Daisy Goodwin has just formed her own production company, Silver River Productions. Her credits spread across the BBC, Channel 4 and Five, read like a roll call of lifestyle TV:
Whilst at Talkback (since 1998)
Daisy Goodwin, a Harkness scholar who attended Columbia Film School after gaining a degree in History at Cambridge University, began her TV career at the BBC as an arts producer. At Television Centre, she made films about literary figures, and devised Bookworm and The Nations Favourite Poems Initiative. Whilst at the BBC she also devised the hugely successful shows Looking Good and Home Front.
The mother of two children, Daisy also finds time to dream up and edit poetry anthologies, including the bestseller 101 Poems That Could Save Your Life.
Daisy recently made her debut as a presenter in the BBC2 production of Essential Poems (To Fall In Love With) followed by Essential Byron and Essential Poems for Britain which were transmitted in 2003.