bBC focus on africa

Unfortunately, due to BBC's policies, the programmes are only available for listen online for 30 days after they were broadcast. 

Unfortunately, due to BBC's policies, the programmes are only available for listen online for 30 days after they were broadcast. 

I spent a few weeks in March and April 2016 at the BBC, working with the World Service on a radio and TV programme called Focus on Africa. I thoroughly enjoyed this opportunity and was able to produce a couple of stories for the programme including the coverage of the Angolan war lord, Jonas Savimbi's children's case against the Call of Duty makers for defamation of their father in their video game being thrown out of court. I organised an exclusive interview with his son, Cheya Savimbi. 

The day after the Brussels attacks, I organised an exclusive interview with a born-and-bred resident of Molenbeek where the Paris and Brussels attackers were from. One of whom he was a childhood acquaintance of. I also produced the coverage of the announcement of Congo-Brazzaville's election results including an exclusive interview with the leading opposition party leader and organised a Tax analyst following the Panama Papers breaking story for TV. 

In addition I assisted with some script-writing and voiceovers.

 

 

news headlines on wandsworth radio

For a few months now I've been working at Wandsworth radio as a News Reader on Friday afternoons from 4-6.15pm. Here's a recording of the headlines that I read on  the 4th of September at 4:30pm; with a little convo at the end between the show's presenter, Fayon, and I.

 

 

Voiceover Work For BANG Radio's Charity Advert

I was chosen to do some voiceover work for an advert about a girls mentoring programme hosted by BANG Radio's sister charity, as it was targeted at young girls, my voice fit perfectly (LOL). Have a listen!