Credits galore on a busy weekend of programming on BBC One and Channel 4
12 July 2021
Over the course of this weekend, my name appeared three times in programme credits across terrestial television.
The first came on Saturday night as Channel 4 broadcast A Lake District Farm Shop, a programme I worked on from October to December last year, exploring the world of Tebay Services on the M6 motorway.
Then on Sunday, emotional montages broadcast to complete the BBC's coverage of both Euro 2020 and Wimbledon featured hundreds of names of production personnel. Collectively, both broadcasts drew in over 40 million viewers on BBC One.
For Wimbledon, I was credited for my administrative work with BBC iPlayer whilst for Euro 2020, I was recognised for efforts within the Digital Content Hub. In this area, I helped to re-version TV content for digital audiences.
There is nothing quite like seeing your hard work result in an on-screen credit. They may only be brief but it is a small moment in the spotlight to thank you for your contribution. Following the conclusion of these major events, I will soon start night-shifts working on coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
You can watch Channel 4's A Lake District Farm Shop here.