As part of my work, I produce and edit podcasts. My own independent show about 1920s detective fiction, Shedunnit, won a bronze award at the 2019 British Podcast Awards and was described as “a small but perfectly formed little gem” by the Observer. Find out more and listen here.
Until 2018, I ran the podcast operation for the New Statesman magazine and co-hosted the popular pop culture podcast SRSLY. You can hear the archive here. We were shortlisted for “Best Review Show” at the 2017 British Podcast Awards.
An incomplete list of other podcasts I have appeared on is available here.
Podcasts I have worked on recently include: Changed My Mind for the Depolarisation Project at Stanford University, What Next for London for London First, Israel from Right to Left, and Haptic & Hue.
I have also made branded podcasts for clients including Lloyds Bank and the healthcare communications agency Havas Lynx.