Franny Moyle looks after much of IWC’s specialist factual output. She’s an award winning executive producer who cut her teeth at the BBC, was Creative Director Arts there as well as the Commissioner of Music and Arts programmes for a while. She’s worked across drama as well as factual programming, executive producing the six part dramatic adaptation of her own book Desperate Romantics for BBC 2. Since re-joining IWC in 2014 (after a few years freelancing, writing and flirting with Academia) she had produced Bafta nominated Rudolf Nureyev, Dance to Freedom; Grierson nominated Francis Bacon: A Brush with Violence, Joe Orton Laid Bare and RTS nominated Saturday Night Fever: The Ultimate Disco Movie. She’s brought Nicholas Parsons back to BBC screens in a hunt for the world’s most expensive watch, overseen a live broadcast from Tate Modern on Picasso and delivered a two part series on minimalist music. She’s also revisited the life and work of Anais Nin for Sky Arts and was the creator of the eight part series Fake! The Great Masterpiece Challenge for the same broadcaster.