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TV producer

Stuart finds his background in physics useful when making TV programmes.

"I could never understand why people don't find physics interesting; physics is about how everything around you works," says Stuart, who makes TV documentaries. Stuart studied electronics at university before moving into TV production.

"At university I became editor of the student newspaper and just got into storytelling. It was quite a big moment for me to give up science, but I do use my science knowledge in my job a lot, so I feel okay with it. TV production is a very technical thing. Having a physics background means I can do a better job as I have a much better understanding of how cameras and lighting work."

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