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Brand New Podcast (“Along The Road”)


After months of preparation, I am so excited to finally announce the launch of my brand new podcast, “Along The Road”! It’s been super fun to work on a new project from scratch, and I’ve had some amazing experiences so far.

What is “Along The Road”?

“Along The Road” is a podcast where we talk to a range of interesting and inspiring creators and other individuals to get an insight into their perspective in what they do, and the lessons they learnt along the way.

Each episode is a conversation with a different guest, and the goal is to be able to take something away from the conversations that we can all relate to, and sometimes things we can implement in our own lives.

Where can I listen?

Currently, Along The Road is available on all podcast streaming apps, including Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Deezer, Pocket Casts, and more. You can click the button below to find it on your podcast app (if your app isn’t on that link, simply search for “Along The Road” on your app and it should come up):

It is also available on YouTube.

How can I (easily) support the podcast?

Any support for the podcast is greatly appreciated, especially since it’s being built from scratch. If you could leave a positive review on whatever podcast app you use, that would be super helpful. This is because positive reviews (especially on Apple Podcasts) help the podcast succeed well in the algorithms of the podcast platforms, as well as giving it credibility to new listeners.

The first 3 episodes

At the launch of the podcast, the first 3 episodes were released.

E1: Gaining Confidence in Sharing your Work to the World | Kitty Perrin (Musician, BBC Radio Norfolk Presenter)

Kitty Perrin is a musician and radio presenter based in Norfolk, UK. Having moved to the county for university, the local music scene really made it home for her. She hosts two shows on BBC Radio Norfolk: “The Social”, the show for 14–22 year-olds in the local area, as well as “BBC Music Introducing in Norfolk”, which celebrates the work of new local artists. She’s always loved writing and playing music and, at the time this episode was recorded, had just released her debut single, “The Escapist”, with her band.

⏳ Topics

  • 5:00 Gaining Confidence in Showing your Work to The World

  • 16:43 The Importance of Feedback

  • 28:20 Whether Numbers and Streams Are Truly a Measure of Success

  • 33:27 Finding Your Way in the World

  • 40:10 The 5 Ending Questions

E2: Getting a Career in Broadcasting | Spencer Kelly (BBC Click)

Spencer Kelly is the lead presenter of the BBC's flagship tech show, Click, where he and the team travel around the world every week to report on the latest tech news. He's spent over 15 years as a tech tourist, finding out how tech is changing lives around the world. Across his career, Spencer's conducted interviews with massive names like Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer, Paul McCartney, Will.I.Am, Steve Wozniak, and more. He's also got loads of experience in the radio world, having presented a breakfast show for 7 years, among other involvements.

⏳ Topics

  • 1:40 Spencer's Career Journey

  • 33:50 How Radio and TV Have Changed, and How They Will Change in the Future

  • work alongside these new technologies in the future.

  • 54:05 How BBC Click Works

  • 1:13:00 The 5 Ending Questions

E3: Simple Tips for Increased Productivity | Graham Allcott (Founder of 'Think Productive')

Graham Allcott is the founder of Think Productive, one of the world’s leading providers of personal productivity training and consultancy. They have offices around the world, and have had clients like WWF, Boots, British Airways, BT, KFC, and Sainsbury’s. Graham’s fascinated about the world of productivity, and has written multiple books, including the global best-seller, “How to be a Productivity Ninja”. He also hosts a business podcast called “Beyond Busy” which dives deep into the subjects of productivity, work/life balance, and how people define happiness in their lives.

⏳ Topics

  • 1:51 How Time Management Has Changed

  • 15:41 The Boss and Worker Modes

  • 21:33 How 'Think Productive' Came into Existence

  • 35:55 The 5 Ending Questions


BBC Radio Suffolk and Norfolk Interview

Kitty Perrin was kind enough to invite me onto her show for young people called "The Social". Angelle Joseph was sitting in on the day, and it was so much fun talking to her about the new podcast and all my other radio projects. I had spoken to her in the past on BBC Belongings, so it was great to catch up! Massive thanks to Kitty and Angelle for organising that, and you can listen to the audio clip below:

(audio extract from The Social on BBC Radio Suffolk and Norfolk 13/04/2022)

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