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Ted Childs commenced training as a programme director with ABC Television in 1962 He went on to produce and direct a wide variety of factual programmes and documentary films, including episodes of This Week, then the ITV current affairs flagship and also contributed to the acclaimed World At War Series
He was one of the founding fathers of Euston Films, the film production company established by Thames Television in the early 1970s Whilst there he produced The Sweeney, Special Branch and Quatermass Series, together with a number of theatrical and television films, as well as writing and/or directing films and series episodes for both ITV and the BBC
In 1984, he was appointed Controller of Drama at Central Television and, subsequently, Managing Director of Central Films In this dual role, he acted as executive producer on an extensive range of films and series for ITV These included Inspector Morse, Soldier Soldier, Peak Practice, Sharpe, Brother Cadfael, Chancer, Gone to The Dogs, Kavanagh QC and Thieftakers
Following the acquisition of Central Television by Carlton Communications, he opted to assume a freelance role He continued to write and develop new television drama and films as an executive producer As such, he was responsible for the Heat Of The Sun Series, the Morse film The Wench Is Dead, the television films: Into the Blue, Goodnight Mr Tom and The Waiting Time, together with a Kavanagh QC film special, the Monsignor Renard Series and The Remorseful Day, the final episode in the Morse canon In 2004/5 he was responsible for developing The Brief, a legal series He acted as executive producer on two series of The Brief He also acted as executive producer on Lewis, a television format derived from the Morse Series
In 1991, The Production Guild honoured him with its annual Award of Merit He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Television Society RTS in 1992 He was Chairman of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts BAFTA in 1994 and 1995 He received the RTS Award for outstanding creative contribution to British Television in 1995 In the same year he was awarded the RTS Baird Medal for outstanding contribution to British Regional Television In the 1997 New Year’s Honours List, he was made an OBE for services to Broadcast Television Also, in 1997, he was elected an Honorary Fellow of the Moving Image Society formerly the British Kinematograph and Television Society In May 1998, he received the BAFTA Award for outstanding creative contribution to television In 2000, he received the Broadcasting Press Guild’s Harvey Lee Award for outstanding contribution to broadcasting In July, 2015, the University of Nottingham awarded him the honorary degree of doctor of letters
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