectic range of genres including news, documentaries, music shows, studio quizzes and dramas. As a series producer and executive producer, he ran many high profile one-offs and series on BBC1 including the Vet, The Doctor, Island Race and Airport, the first ‘docu-soap’. In 1997 he left the BBC to found Lion Television which went on to produce a string of hit and award winning shows for UK and international broadcasters including Castaway, Paddington Green, Homes Under The Hammer, Playing It Straight and Horrible Histories. After selling Lion Television to All3Media and 18 years at the helm, in 2015 Jeremy decided to explore new creative challenges. He is currently Chairman of Woodcut Media and Chairman of Anthology Studios, part of the Anthology Group.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]