Flint TV is a regional production company with close working relationships with commissioning teams across a range of UK and international broadcasters.
From landmark films to returning series, Chris is a respected executive producer with a track record of winning orders and delivering series in domestic and international markets. He has produced talent-led output across the popular factual genre with recent credits including Penelope Keith’s Hidden Villages (Channel 4), Paul Hollywood City Bakes (Food Network), Prince William’s Passion (ITV1) and Through A Child’s Eyes (Channel 5).
Chris has held executive positions in the independent sector and has been responsible for successful formats including Extreme Dreams (BBC2), Unbreakable (Five), Paul Hollywood’s Pies and Puds (BBC1), Britain’s Empty Homes (BBC1), Storm City (Sky/Nat Geo), Cowboy Trap (BBC1) and The Estate We’re In (BBC1). His other credits include the pioneering BBC reality series Castaway 2000 and the Emmy award-winning BBC drama-doc series Days That Shook the World.
Kevin Moorhouse formed Towton in 2016 along with Charlie Smith and other key individuals who share a passion for accurate, informative and entertaining historical productions. Kevin is a successful businessman who built up a software company from scratch to become the market leading solution in their space before being sold in Dec 2014. Since then Kevin has been looking to apply his considerable entrepreneurial and business skills to developing a portfolio of investment interests in the film and television market which reflect this passion for history. Kevin is also very keen to promote nascent talent in the entertainment industry as a whole hence his interest in Flint TV (please see Towton Entertainment for more details).
Aidan Hughes is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and qualified as a chartered accountant with Price Waterhouse in the 1980s. He has held senior finance roles at Lex Service Plc and Carlton Communications Plc and was involved in the foundation of Carlton Television.. He was a FTSE 100 Finance Director, having held that position at the Sage Group Plc from 1993 to 2000. For 15 years until May 2019 he was a non-executive director of Dialog Semiconductors Plc and is currently non-executive director and chair of the Audit Committee of Ceres Power Plc. He is also director of a private U.K. software business Substance andhas interests in other private technology companies.