I have over 15 years podcast making experience, producing a variety of formats including studio discussions, documentaries, storytelling and multi-layered soundscapes. Here are some highlights.

Podcasts

 

Hometown:A Killing

I produced and was sound engineer on this 6-part true crime series for BBC Sounds/Forest Productions.

 

Journalist Mobeen Azhar moves back to his hometown of Huddersfield to cover the death of Mohammed Yassar Yaqub but realises that there is a much bigger story in town. He opens a pandora's box of violent crime, gangs and drug dealing which puts his personal safety at real risk.

Dead Man Talking

I produced and sound engineered this true crime series for Audioboom.  The series is based around an interview journalist Alex Hannaford recorded with Angel Resendiz - the Railroad Killer- back in 2003, in which he told Alex about additional murders. In the series we explore whether there is any truth in these confessions, and whether innocent people are serving life sentences.  We reached number 1 in the Apple podcast chart and had over 3 million downloads .

BFI Podcast

I'm producing the relaunched BFI Podcast presented by Henry Barnes and Anna Bogutskaya. The podcast covers the very best in screen culture, from film to TV to gaming.

Design Museum

 To accompany The Design Museum's exhibition celebrating the bicycle, I produced a podcast representing the different tribes of cycling. You'll hear stories and sounds of the BMX, urban riding, track cycling and cargo bikers. 

Waterfront Podcast

 I made a monthly podcast for the Canal & River Trust which told the stories of people who live, work and play on our waterways. These programmes featured bespoke music and rich wildlife recordings. 

The Guardian

Since 2008 I have been producing panel discussions, magazine shows and documentaries for The Guardian including the UK’s most downloaded sports podcast - Football Weekly.

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