SuperSizer 22/23: Meet the Delegates

Get to know the successful applicants who are taking part in this year’s SuperSizer programme.

SuperSizer is a professional development programme for ambitious Development Executives based in the Nations and Regions who want to win high value commissions.

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Andy Malone, Freelance

Andy has produced & developed a wide range of TV & digital content for BBC,
Channel 4, Channel 5, RTÉ, UKTV, Discovery, VICE, National Geographic & The Olympic Channel.

Specialising in taking broad specialist factual subjects & giving them an entertaining fresh
twist, he has overseen key development and/or production on peak-time international projects
tackling immigration, disability, and climate change, as well as a series of brand funded digital
science films for VICE Studios shot in Tokyo, London & Geneva. He has worked within the doc’s
unit of BBC Studios, VICE and various independent producers in London, Bristol, Belfast and Dublin,
and developed international projects for the Chinese market through a team in Hong Kong.

Andy is currently working across the UK and Irish development slate at Vision Independent

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

I am looking forward to the opportunity to meet other creatives in the field, learning from my
peers and finding out the challenges and rewards other regional development execs experience.
Most of all, I’m looking forward to having the space to understand how to SuperSize the ideas on
my slate.

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Christine Morrison, Corcadal Productions

Christine has rich and varied television production experience gained over the past
29 years. Since setting up Corcadal Productions 14 years ago, she’s been successfully developing,
pitching and producing a wide range of factual programmes for BBC ALBA.

Christine has really enjoyed working with contributors and bringing their stories to the screen in
many documentary and observational documentary projects over the years, as well as working with
talented and committed colleagues to create compelling TV.

She is now developing ideas with the aim of impressing new commissioners.

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

All of it! Looking forward to all the sessions and to meeting everyone taking part in this
fantastic learning opportunity.

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Dean Webster, Ten66 Television

Dean has been working in television for the past ten years and is currently Head of
Development at Ten66 Television specialising in youth focussed factual, factual entertainment and
reality programming.

He has worked as a Producer/Director on BBC Three documentaries ‘Is Uni Racist?’ and ‘Music’s Dirty
Secrets: Women Fight Back’ – both of which aired on BBC One and factual entertainment series ‘Rent
Like a Boss’. In Development, he’s worked at Barcroft Studios, Chalkboard TV and in-house at MTV
International. He has worked in Development at Ten66 Television for the last six years and recently
created the new BBC Three reality Dating series ‘Love in The Flesh’.

He started his career in television through a Creative Access scheme and diversity and inclusion is
important to him.

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

I’m excited to find what development is like across the sector, gain more knowledge in commissioning
and development, create new connections, learn more skills to take my ideas and pitching to the next
level and win more exciting business for the company.

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Eamonn Devlin, Triplevision Productions

Eamonn has been working in TV production since 1999. He is the founder of Belfast
based production company Triplevision Productions, who specialise in factual documentary. With a
raft of successful commissions under his belt, he is passionate about building on his experience and
creating returnable formats with international appeal while advocating for TV production in the
Nations and Regions.

Eamonn has recently set up another production company who will partner Triplevision, called 1in5
which is championing diversity by making films with disabled and under-represented filmmakers.

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

The opportunity to develop my personal skills, to network and meet like-minded development producers
is very inspiring. To learn new and innovative approaches to idea creation and commissioning is very

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Edwina Madden-Egan, Tuesday’s Child

Edwina is both a Development and Series Producer who works across entertainment and
factual entertainment formats.

She loves working in both production and development and is incredibly lucky to have the opportunity
to do both in her current role at Tuesday’s Child Scotland. Previous development work includes
Firecracker, STV and Mentorn. She has a particular interest in youth skewing content but develops
ideas for commissioners for briefs across many genres.

Tuesday’s Child is an ambitious Indie with bases in London, Glasgow and Cardiff, specialising in
compelling entertainment and popular factual formats, including The Hit List for BBC1, and
Extraordinary Escapes with Sandi Toksvig for Channel 4.

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

I’m really excited to have an opportunity to gain insights and new skills from leading minds and
talents within the industry, and also to meet my fellow delegates and to benefit from sharing
knowledge and experiences with them.

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Ella Jackson, BBC Studios Pacific Quay

Ella’s career in TV started in audience research at BBC Studios.

Working closely with the Heads of Development for the Documentary Unit, she was responsible for
supporting the Unit’s creative and market strategies by introducing data and insight into all stages
of the development lifecycle. Now, Ella is a fully integrated member of the Documentary Unit
development team, with a passion for developing audience-led projects of scale.

As part of the Specialist Factual team based in Glasgow, she focuses on developing history and
culture series, premium landmarks and feature documentaries for the UK, US and international

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

I am very excited by the prospect of connecting with commissioners, and hearing first-hand what they
and their departments are looking for. I can’t wait to hone my skills across all areas of
development, while also learning from the unique experiences of the other delegates on the course.

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Gorana Jelovina, ITN Productions

Gorana started her career at BBC Studios where she worked in production on daytime
programmes including The One Show, Rip Off Britain, and Health Truth or Scare.

She won critical acclaim for her award-winning BBC 3 series Sex, Drugs & Murder: Life in the Red
Light Zone, and the subsequent award-winning BBC 3 returning series, Sex Map of Britain. In 2020 she
decided to move into development full time and joined ITN Productions as they opened their first
regional office in Leeds. In this time, she has secured commissions with the BBC, ITV, Channel 4,
Channel 5, Paramount+ and Crime and Investigation.

Gorana is currently working on an innovative slate of new and funded ideas and has oversight and
responsibility for ITNP’s development strategy in Leeds.

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

I’m really looking forward to meeting this year’s delegates and to share experiences of working in
the Nations and Regions. I ‘ve mainly learnt on the job, from mentors and managers so I’m looking
forward to exploring different approaches to development and honing my craft.

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Llinos Griffiths, Yeti Television

Llinos is always looking to get the next most-talked-about series commissioned.

She has previously worked on Inside the Ritz Hotel for ITV, 10 Years Younger in 10 Days for Channel 5
and Escape for Channel 4. Before finding her true love developing unscripted projects, she worked in
international commissioning at the BBC’s global channel brands.

Llinos has recently joined multi-award-winning Welsh indie Yeti Television where she wants to take
formats that are Made in Wales out to the world.

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

I’m looking forward to joining a network of my peers, learning how to develop innovative ideas with
scale, and ambition and with globally recognised talent at the helm.

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Majella McNeaney, Firecracker

Majella first caught the development bug as a researcher devising games for CBBC’s
Copycats after which she joined BBC Scotland’s factual entertainment team where she secured her
first commissions.

Majella went on to work for many Scottish based indies across both production and development roles
including Thames, STV, Mighty and Friel Kean Films for whom she produced BBC One Daytime series
Getaway For Winter.

Joining Firecracker Films in January this year, Majella helped win new series commission, Strip for
Paramount+ and is currently working on an innovative slate of new and funded ideas across all major

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

Forging new relationships with commissioners and building upon existing relationships, and gaining
new skills to improve confidence when pitching and to enhance creative thinking. I’m excited to
share all new insight with the Firecracker team and I am also keen to learn from other delegates on
the programme.

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Paddy Duffy, Two Rivers

Paddy has been a factual development producer with Two Rivers Media in Glasgow for a
year, working on a diverse slate of projects from current affairs and history to music and sport.

He loves pursuing ideas that leave the audience feeling smarter and more energised about the world
than when they switched on and is thrilled to get to do that work in Glasgow. Over a varied career,
Paddy has worked on series as diverse as Top Gear and Inside Obama’s White House, via University

Paddy is also a panellist on one of Radio 4’s longest running series, Round Britain Quiz.

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

I’m really looking forward to meeting new friends in our field, and getting a wider and deeper sense
of how the industry works. I want to make the best contribution to the Scottish media landscape I
can, and I can’t wait for SuperSizer to help me do that.

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Stephen McVey, Rare TV

Stephen has been working in Development at Rare TV’s Belfast office for the past
three years.

Before joining Rare, he spent the best part of a decade working primarily in production for Northern
Irish indies, BBC NI’s Factual and Current Affairs departments, and the BBC Studios Belfast office.
He is currently working on the completion of two funded ideas for Channel 4 and BBC Three.

Stephen is passionate about contributing to the continued growth of productions from the nations and

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

SuperSizer offers an exciting opportunity to develop my skillset in an accomplished community
environment. By being in the company of other delegates and commissioners, I hope to leave
the programme with new ideas on how to lead our Belfast team, inspiration on how to scale up
our operations, and form friendships and connections that sustain through the next stage of my

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Tammy Kennedy, Little Bird Films

Tammy is the co-founder and Creative Director at Little Bird Films, with substantial
development experience in popular factual programmes, documentaries and formats.

She honed her craft as a developer at the BBC and worked on many high-profile network commissions
specialising in foreign filming and adventure shows.

Since leaving the BBC in 2017 Tammy co-founded Little Bird Films and helped secure the successful
returnable series ‘Hayley Goes’ for BBC Wales and BBC3. Her recent commissions include ‘Nurses’ a 6
x 30 series for BBC Wales and BBC3, How to Make it on Only Fans’ for Channel 4, Blood Sweat and
Cheer for BBC Wales and BBC3, and other Welsh language commissions.

Her dream commission is a big returnable series format that will sell worldwide so she can finally
put her feet up for five mins!

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

I’m excited about finally getting back into a room with like-minded creatives to really help
supercharge my development knowledge and insights. I feel like I need a development and ideas
refresh and this scheme really feels like it fits the bill.

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Victoria Holden, Chalk Productions

Victoria has worked in TV for over 20 years and recently left the BBC to set up her
own Production Company, Chalk Productions.

She began her career as a reporter in the regions, before becoming a Producer/Director for network TV
across a wide range of genres. Victoria has a good nose for a story, is currently Exec Producing an
Arts Doc with artist Alison Lapper and is passionate about development.

With a raft of exciting commissions and new development ideas on her slate, she’s keen to think big
and create some bold, returnable series that work for an international market.

What are you most looking forward to about SuperSizer?

I’m most looking forward to being part of a strong creative powerhouse and building relationships
with other Development producers, as well as  commissioners from new channels.  I’m really
excited to have been selected and am keen to get developing big, bold formats!