"I had never felt such a redneck in my life."
Angela Wallis was told early on that she wouldn’t make it to her dream job of working at the BBC. So after years as a Social Worker it was quite a surprise when she found her self with a one-time shot at her dream. A life-affirming story about how resilience can pay off.
Angela worked for the BBC for 18 years originally as a researcher then as a producer, director and executive producer. She made consumer shows but moved on to make travel documentaries around the world. Latterly she ran the new talent proposition where she often auditioned new on screen performers (which is quite ironic, when you hear her piece). She now lives in Tel Aviv and edits scripts , writes short stories and coaches adults in communication skills.