About Liz Tucker
Liz is a multi-award winning executive TV producer and director, who trained as a journalist and scientist. She initially worked for the BBC for 15 years and then set up her own company. Her programmes have been shown in over 100 countries and she has made programmes for many of the world’s leading broadcasters including the BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5, WGBH, History Channel, Discovery and TLC.
Her awards include the UK’s top science documentary prize, the prestigious Glaxo/ABSW Science Writers’ Award, and in 2015, she was named as Broadcast Journalist of the Year by the Medical Journalists’ Association.
Liz’s other numerous awards include: Gold Medal in New York Film Festival’s World’s Best TV and Film Awards; Highly Commended in the AIB Awards; and team BAFTA and RTS awards. Nominations include the Broadcast Awards; Bull Dog Awards; and Monte Carlo TV Festival Awards. She is also the Chair of the non-profit UK Women in Film and TV.