Ludo Graham

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Ludo Graham (born 26 May 1961) is a British television producer and director.[1]

Career[edit]

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.[2] 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.[3] Graham went on to produce series such as Paddington Green for BBC1 in 1998[4] 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.

Personal life[edit]

Graham has been married to TV presenter Kate Humble since 1992.[5] In 2007, they moved to Monmouthshire and live on a working farm in the Wye Valley.[6]

Filmography[edit]

  • 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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ludo Graham Filmography
  2. ^ Matthewman, Scott: BAFTA TV Awards: The results, The Stage, 20 May 2007.
  3. ^ Strictly Supernatural (1997) - Full cast and crew
  4. ^ Christy, Desmond (12 January 1999). "A call from Bridget of Paddington Green Culture". The Guardian. Retrieved 20 May 2010. 
  5. ^ Edemariam, Aida: Call of the wild, The Guardian, 29 July 2006.
  6. ^ [1]

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