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  • November Newsletter

    Behind The Scenes - Acta Community Theatre // Behind The Scenes - Amy Powney // Wild Music // A Plague of Gratitude //
  • Audio Production Awards Win!

    Full List of Winners

  • September Newsletter

    Blazing Sermons // Judy Garland : The Final Rainbow // Akenfield Now //
  • Behind The Scenes nominated for the Prix Europa

    We are pleased to announce that Behind The Scenes with Marin Alsop - produced by Susan Marling - has been nominated for the Prix Europa 2018 in the best music documentary category.…
  • Reelworld Radio Academy’s 30 Under 30

    We are pleased to announce that Just Radio producer Victoria Ferran has been included in ReelWorld Radio Academy's 30 Under 30 Class of 2016 AND 2018. 30 Under 30 is an annual…
  • Just Radio’s Awards

    An update on our awards 1995-2019   2019 Victoria Ferran wins Gold for Best Arts Producer at the  Audio Production Awards   2018   The Man Who Buries Planes wins the Grand…

  • Philip Glass: Taxi Driver wins Prix Europa for Best European Radio Music Programme

    We are pleased to announce that Just Radio producer Paul Smith has won the Prix Europa for Best European Radio Music Programme. Philip Glass - Taxi Driver (BBC Radio 4) -- Philip…
  • Previews for The Truth About Children Who Lie

    In a thought-provoking programme, psychotherapist Philippa Perry investigates why children lie   David Hepworth previews The Truth About Children Who Lie in The Guardian 19/07/2016 “Why do children lie?” asks psychotherapist Philippa…

  • The Guardian’s review of Joan Collins – A Life In Lipstick (BBC Radio 2)

    It’s everything a celebrity profile should be as Collins slips out controlled confessions and snippets of gossip, all wrapped up in a very glamorous life philosophy.   Hannah Verdier reviews Joan Collins…

  • The Telegraph’s Review of Joan Collins – A Life in Lipstick (BBC Radio 2)

    Radio 2 gave us a beguiling glimpse into the high life of Joan Collins   Gillian Reynolds reviews Joan Collins – A Life in Lipstick in The Telegraph 27/07/2016 Cheer yourself up…

  • Our July Newsletter

    Joan Collins - A Life in Lipstick // Meeting The Giants of Jazz // The Truth About Children Who Lie // Arthur Miller -Speaking of New York // GREAT FIRE 350 //…
  • The Guardian’s Review of David Hockney – Back In LA (BBC Radio 4)

    Bright, sharp and wittily enhanced by music (West Coast jazz, traditional accordion, accordion jazz), anyone contemplating seeing the new Hockneys should go first to iPlayer and have a listen   Gillian Reynolds…

  • Two Silver Awards at The New York Radio Festival Awards 2016

    We are pleased to announce that two of our radio documentaries have won silver medals at the New York Radio Festival Awards 2016 in the categories of Biography and Sports / Recreation.

  • The Independent’s Review of Simon Schama: The Obliterators (BBC Radio 4)

    This was Schama at his best: assertive, reflective, utterly righteous, and able to make you look differently, if not sympathetically, at the folly of humankind.   Fiona Sturges reviews Simon Schama: The…

  • Review of Optimism – Our Enemy (BBC Radio 4)

    This is an exceptionally well put together programme – one that should be repeated every few years as a corrective to the prevailing direction of high-five culture David Hepworth previews Optimism –…

  • Press Archive

    The Telegraph 6.5.15 Napoleon: The Man and the Myths. “Extracts from Napoleon’s diaries are read and passages from letters by William Cobbett and Madame de Stael, his disapproving contemporaries, are given careful voice…