Pat Younge

Director of Media

“I believe The Foundation is a ‘moonshot’ programme that will transform the prospects of people with Extreme Disability.”

Managing Director of Cardiff Productions, Pat is an award-winning journalist and creative leader with 30 years’ experience, working at major broadcasters at home and abroad. He was the Chief Creative Officer for BBC Television Production, responsible for 3000 staff in all genres, generating annual turnovers in excess of £400m. Prior to that he was the President of US cable network, Travel Channel Media, and launched critically acclaimed shows like ‘Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations’ and global hit, ‘Man v Food’. At BBC Sport, Pat led the transformation of the world’s biggest annual rugby tournament, introducing prime-time kick-offs and the ‘Super Saturday’ climax. A digital evangelist, his recent HackTheMoon project was shortlisted for a Webby award.