Graham Stuart

co-founder
So Television

Graham Stuart co-founded So Television with Graham Norton in September 2000.  Since then he has continued to executive produce the multi-award winning Graham Norton franchise in the UK and US as well as develop many new projects for the company.  He won the Best Entertainment Programme BAFTA for So Graham Norton in 2001 and again for The Graham Norton Show in 2013.  He won the BAFTA for Best Comedy Entertainment Programme for The Graham Norton Show in 2015.

He was until August 2000 the Controller of Entertainment for United Film and Television Productions, part of United News and Media – one of the world’s largest media groups.  There he oversaw United’s Entertainment contributions across all the major terrestrial and cable/satellite networks.

He has previously worked as the Head of Entertainment Features at LTW, Head of Factual Entertainment at Tiger Aspect and as a freelance producer for Hat Trick, Talkback and Open Media.

Stuart graduated from the University of Aberdeen with an Honours Degree in English in 1978.  He trained at BBC Radio in London and worked as a Radio Producer and Presenter with Radio Tay and Radio Scotland.  He then joined Scottish Television as a sports reporter and presenter.  He joined the Special Programmes Department at LWT in 1986.

He is married to television producer Patricia McGowan and has two sons.