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John Geraint

Multiple-BAFTA winner and recipient of a Royal Television Society award for his Outstanding Contribution to Television, Dr John Geraint is one of Wales' most experienced and successful documentary filmmakers. He has worked for major international broadcasters such as National Geographic, the History Channel and France Télévisions, as well as ITV, Channel 4, S4C and the BBC– for whom he directed the landmark history of the nation, 'The Story of Wales'. As Head of Production at BBC Wales, he led more than 400 programme-makers producing hundreds of hours of output each year. His 2001 film, 'Do Not Go Gentle', a celebration of Dylan Thomas's great poem, was nominated for one of the world's foremost media prizes, the Banff Rockies, alongside globally renowned programmes 'The West Wing', 'Blue Planet' and 'Band of Brothers'. He remains active as an Executive Producer, his most recent credit for the BBC being 'Wales: Who Do We Think We Are?' (2022). He has also held a number of public appointments, including membership of the Wales Employment and Skills Board; Trustee and Chair of Audit, Arts Council of Wales; Chair, Skillset Cymru National Board, overseeing the work in Wales of the Sector Skills Council for the Audio-Visual Industries; and Chair of the young people's media charity, Zoom Cymru.


Up the Rhondda!

- John Geraint