Senior Lecturer, Television

Charlie is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Film and Television. Charlie is a former BBC journalist and producer and founder of Fieldgrazer Productions. Charlie has more than 20 years of film making and broadcasting experience. She has run a number of publicity campaigns, getting her clients coverage in the national and regional press and managed a major health project for the BBC World Service Trust in 2002. She has a strong interest in music and was Assistant Regional Co-ordinator for BBC Music Live in 2000, which involved 400 events across the South West.

Her feature documentary, "The Yukon Assignment" screened in cinemas across the UK and is available on both Netflix and Amazon. She first taught at Falmouth University in 2015

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Year Qualification Awarding body
2017 PGCHE Falmouth University
1996 Postgraduate Diploma, Broadcast Journalism Cardiff University
1994 BA (Hons) French Bristol University
2018 Grade 1 Cornish Cornish Language Board
2019 Grade 2 Cornish Cornish Language Board

Research Interests

Research interests and expertise

Charlie has a strong interest in Celtic Languages (Cornish in particular) and pedagogy.


Courses taught

  • Television & Film Production BA(Hons)

Professional Engagement

Independent professional practice

External Examiner MA Documentary UAL

Social, community and cultural engagement

  • 2019 Adventures in film making in Cornwall and Beyond: Passmore Edwards Talks
  • 2018 South West Outdoor Festival: Adventure film making workshop
  • 2018 Yeth byghan, hunrosow bras - Small language Big Dreams: Cornwall Film Festival

Engagement with professional associations and societies

  • Member of Royal Television Society

Professional esteem indicators

Year Description

Playing With String


History Category Nominee - Celtic Media Festival


Arts Category Nominee - Celtic Media Festival