Meet The Team
Len Brown has an impressive track record producing, executive producing and directing successful and award-winning documentaries for all the main UK broadcasters. Most recently he produced the award-winning A Musical Family Christmas With The Kanneh-Masons for BBC2 and he produced & directed the Sky Arts Passions episode Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE on Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. He was also the producer of Geri’s 1990s: My Drive To Freedom for BBC Music & Arts. Over the years he has worked on a wide range of acclaimed music programmes including Marc Bolan & T. Rex: Dandy In The Underworld (Channel Four); The Carpenters: Close To You (ITV); and Rod Stewart: Wine Women & Song (BBC) plus major sports series such as Three Lions: England Expects and When Boxing Ruled The World for BBC One. He was a producer on Channel Four’s acclaimed social history series Born On The Same Day and also several major pop culture and arts series for the BBC, ITV and Channel Four including My Generation on Sixties R&B bands (The Kinks, The Animals, The Yardbirds, Small Faces etc), God Bless America (on American writers and their cities) and the Brit Girls featuring Cilla Black, Sandie Shaw, Lulu and Marianne Faithful.
Len is also a former NME journalist and author – some of his music journalism is showcased on https://www.rocksbackpages.com/Library/Writer/len-brown
Bridget Boseley is a highly respected and hugely experienced television executive who has held a range of senior jobs at the BBC and ITV. She has headed up large in-house factual departments at both broadcasters and run huge slates of key prime time titles. She was also Controller of Factual Programmes at ITV from 2003-6 where she commissioned not only ratings hits but award-winning series too.
Bridget has very strong relationships with commissioners at all channels and with key talent, on and offscreen. She is a very experienced executive producer and a proven business winner who can generate, develop and pitch ideas. Bridget is currently Creative Director at Wag Entertainment but is also able to exec produce MBM output. Previously she was Head of Factual programmes at Spun Gold TV.
Her most recent credits include executive producing Inside Monaco for BBC Two, which was the highest rated new series on the channel in 2020. In addition, 2020 also saw her executive produce the new BBC One factual documentary series The Grand Party Hotel and ITV’s New Year special Stephen Fry’s 21st Century Firsts.
Debbie’s previous roles include Director of Rights and Business Affairs at the BBC, Director of Rights for Flextech TV, Chair of PACT, Commercial Director at RDF, COO of Hattrick, CEO of Keo Films and Senior Investment director at Ingenious Media. Debbie works in an advisory capacity in the TV and Film industry, including acting as a non-executive director for companies spanning production, distribution and production services. She is also a founder partner and executive producer for First Person Films with director Victoria Mapplebeck. Debbie was the executive producer on Victoria's BAFTA winning short film 'Missed Call' in 2019. In addition to her formal roles Debbie is involved in a number of projects and companies alongside her day job, including launching a small restaurant group, HERE Cafe Ltd, and holding the role of Chair for the charity SafeHands.
Hannah’s originally from Birmingham and a recent graduate of the highly-regarded Television Production course at Nottingham Trent University. She feels her strengths within media production lie in planning, organisation, attention to detail and the development of new ideas. Going forwards she would like further experience on TV shoots and on marketing campaigns. She is also interested in further training and mentoring to develop her technical skills and to gain more knowledge and experience researching, camera operating and vision mixing. She’s ambitious and in future she’d like to work for a variety of international media companies such as Netflix, Google, Samsung and Apple.