Rogan Productions has appointed Nicholas Franklin as its new Head of Production.

Reporting to Managing Director Soleta Rogan and Creative Director James Rogan, Franklin joins the team from Passion Pictures.

Franklin’s output ranges from documentaries to drama and current affairs. His credits include  David Harewood: Psychosis and Me (BBC2), Catching Killers (Netflix), Charlie Hebdo: Three Days That Shook Paris (Channel4/Smithsonian), Stolen Daughters: Kidnapped by Boko Haram (HBO, BBC, Arte) and Locked Up Abroad (NatGeo).

Soleta Rogan, MD of Rogan Productions, said: “We’re excited to welcome Nick to the team at a key time in the company’s evolution. His truly impressive experience, vision and ambition make him a welcome addition to the senior leadership team and we’re very much looking forward to moving into the next period of growth with Nick on board.”

Nicholas Franklin said: “I have always been impressed by the breadth and quality of the output at Rogan Productions. I am looking forward to joining the teams in London and Glasgow and being a key part in the next stage of the company’s growth and development.”

Over the past twelve months, Rogan has produced films such as My Daughter’s Killer for Netflix, BBC Panorama Crisis In Care: Follow The Money, Gay Under The Taliban for All 4 and Made In The 80’s: The Decade That Shaped Our World, which aired this week. It was recently announced that Rogan will produce Signs For Change (w/t), with Rose Ayling-Ellis, to reveal the daily challenges, discrimination and barriers faced by deaf individuals, in a new hard-hitting documentary for the BBC.


Jon Creamer

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