Mark Cooper

Head of music television BBC

Mark Cooper is head of music television at the BBC, where credits include BBC TV’s longest running live music programme, Later... With Jools Holland and coverage of Glastonbury, Reading Festival and Radio 1’s Big Weekend. He is also the executive producer of many of the ground-breaking documentaries on the BBC 2 and BBC 4 channels. Beginning his career as a music journalist with Record Mirror, his first review was of the Sex Pistols in their last gig at Winterland. He worked for a number of other publications including The Guardian and the Daily Telegraph before moving into PR. In 1990, Cooper began his career at the BBC. Today he is renowned for his impeccable track record in music television production.

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