Siân Price is Creative Director at Yeti and to date has exec-produced most of their output. Yeti were named Multi-Channel Production Company of the Year at the 2023 Broadcast Digital Awards and in recent years have won several awards for their programmes including three RTS, a Bafta, a Celtic Media Award and an International Broadcast Award – along with a Grierson & Asian Media Award nomination.
Yeti have won commissions for a range of broadcasters and are the only Welsh company in Channel 4’s Indie Growth Fund. Recent productions include The Great Big Tiny Design Challenge with Sandi Toksvig (More4), Spike Milligan: The Unseen Archive (Sky Arts), Coast to Coast Food Festival (BBC1) and The Truth About My Murder (CBS). Current productions include: The Truth About My Murder Series 2 (CBS), Prue Leith’s Cotswold Kitchen (ITV1), The Car Boot Kings (Channel 4), I Was Bullied (CBBC) and Osborne House: Royal Retreat (Channel 5).
Prior to Yeti, Siân was an award-winning programme maker and showrunner on landmark series including Coast (BBC2), The Great Guide (BBC2) The People Remember (BBC1) and Time Team (Channel 4). Described as a factual programming powerhouse, she’s led teams of 5 through to 60 on a range of output from blue-chip specialist factual through to formats, features, as-live events and obs-doc series. Siân is also a multi-award-winning radio producer and author of the best-selling book ‘If You’re Reading This’ – a history of soldier’s farewell letters.