Executive and Series Producer

Judith Bunting is the Series Producer and/or Executive Producer
on the following programmes:_

MAGIC HANDS series 2 – Flashing Lights Media for CBeebies 20 x 10′

The second series of Magic Hands takes on epic poetry for kids with fab new animations and presentations of poems from The Owl and the Pussy Cat to The Lady of Shallott to Homer’s Cyclops. Includes the cutest Shakespeare in original language
that you will ever see!


MAGIC HANDS series 1 – Flashing Lights Media for CBeebies 30 x 5′

A surprise hit for for CBeebies, bringing children’s poetry to life with animation, original music and wonderful sound design.
Performed in British Sign Language with English voice over.

Donna - Home Maker

ROCKET SCIENCE – Diverse for BBC2 3 x 60′

A prime time experiment following an inspirational teacher, Andy Smith, in his unique approach to Year 9 Chemistry, using fireworks to enthuse reluctant teenagers.

“A real-life, honest-to-goodness hero… the write-in campaign for Smith’s knighthood starts here.”

 BREAST CANCER: THE OPERATION – BBC Specialist Factual for BBC3 1 x 210′ 

Award-winning, record-breaking, “channel-defining” event for BBC3’s Cancer Week.
As-live split-screen OB based around an eight hour mastectomy and reconstruction. Presented by Katie Knapman.

Winner of the Royal Television Society Education Award for Best Single Programme 2004 

BODY HITS – BBC Specialist Factual for BBC3 18 x 30′

Body Hits defined a new genre of pop-health and biology for mainstream audiences for the new BBC3. Presenter by psychologist John Marsden, the three six-part series revealed how extreme lifestyles affect our bodies, and provided a stylish mix of physiological insights, facts and human stories.

Winner of 2 x Wellcome Trust Awards for Best Science Documentary
Winner of a Banff Prix Concours

HEADSHRINKERS OF THE AMAZON – Diverse for National Geographic 1 x 60′

Piers Gibbon treks through the Amazon rainforest to search for the truth and the tribesman featured in 1960s archive depicting the ceremony around
the apparent shrinking of a human head-shrinking.

Selected to open National Geographic’s Expedition Week 2010

THE MUSEUM – BBC Wales for BBC2 10 x 30′

Ten-part access documentary tracking a year behind the scenes at
the world-famous British Museum.

Jane Portal and Caroline Ingham measuring up a Terracotta Warrior

THE NEANDERTHAL CODE – Wall to Wall for National Geographic 1 x 120′

This high-profile science documentary was the first to report the newly discovered genetic link between humans and Neanderthals. The highly talented creative team combined cutting edge science with unparalleled reconstructive drama.

Shortlisted for a Grierson Award, Best Science Documentary Winner of an RTS Craft Award for Makeup Design (Hybrid FX)

MOUNTAIN MISSION – Windfall for National Geographic, Kabel 1, FIVE 1 x 60′ 

Part of the long-running Monster Moves franchise, this hour long documentary tells the story of an multi-million pound construction project, moving a colossal telescope up to a height of five thousand metres on a mountain plateau in the heart of the Atacama Desert.

THE SECRET LAB – 4 x 15′ x 30′

Remark Production for Film4, Community Channel, British Sign Language Broadcasting Trust (BSLBT)

KS3 Science series, presented in British Sign Language.
Gliders, guitars and exploding melons.

THE SECRET LIFE OF TWINS – BBC Specialist Factual for BBC1  3 x 60′

The Secret Life of Twins, presented by Professor Robert Winston. The series explored the unusual biology of identical twins and what it tells us about the human condition.
Audience = 7.8 million on BBC1.

“The most astonishing footage of the night… An ultrasound camera had filmed two foetuses in the womb, twins, who were obviously and openly interacting.”

TEEN SPECIES – BBC Specialist Factual for BBC1 3 x 60′

A new concept in science programming, this three-part series tracked the development of teenagers over two years and mixed observational material with
detailed scientific exploration.


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