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    Over the last few years my films have earned some great reviews. Here are what critics have had to say and other interesting facts.
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    HANNAH JONES – BBC1

    What a subtle and often incredibly understated rollercoaster ride of emotion this documentary from Martin Hicks wasDaily Telegraph

    This documentary drew an audience of 4million and was the 2nd highest rating documentary after BBC1’s highly promoted Wounded documentary.

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    DIET OR MY HUSBAND DIES – BBC1

    It leaves the audience in no doubt about the emotional dilemas that face anybody wanting to donate an organ – Sunday Independent

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    DELIA – BBC2

     “as attempts at midlife reinvention go, there’s no denying that this is a plucky one.” Daily Telegraph

    Having been given the task of reinventing Delia Smith. This six part series brought her back to the TV screens after many years away. As well as a great deal of press it also generated an audience rating well above the BBC2 average.

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    IT’S A MAD WORLD – BBC1

    “It’s A Mad World manages to be sensitive without being sentimental. Martin Hicks treats his subjects with refreshing candour and normality”  The Guardian

    “It’s a programme that represents everything our clients experience in such an understanding way” MIND

    This documentary was exec’d by Richard Curtis.

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    SKINT – BBC1

    Skint “Different from most documentaries, showing the poorer parts of society without any hand wringing judgements”  Daily Telegraph

    “Skint simply went out and struck gold in the street – A very endearing series indeed.” The Guardian

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