Graham produced the four-part documentary series The Choir for BBC2, which won a BAFTA Award for best feature at the British Academy Television Awards 2007. His first major work was as director of the three-part TV series Strictly Supernatural, narrated by Christopher Lee and with consulting astrologer Robert Currey, for the Discovery Channel and DVD release in 1997. Graham went on to produce series such as Paddington Green for BBC1 in 1998 a reality television documentary series That'll Teach 'Em for Channel 4 and Road to Berlin featuring the journey of pub landlord Al Murray through the last stages of World War II for the Discovery Channel.
- Museum of Life (2010) TV series documentary - executive producer
- Montezuma (2009) TV documentary - executive producer
- Rivers with Griff Rhys Jones (2009) BBC TV series documentary - executive producer
- Being ... Neil Armstrong (2009) TV documentary - executive producer
- Top Dogs: Adventures in War, Sea and Ice (2009) - executive producer
- Trouble in Amish Paradise (2009) TV documentary - executive producer
- Apollo Wives (2009) TV documentary - executive producer
- Crime and Punishment (2008) TV series - director & producer
- The Choir (2006) TV series documentary - series producer & director
- Road to Berlin (2004) TV mini-series documentary - series producer
- Time Commanders (2003) TV series documentary - series producer
- Castle (2003) TV mini-series documentary - director& producer
- Alaskan Wilds (2003) TV mini-series documentary - producer
- Paddington Green (1998) BBC TV series - producer
- Strictly Supernatural (1997) Discovery TV series - director
- The Hit Man & Her (1992) ITV late-night music series - producer & director
- Ludo Graham Filmography
- Matthewman, Scott: BAFTA TV Awards: The results, The Stage, 20 May 2007.
- Strictly Supernatural (1997) - Full cast and crew
- Christy, Desmond (12 January 1999). "A call from Bridget of Paddington Green Culture". The Guardian. Retrieved 20 May 2010.
- Edemariam, Aida: Call of the wild, The Guardian, 29 July 2006.
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