Our Executive Producer
Tony Stark’s broadcast experience covers commissioning, executive producing and an extensive career in documentary film-making. He was Head of Documentaries at BBC Arabic where he commissioned a range of long-form investigative documentaries . He's executive produced for Channel Four News. And, as a documentary film-maker, he has spent over 20 years producing and directing long-form programmes for the BBC, Channel 4, ITV and for a variety of American PBS channels. He has made three major TV series and 25 other one-off documentaries – films that have been made in Africa, Russia, Europe, North and South America and the Middle East.
He's made crafted historical documentaries, observational films, presenter-led programmes, undercover and investigative approaches. Five of the programmes he's made or commissioned have been recognized at international film festivals, including nominations for a BAFTA and a Foreign Press Association award.
Tony’s career began at BBC TV where he produced and directed films on a variety of network programmes. He left the BBC in 1989 to become an independent film-maker. He has written a history of transplant surgery, published by Macmillan and a tie-in with a BBC1 series.