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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...

I was very pleased to get the chance to speak at the London Short Film Festival in January about a project I'm involved in, Yomeyat.  I'm working with three other audio producers to train Syrian refugees to keep audio diaries, which we will then edit and...

My new short radio doc is available online here. In it, Dave Tomlin describes his years squatting the Cambodian Embassy in London, which he transformed from an abandoned building into legendary artists' colony and superlative squat: 'the Guild of Transcultural Studies' (all despite the best...

Very pleased to have some of my work feature in the new nationwide advertising campaign for Radio 4; watch it here or on BBC One/Two/Four. It's from a story I made with Chloe White and Will Davies, for R4's Short Cuts - full piece available here, if the extract piques your...

This week's episode of the Cultural Frontline (BBC World Service) features a piece I produced on American artist and journalist Molly Crabapple. Molly is currently collaborating with Syrian journalist Marwan Hisham on his graphic memoir, Brothers of the Gun. She talked to me about their first meeting,...

My first ever film, 'Latecomers' (2009), is being screened on California's Link TV as part of a season looking at the lives of LGBTQ individuals around the world. You can watch it on their website here. Margaret was a married father of five until she had gender reassignment surgery...