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Mrs. Clare Hudson
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Dame Julia Slingo and Clare ...
Dame Julia Slingo and Clare Hudson
A SCIENTIST at the forefront of weather prediction and a senior executive at BBC Wales
have received honorary awards from the University of South Wales
Professor Dame Julia Slingo, Chief Scientist at the Met Office, was presented with an Honorary Doctorate of Science at one of three graduation ceremonies held at USW this week, while Clare Hudson, Head of BBC Cymru Wales productions, was presented with a Fellowship of the University.
As Chief Scientist, Dame Julia
is responsible for providing scientific and technical strategy; ensuring the Met Office adheres to good scientific and technical standards, and directing and managing its research and development.
also represents the office, on science and technology, across government.
Prior to becoming Chief Scientist in February 2009, Dame Julia was the Director of Climate Research in NERC's National Centre for Atmospheric Science at the University of Reading, where she is still a Professor of Meteorology.
As Head of BBC Cymru Wales productions, Mrs Hudson is responsible for non-news TV production, including drama, factual and music as well as BBC Wales's production for network radio - teams which produce some of the most popular TV programmes in Wales and the UK including Doctor Who, Pobol y Cwm, Scrum V, Crimewatch and X Ray, as well as making music programmes for BBC radio and the BBC's TV channels.
Clare Hudson, the head of ...
Clare Hudson, the head of productions at BBC Wales, spoke to the Welsh National Assembly and said that this smoking ban could be costly for the economy, saying that it could affect economic growth.
Without this new burden, she said, the production crew would be more successful.
There are of course alternatives.
For one episode, the crew actually had to go outside of Wales to shoot some of the scenes, making it seem like they were still on location.
There are also computer animations that can replicate a cigarette.
said that real smoking was more authentic, and looked more real.
Censor Watch: 2013: January
Clare Hudson, head of BBC Cymru Wales Productions, said there were plans for Casualty to include a cautionary moral tale about a smoker causing a fire in a hotel.
Thereâ€™s simply no substitute for The Real Thing | News
In addition to this they were treated to mock interviews and feedback, discussions with Clare Hudson, Head of Programme Production at BBC Cymru Wales, a representative from the BBC's HR Department, a session on how film and sound archives can bring items to life, as well as a day about drama - including a very exciting trip behind the scenes at BBC Cymru Wales's Roath Lock studios..that's where they film Casualty, Dr Who and Pobol y Cwm don't you know!
History Documentary: Michele Ryan | Prosiect Teliesyn
What has become more noticeable is that an awful lot of broadcasting is run now by journalists - Menna Richards was a journalist - Claire Hudson, head of English language programmes in BBC Wales was a journalist.
They have appointed an ex-journalist as commissioning editor for drama.