Natalie von hurter

Natalie studied English Literature at University College London and, unsure what to do with it, swiftly fell into a career in documentaries. She’s worked for both the BBC and many of the industry’s finest independents, in both development and production. Her credits include Flight 587 (Horizon BBC2), Moscow Theatre Siege (Horizon BBC2, winner of the Silver Medal for Journalism at the New York Festival 2004), Killer Dinosaurs (BBC1), Gordon Ramsay’s The F-Word, S1 (C4), Jamie’s Eat to Save Your Life (C4), Britain’s Deadliest Addictions (C4), and Emmy nominated 9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers (C4).


In 2015, Natalie finally landed at the industry’s finest, Knickerbockerglory, with the principle hope of securing Graham-the-Mannequin as her second husband (just in case). He’s still playing hard to get... 


Since joining Knickerbockerglory, Natalie has Executive Produced the critically acclaimed My Name Is... and I'm an Alcoholic (Channel 5), and the follow up award winning series, Me and My...  (of which Me and My Mental Illness won Best Documentary at MIND Media Awards 2017). She also exec’d three series of Celebrities In Therapy, the ambitious social experiment Mind The Age Gap and the first series of The Secret World of Your Rubbish (Channel 5).  Natalie is currently overseeing the second series of Great British Gardens with Carol Klein, as well as Breaking My Food Addiction and The Female Orgasm (Channel 5). Strictly Street Dance will air early next year, on Channel 4. 


When Natalie isn’t making documentaries, she can generally be found trapped beneath her three ‘spirited’ little boys, skiing, or teaching yoga, which almost keeps her sane.