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Television Committee

The Television Committee is not only involved in the content and presentation of the annual Television Awards and Television Craft Awards (considering categories, chairing juries, providing key editorial advice, recommending Gift of Council awards) but is also involved in producing membership events throughout the year. The Committee's credits include some of the very best in British television.

Krishnendu MajumdarKrishnendu Majumdar

Chair of the Television Committee

Krishnendu is an award-winning producer and director. He was trained on the BBC Production Trainee scheme, the ITN News Trainee scheme and the BBC Drama Series Directors Academy. He is the co-founder of an independent production company with partner Richard Yee, Me + You Productions. They are developing a slate of factual, comedy and drama projects. Their output includes two series of Hoff The Record - a comedy starring David Hasselhoff and two series of The Moaning of Life starring Karl Pilkington. Their awards include a Mental Health in Media award and they has been nominated for two BAFTAs, RTS, British Comedy Awards, National Television Awards and shortlisted for two Grierson Awards.

He has been elected to the BAFTA Television committee since 2006 was on the Board of Trustees and the chair of the Learning and Events Committee from 2006-10. Other industry experience includes a term on the Board of Directors UK and currently on the PACT Council.

Credits include: An Idiot Abroad, The Happiness Salesman; True Stories: What’s Killing Darcus Howe?; Bleach, Nip, Tuck: The White Beauty Myth; The World’s Smallest Man and Me; Michael Howard: No More Mr Nasty; Coked Up Britain and Who You Callin' A Nigger?


Emma MorganEmma Morgan

Deputy Chair of the Television Committee

Emma Morgan is the new Head of Popular Factual at Oxford Scientific Films and has previously held keys role both in production and development, at major companies such as Mentorn Media, Twofour Broadcast and most recently as Creative Director at Warner Brothers UK owned Watershed TV – where she developed Stacey Dooley’s latest series for BBC3, No Place To Be A Girl.

As Director of Development at Mentorn Media, Emma developed The Fried Chicken Shop: Life in a Day and Angry, White & Proud both for Channel 4, Free Speech and Hotel of Mum & Dad both for BBC3, Gregg’s: More Than Meats the Pie for Sky and Young & Married for MTV.

Her executive producer credits include the award winning Why Men Wear Frocks with Grayson Perry for C4 and Edwardian Insects on Film for BBC4 plus The Art on Your Wall with Sue Perkins for BBC2. Emma also developed C4’s Bafta-nominated Cutting Edge The F---ing Fulfords.

Emma has been a mentor for Channel 4’s diversity training scheme seven times and is currently a member of the advisory panel for the NFTS Factual & Development Diploma. She has been a member of the BAFTA Television Committee since July 2014 and is currently co-chairing the film and television committee for Bafta Breakthrough Brits initiative with Marc Samuelson.


Otto Bathurst

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Helen Bullough

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Daniel Isaacs

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Laurence Marks

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Elizabeth McIntyre

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Sara PuttSara Putt

For the last 25 years Sara has owned and run Sara Putt Associates, an agency for technicians and production personnel. Sara began her career in BBC radio and subsequently in TV production, before establishing her own agency to fill a gap in the market, offering career management to sections of the freelance industry who had not previously been able to access representation. This now includes above the line and VFX talent. Sara Putt Associates has also established its own trainee scheme in order to nurture the next generation of freelance talent.

In 2008 Sara successfully completed the BGP (Business Growth Programme) at Cranfield School of Management in order to develop and strengthen her management skills, and at the moment is doing a Graduate Diploma in Law. She also sits on the Women in Film and TV Board. Throughout her career Sara has also produced films for her clients including Tattoo which was BAFTA nominated for Best Short Film in 2002. For the last three years Sara Putt Associates have sponsored the Breakthrough Talent section of the BAFTA Craft Awards.


Brian Woods

Brian started True Vision in 1995. Its first production, The Dying Rooms, was nominated for 2 BAFTAs and won numerous other awards including an Emmy and the Prix Italia. Brian has produced and directed numerous international documentaries through True Vision for the BBC, Channel Four, HBO and Discovery. Mostly tackling human rights and social issuest, they have garnered awards, including 7 Emmies, 2 Peabodies and 7 BAFTAs.


Hannah Wyatt

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