My Famous Babysitter

Professor Green, Rachel Riley, Anita Rani and Georgia Toffolo are the star names featuring in Ws My Famous Babysitter (4×60′).

In each episode of this new format a celebrity shock-tests the reality of twenty-first century parenting by taking full responsibility for a family of children.

My Famous Babysitter is commissioned for UKTV by Kirsty Hanson, commissioning editor with Hilary Rosen, head of factual and fact ent, and ordered by Richard Watsham, director of commissioning and Steve North, genre general manager for comedy and entertainment.

Kirsty Hanson said:

My Famous Babysitter is an entertaining but revealing glimpse into the universal struggle that many of our viewers face daily; how we parent today as well as juggling everything else that modern life demands of us. This, juxtaposed with the tantalising prospect of learning something we don’t know about some of our favourite faces, will hopefully make for an absorbing series for our viewers and a worthwhile experience for the celebs.”

Series Producer: Roger Oldham
Executive Producers: Joe Evans and Neil Crombie
Producer/Directors: Ruhi Hamid, Josephine Besbrode
Casting Producer: Emma Parsons
Edit Producer: Andrew Lock
Editors: Duncan O’Neill, Dan Wilkes, Gruff Lovgreen, Michelle Hickson
Production Manager: Andy Kelk
Assistant Producers: Gyorgy Nanasi, Claudia Hodes
Consulting Child Psychologist: Dr Howard Fine
Fixed Rig – The Complete Camera Company

4 x 1 Hour for UKTV’s W

Format and programmes distributed by All3Media International

 

 

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