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I've created an audio walking tour of Brixton in South London for Detour.com; it's a forty minute walk narrated by local Christopher Icha, telling his family's story from their arrival from Jamaica as part of the Windrush Generation till today. You just download the app onto your...

Between 5th and 16th March 2018 at 9.45am, BBC Radio 4 is broadcasting 'An Alternative History of Art' - a new series exploring overlooked visual artists of the 20th century. I produced the episodes on Eileen Agar, Marwan, Helen Chadwick and Rotimi Fani-Kayode. All will be available to...

The latest radio doc that I co-produced for BBC World Service is available to listen again here - it's about how Brazil became the world's 'C-section capital' and what's being done to change it....

For the past year I've been working with Eiad, a refugee from Damascus now living in the UK, to produce the latest episode of our series 'A New Normal: Audio Diaries of Syrians in Europe'. It follows 31 year old dentist Eiad, who came to...

Our new podcast, 'A New Normal - Audio Diaries from Syrians in Europe' is now available on iTunes; you can subscribe here. With diarists in the UK, Germany, Sweden, Greece and Turkey the series is intended to give an intimate insight into the day-to-day experience...

My piece 'A Spell in Hospital' was on the ABC programme Life Matters recently; it's about Peter Butler, who suffers from 'hospital delirium', which means that every time he is hospitalised he has terrifying visual auditory hallucinations. You can listen again here....

My new documentary, about the phenomenon of nightmares during pregnancy, is now available online here. 'Pregnancy is supposed to be all happiness and humming lullabies — well, that's what society and advertisers tell us, but the reality for most women is very different. It is estimated...