Caroline Alton

Caroline careers ranges across News, Arts and R&D. She delivered the multi-platform Civilisations Festival accompanying BBC Two's documentary Civilisations, and was editorial lead on the BBC's award-winning first augmented reality app Civilisations AR in partnership with museums, galleries and libraries across the UK. She's created network factual and news content for digital, radio and TV throughout her career, working with the BBC's most senior presenters and correspondents, including News at 6 & 10, Radio 4's Today programme, Newsnight and BBC Four. Previous roles at BBC News include Royals Producer, Washington DC producer and output editor Radio 5 Live Breakfast. She has worked extensively throughout the UK and abroad producing films, live coverage and radio reports on a diverse range of major national and international news events, including the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. She is a Trustee of Turner Contemporary in Margate, in her birth county of Kent.

How the Fellowship impacted me

A profound enabler, equipping me with the practical skills to lead teams through the changing cultural and digital landscape whilst gaining insight and connecting with colleagues across the Cultural sector.