Films reported or produced by Katharine Quarmby.
Iranian Brides, BBC 1, Inside Out strand, November 2010, (as reporter)
Other films include:
– Valentina’s Story: Panorama, BBC, 1997 (Bafta award-winner, assistant producer)
– The Children of Benbekira: Newsnight, BBC, 1999 (One World Trust award, nominated for an Amnesty award, producer)
– Science output: Newsnight, BBC, 1999 (winner of the RTS science award, one of the two science producers)
– The Dark Ages: Panorama, BBC, 2002 (producer)
– Behind the Hatred: Discovery Channel, 2002 (producer)
– Bitter Harvest: three part series on biotechnology, BBC Two, 2003 (successfully pitched the series to the BBC, was development producer and producer)
– RSPCA Investigation: BBC Newsnight, 2005 (reporter)
Katharine is regularly interviewed by print, TV and radio, mostly about disability, Gypsies and Travellers and other social affairs issues such as adoption.
Most recently she was interviewed by ITV’s Tonight programme on disability hate crime, ‘Don’t hate me’, broadcast on 23 August 2012 and by Hispan TV for a documentary on the same subject, to be transmitted in September 2012. She was also interviewed on the Paralympics for the podcast, The Fifth Column (TX September 2012).
In 2011 she was interviewed by Channel 4 News, BBC Breakfast News, BBC Radio 4 (You and Yours)