Listen to my Radio Documentary, in which I explore the validity of experiments and how scientists are perceived by the public
Listen to this radio feature focusing on the favelas in Brazil and why there is a stigma attached to them.
Radio documentary for BBC Radio 5 Live: The Paralympic games are a great showcase for disability sport. While they help to raise awareness, it is the challenge of setting up local community clubs to get more disabled people into sport which is an issue. I explored the Paralympic sport Boccia and one woman’s story on how she […]
Gym addicts are out there. We follow the life of Charlie, exploring his compulsion and its subsequent consequences. Narrated and Filmed by Connor Tracy Director: Jess Cerasale Editor/Producer: Joshua Coase Assistant Producer: Ben Whitlock Big thanks to Charlie, Harrison, Tim Harris and Kris Cann.
The UK has fallen behind in terms of acceptance, and more action needs to be taken to help support transgender people. Alli Enticott, Tamara Hough and myself followed the trans movement in an aim to bring to light victims of vast discrimination.
The ‘Stop Funding Hate’ campaign has become very prominent on social media since its inception in August 2016. The campaign aims to change the landscape of British tabloid news coverage by asking big brands to cease advertising in The Sun, The Daily Mail and The Daily Express. In this seven minute radio documentary I explored […]
Oliver Dyer explores whether standing in Football should be reintroduced and whether it can actually be integrated into stadiums safely.