Colette Foster joined Endemol UK in 2007 to executive produce Channel 4’s hit factual entertainment series Supersize vs Superskinny (Channel 4). She went on to oversee production on the company’s immensely popular run of features series including Gok's Fashion Fix (Channel 4); The Sex Education Show (Channel 4) and Extreme Male Beauty (Channel 4).
As Joint Managing Director of Remarkable Television, Colette continues to executive produce series as well as developing and overseeing many other factual programmes.
Prior to joining Endemol UK, Colette was behind some of the UK’s most popular and groundbreaking feature programmes including 10 Years Younger, Embarrassing Illnesses and How to Look Good Naked.
Colette started her career at BBC Birmingham, working on flagship programmes for BBC One and BBC Two including The Clothes Show, Tracks, (which launched the career of Ray Mears), The Chelsea Flower Show and Gardener's World.
Nick Mather was appointed Joint Managing Director of Remarkable Television in June 2013.
Prior to this, Nick was Controller of Entertainment and Formats at Endemol UK and was formerly the company's Deputy Creative Director. He first joined Endemol from the BBC's format entertainment development team in 2005 and has since developed and produced numerous hit formats.
Nick's credits include co-creating BBC One's Pointless and working alongside Endemol's creative teams in the USA to develop 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show, which originally aired on BBC One and continues to sell internationally. His other credits include The Kids Are All Right (BBC One), which also continues to be sold in other territories; The Whole 19 Yards (ITV) and game show hit Golden Balls (ITV).
Michele Kurland joined Remarkable Television in February 2014 as Creative Director, further expanding Remarkable Television's slate of factual entertainment hits, creating and producing new formats as well as focusing on the continued development of existing hit shows.
Michele is a BAFTA award winning Factual Entertainment Producer. As Sky's former Head of Factual Entertainment she commissioned shows such as The Face with Naomi Campbell, My Kitchen Rules and Ashley Banjo's Big Town Dance. Michele previously worked at Talkback Thames Television as Head of Factual Entertainment and Executive Producer where she Executive Produced The Apprentice You're Fired, BAFTA winning Junior Apprentice and The Apprentice which won a BAFTA, Broadcast Award, BANFF, an Edinburgh International TV Festival award and a Rose d'Or among many others. Michele also worked at the BBC for 16 years.