Miike Tomlinson

 

 

 

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Broadcast TV Credits

Written, Produced and Directed by Mike Tomlinson
Horizon: Suggers, Fruggers and Data Muggers.
Orlando TV Productions for BBC Television. Writer & Producer. A science documentary on survey research and the uses and abuses of statistics, junk data and 'voodoo polls'. (BT Journalist of the Year award winner.)
QED: Craig's Boot.
Orlando TV Productions for BBC1. Writer & Producer/Director. This documentary told the story of the invention of a new type of soccer boot by former Liverpool player Craig Johnston.
 Newsnight
Orlando TV Productions for BBC News and Current Affairs. Writer & Director (with Helen Saul reporting) on a lead item for the BBC2 current affairs programme.
Nova: We Know Where You Live.
Orlando TV Productions for WGBH-Boston. Writer & Producer. Documentary on direct marketing. When American writer Erik Larson received junk mail that seemed to know an awful lot about his private life, he set out to trace the path his private information took.
Equinox: Junk Mail.
Orlando TV Productions for Channel Four Television. UK version of the Nova on direct marketing.
Nova: Can You Believe TV Ratings?
Orlando TV Productions for WGBH-Boston. Writer & Producer. 60 minute PBS documentary on how audience estimates are produced and used in American television.
Horizon: Why Buildings Make You Sick.
BBC Television Science and Features. Writer & Producer. A science documentary on 'sick building syndrome', the mysterious condition that affects workers in certain buildings.
Peak Performance
Oxford Scientific Films/Meridian for ITV Network Centre. A series on the science of sport that used specialist filming to reveal the secrets of top performers. Writer & Producer of "Fairway to Heaven" with golfer Ian Woosnam
Horizon: Chimp Talk.
Orlando TV Productions for BBC Television. Executive Producer. A 60 minute documentary on ape language research.
Nova: Can Chimps Talk?
Orlando TV Productions for WGBH Boston. Executive Producer. US Version of the BBC Horizon programme.
The Planets
BBC Science Department for BBC2. Producer on a programme on the Sun for this eight part series about the exploration of the solar system.
Eyewitness III
BBC Science Department for BBC Worldwide Americas. Writer & Producer of Mountain, one of a series of popular science and natural history programmes produced by the BBC for PBS.
UltraScience
Popular science series for The Learning Channel filmed around the world. Directed five of thirteen parts.
Equinox: A Setting For St Paul's.
Orlando TV Productions for Channel Four Television. Writer & Co-Producer. Documentary following an architectural design for a new office development next to St Paul's Cathedral.
Antenna: Only Dummies Don't Take Risks.
Orlando TV Productions for BBC Television. Writer & Producer. Some so-called 'safety improvements' have no effect and may even make life more dangerous. Professor John Adams believes he knows why.
Equinox: Road Test.
Channel Four Television. Writer & Producer. 60 minute science documentary on road transport technology. Can new technology make traffic flow more efficiently and beat the jams?
Dispatches: The Countertraders.
Channel Four Television. Co-Producer. 45 minute current affairs documentary on international trade, investigating how the free trade provisions of GATT are systematically and hypocritically ignored.
Equinox: You Want Bells On It?
Channel Four Television. Writer & Producer. A 60 minute documentary on alarm systems. They frequently elicit all the wrong responses. Science can explain why.
Nova: How To Make A Junk Food.
WGBH-Boston. US version of the Channel Four Equinox on food technology.
Equinox: Now Eat This!
Channel Four Television. Writer & Director. A 60 minute documentary on food technology, exploring what really goes into the food we eat. (Sci-tech Gold Award winner.)

 

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