Eleanor McDowall

Eleanor McDowall

Falling Tree Productions

Eleanor is a senior producer at Falling Tree Productions. She is the series producer on BBC Radio 4’s Short Cuts, recently nominated for Best Speech Programme at the Radio Academy Awards where the show was praised for ‘demonstrating the power of spoken word radio’. Her documentary work has been broadcast across the BBC networks as well as in international strands including 360 Documentaries (ABC) and UnFictional (KCRW). In 2008, she received the silver award for Best Scripted Programming at the National Student Radio Awards and in 2011 she received a Silver Sony Award for Best News Special as the co-producer on The Reunion: Hurricane Katrina.


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