Natalie Randall (nee Baeta) Offline Avid & FCP Editor Feb 2015
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Natalie Randall (nee Baeta) Offline Avid & FCP Editor Feb 2015
avid / fcp offline editor
Methodical, organised and fast I am motivated by a desire to exceed expectations with a fun, focussed and fresh
approach to editing. I’ve worked on a wide variety of broadcast shows ranging from fast paced, quick turnaround,
small budget commissions to high end prime-time, gently paced shows with a lengthy edit schedule. My greatest
strength lies in story-telling and character development.
Alex Polizzi’s Secret Italy. five Primetime.
Episode 1 in this 4 x 60’ travelogue series following Alex Polizzi. Alex’s secret guide interweaves the stories of her family
heritage in the country with visits to the places that mean most to her whilst showcasing a whole new side to one of the Med’s
most loved countries.
Tom Daley Goes Global. ITV2 Primetime.
3 x 60’ episodes in this six part observational documentary following Olympic diving sensation Tom Daley and his best friend
around the world as they complete Tom’s ‘Bucket List’. From skydiving in Thailand to bungee jumping over a 720ft drop in
Switzerland, Tom roughs it in hostels, on night trains and takes on everything a student his age would...but in six weeks which is
all his diving commitments allow.
The Hotel Inspector. Series 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 11. five Primetime.
25 x 60’ episodes of this highly successful long running factual entertainment / observational documentary series improving the
standards of the nation’s failing hotels and meeting their quirky owners. Presented by Alex Polizzi.
The Railway: First Great Western. five Primetime.
1 x 60’ episode in this eight part observational documentary series which delves behind the scenes of an industry that continues
to grow, featurning a massive team from dedicated drivers and quirky lost property managers to ruthless ticket inspectors. All of
which continues to run, not always on time on the busiest of networks connecting the capital to the far South West.
Britain’s Biggest Hoarders. BBC1 Primetime.
2 x 60’ episodes in this three part highly emotive documentary series where presenter Jasmine Harman, the daughter of a
Hoarder, investigates the mental health condition further. Helping Britain’s biggest Hoarders with expert advice and practical
support Jasmine offers extraordinary empathy and a unique ability to humanise the condition.
Cornwall with Caroline Quentin. Series 1 & 2, ITV1 Primetime.
8 x 30’ episodes of this observational documentary series following Cornish people from fishermen to journalists and chefs to
lifeboat heroes. It explores great human stories that everyone can relate to, of community and friendship, hard graft and fresh
endeavors, traditional livelihoods and ingenious money-making schemes. Presented by Caroline Quentin.
British Cycling: Road to Glory. Sky Atlantic HD.
2 x 60’ in this five part documentary series which offers an exclusive insight into the inner workings and stars of Team Sky.
Exceptional access allows us to follow Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish and the rest of the team in their journey to become
unrivaled on the road and indeed the first British cycling team to win the Tour de France. These documentaries lay bare the
extraordinary physical, psychological, and tactical dimensions in professional cycling.
Horizons. BBC Worldwide.
20 x 30’ Science and Technology based show. Reporters Adam Shaw and Saima Mohsin seek out the businesses tackling some of
the major global issues we face in the next decade from one side of the world to the other. Sponsored by DuPont.
The Fixer. BBC2 Primetime.
1 x 60’ in this six part factual entertainment series with a business minded twist. Alex Polizzi, a proven talent in turning failing
hotels around, focusses on struggling family businesses, this one, a fancy dress shop.
#Tweets of the Year. ITV2.
1 x 90’ countdown style magazine show reviewing the highs and lows of twitter from the London riots to philandering footballers
it was all covered in 140 characters or less. Fast turnaround show (five weeks to air at Christmas) narrated by Rufus Hound.
High Street Dreams. BBC Worldwide.
6 x 60’ episodes featuring Britain’s most successful female entrepreneur Jo Malone who gives budding entrepreneurs the chance
to take a product they have created, develop it and pitch it to a major retailer in a chance to change their lives.
Fashion Wizards. Disney channel.
1 x 15’ episode in this short fun series where 11 to 14 year olds design, make and then showcase their fashion collections on the
catwalk. Heavily graphic based. Presented by Kate Halfpenny and Electra Formosa.
RTS Devon and Cornwall Craft Editor 2010
Promzillas. Sky1 Primetime.
2 x 60’ in this fun factual entertainment series which visits schools across England. The show follows the build up,
excitement and obsession with girls and their high school prom. Features top advice and image transformations for shy
and crazed teens alike from fashion dynamo Brix Smith Start, Celebrity make up artist Gary Cockerill and hair stylist
Duncan Bannatyne’s Seaside Rescue. Virgin1 Primetime.
1 x 60’ in this six part series in which the business tycoon swaps spreadsheets for spades as he takes his expertise to the
coast in the hope of restoring Britain’s fading seaside tourist attractions.
Gutted Series 2. UKTV Home.
2 x 60’ in this fun ten part series hosted by Mark Durden-Smith. Unsuspecting hoarders return home to discover their
house has been stripped bare, if they want it back they have to win it back! Incorporates a game show element alongside
some genuine jeopardy and a good dose of humour.
Noel’s Christmas Presents Unwrapped. Sky1 & Sky1 HD Primetime.
1 x 60’ special which re-visits some of the magical moments from the previous two years to see how Noel’s presents have
changed lives and helped those in need. Studio based with VT inserts, hosted by Noel Edmonds.
Country House Rescue Revisited. Channel 4 Primetime.
6 x 60’ episodes revisiting the country houses in which Hotelier and foodie, Ruth Watson rescued and finding out how the
characterful owners are doing twelve months later.
Keep It In the Family. BBC2 Primetime.
2 x 60’ episodes in this four part highly emotive observational documentary series. Owners of traditional family firms
hand over the reins to their heir apparent for a fortnight to determine whether the business will continue for another
Boozed up Brits Abroad. Bravo.
7 x 30’ episodes in this eighteen part, extremely successful fast paced fly-on-the-wall series following the colourful
exploits of British holiday makers. Exceptionally fast turnaround, cutting each 30’ episode in 3 days.
Make My Body Younger, Series 1. BBC3.
1 x 60’ episode in this eight part studio and location based high concept series presented by George Lamb. Young party
animals undergo a sobering ‘live’ autopsy using a state-of-the-art incision graphics system to recreate their organs.
The Truth About Beauty with Martine McCucheon. UKTV Style.
5 x 60’ episodes of this funky, fast paced hit series reveals beauty secrets and tricks of the trade, Partnered with Glamour
magazine. Studio based with VT inserts.
Britain’s Dream Homes. BBC2 Daytime.
5 x 60’ episodes of this fifteen part, fast turnaround, aspirational property show presented by Melissa Porter & Rhodri
Owen. Showcasing the best properties on the market in the UK.
Exposed: Life Through A Lens. Living.
3 x 60’ episodes in this eight part magazine style show driven by voice over and talking head interviews. Biographies of
Nicole Kidman, George Clooney and Victoria Beckham. Picture led mainly by still images so particularly challenging
creatively and technically to make the show visually interesting.
Martin Shaw: Aviators. Discovery Real Time.
6 x 30’ episodes exploring the allure of aviation for celebrities, amateurs and professionals alike. Interwoven with the
narrative of actor Martin Shaw as he restores his beloved Stearman bi=plane to take it to the skies once more.
The Nation’s Favourite Blooms. UKTV Style Gardens.
10 x 30’ episodes of this Top 10 countdown show with contributions from celebrity gardeners, inter-cut with VTs and tips
from horticultural enthusiasts.
Agatha Christie’s Garden. ITV1.
1 x 60’ This fascinating biographical documentary combines dramatisation and interviews to offer a rare insight into the
story of one of Britain’s most famous authors through her secret garden and the major part it played in her life.
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