Stephen Devlin

Editor

PROFILE

Stephen is a creative and fast editor with over 10 years experience in observational documentaries, feature documentaries, factual entertainment, commercials and corporate work. He has cut various shows/formats for all the major broadcasters. Stephen can work unsupervised or as part of a team and he has his own kit: Avid Media Composer and is set up to work from home.

 

EXPERIENCE: Credits
The Great Pottery Throw Down

Twelve of Britain’s best home potters compete to become champion of the pottery.
Ep. Helen Roberts/ Exec. Luke Byrne
Series 7. 3 x 60′

Love Prods
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
The Woodland Workshop

A team of expert crafts people build incredible items for people who do amazing things in their community.
Ep. Greg Jonas/ Sp. Tony Dillamore
Series 3. 7 x 60′

Ricochet
for Discovery+
Factual EntertainmentEditor
A Place In The Sun

Jasmin Harmen and Jean Johansson help house-hunters find their dream home in the sun.
Ep. Dan Exelby /Sp. Sarah Brooks
2 x 60′

Freeform
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Rip Off Britain

The Rip Off Britain team expose and rectify the nations consumer nightmares.
Ep. Phil Jeffrey /Pm. Andrew Babbage
2 x 60′

BBC Documentary
for BBC
DocumentaryEditor
Dirty House Rescue: Queens Of Clean

Glam cleaning agency come to the rescue of homes stuck in a whirlwind of domestic despair.
Exec. Tim Quick /Ep. Bob Gowing/Mona Hamed.
Series 1. 7 x 60′

Avalon
for E4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Dogs Behaving Very Badly

Master dog trainer Graeme Hall finds long-lasting solutions for dogs with issues.
Sp.Will Stanford / Ep. Bob Gowing/Mona Hamed.
Series 4 and 5. 11 x 60′

Avalon
for Channel 5
DocumentaryEditor
Junior Bake Off

Twenty of Britain’s best junior bakers, ready to show the world that they can bake anything they can imagine.
Ep. Emma Barron/Luke Byrne / Sp. Jane Treasure/Clare Emerson.
Series 5 and 6. 6 x 60′

Love Prods
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Handmade Britain's Best Woodworker

Nine woodworking enthusiasts battle it out across six weeks in a bid to be crowned Britain’s Best Woodworker.
Exec. Karen Plum/ Dir/Prod. Carrie Smith.
Series 1. 1 x 60′

Plimsoll Prods
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Bake Off: The Professionals

Twelve professional pastry chefs turn ordinary patisserie and desserts into masterpieces.
Ep. Hugh Sutherland / Sp. Tom Davies.
Series 5. 2 x 60′

Love Prods
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Secrets Of The Driving Test

A six part series offering a unique insight into the world of the driving test.
Ep. Helen Orten / Sp. Ross Anderson.
6 x 30′

Curve Media
for ITV
DocumentaryEditor
Couples Come Dine With Me

Five amateur chefs compete to become the perfect dinner party host.
Ep. James Docherty / Exec. Henry Hainault.
2 x 30’/60′

Shiver
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Fake Britain

Dominic Littlewood investigates fake goods in the UK and the con men out to steal your money.
Sp. Bob Gowing / Ep. Joe Farr.
Series 9. 10 x 30’/60′

ScreenCut TV
for BBC One
DocumentaryEditor
First Class vs Economy: Is It Worth It?

Nigel Havers and Sally Lindsay take to the skies to explore the differences between First Class and Economy travel.
Exec. Tim Quick / Sp. Sam Samuelson.
1 x 60′

Avalon
for Channel 5
DocumentaryEditor
Dr Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet

Straight-talking, warm-hearted and effortlessly cool, he’s one of America’s busiest veterinarians.
Sp. Alex Revill / Ep. Ryan Gaffney.
Series 4 and 5. 4 x 60′

Double Act
for Discovery US
DocumentaryEditor
Mary: Queen of The High Street: Liskeard

Retail guru Mary Portas sets out her plan to reinvent and regenerate our high streets.
Dir/Prod. Kim Maddever.
1 x 60′

Optomen
for Channel 4
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Tough Young Teachers

A six-part series, following trainee teachers in three challenging London schools over a full academic year.
Series Prod. Ross Anderson.
6 x 60′

Victory Television
for BBC Three
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Jamie Oliver & Jimmy Doherty’s Food Fight

Jamie and Jimmy take on Europe’s finest food producers with British produced foods.
Dir/Prod. Chris Hale.
1 x 60′

FreshOne
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Stephen Fry’s 100 Greatest Gadgets

Stephen Fry’s countdown of the world’s most influential gadgets.
Series Producer: Sophie Deveson.
1 x 180′

North One
for Channel 4
EntertainmentEditor
Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends: Boer Separatists

Louis meets Afrikaner separatists who dream of building cultural enclaves in post-apartheid South Africa.
Director: Kate Townsend.
1 x 60′

BBC Studios
for BBC Two
DocumentaryEditor
My Last Summer

Five people give an honest account of what it is like to be terminally ill.
Series Prod. Lynda Renier.
2 x 60′

Love Prods
for Channel 4
Observational DocumentaryEditor
The Food Hospital: Diabetes Special

A unique experiment to cure six people with Type2 Diabetes using food as medicine.
Series Prod. Ceri Jones/Dir. John Turner.
1 x 60′

Betty
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
The Petrol Age: Glamour

A four part exploration of how Britain became a major driving force in the history of motoring.
Prod. Lynda Renier/Dir. Chris Hale.
1 x 60′

Bigger Pictures
for Sky Atlantic
DocumentaryEditor
New Tycoons

Series charting the highs and lows of ten new businesses in the capital of cool that is Brighton.
Producer: Emma Clarke.
14 x 30′

September Films
for BBC Three
DocumentaryEditor
Breaking Into Tesco

This series offers the nation’s most ambitious cooks the chance of a lifetime; to turn their signature recipes into winning products fit for the shelves of Tesco, the largest supermarket in Britain.
Director: Anna Stickland.
1 x 60′

Ricochet
for Channel 5
Factual EntertainmentEditor
I’m In A Rock’n’Roll Band: Pop Star

What is the DNA of a great Pop Star? We break this mythical beast down to what makes pop music magical.
Prod. Jon Palmer/Dir. Pip Banyard.
1 x 60′

BBC Music
for BBC Two
DocumentaryEditor
The Joy of Country

A celebration of the history and the aesthetic of country music, from the 1920s to the present day.
Dir/Prod. Andy Humphries.
1 x 60′

BBC Music
for BBC Four
DocumentaryEditor
Undercover: Nailing The Fraudsters

Paul Connolly delves into the world of fraud, a crime that has reached epidemic levels.
Sp. Mona Hamed / Exec Charlie Bunce.
6 x 60′

Curve Media
for Channel 5
DocumentaryEditor
Bring On The Cleaners

A look inside Britain’s grimiest homes with a team of highly trained specialist cleaners.
Sp. Ross Anderson / Exec. Charlie Bunce.
Series 1 and 2. 2 x 60′

Curve Media
for ITV
Observational DocumentaryEditor
The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

Series exploring what really happens between neighbours when disputes arise.
Ep. Bob Gowing / Sp. Mona Hamed / Exec. Tim Quicke.
Series 7 and 8. 3 x 60′

Flame TV
for Channel 5
DocumentaryEditor
Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners

Obsessive cleaners team up to clean some of Britain’s filthiest homes.
Ep. Marcus English/Sam Ornbo / Sp. Ross Anderson.
Series 5. 7 x 60′

Betty
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Football Fight Club

Following young football hooligans, as they arrange and fight through a football season.
Dir/Prod. Mark Rossitor.
1 x 60′

Victory Television
for BBC Three
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Ugly House to Lovely House

George Clarke transforms ugly houses into houses to be proud.
Sp. Madeleine Hall.
2 x 60′

Betty
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
The Great British Bake Off: Bakewell

Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc, travel across the country to find the UK’s best amateur baker.
Series Director: Andy Devonshire/Madeline Eaton.
1 x 60′

Love Prods
for BBC Two
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Bright Young Things

Story editing – Episodes 3 and 4.
Following a cast of nine people with various forms of Autism, trying to perform their own show in London’s West End.
Director: Jessie Versluys / Producer: David DeHaney.
2 x 60′

Love Prods
for Channel 4
DocumentaryEditor
Wife Swap

‘Maverly/Brabrook’. A millionaire’s wife swaps the good life for the not so good.
Director: Lucy Walle.
1 x 60′

RDF Media
for Channel 4
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Four in A Bed

Four sets of B&B owners compete to be crowned Britain’s best B&B.
Producer: Jonathan Braman / Edit Prod. Andrew Lock.
6 x 30′

Studio Lambert
for Channel 4
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Britain’s Horror Homes

Dream homes that turn into disasters and how the owners resolve their problems.
Ep. Olly Jones / SP. Emma Lutier / Exec. Jason Wells.
Series 1 and 2. 3 x 60′

Crackit Prods
for Channel 5
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Big Families At Christmas

How do you cope at Christmas when you have as many as thirteen children to feed.
Series Prod. Adrian Padmore.
1 x 60′

Crackit Prods
for BBC Three
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Tyger Takes on Sexuality

Tyger  Drew-Honey explores the blurring boundaries of 21st century sexuality.
Dir/Prod. Gavin Searle.
1 x 60′

RoughCut
for BBC Three
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Married To the Man With An 80lb Scrotum

Following Dan Maurer and his wife Mindy, as they attempt to find a cure for his crippling condition.
Dir/Prod. Ross Goodlass.
1 x 60′

Firecracker
TLC America
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents: Zante

Teenagers take their first summer holiday abroad without their parents, who are secretly watching everything that unfolds.
Dir/Prod. Marina Warsama.
1 x 60′

RDF Television
for BBC Three
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Essex Jungle

From tarantulas in Thurrock to boa constrictors in Billericay, we follow the fascinating  people who sell, own and rescue these unusual pets.
Edit Producer: Ben Kelly.
Episodes 2 and 4. 2 x 60′

Special Edition Films
for Channel 5
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Sex Pod

Entertaining series answering people’s questions about sex.
Ep. Sarah Gundlash / Exec. Jason Wells.
Series 2. 8 x 60′

Crackit Prods
for Five*
Factual EntertainmentEditor
The World’s Strictest Parents: Texas

Two rebellious teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world.
Dir/Prod. Jamie Whiteman.
1 x 60′

Twenty Twenty
for BBC Three
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Not Again: Not The Nine O’Clock News Story

The inside story of the anarchic comedy sketch show, which launched the careers of Rowan Atkinson, Griff Rhys Jones, Mel Smith and Pamela Stephenson.
Producer: Andy Humphries.
1 x 90′

BBC Entertainment
for BBC Two
DocumentaryEditor
The Story of Light Entertainment

Series tracing the history of ‘Double Acts’ & ‘Variety’ on British television.
Director: Andy Humphries.
2 x 90′

Shine
for BBC Two
DocumentaryEditor
Supernanny

Jo Frost is on a mission to help desperate parents with their badly behaved children; in this case a troubled tot from the Wood family.
Director: Tim Quicke.
1 x 60′

Ricochet
for Channel 4
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Home Away From Home

Families from around the UK swap homes with strangers to experience new lifestyles.
Ed. Prod. Emma Griffiths / Series Prod. Adrian Padmore.
15 x 60′

BBC
for BBC One
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Ready, Steady, Drink

The actress Emily Atack looks at the UK’s culture of drinking games and whether they should be banned.
Dir/Prod. Suemay Oram.
1 x 60′

Special Edition Films
for BBC Three
DocumentaryEditor
Help I Caught It Abroad 2

Following the doctors and nurses at Liverpool’s School of Tropical Medicine.
Dir/Producer: Rob Gill.
1 x 60′

Special Edition Films
for BBC Three
DocumentaryEditor
I’ll Try Anything Once

‘Skydiving’ & ‘Lumberjacks’. Presenter Touré goes on a bizarre array of challenges, armed with little more than his curiosity and a sense of humour.
Producers: Andy Webb/Nick Hudson.
2 x 30’

Electric Sky
for US Networks
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Who Rules The Roost?

Series that gives families the chance to make a radical change to their lives, while revealing the reality of modern parenting.
Director: Vicky Crawley.
1 x 60′

Ricochet
for BBC Three
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Sex, Drugs & Rock‘n’Roll: The 60’s Revisited

This series exclusively reveals interviews from celebrities such as Sean Connery, Cilla, Lulu and Peter Cook, and controversial figures such as Enoch Powell, Quentin Crisp and Robert Maxell and gives the viewer an extraordinary insight into their personal lives and reveals the real world of Britain in 1968.
Producer: Mark Turnball.
1 (of 3) x 60′

Silver River
for Channel 5
DocumentaryEditor
Teenage Taboos: Sex, Teens & Infections

This five-part series uncovers the forbidden territories of sex and gives the lowdown on facts usually shrouded beneath layers of bravado, misinformation and myth.
Director: Emily Smith.
1 x 60′

ZKK/4Learning
for Channel 4
EducationalEditor
Baby Faced Body Builders

Following three teenagers whose bodybuilding obsession is so extreme it’s becoming a clinical problem.
Director: Kate Taunton.
1 x 60′

ZKK
for BBC Three
DocumentaryEditor
Michael Jackson Not For Sale

A look at the weird and wonderful stuff that King of Pop collected at his Neverland ranch. From iconic stage costumes to private collections of artwork, we get a unique glimpse in the spending habits of a super-celebrity who loved to shop.
Producer: Andrew Price.
1 x 60′

Special Edition Films
for Channel 5
DocumentaryEditor
A Brief History of Errol Morris

A profile of the director of ‘The Thin Blue Line’ and ‘Fast, Cheap & Out of Control’.
Director: Kevin McDonald.
1 x 60′

Minerva
for Bravo US
DocumentaryEditor
Diana Mosley: Adolf, Oswald & Me

The extraordinary life story of Diana Mosley and her love affair with fascism.
Director: Leonie Jamison.
1 x 60′

Blakeway
for Channel 4
DocumentaryEditor
The Sitcom Story

Comedy Documentary. Three-part celebration of the television situation comedy presented by Dawn French.
Director: Sarah Gibbs.
3 x 60′

BBC Entertainment
for BBC One
DocumentaryEditor
Jacqueline Du Pre: Playing With Fire

Hilary Du Pre’s personal account of being under the shadow of her sister.
Dir. Mandy Chang.
1 x 30′

Oxford TV
for Channel 4
DocumentaryEditor
Fat Doctor

Dr Shaw Somers is the Fat Doctor; the bariatric surgeon who battles to help the nation’s morbidly obese lose weight. This series follows the operations of Britain’s biggest, as they go under Dr Somers knife.
Producer: Rebecca Gilhooly.
Series 3. 5 x 60′

Electric Sky
for Discovery
Observational DocumentaryEditor
No Going Back: Zambia Update

A city broker and his fashion designer wife are revisited following their decision to give up the high life to run a safari lodge in the Zambian bush.
Director: Amanda Blue.
1 x 60′

Ricochet
for Channel 4
Observational DocumentaryEditor
Most Shocking Celebrity Moments Of The 90’s

The seventy most stunning moments, from a decade of bad behaviour.
Director: Miranda Glasser.
1 x 149′

Shine
for Channel 5
EntertainmentEditor
Drama Trails

Drama Trails looks at how well loved dramas, from Cold Feet to A Touch of Frost and Bad Girls to Cracker link together in Fascinating and unexpected ways through the stars, cast and crew who worked on them.
Producer: Chris Hill.
1 x 60′

Tiger Aspect
for ITV
DocumentaryEditor
Filthy Rich & Famous

Documentary series exploring the world of celebrity from the eyes of their closest relations.
Producer: Antonietta Cauterucci.
1 x 60′

Tiger Aspect
for ITV
DocumentaryEditor
Our Survey Says: The Ultimate Game Show Moments

An entertaining look at various game shows and what makes a successful one.
Director: Bob Sandy.
1 x 77′

Touch Prods
for Channel 4
EntertainmentEditor
Selling Houses

Estate agent Andrew Winter takes homeowners and their estate agents to task as they struggle to sell homes.
Directors: Atul Malhotra/Michael Jochnowitz.
Series 3 and 4. 6 x 30′

Ricochet
for Channel 4
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Kylie Minogue

Documentary charting Kylie’s journey from 80s schmaltz to style diva and pop princess.
Producer: Jim Brown.
1 x 60′

Alba
for Biography Channel
DocumentaryEditor
Bob Monkhouse on Bob Monkhouse

A look back at Bob’s life in his own words.
Director: Mark Turnbull.
1 x 60′

Chrysalis
for ITV
DocumentaryEditor
Ruby Wax’s American Pie

Ruby Wax journeys across America, investigating some of the more bizarre and outlandish aspects of American culture.
Dir. Helen Fitzwilliam.
1 x 30′

BBC
for BBC One
DocumentaryEditor
Max’s Big Tracks: ‘Brazil’

Wildlife Doc. Ian “Max” Maxwell is determined to track down some of the most dangerous animals in the wild. Using bush craft and his own tracking expertise, he heads to Brazil to tack down the elusive jaguar.
Producer: Dan Dixon.
1 x 60′

Electric Sky
for Discovery
DocumentaryEditor
How Not To Decorate

Justin Ryan and Colin McAllister sort out homes in drastic need of their design talents.
Directors: Nick Warner/Simon Toyne.
3 x 60′

Ricochet
for Channel 5
Factual EntertainmentEditor
Cowboy Builders

Standing up for aggrieved consumers, Dominic Littlewood tracks down rogue builders.
Ed. Prod. Will Stanford / Series Prod. Claire Cadman.
Series 9. 4 x 60′

Ricochet
for Channel 5
Factual EntertainmentEditor
The Curse of Big Brother

Entertainment Doc. Contestents from ‘Big Brother’ talk about their experiences since appearing on the reality TV show.
Director: Pete Woods.
1 x 60′

Chrysalis
for Channel 5
DocumentaryEditor
Unforgettable

Profiles of comedy actress Yootha Joyce and comics Frankie Howerd and Benny Hill.
Directors: Emma Clarke/Mark Turnbull/Tony Lee.
3 x 30′

Chrysalis
for ITV
DocumentaryEditor
Fashion Avenue with Jodie Kidd: London

Lifestyle Entertainment. Supermodel Jodie Kidd hits the world’s coolest places to shop and be seen.
Director: Sam Bartlett.
1 x 60′

Electric Sky
for Ultra HD
EntertainmentEditor
Inside West Coast Customs

Following the world famous car–customizing company as they design and create cars for the rich and famous.
Exec Prod. Peter Green.
2 x 60′

Giant Film
for Discovery HD
DocumentaryEditor
Under The Knife: Horror Stories

An investigation into the pros and cons of plastic surgery.
Director: Katinka Newman.
1 x 60′

Yorkshire
for ITV
DocumentaryEditor
Bar Wars

Two teams compete to be the most successful at running rival bars in a Greek resort.
Director: Dean Nobes.
8 x 30′

Initial
for Channel 4
Reality TVEditor
Crimewatch

Director: Ian Levison.

BBC
for BBC Two
Drama ReconstructionEditor
The Christine Hamilton Show

The formidable Hamilton’s chat to celebrities who have struggled to overcome adversity in their lives.
Director: Helen Downing.
1 x 30′

Princess Prods
for BBC Choice
Chat ShowEditor
Real EastEnders

A look at some of the characters and businesses from London’s East End, featuring interviews with Vidal Sassoon, Alan Sugar, Paul Ross and Derek Jameson.
Director: Jonathan Palmer.
1 x 30′

Roger Bolton
for ITV
DocumentaryEditor
The Slot: New Labour, New Language

Boris Johnson’s humorous look at the image of New Labour.
Director: Neil Crombie.
5 x 5′

Diverse
for Channel 4
EntertainmentEditor
Traffic: Trains

Why are the French railways so good and ours so bad?
Director: Paul Wooding.
1 x 60′

Lion TV
for BBC Two
DocumentaryEditor
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