BBC commissioning editor, Nasfim Haque, has joined BBC Three as Channel Editor until the summer as the channel gears up for a return to broadcast TV on February 1st.

Fiona Campbell is currently overseeing the Factual, Arts & Classical Music team on an interim basis alongside her role as Controller, BBC Three.

Haque’s BBC Three Channel Editor role will work closely with Fiona to oversee the delivery of the 2022/23 slate and will begin work on the plans for 23/24 commissioning commitments as well as managing the content supply and partnerships with the Nations.

Fiona Campbell, Controller BBC Three “It’s brilliant news that Nasfim will be joining BBC Three to help support me at such a pivotal time for the channel. Reaching young audiences is a priority for the BBC and Nasfim brings with her a wealth of experience alongside a fantastic track record and deep understanding of how to do it.”

Nasfim Haque says: “It’s great to be back at BBC Three and to join at such an exciting time for the channel. There are some brilliant shows coming down the line and big plans for the future and I look forward to working closely with Fiona and the BBC Three team.”

Haque joined the BBC Three team in 2016 as digital editor where she looked after digital content across YouTube, Social and iPlayer. She was then appointed as Digital Commissioner of short-form and commissioned the award-winning Things Not to Say, and the original BAFTA nominated Eating with my Ex. In 2020, she joined the Popular Factual commissioning team, her titles include Meet The Khans, Nail Bar Boys and the forthcoming Dubai Hustle and Brickies amongst her portfolio.

Haque will be based in Birmingham.

Jon Creamer

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