Alex Graham founded Wall to Wall Television where he made many dramas including Emmy and Golden Globe nominated The Girl for HBO starring Sienna Miller; the UK hit drama New Tricks which ran for 12 seasons on BBC1 and the multi award winning A Rather English Marriage written by Andrew Davies and starring Albert Finney. Wall to Wall also produced the Oscar-winning documentary Man On Wire. The company was acquired by Warner Bros in 2010.
Michael Jackson has been a senior television executive in the UK and US - as Director of Television at the BBC, Chief Executive of Channel Four, President of Programming at USA Entertainment (where he was responsible for USA and Syfy), Chairman of Universal Television and President of Programming for IAC. He has commissioned programmes including Our Friends in the North, This Life, Queer As Folk, Monk and Battlestar Galactica.
Stephen Wright is the Creative Director of Two Cities. He commissioned and was the executive producer for the BBC on Line of Duty. He also commissioned and executive produced The Fall with Gillian Anderson. With Guy Hibbert, he developed and executive produced the feature film Eye in the Sky, starring Helen Mirren. He was a producer on the factually based drama Five Minutes of Heaven which starred Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt. He is the former Head of Drama for BBC Northern Ireland.
Janet Tyler is the Development Executive for Two Cities. Previously, Janet worked as a Script Editor and Producer for the BBC, where her credits included A Song for Jenny by Frank McGuinness and starring Emily Watson, Paula Milne’s The Virgin Queen and The Nightwatch, Gracie! with Jane Horrocks and Tom Hollander, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries and The Alan Clarke Diaries. Janet has also developed commissions with Channel 4 and ITV.
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