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Today we hear from Quay Street Productions founder Nicola Shindler, Brontë and Snowed-In Productions head of drama Ruth Kenley-Letts, Black Camel Pictures founder Arabella Page Croft and Hartswood Films producer Sue Vertue as we celebrate International Women’s Day in association with All3Media International.

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Today is International Women’s Day, a global event celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.

To mark the occasion, C21Media has joined together with All3Media International to hear from four women in television about their experiences of working in the industry and the highlights of their careers:

  • Nicola Shindler is the founder of Red Production Company and now ITV Studios-backed Quay Street Productions, a long-time collaborator with writer Russell T Davies and exec producer on his latest hit It’s a Sin.
  • Ruth Kenley-Letts is head of drama at Brontë and Snowed-In Productions and was behind a string of series including Mrs Wilson and JK Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy.
  • Arabella Page Croft is the founder of leading Scottish drama producer Black Camel Pictures, behind titles like Legacy, Sunshine on Leith and Dead End.
  • Sue Vertue is a producer and board director at Hartswood Films, whose credits include Mr Bean, Gimme Gimme Gimme and Sherlock.

 

The four of them spoke with Rachel Glaister from All3Media International.

C21FM is live 24/7, with a block of interviews starting at 10am BST every day at c21fmradio.com. You can download the audio from the C21 Podcast by CLICKING HERE.


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