Julian Bellamy

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Julian Bellamy is head of programming and acting chief creative officer of Channel 4.[1]


Julian Bellamy (began his career as a freelance assistant producer working on ITV's World in Action and The Big Story, and Channel 4's Dispatches. He was appointed editor of current affairs at Channel 4 in 1998. He spent eight years at Channel 4, including Commissioning Editor of Big Brother from 2001, Head of Factual Entertainment from February 2003, and Head of E4 in 2005, before being appointed Controller of BBC Three in 2006. He returned to Channel 4 to become Head of Programming in 2007, moving on to work for Discovery Communications and ITV.[2][3][4][5][1]


Media offices
Preceded by
Stuart Murphy
Controller of BBC Three
Succeeded by
Danny Cohen