Saturday, June 19, 2010

Sarah Mulvey: Channel 4 television producer dead in suspected suicide

By Andrew Hough Published: 7:30AM GMT twenty-two February 2010

Sarah Mulvey: Sarah Mulvey: Channel 4 radio writer passed in The 34 year-old Oxford connoisseur was described by colleagues as "highly gifted" and "well-liked".

The radio producer, a commissioning editor for Channel 4 documentaries, was detected passed in her rented �350,000 two-bedroom prosaic in Hampstead, north London.

It stays misleading how the Oxford graduate, 34, died.

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After a endangered relations contacted police, officers detected her physique after being forced to mangle down the door.

The Daily Telegraph understands that Miss Mulvey, who assimilated Channel 4 in late 2006 and was obliged for commissioning programmes for the Cutting Edge, the networks flagship documentary series, had not been at work "for a little time".

Former colleagues have paid reverence to Miss Mulvey, who attended Somerville College after winning a inhabitant communication foe as a teenager, who was "highly gifted" and "well-liked".

Her parents, Chris Mulvey, a mathematician at Sussex University and his mother Jean, a psychotherapist, from Ringmer, Lewes, East Sussex, declined to comment.

Before fasten Channel 4 Miss Mulvey was a freelance writer and senior manager and was a array writer of Brat Camp, that won an International Emmy in 2004.

She helped pattern the formats for successful documentary array together with Ten Years Younger, and was senior manager writer of the programme How to Look Good Naked, hosted by Gok Wan, the conform stylist.

Miss Mulvey, a guest orator at the successful Sheffield International Documentary Festival last year, was additionally concerned in First Cut, a array of one-off documentaries by up-and-coming directors.

It was claimed that she had lifted issues about her attribute with networks bosses last year.

A Channel Four orator declined to criticism on the reports that she had been in brawl with the network.

"Sarah was a reputable and well favourite co-worker and everybody who knew her at Channel 4 is repelled and saddened by her death," he said.

"Our thoughts are with her friends and family at this time."

An inquisition at St Pancras Coroners Court, in North London, has been non-stop and adjourned.


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