Neil DUNCANSON

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1960-02-14
Education Coopers' Co and Coborn Sch Upminster Essex, Harlow Tech Coll Essex, NCTJ (full cert), Nat Film and TV Sch (directors' course)
Publications N/A
Recreations soccer, tennis, movies, writing, Egyptology, sports history, collecting sports memorabilia
Clubs N/A
Style Neil Duncanson, Esq
Career chief reporter Newham Recorder 1978-84, news journalist (on and off screen) Thames TV 1984-86, deviser/prodr Men on Earth series and others for Thames TV Sport 1986-88 (news ed ITV Olympic Games Seoul 1988), prodr/dir 2 Eyewitness series and 7-Sport for LWT 1988-90, freelance prodr 1990-91, with Chrysalis Television 1991-92, md Chrysalis Television 1992-; credits incl: Italian Football (Channel 4), Rugby Special/Bowls (BBC), NBA (Channel 4), Graham Taylor: Cutting Edge (Channel 4), Formula One (ITV), Spanish Soccer, Baseball, Angling (BSkyB), Gazza's Coming Home (Channel 4 and ITV), Nick Hancock videos, Arsenal videos, Inside Rugby (Channel 4), It's Only A Game (Channel 4), No Balls Allowed (Channel 4), Reg and Harry's Classic Fight Night (ITV 2), Top Ten Series (Channel 4); awards incl: Silver Shot (for The Fastest Men on Earth) Euro Film and TV Festival 1989, Gold Medal (for 7-Sport) NY Film and TV Festival 1990, Indie Award for Best Sports Programming (for Italian Football 1993 and Formula One 1999, Sports Video of the Year Award 1994 and 1995, RTS Sports Journalism Award (for Graham Taylor: Cutting Edge) 1995, RTS Best Live Sports Coverage (for Formula One) 1998; dir: Queen's Park Rangers FC, Wasps RUFC; memb RTS 1994
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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