Liz Tucker is an award winning documentary executive producer and director. At 23, she became a Radio 4 producer, before moving into television. On the iconic show Tomorrow’s World, her film about Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, resulted in its worldwide launch. Since then, she has worked as an executive producer, series producer and director on a wide range of programmes and series, including Filming My Father:In Life and Death, The Man Who Faked His Life, Blood of the Vikings and Horizon. She has made films for the BBC, Channel 4 and a number of the major US Networks including WGBH NOVA, Discovery and TLC. Her programmes have been shown in over 100 countries and have won a number of prestigious awards. Liz is also the managing director of Verve Production's sister company VerveTraining.
Liz's experience has enabled her to build up detailed contacts with commissioners, in the UK and across the globe. She also has considerable expertise in funding raising for commissions and in producing international co-productions. Equally importantly, she has developed extensive people and project managing skills to inspire and guide creative teams to produce their very best work on time and budget.
Liz sits on the board of the UK's Women in Film and TV and is a voting member of BAFTA.