Katy Jones is a television executive producer, with more than 20 years’ experience as an investigative journalist.

Katy Jones
Katy Jones

She was the factual producer of Jimmy McGovern’s Hillsborough drama documentary, for which she won a BAFTA.

Katy has produced a number of other award-winning factual dramas, including Tony Marchant’s 2008 Iraq film, The Mark of Cain; Jimmy McGovern’s Sunday, about the events of Bloody Sunday; Simon Beaufoy’s  9/11 feature film Yasmin; and Neil McKay’s RIP Boy about the murder of Zahid Mubarek at Feltham Young Offenders Institution.

Katy also spent five years working on the Granada current affairs series World in Action, where her investigations led to several inquiries such as the 1990 Pin Down Inquiry into child abuse in Staffordshire, headed by Allan Levy QC.