James Fox joined Remarkable Television in 2012 as Head of Entertainment and Executive Producer on Pointless (BBC ONE) and The Million Pound Drop (Channel 4). In 2014, he was appointed Creative Director of Remarkable Games, a production hub within Remarkable specialising in game and quiz shows with credits including Two Tribes (BBC TWO) and Ejector Seat (ITV).
Prior to joining Remarkable, James worked in a range of senior development and production roles both in the UK and US. His credits include: The Bank Job (Channel 4), 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow (BBC ONE) and The Great American Road Trip (NBC).
As Joint Managing Director alongside Kitty Walshe, James is responsible for building on Remarkable's entertainment output for both the UK and international markets, as well as the continued development of existing hits both on TV and in the digital landscape.
Kitty started her career working on cookery programmes and driving Bunsen burners before spreading her wings and travelling the world making CNN's international arts series. 5 years at ITV followed, working on shows like Tenants from Hell, Airline, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here and personal favourite It Shouldn't Happen to a TV Vet! She is also credited with Wife Swap and What Not to Wear.
Since joining Remarkable in 2006, Kitty has series produced Channel 4 series' Supersize vs Superskinny, Gok's Fashion Fix, & Food: What's In Your Basket.
She went on to executive produce successful Channel 4 series Gok's Clothes Roadshow, Gok Live, Gok at the Races, Secret Eaters and Stars at your Service in aid of Stand Up To Cancer.
After a brief spell as Head of Features at TwoFour where she executive produced Doctor In Your House for Channel 4, she returned to Remarkable as Joint Managing Director in 2015 to lead the charge on new commissions.