The Art of Suspense

The art of writing suspense with thriller writers Mike Philips and Sarah Dunant (re-edit of an original package I made for BBC Radio 5 ‘Writer’s Weekly)

Nigel Henderson
Head of a Man
1956. On display at Tate Britain as part of the retrospective ‘Cutting Edge: Collage in Britain: 1945 to Now’ on till 28 March 2020

‘What a wonderful slice of radio. And oh so beautifully crafted. More please!’ James Christopher, Associate Director, INK Festival

Chile Desperto….a soundscape

This is a soundscape from two weeks’ travelling in Chile just after the start of the 18 October revolution. They are all sounds recorded in the street, in bars, in Santiago, Valparaíso and the Atacama Desert. I have put this out to mark the three month anniversary of the first demonstration. The demonstrations continue with the recent burning down of the carabineros’ church in Santiago. President Piñera has promised constitutional change and a review of the pensions system. Thank you to my friend Manuela for giving us her insight into events. Listen to the howling dogs of the desert at the end…..

‘Love these soundscapes… more haunting than a print piece, more thoughtful than a collage of video clips.’ James Christopher, Associate Director, INK Festival

Street Art photographed in Bellavista, Santiago, Nov.2019

Sam’s Story

The first podcast in the Changing Lives podcast series

‘Totally brilliant!  Have just sat entranced listening.’  

‘What a heartbreaking yet uplifting story.’

‘A privilege to listen to it. ‘

‘What a wonderful mother! What an extraordinary woman’