The Team
Full Fat TV Team

With a permanent base in Birmingham, we are a high quality long-running factual entertainment company, producing content for the world's biggest platforms including the BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5, Discovery and Sky.

Meet the team
Colette Foster FOUNDER & CEO

Colette is Full Fat’s founder and CEO and the mind behind a host of successful popular factual brands.

A former joint MD at Remarkable Television, she executive produced Supersize versus Superksinny, Gok’s Fashion Fix, The Sex Education Show, Mary’s Bottom Line, Restoration Home, The House That £100k Built, Secret Eaters, Superscrimpers, Katie Piper’s Bodyshockers and multi-platform series Sexperience. At Maverick TV she executive produced 10 Years Younger and created the formats How to Look Good Naked and Embarrassing Illnesses.

Colette is Brummie born and bred but Irish at heart. Her love of full fat food is an industry open secret.

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Ali joined Full Fat in 2017 and is responsible for the day to day running of the Company as well as overseeing all productions. He has over 2 decades production and operations experience in the television industry.

Before Full Fat Ali was at Maverick TV, overseeing various productions including the award-winning Embarrassing Bodies and Live From The Clinic; Was It Something I Said; Growing Up Downs; Bizarre Crime and My Naked Secret. He has also had long stints at CBBC, Silver River, Ricochet, Endemol and TWI on a variety of programme genres.

He lives in the Shropshire countryside with his wife and 2 boys. Ali spends most of his free time ferrying the boys around to numerous sporting activities.

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Catherine met Colette in a previous life at Remarkable Television. They have been happily reunited at Full Fat TV since 2018 where they politely disagree with each other in development and then politely fight over who gets to executive produce the new commissions.

Catherine’s previous exec producer credits include Snog Marry Avoid (Remarkable TV for BBC3), Superscrimpers (Remarkable TV for Channel 4), Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew (Shine TV for Sky), Britain’s Best Bakery (Shine TV for ITV), Choose the Right Puppy for you (RDF for BBC2), Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents (RDF for BBC3), The Hairy Biker’s Asian Adventure (BBC2) and Lorraine Pascale’s How to be a Better Cook (BBC2).

Catherine lives in Somerset with various animals including a Jack Russell Terrier called Emily-in-Paris. When she’s not working or looking after animals, she heads to the North Devon coast to surf.

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Donna came to Full Fat TV in 2018 to do a taster tape for what was to become The Bad Skin Clinic. Six series later she’s still here and is Executive Producer on this successful series for Warner Brothers Discovery with the wonderful Consultant Dermatologist Dr Emma Craythorne.

A former Series Producer at the BBC, Remarkable and Renegade Pictures, she has worked on BBC One’s What Not To Wear, Don’t Tell The Bride for BBC Three as well as Gok’s Clothes Roadshow, and the first series of Great Canal Journeys for Channel 4.

After many years in London, Donna now lives with her family in a cute Somerset village.

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Sam joined Full Fat TV as Director of Development in January 2022, following stints at Naked and Gobstopper TV.

Sam has produced and developed an eclectic mix of factual series including Lose Weight Like Me (C4), The Rap Game (BBC Three), Filthy Garden SOS (C5) and Desi Rascals (Sky).

Sam’s proud party trick is that he can perfectly replicate the seat belt noise from a plane.

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Rosie Polya Junior Assistant Producer

Rosie is a in the development team at Full Fat TV. Rosie has a background in health and loves working on factual programs that let her get stuck into fascinating stories spanning science, history and current affairs.

Her development work has led to commissions including The Skinny Jab Uncovered (BBC3), Easter Island Origins (PBS) and Concorde: The Race for Supersonic (Channel 4). Her production work has ranged from exploring longevity in series 2 of Limitless with Chris Hemsworth (National Geographic & Disney+) to investigating how coronavirus impacted the world of science for the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures (BBC4).

Her most memorable TV moment so far has been managing the complex logistics of navigating llamas safely through a grade I listed building.

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Fiona Fung Production Manager

Fiona is one of Full Fat’s Production Managers, having worked on The Skinny Jab Uncovered (BBC3), Musical Masterpieces (Sky Arts) and other ongoing titles.


Hailing from South East Asia, Fiona started her TV career in Glasgow working on Arts History documentaries as part of the Channel 4 Production Training scheme. She then joined the BBC in Salford where she worked across genres, from Children’s TV, Sitcoms, and Live Studio.  Since leaving the BBC in 2019, she has worked on a variety of shows from motor show Fifth Gear, BAFTA-winning daytime series The Great House Giveaway, and reality shows The Circle and Real Housewives of Cheshire.


Her greatest TV challenge to date was organising a live link up between a studio in Manchester and Steve Backshall who was scuba diving under the sea with sharks in the Bahamas.  She was glad she was on dry land.


Fiona’s “happy place” is traveling through the jungle of Temburong by long boat.


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