Associate Professor & Head of Film and Television Programme, University of Hertfordshire

Lyndsay Duthie is an award winning international television expert with over 20 years experience in the media industry: as a television executive producer, journalist, author and educator. She is the Associate Professor for the School of Creative Arts and Head of the Film and Television programme at the University of Hertfordshire. Lyndsay's background is as a television executive producer for factual entertainment programmes with credits for BBC, ITV, C4, C5, SKY and Discovery, with her original television formats selling internationally.

Lyndsay is also a published journalist and media commentator with articles and appearances for SKY News, BBC Radio 4, The Independent, BBC News, Huffington Post, The Conversation and i newspaper. She is also the co-author of The TV Studio Production Handbook, published by I.B Tauris/Bloomsbury. Lyndsay has served on the executive board for Women in Film and Television (WFTV) and has judged for the International Emmys & RTS. She is currently on the executive committee for the Royal Television Society TVC.

Experience

  • –present
    Programme Leader for Film & Television, University of Hertfordshire