Fascinating people doing extraordinary things…
I’m usually a complete night-owl – I stay up late and can survive on 4 hours sleep if I have to – but when I was 100% raw, I was waking up at 5am without an alarm and full of energy. I was like: ‘I either need to go on a run or do something before I go to work’, because I was literally buzzing with energy.
“Harry and Meghan’s wedding was like nothing I’ve ever worked on. The Americans have always been fascinated by the royals but this time they had a seat at the table and they certainly made the most of it.”
“You’d like to think that sports that have massive impacts in underprivileged areas would be prioritised, but sadly the priority is always medals, and Great
“Social Media has made radio think smarter about where to put content,” says Nick Hancock, Deputy Group Content Director of multi-media company UKRD, and presenter
As the Managing Editor of National Prison Radio and Senior Producer at The Economist, Chris’s fascinating relationship with radio has seen him recently write his own book: The House of the Hill, the history of Brixton Prison, is set to be published by Tangerine Press in May 2019.
#KnapChat: Dr Louise Dann, United Nations’ Resource & Partnerships Advisor, on Digital Media & Health
“I’ve seen a lot of places and sadly a lot of poverty and inequality, but I always see hope, ambition and a determination to give