Although we work with a wide range of freelancers around the world, our team is based in London. We are proud to have signed the Equality in Audio Pact, and have been involved in the Multitrack scheme since the very beginning.
As the Editor of The Reunion, the BBC Radio 4 programme we conceived in 2003, he’s always looking for moments from contemporary history that fit its unique format and can give the listener genuine hindsight and reflection on a major news story or cultural event from our past. In our branded content work, David works with businesses and organisations at the top of their game who have a cracking story to tell, and a desire to engage with the audio audience in a creative way.
Ultimately for David, it’s about working with people who have an eye for a great story and ear for great audio.
Katrina is the person to send your invoices to.
He produces and executive produces a broad range of programmes and podcasts, specialising in factual, investigative, global and personal stories. He’d love to hear ideas for big investigations like The Great Post Office Trial, extraordinary personal stories for My Name is... innovative solutions journalism for Positive Thinking and anything that makes him say "Wow!"
He’s also a bit of a sports fan - Leeds United to the core, a cricket bore and rapidly becoming borderline evangelical about the benefits of cycling.
A fluent Japanese language speaker, Emily AKA Emi started her journalism career as a TV cameraperson and producer for a Japanese news broadcaster and as a senior newspaper reporter at the Islington Tribune, part of the Camden New Journal newspaper group.
She was shortlisted as local reporter of the year by the Society of Editors while her paper was crowned the Weekly Newspaper of the Year in 2020.
But her heart was always in radio, and Emily has now produced a variety of BBC Radio 4 and BBC World Service programmes including All Consuming, Witness History and Last
Word alongside some podcasts such as The We Society for the Academy of Social Sciences.
A recent convert to all things outdoors, you’ll catch her on top of a Munro with her mountaineering club during the weekends.
His focus is on current affairs programming and journalism that relates more closely to the news - programmes like reactive documentaries, analysis of political and social issues, solutions journalism, and hard-hitting investigations like his recent BBC Radio 4 series The Great Post Office Trial.
Robert is looking to hear ideas for programmes that help us understand the world as it is now. He’s interested in global ideas, including one-off stories, formats and narrative podcasts.