BBC RADIO 4: Brazil’s modern-day Captains of the Sands

Uncovering the lives of the children and adolescents who live on streets of Salvador, Brazil's third-largest city

Presenter

Crossing Continents, 29 March 2017

30 mins

The Unconventionalists podcast: What you need to know about the future of work

"I was blown away by the end of our conversation. Fasten your seatbelt and get a serious dose of reality check on what's about to happen to the future of the workplace." – podcast host Mark Leruste

Guest

30 January 2017

1 hour 10 mins

BBC RADIO 4: The Male Room – Anger

What is it about men and anger?

Guest

12 December 2016

30 mins

BBC WORLD SERVICE: Wrestling with God

How do LGBT Jews and Muslims stay within their religions?

Presenter

Heart and Soul, 16 October 2016

30 mins

BBC RADIO 4: Gentrification

Can the process of gentrification be managed?

Presenter

Analysis, 10 October 2016

30 mins

BBC RADIO 4: Torah and tech in Israel

How the country's ultraorthodox Jews are becoming part of the startup nation

Presenter

Crossing Continents, 12 September 2016

30 mins

BBC RADIO 4: Tony Hawks on Marshall Rosenberg

Celebrating the inventor of nonviolent communication

Guest

Great Lives, 2 September 2016

(Featured on Pick of the Week, 4 September 2016)

30 mins

BBC RADIO 4: Silicon Valley values

What do the tech pioneers really believe?

Presenter

Analysis, 12 April 2016

30 mins

BBC WORLD SERVICE: Default World (part 1)

Investigating the values of Silicon Valley

Presenter

The Documentary, 3 April 2016

30 mins

BBC WORLD SERVICE: Default World (part 2)

Investigating the values of Silicon Valley

Presenter

The Documentary, 3 April 2016

30 mins

BBC WORLD SERVICE: What will happen when robots take our jobs?

Is it time for a world without work?

Guest

The Inquiry, 23 August 2015

30 mins

BBC RADIO 4: When robots steal our jobs

Technology has been replacing manufacturing jobs for years. Is the same about to happen to white-collar work?

Presenter

Analysis, 8 March 2015

30 mins

BBC RADIO 4: Is it time for the internet to grow up?

Twenty-five years after the invention of the world wide web, online life isn't what we'd hoped it would be

Presenter

Analysis, 13 July 2014

30 mins

RADIOLAB: Kill ‘Em All

Using genes to stamp out disease-carrying mosquitoes

Reporter

Radiolab podcast, 25 March 2014

20 mins

BBC RADIO 4: The sugarman of Brazil

The incredible story of a maverick farmer who is changing the way we produce our food

Reporter

The Food Programme, 11 November 2013

30 mins