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Dan recently produced the final series of Chris Chibnall's acclaimed Broadchurch; the first episode of which attracted ITV's biggest drama audience since Downton Abbey with a consolidated figure of 10.7 million. Beginning his career as an Assistant Director, Dan worked on an eclectic mix of drama and features including award-winning productions - 'Boy A' with director John Crowley, Paddy Considine's 'Tyrannosaur', 'The Mark of Cain' and 'The Crimson Petal & The White' with director Marc Munden, 'Appropriate Adult' with director Julian Jarrold, 'Birdsong' with director Philip Martin, 'House of Saddam' with director Alex Holmes, and Lynne Ramsay's 'Swimmer'. Dan's producing debut was BBC Films/Lionsgate UK's hit comedy feature 'What We Did On Our Holiday' - written & directed by Guy Jenkin and Andy Hamilton.
Suzanna is an international grade 3 para-dressage rider and blogger for Horse and Hound who has overcome a life-changing injury to become European para-dressage champion as well as winning triple gold as a first time competitor. Suzanna was competing at two-star level eventing before an accident while riding a young horse at home in 2012 changed her life. After more than 170 days in hospital and nine operations, Suzanna swapped her wheelchair for crutches, got back in the saddle and returned to work. In 2017 alone, Suzanna gained a place on her first championship team, won three gold medals at the Europeans, was moved up onto the National Lottery World Class Podium squad, received a BEF Medal of Honour at Olympia, and ended the year as FEI world number one in her grade.
Sir Charles is Hope Professor of Zoology at Jesus College, Oxford. He is a population biologist with broad interests in the environmental sciences and has published in fundamental and applied areas of ecology, evolution and epidemiology. He is interested in, and has chaired several national groups on, how the global food system will need to change and adapt to the challenges facing humanity in the 21st century, and in particular in the concept of sustainable intensification, and the relationship between food production, ecosystem services and biodiversity. He is also a member of the writing team for the UN’s Committee on World Food Security, High Level Panel of Experts report on Climate Change and Food Security.
Iqbal Adamjee is the founding trustee and Chairman of Childlife Foundation, based in Karachi. The Childlife Foundation was established seven years ago and has transformed the lives of poor children suffering from substandard care in government hospitals to care of excellence in the same hospitals by having taken over the management from government to private initiative. It will treat over a million children free of charge in 2018 in three emergency centres. The organisation has been recognised locally and internationally and gained affiliations with the likes of Stanford and John Hopkins who send doctors and nurses free of costs to empower treatment and care.
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