Working with the award winning BBC Radio 4’s investigative documentary programme, File on 4, has been insightful in not only researching, reporting, and producing journalism that holds organisations, authorities and individuals to account, but also highlights injustices, negligence and corruption, all in a 37 minute programme with creative storytelling and sounds. I learnt how to … More File on 4: Abandoned in Afghanistan
A condition that effects 1 in 10 women in the UK, Endometriosis causes debilitating period pain, heavy bleeding, and in some cases, infertility. The month of March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, and after learning about the condition, I wanted to raise awareness of the subject. I spoke to an islander, Lee-Ann Hawkes for both BBC … More Endometriosis for BBC Channel Islands TV
A few weeks ago, I joined the Red Balloons Charity group walk on a Sunday morning. It was a beautifully sunny day, and I joined the group for the walk, talking about everything from Hirschprungs’s disease to festivals. I filmed the group for BBC One in the Channel Islands after a previous radio interview I … More Mental Health Walk and Talk Group for BBC News
In one week, I heard references to Deputies in The States of Guernsey being referred to put their “big boy pants on” to make a decision. As only 8 women sit in the 38 seats of Deputies, I wanted to explore the impact of these comments, are they being made because the government in Guernsey … More The Impact of Gendered Language on BBC Guernsey
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