Selina Mehta

Director of Development

Selina began her career in the Arts department at the BBC, working on photography and visual arts series, before moving to produce history documentaries, mainly about pop culture subjects, interviewing everyone from Matt Groening to the Pythons and Meatloaf to David Bailey.

She is an experienced and versatile Development Executive and manager, with 20 years of experience across a range of factual TV, including documentaries, specialist factual, features, factual entertainment and current affairs.

She has overseen hundreds of hours of commissions, many of which were award-winning projects winning critical acclaim and fantastic ratings. Some of her commissions include: David Harewood: Psychosis and Me (BBC2), Suffragettes with Lucy Worsley (BBC1), Love and Drugs On The Street (BBC3), The Murder Detectives (Channel 4 – BAFTA winner), Iceland: Inside The Freezer Cabinet (BBC2), The Station: Trouble on the Tracks (ITV1), Fighter Pilot: The Real Top Gun (ITV1), 7 Days That Shook The Windsors (C5), World’s Most Luxurious (C5), Lady Lucan, My Husband, My Life (ITV1), Nigeria’s Stolen Daughters (Emmy winner, HBO/BBC2), The Search For New Earth (BBC2), China’s Megatomb Revealed (NGCI/BBC2), Lost Cities (NGCI), Buried Secrets From Above (NGCI), Curious Life and Death (Smithsonian), Secret Life of the Farm (Love Nature/Arte), Tomb Raider with Tony Robinson (C5), Manchester Bomb: Our Story (BBC3).