BiographyBristol, Avon, England, UK
Ron Jones was born in Bristol in August 1945. Straight after leaving university he joined the BBC as a studio manager in local radio. At the end of October 1968 he transferred to television and became an assistant floor manager, in which capacity he subsequently worked on a wide range of programmes. Next came a two-year stint as a researcher, writer and occasional film insert director on "Blue Peter." His preference was for drama, however, and after gaining promotion to production manager he secured assignments on a number of productions including the popular series "Bergerac" and "Secret Army. Read more... "time also completed the BBC's internal director's course, and this led to him gaining his first credits as a bona fide director on the season nineteen DOCTOR WHO stories "Black Orchid" and "Time-Flight." He died in 1995.