This is a selection of my recent audio and broadcast work -- including Tape Club, a self-produced podcast review show; culture reviews on Monocle's online radio station and BBC Radio 5 Live; and a series about radio and podcasting, made with the Telegraph and co-hosted by the great Gillian Reynolds.


Episode #2 of my self-produced podcast review show, Tape Club, spotlighting a live music podcast from NPR, a fresh angle on the news from the New York Times, and one of the best things on Radio 4.


Segment on BBC Radio 4's Front Row discussing the success of S-Town and new developments in the world of 'scripted' (i.e. dramatic) podcasts.


An interview about the state of the podcast industry with Monocle's culture critic, Robert Bound, from March 2017.



Podcast review on Monocle 24, featuring talk of the (respectively) excellent series TrumpcastSong ExploderRadio Atlas and The New Yorker's prodigious podcasting output


Ep #4 of The Pod Couple, a limited-run podcast at The Telegraph, in which the paper's brilliant radio critic Gillian Reynolds and I nattered about the best things to hear on the wireless and online.

Generosity FM - a fistful of satirical audio sketches, taking aim at payday lenders, Radio 2's daytime schedule, Michael McIntyre, and the prospect of nuclear armageddon.


Cambridge Radio Hour, demo of an arts-and-science magazine podcast I produced for Cambridge University. Contains Gamelan music, Fry and Laurie, and a scientific investigation of chocolate teapots.


'Podhopping' segment on BBC Five Live, focusing on four travel-themed podcasts: Betty In The Sky, The Urbanist, News In Slow and Travel With Rick Steves.


A bitesized music show, Trio, that I made to demonstrate some new kit. Songs by Solange, D.D. Dumbo, Khruangbin. Who they? Listen on...

 


Ep #1 of a new music show (hosts - Pete: 31; Tom: 13),  featuring songs by Grimes, Paul Simon, Wilco, Patti Smith, Gorillaz, Talking Heads, and more.

 


Podcast review on Monocle 24, covering the relaunch of The Bugle, strange goings on in Welcome to Night Vale, and NPR's excellent Tiny Desk Concerts.



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