Mini Bio (1)
Tony Lazzerini is a highly experienced documentaries editor, producer and edit-producer, with extensive broadcast TV credits, many of which have been for the BBC. He is particularly familiar with working as part of international co-production teams and understands the need for a programme to work for different audiences in different countries.
Many of the programmes he has worked on have outperformed their slot and been widely acclaimed.
"Call the Midwife: The Casebook" was the fourth most appreciated programme across the BBC when broadcast. Radio Times dedicated a 2-page feature to it. Pick of the day across 19 publications.
"Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike" achieved a near all-time record audience for BBC4.
"Addicted to Sheep" scored the second highest "Fresh and New", second highest AI, second highest 16-34-year-old demographic, and second highest under-served audience ratings across the whole of the BBC in the week it went to air. RTS Best Broadcast Documentary Finalist 2017.
"Children Saved from the Nazis: Nicholas Winton's Story" received the second highest AI score (89) for the week it was broadcast. Screened at Lancaster House, the event was opened by then Director General Tony Hall, closed by Sir Eric Pickles and included Sir Peter Bazalgette, Lord Dubs and representatives from the Polish and Czech embassies as well as 10 Downing Street amongst the audience.
Member of Guild of British Film and Television Editors.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tony Lazzerini