Andrea Miller Credits





2002 – 2012 Head of Factual, BBC Scotland                                                


While continuing to work as a hands-on Executive Producer Andrea was Head of Factual at BBC Scotland, producing 120 hours of science, documentary and arts programming per year and managed a 170 strong in-house team based in Glasgow. 

Executive Producer Credits, BBC Factual, Scotland
2002 - 2010

          Imagine: 3 seasons  (3 x 14) including super star pianist Lang Lang, 
         neurologist Dr Oliver Sacks, 
         Eddie Izzard at the Hollywood Bowl and 
         Benedict Cumberbatch playing Van Gogh 
         Food Factory BBC One’s food science format with Stefan Gates
         The Strange Case of Arthur Conan Doyle (drama) starring Douglas Henshall and Emily    Blunt
         Bryon (drama) starring Jonny Lee Miller
         Russell Brand – On the Road
         Griff Rhys Jones: The Secret Life of Arthur Ransome
         Ian Rankin: Conan Doyle Investigates
         Ian Rankin:  Hidden Edinburgh
         Submarine Rescue - feature length drama documentary
         Film 2005-2009 with Jonathan Ross
         Hollywood Greats with Jonathan Ross
         World Cinema Awards with Jonathan Ross
         The Edinburgh Show
         Jonathan Meades Abroad in Britain
         Jonathan Meades Off Kilter
         Clarissa and the Countryman
        Antonio Carluccio in Sicily
        Antonio Carluccio– The Pope’s Cookbook
        Pop On Trial 6 x 30 with Stuart Maconie
        A Portrait of Scotland with Peter Capaldi
        Scotland on Screen with Alan Cumming
        Beauty – with Roger Scruton

Factual Department highlights included:
2002 – 2012

       Richard Hammond’s Journey to the Centre of the Planet (RTS Awards nominated)
Frontline Medicine with Michael Mosley
Men Of Rock with Dr Iain Stewart
Making Scotland’s Landscape with Dr Iain Stewart
Jimmy’s Food Factory with Jimmy Doherty
Jimmy's Farming Heroes
Rory Stewart The Legacy of Lawrence of Arabia
The Review Show
The Culture Show
Neil Morrissey: Care Home Kid
RBS: Inside the Bank That Ran Out Of Money
Parallel Worlds: Parallel Lives (winner: RTS and BAFTA  Awards)
Rankin: Shooting Hollywood’s Stars
Rankin: America in Pictures
Afterlife (Winner: Banff Film Awards)
The Secret Life of Waves with David Malone
The Story of Pathe
Levi Roots’ Caribbean Cooking
A History of Scotland – with Neil Oliver

BBC Commissioning Executive, Independent suppliers
2002-2009

Griff Rhys Jones – Mountain (IWC for BBC One)
Secret Life of a Manic Depressive (IWC for BBC Two, winner: International Emmy)
You Can’t Fire Me I’m Famous (Brighter Pictures for BBC One)
Wilderness: St Kilda (IWC for BBC One)
Restoration seasons 1 and 2 (Endemol for BBC Two)
Restoration Village (Endemol for BBC Two)
Make Me a Baby (Mentorn for BBC Three)
My Childhood (Mentorn for BBC Three)
Get A New Life (Brighter Pictures for BBC Two)

Arts Features Editor, BBC London Arts
1999-2001

David Hockney’s Secret Knowledge (BBC Two) Best Arts Documentary Grierson Awards.
Dickens – Peter Ackroyd’s three-part drama documentary (BBC Two)
Art That Shook the World Season 1 and 2 (BBC Two)
Changing Stages. Richard Eyre’s story of the theatre. Featuring leading 20th Century luminaries including Cameron Mackintosh, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Peter Hall, Tom Stoppard, Harold Pinter, Nicholas Hytner, Arthur Miller and Sir John Gielgud's final interview (Co-produced with PBS network for BBC Two)

Awards highlights

Vincent Van Gogh: Painted with Words Starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Best Arts Documentary Banff Film Festival 2011 (Executive Producer, Imagine).
Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive International Emmy 2009 (BBC Executive Producer, Produced by IWC).
Parallel Worlds: Parallel Lives The story of the Eels lead singer Mark Everett and his journey in search of his father the quantum physicist. BAFTA, RTS, Grierson 2008 (Andrew Thompson and Louise Lockwood for BBC Scotland Factual).
David Hockney’s Secret Knowledge Grierson Award 2002 (Executive Producer)