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The Climate Question: The 'unequivocal' consequences of climate change
A UN report says climate change is happening much more quickly than we thought, with 40% of the world's population already "highly vulnerable" to the impacts. Sophie Eastaugh and Jordan Dunbar discuss the findings with a panel of experts.
Newsday - Hurricane Ian devastates communities in Florida - Sounds
From around 27 mins, speaking on latest events in Iraq and Kurdistan Region.
BBC World Service - Iraq impasse
I was on the BBC World Service today at the crack of dawn, speaking about the ongoing political impasse in Iraq and the technical committee set up to look at a roadmap to early elections... and if that is possible...
In conversation with James Hanson at BBC Bristol
Tune in from 1:34:41 - 1:45:53 to hear Evelyn Heis and Eden Ng converse about the BMAG's decision to return a colonial painting on display.
World Service - Business Daily, Cost of living: Mechanics
As part of our cost of living series we look at how mechanics are coping. We hear from two businesses in Lagos struggling to break even and find out about supply line problems. In this Business Daily mini series we're exploring how businesses we all use regularly are being affected …
Interview on BBC Radio WM
Interviewed by Kathryn Stanczyszyn about my experiences as a young journalist and what it’s been like living in Birmingham for the past three years.
Radio 4 - Woman's Hour, Sarah Brown sings Mahalia Jackson, Performative activism, Over-exercising
Sarah Brown has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry. She grew up singing gospel in a Pentecostal church, which first inspired her love of Mahalia Jackson’s music. To mark the 50th anniversary of Mahalia’s death, Sarah has released an album in tribute to her heroine. …
The Climate Question: Counting the cost of fashion
The journey from catwalk, to wardrobe, to landfill is getting shorter. Around 100 billion garments are produced each year, so what impact does this have on the climate? Programme I co-presented for the BBC World Service.
World Service - The Inquiry, Do climate conferences make a difference?
COP 26 is just around the corner and hopes are high that nations will act to cut CO2 emissions. But the pandemic may limit what can be achieved. Presented by Tanya Beckett COP 26 is just around the corner and expectations are high that nations commit to reduce CO2 emissions. …
World Service - The Inquiry, Is Brazil heading for a constitutional crisis?
The President of Brazil is reluctant to play by the rules and is willing to go to great lengths to secure a second term. Presented by Tanya Beckett. The President of Brazil is reluctant to play by the rules. Elections are due next year and Bolsonaro is increasingly at loggerheads …
Bouldering with Hannah Smith
Hannah Smith is a professional climber from Glasgow who began competing at the age of 12 after overcoming her fear of heights. She now climbs for Team GB and hopes that the sport’s debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics might inspire more women into the sport.
World Service - Newshour, How to make cities more climate change resilient
The UN predicts that by 2050 nearly 70 per cent of the world’s population will live in cities. Many of these urban areas are expected to be affected by climate change in one way or another. Lauren Sorkin of the Resilient Cities Network spoke to Newshour's Razia Iqbal about what …
Nightlife Report on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Featured on the Friday breakfast show 8am news story with the findings from the Tab’s investigation into nightlife safety and spiking in Cambridge. In an interview with Louise Hulland I spoke about what our research found, how venues have responded and what the next steps are for improving safety.
BBC Look East Spiking Report
Following the Tab’s investigation into nightlife safety in Cambridge, I was featured as part of a spiking story on BBC Look East. I spoke about our findings as well as how Cambridge venues have responded and why it is unfair that young people have to worry about protecting themselves from …
Radio 4 - New Frequencies, Episode 1
A new series showcasing stories by writers between the ages of 16 and 21: Little Boat On The Sea by Lydia Roskoszek and The Fall Of Man by Imogen McHugh. A new series showcasing the work of writers between the ages of 16 and 21. Part One Little Boat On …
World Service - The Documentary, The world according to search
A look at popular and puzzling internet searches from around the world. What can we learn about a culture from what they search online? From xenophobia in Nigeria, shut-in teenagers in Japan, India’s biometric identity card, and the creation of viral TikTok slang, we look at the search trends that …
Radio 5 live - Live Wires - 'We’re not rare, we’re just invisible'
When I was 15 I went to party and I fell over a bit awkwardly. I found this little mound, a molehill in my abdomen, and I thought, “that wasn’t there before, that’s weird”. It turned out I had stage 4 cancer and the initial diagnosis was ovarian cancer. That …
Interview on BBC Radio WM
I was invited back to speak on BBC Radio WM about the problems faced by students attempting to get visas for their studies abroad.
Interview on BBC Radio WM
I was interviewed on the BBC Radio WM breakfast show about the return of students to universities in September, and the prospect of a vaccination mandate.
The sport I love damaged my brain
Alix Popham, a former top rugby player, is confronting what his doctors say are the devastating effects of thousands of bangs on the head. BBC World Service podcast and radio programme.
World Service - Outlook, Saving the songs of the Sahara
Fadimata Walet Oumar learned how to sing and dance in northern Mali under the light of the desert moon. Her people, the Tuaregs, traditionally lived as nomads on the fringes of the Sahara but successive wars, droughts and famines have fundamentally changed their lives. However her love of music never …
Saving the songs of the Sahara
Fadimata Walet Oumar founded a globally-acclaimed band when she was forced to flee her home in northern Mali and ended up in a refugee camp. BBC World Service podcast and radio programme.