This is the first ever podcast I made – sharing the stories of people over 70 years old, told in their own words. I actually have 8 more episodes of this, sharing the stories of some truly amazing people that I haven’t had time to finish editing, so watch this space… In the meantime, you […]
The way I got into audio was through oral history. It’s a way of democratising how certain histories are remembered. When I was living in Glasgow, I started the Settled in Glasgow Oral History Archive – it’s a collection of memories of Glaswegians who were born outside the UK. I also ended up co-curating an […]
I produced a 5 part series for Mental Health Awareness Week for the organisation This Can Happen, platforming people working to change the face of mental health in the workplace. They are on this page but are unfortunately behind a paywall so you’re going to have to be pretty keen if you want to hear […]
I produced a couple episodes The Rough Guide to Everywhere: a travel podcast that takes you out of the guidebook and into the wild. Metaphorically speaking – I did not get to travel to any of these places but, you know, chatting about them on the phone is also fun.
Before I started producing things, I got to work on some really great radio programmes as a researcher and AP for BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 3 and BBC World Service. Here’s a small list for your perusal: New Weird Britain The Alternative History of Art Breakfast with the Disruptors Select / Copy / Paste […]