Tim Carter

Tim Joined ITV Studios in January 2018 as Managing Director of Shiver, ITV's premier factual and factual entertainment label. His mission is build on Shiver's success at ITV to create a major supplier to broadcasters across the UK and further afield. Previously, Tim was CEO of Warner Bros. owned Twenty Twenty, where over the past decade he cemented its reputation as a BAFTA, RTS and EMMY winning producer of global factual entertainment hits such as First Dates (C4) and The Choir (BBC), alongside a burgeoning scripted business.

Ana De Moraes

Based in London, Ana oversees the company’s creative strategy and coordinates the development of new ideas across all genres. Before joining Shiver in 2018 she was Head of New Formats at TwoFour, where she created formats including Change Your Tune and Make Me Younger. In her previous role as Creative Director for the BBC’s Development Central she coordinated development across all non scripted genres. And during the 9 years working at Twenty Twenty she was responsible for multi-award winning formats including The World’s Strictest Parents, The Choir and First Dates.

Richard Hastings

Richard Hastings leads Shiver’s Factual Entertainment and Formats team. He joined Shiver in September 2015 from BBC Entertainment where he created formats including Home Away from Home and When I Get Older for BBC One; You Make Me Feel Like Dancing for BBC Two; and Young Talent of the Year and Don’t Drop the Baby for BBC Three. Richard’s previous credits include: The Big Breakfast, Light Lunch, Late Lunch, Show Me the Money, Confessions and My Kind of Music.

Mark Robinson

Mark has executive produced a wide range of projects for Shiver on behalf of ITV, Channel Four, Channel 5 and Sky. As a leading light in shows celebrating our cultural and popular history he set up the 100 Greatest format for Channel Four and has since looked after The Nation’s Favourite…for ITV, a brand which has revealed the stories behind the songs of icons like Abba, the Bee Gees and Elvis Presley. Mark pioneered the Monday night ITV travelogue slot with series like The Lakes, The Dales, Little England and Tales From Northumberland With Robson Green. He also executive produced all six series of the Rose D’Or nominated daytime – and now international – hit series May The Best House Win and has recently looked after titles as diverse as Coronation Street – 50 Years, 50 Moments, The Talent Show Story, Super Tiny Animals, Newsflash – Stories That Stopped The World, Being Poirot and The Miners’ Strike & Me.