Tags: radio

Audio adventures

There’s just something special about working with sounds. They leave just the right amount to the imagination, but give the listener enough to build that imagination. What I love most about working with radio, is how the spoken word contains

BBC World Service – Science in Action

Week 36, September 5th 2013 Reported on new silver nanoparticle technology on Science in Action Listen here… And read my article about it here…

BBC World Service, Science in Action – Money and mental acuity

Science in Action is a weekly BBC World Service programme. As part of a placement at BBC Radio Science Unit I reported on Dr Anandi Mani’s study (published in this weeks journal Science) in the week 35 episode: Growing brains

Inside Science – Show Us Your Instrument

Inside Science is a weekly dose of action-packed science on BBC Radio 4, first broadcast on Thursday’s at 4:30pm I was the Assistant Producer of week 35′s show: Research bias; sniffer dogs, lasers; roadkill I produced the ‘Lasers’ part of the show,

IC Radio – Mission Impossible

  Mission Impossible: A science radio show with gumption and edge. I presented, produced, and contributed to Mission Impossible in 2013. For more information on this year’s series, find them on Facebook.  

Pythagoras’ Trousers

  Pythagoras’ Trousers is a Radio Cardiff science show. Since September 2011, I have been producing a 10 minute report on a scientific subject of my choice. I have reported on The microbiome - episode 128 DIY Biology – episode 123

Life at the BBC: Day 1

So, today was the day. I started my month at the BBC Radio 4 Science Unit, and will be working on the shows Science in Action (BBC World Service) and Inside Science (BBC Radio 4). I was super excited to get

What’s inside your gut?

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 128 on June 20th 2013. Ever wondered what’s going on inside your gut?

For this podcast I spoke several people, as the amount of research in the field of microbiomes and

Adding depth

Just a quicky – something I learned about myself this Bank Holiday weekend. Yesterday, I met a lady who we are going to making a documentary with for my course. She was extremely inspirational, having had hydrocephalus for all of

Backstage at The Life Scientific

One of the biggest challenges I’ve come across when doing interviews for a radio piece or podcast, is that you have to be able to do many things at once: listen to the speaker, follow your set questions, remember things