Storytelling in Sound

In 2012 I co-founded the co-operative production company Open Audio Ltd and have produced award-winning radio and podcasts for BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 3, BBC World Service, The Guardian, NPR WNYC Radiolab + More Perfect, NY Times Podcast. Radio National (Australia) CBC (Canada) Newstalk (Ireland),

I have also produced  composed features, these can be listened to HERE, and are discussed in my PhD HERE


Shockwaves - BBC Radio 4 - Anoushka Shankar

Anoushka Shankar explores the impact of the pandemic and lockdown on musical creativity. 

(a BBC Radio 4 pick of the week)

The Milk Way BBC Radio 3 Between the Ears 

This radiophonic poem by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch and composer Nina Perry explores the sounds and stories surrounding the flow of milk from west Wales as the land flows seawards.

Pursuit of Beauty: Virginia Woolf - Impossible Music BBC Radio 4

Fiona Talkington explores the rooms and gardens of Monk’s House in search of the musicality and sonic landscape of Virginia Woolf’s world,with Tamsin Greig as Virginia Woolf.


The Language of Lullabies BBC World Service 

An artistic and curious feature exploring the music and narrative of a vivid selection of lullabies from around the world.


 Lullabies of the Arab World BBC World Service

A look at the unique narratives and symbolism of the lullabies of the Arab world, which are a form of self-expression for women.

The Universal Language of Lullabies BBC Website