‘A Mile in My Shoes’ nominated at British Podcast Awards
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‘A Mile in My Shoes’ nominated at British Podcast Awards

A Mile in My Shoes is up for Best New Podcast at the British Podcast Awards 2019 – list of all the nominees here. I’m very proud to have produced three of the episodes – Myrtle Munro’s story of dealing with racism as an NHS nurse; Peter Butler, on his experience of hospital delirium; and Edin Basic, who came to the UK as a refugee and recently sold his chain Firezza to Pizza Express. All episodes are on iTunes here.