She specializes in videogames and virtual worlds, and Channel 4 Education’s 2009 slate includes Routes, a cross-platform game tackling DNA and genetic testing, Smokescreen, a cross-platform game on the subject of privacy, online security and surveillance, and 1066 The Game, a web game depicting the events of the battles of 1066. Bow Street Runner, C4 Education’s first game commission, won a Children’s BAFTA in 2008.
Alice was a judge for the 2006 & 2007 Independent Games Festival, the D&AD awards 2008, and IndieCade 2009. Alice founded the gamecentric blog Wonderland (www.wonderlandblog.com) and writes about gaming for sites and magazines, including The Guardian, New Statesman, and Kotaku.
Alice joined Channel 4 from BBC Worldwide, where she was Vice President, Digital Media for the USA’s west coast operations.
Placing a premium on “innovation and experiment in the form and content” of its programming, Channel 4 has been Britain's most cutting edge, controversial and creative broadcaster of the last two decades.
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Channel 4 commissions all its programmes from third parties and has played the leading role in helping nurture and grow a vibrant community of independent producers in the UK.