About Us

Ed Wardle


Ed is an executive producer and acclaimed film-maker with a reputation for delivering ground-breaking and engaging series, often self-shot from the most extreme places on earth.  BAFTA nominated, he has carved a significant name for himself in specialist factual television, both in front and behind the camera.

Ed has produced stand-out shows for all the major UK and US broadcasters. He has consistently delivered highly acclaimed series including the international hit ‘Alone In The Wild’ for Channel 4 and National Geographic Channel, which defined a new genre of survival programmes.

Ed took ‘rig’ filming to new extremes in the history series ‘Shackleton – Death Or Glory’ for DNI and PBS, covering the impossible, 800 mile crossing of the Southern Ocean in a wooden boat.

One of the foremost experts in filming in extreme environments, Ed has also produced five series on Everest including three seasons of the award winning ‘Everest Beyond The Limit’ for Discovery US and ‘Extreme Everest with Ant Middleton’ for Channel 4.

Amanda Murray


Amanda is an award-winning executive producer with over thirty years’ experience making highly acclaimed documentary series and popular factual television for the UK and international broadcasters.

As executive producer for several UK indies she has overseen a wide range of output with a focus on delivering returnable access-driven series and winning business in this area.

As a Producer Director at the BBC she worked on flagship shows like QED and Animal Hospital and soon became the Deputy Editor of Tomorrows World.   She won her first BAFTA nomination as show runner on the hugely successful documentary series The Farmer Wants A Wife which she devised for ITV.  The series went on to become an international format and is still a long running hit.  Since then she’s made a diverse range of successful, prime time, factual series including Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escape for Channel 4, Things I Hate About You for Bravo/NBC in the US and Mountain Vets for BBC2.

A popular trouble-shooting Exec’ Amanda has also been drafted in by both Channel 4 and the BBC to reshape and turn around several prime-time series, winning a BAFTA for This Farming Life for BBC2 – and creating a returnable series that’s now in its fifth run.

Amanda set up Fearless Television with Ed Wardle off the back of their first commission The Motorway, for Channel 5.  Winning exclusive access to National Highways they produced a ratings winner.  Described by Ben Frow as one of his ‘hit shows’, The Motorway is now a highly successful long running, returning documentary series.

Belinda Cherrington


Emmy award winning executive producer Belinda Cherrington has a track record both developing and delivering successful, primetime, documentary, popular factual, history and adventure series for the UK and US markets including, Netflix, National Geographic/Disney Plus, Discovery Plus, Magnolia, Vice, PBS, Smithsonian, ITV 1, BBC 2, 3 and 4, Channel 5 and Channel 4.

Specialising in access-based film making she has over 20 years of experience creating successful working partnerships with a broad range of institutions including the US Navy, the UK Ministry of Defence, The Police, The National Health Service, The Royal College of Surgeons, The Attorney General, The International Olympic Committee –  as well as a broad range of commercial entities, NGOs, individuals, and on-screen talent.

At Fearless her focus is developing new returning factual series that will support the company’s commitment to expansion and growth in the premium factual documentary and popular factual market.

Danny Rawling


Danny has worked for some of the world’s biggest producers including Fremantle, Objective Media Group, All3Media America, ITV Studios and the BBC.

He’s successfully developed entertainment and factual entertainment formats for both the UK and US broadcasters including BBC1, 2, THREE and 4, ITV1, Channel 4, BBC Scotland, RTE and Game Show Network – shows include A Question of Genius for BBC2, Sport Relief: The Big TRYathlon for BBC Scotland, Now You See It for BBC1 and more recently The Snowman: The Film that Changed Christmas for Channel 4.

Danny has also worked in production as a producer, edit producer and series producer but developing ideas is where Danny’s heart is.  He’s prolifically creative and passionate about devising innovative and exciting shows with global appeal. He’ll try and turn anything into a format given half the chance.  He’s joined Fearless to lend his format development expertise in creating returnable series to fuel Fearless’ commitment to further expand into the premium factual documentary and popular factual space.

Sam Garner


Sam joined Fearless in 2022, overseeing the management and delivery of The Motorway series 3 and 4 for Channel 5.

Sam has worked in TV for over 10 years and as a Line Producer and Production Manager he’s run a wide range of projects, from single documentaries to multi part series for several UK and international broadcasters.  His credits include the award winning documentary series Three Mothers, Two Babies and A Scandal (Bafta Scotland) for Amazon Prime Video, Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby for BBC2 and Shakespeare Uncovered for BBC4 & PBS.

Helen Andrews


Helen is a versatile producer and journalist with almost 10 years’ experience in factual television for the UK broadcasters. She has delivered programming across all the different factual genres –  from fast turnaround current affairs programmes to factual entertainment series.

She has produced live, topical and political debate shows for the BBC such as The Big Questions and Question Time and  has turned business research into stories for the BBC’s Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars and Channel 4’s Supershoppers.  Her experience as a journalist has led her to find the right case studies and contributors for numerous series, including arts programmes for the BBC and Sky Arts and a number of different Channel 4 documentary series.

Helen joined as producer on The Motorway in 2023 and is part of the Fearless development team with a focus on access documentaries.


Johanna Reinhold


Johanna joined Fearless in 2023 to support the post production process for series 3 and 4 of The Motorway. Previously, Johanna has worked on a range of factual entertainment and live sports programmes for the BBC, More4 and Eurosport.