Just Radio is run by Susan Marling and we’ve been making factual documentaries for the BBC since 1995. We have always worked with full and part-time staff, in addition to freelance producers, engineers and researchers. If you have a documentary or podcast idea, or want to dazzle us with your CV, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Marling is a highly respected producer & presenter with a string of awards to her name (including 4 Sony Awards). She has presented a number of radio & television programmes including Feedback, Breakaway, Punters, Education Matters, and Dispatches and Travelog on Channel 4. She has written books & has a background in print journalism – both magazines & the national press. She runs regular media training & presentation courses.
Chris O’Shaughnessy has worked as a freelance editor, mixer and producer in radio for the last ten years. In that time he has been involved in projects from all the BBC networks as well as commercial radio. His experience covers everything from drama and comedy to music features, news documentaries and live events. He is also a music composer for radio, TV and audio books.
Victoria read French and Spanish at Oxford University. She produces programmes for BBC Radio 1, 2, 3, 4, the World Service. Her work has also been heard on CBC, ABC, Third Coast’s Re:Sound podcast and KCRW. She was one of the Radio Academy’s 30 Under 30 Class of 2016 and 2018. She won the gold award for Best New Producer at the 2017 Audio Production Awards, and silver for Best Arts and Music documentary producer. She also won gold for Best Arts Producer at the Audio Production Awards in 2019.
Ned Carter Miles
Ned Carter Miles is a writer, critic, and photographer based in London. At Just Radio he researches and produces documentaries for Radio 4 and the World Service. He is also London desk editor for Art Asia Pacific, and has contributed to the Royal Academy Magazine, Apollo, and the Art Newspaper.