As Producer and Executive Producer Judith Holder's been making network TV since the l980s. Her career took off at LWT's entertainment department producing Clive James, Michael Aspel and Dame Edna Everage, and she went on to originate such landmark television as sending Joanna Lumley to a desert island, reuniting the children from The Sound of Music, having Victoria Wood look at the diet industry, and both writing and producing the Grumpy Old Women series for BBC2. She also exec'd sci-fi comedy Red Dwarf. Judith originated and produced a series on the history of gardening for BBC4 and one on bereavement for BBC Two - see how versatile she is - and even one on gadgets with John Cleese despite the fact that she is something of a gadgetphobe.

She's been nominated for two BAFTAs, is a best-selling author and co-writer of the internationally successful Grumpy Old Women stage shows.

Recently she has been a visiting research fellow at the University of Oxford's Institute of Population Ageing finding out about the process of ageing since she has been mining a seam of comedy about it for some time.