Tilusha Ghelani

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Tilusha Ghelani is a British radio and TV comedy producer. She joined the BBC in 2002 as a producer in Radio Light Entertainment. She produced the TV series Nurse starring Paul Whitehouse, and now works on the BBC Comedy commissioning team. Ghelani served as a judge for the 2003 Perrier Comedy Award. [1]

Programmes she has produced and/or directed include:

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  3. BBC Press Office Programme Information
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