Roy has a distinguished career spanning five decades, with his experience of working for major broadcasters including; BBC, ITV and CBS.
In his early career, after his A Levels, Roy joined the RAF for short service commission as navigator and then started work for BBC TV at Lime Grove Studios as camera assistant.
He went on to join the ITV channel and became youngest ever senior cameraman working on first televised Royal Variety Show at Victoria Palace.
Roy was headhunted to work for CBS of America and worked on the Person to Person Series in Paris, Vienna, Munich, and an award-winning Vatican programme from Rome.
Roy went on to re-join BBC as senior programme director working on prestige programmes such as World Cup '66. Highlights include covering the Royal Marriage of Prince Charles and Diana and being responsible for Althorp House coverage and their honeymoon departure.
Amongst the many high profile programmes Roy has produced, he also covered 20 Sir Harry Secombe HIGHWAY programmes, including Specials at London Gatwick Airport and on QE2.
He also directed television coverage of Pope's arrival at London Gatwick Airport.