The University of Winchester

Enterprise Lecture Series: Ten mostly accurate tips for working in Factual TV

Launched in 2003, the Enterprise Lecture Series has grown into one of the highlights of the University of Winchester’s Knowledge Exchange calendar.

The aim of the lectures is to offer students, staff and members of the community the opportunity to hear first-hand from fascinating, inspiring and creative people who have been successful in their field, focussing on those who have been entrepreneurial and have made a real difference.

‘Ten mostly accurate tips for working in Factual TV’ profiles the work of TV producer Putul Verma.

A trained journalist to degree level, Putul started her career as a national newspaper reporter and entered television as a political researcher. She then went on to produce and/or direct such successful TV series as Come dine with meDragon’s DenLittle Englandand Masterchef. She specialises in high profile, fast turnaround, high volume programmes and is currently series editor of Homes under the Hammer for BBC1.

This Enterprise lecture is part of The Futures of Capitalism, a series of events jointly hosted by the University, Winchester Cathedral and Winchester Business Improvement District (BID).

​Unless stated otherwise, Enterprise Lectures begin at 18.30 with light refreshments served from 18.00, and the venue is The Stripe on the King Alfred Campus (get directions).

The lectures are free but seat reservation is essential.

To find out more about Enterprise Lectures, or to sign up to the electronic mailing list, EMAIL US or phone 01962 827578.

Website: http://www.winchester.ac.uk/research/ResearchandKnowledgeExchange/EnterpriseLectures/Pages/EnterpriseLectures.aspx