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Victoria Stable

Archive Producer
4 November 1955 to 30 March 2023

A British archive researcher and producer, whose decades-long career included working on such television series as The South Bank Show, Spitting Image and The Crown. Victoria Stable started her career at London Weekend Television (LWT) in the mid-1970s as a stills researcher on the likes of Weekend World and The London Programme. She then went freelance, working across both drama and documentary. Other notable works included Crude Britannia: The Story of North Sea Oil (2009), Nova (2010), The Story of the Jews (2013), Saving Lives at Sea (2017), Black Earth Rising and The Little Drummer Girl (both 2018). She also worked on the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics with Martha Wailes.

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