“Nothing is Impossible. The word itself says I’m possible!”
Narrated by actress Zawe Ashton, ‘The Woman Who…’ podcast celebrates the extraordinary achievements of some Britain’s most influential female trailblazers of the last 140 years. Taking a deep dive into ten pioneering women’s lives, we lift the lid on the events that led to their towering achievements: tales of struggle and setback, love, loss and ultimately, extraordinary success. These are the innovators of music, literature, the performing arts and fashion - the true influencers of their day. They are all ‘The Woman Who…’
If you want to feel hopeful about the future, just ask children what kind of world they would like to see. Their imagination knows no bounds, and their playful curiosity can be a refreshing change from the doom and gloom often foreseen by adults. For our SUPERFUTURES: What if…? podcast we will be tapping into that sense of wonder, exploring what it’s like to dream bigger and bolder for what lies ahead. Hosted by Natty Kasambala, we’ll be speaking with people who are tackling some of our greatest challenges in ways only children could have imagined, to make the world a better place for everyone.
A brand new series from Unedited: in collaboration with The Black Curriculum and Spotify, which explores history and identity through Black British music.
Hosted by Julie Adenuga
Last week, a team of inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) arrived at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. The plant was seized by Russian forces in early May and has recently been the target of sustained shelling, increasing the risk of a nuclear disaster. The head of the IAEA, Rafael Grossi, who is leading the inspection team, has reported that the integrity of the plant has been violated several times.
Ian Sample speaks to Prof Claire Corkhill about what this could mean for Zaporizhzhia, what the risks are if the plant loses external power, and how a nuclear meltdown can be avoided.
It is now less than 100 days until Cop15, the UN convention on biological diversity. At these talks, which are taking place in Montreal, Canada in December, governments from around the world will come together to agree targets aimed at halting the destruction of the natural world and protecting biodiversity. With the Earth experiencing the largest loss of life since the extinction of the dinosaurs, what is decided at this meeting could shape the future of the planet and humanity.
Madeleine Finlay speaks to biodiversity reporter Phoebe Weston about how negotiations have been going so far, and what’s next on the road to Cop15
BBC3 Commissioned trailer for Nationwide Radio campaign of Series 1 of Killing Eve
A feature length audio documentary on the aftermath of the 2014 Ebola Virus outbreak in Sierra Leone
This piece centers on an incarnation of affect in relation to a certain space-time – a recent visit to Birling Gap in East Sussex. Exhibited at Goldsmiths University
are an experimental pop act with the emphasis on pop.
It’s a story of a personal collaboration years in the making, a dovetailing of two people’s desire to change their direction in life, and the timing to allow them to do just that