I'm an audio and radio producer making material for broadcast and beyond.

The podcast series of 8 docs, dramas and interviews I produced and directed, The Sound of Anger, was nominated in 3 categories in the British Podcast Awards and won Gold in two of them: Smartest and Best Wellbeing.

I won Gold at the Audio Production Awards (APAs) 2019 for my work on Folk on Foot, and the podcast also won Silver at the UK Podcast Awards in 2019. I won Bronze at the APAs in 2018 (Best Audiobook/Readings Producer) and Bronze in 2017 (Best Arts/Music Doc /Feature Maker).

I've just finished making 5 episodes of BBC Radio 4 series, Green Originals, profiling people involved in the recent history of environmentalism: Judith Wright, Margaret Thatcher, Ken Saro-Wiwa, James Hansen and Severn Cullis-Suzuki.

I made the last 9 episodes of When Greeks Flew Kites, BBC Radio 4's late night history programme with Sarah Dunant, make editions of the podcast, Folk on Foot, and series of dramas and short features, The Sound of Anger, for QMUL Centre for the History of Emotions.

Most recently for Radio 4 I've made 2 episodes of A Choral History of Britain and arts features about William Blake A Vision on Peckham Rye and the notorious painting L’Origine du Monde as well as contributing episodes to The History of Ideas

For The Guardian, I've created a short experimental series about Piers Plowman. For Radio 3 I produced Night Waves and a Sunday Feature about the cultural history of weeping: Margaret, Are you Grieving.

I've made Books at Bedtime and short stories for Radio 4, (Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont and Wintertide, for example) and audio guides for The British Museum.

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