Keziah Wenham-Kenyon has been having conversations with people that make up a fragment of the sprawling social fabric of the elderly care system. This three part series will take a closer look into care, from perspectives that are underrepresented and intersections that require more compassion-led, people-focused support than traditional forms of care are currently providing.

Role: Audio Editor, Narrator, Script Writer, Interviewer, Music Composer 

Listen at Ad Infinitum.

Home From Home

British rap has become a global superpower. Commercially, critically and culturally, UK artists no longer need American co-signs to reach hero status locally, and the sounds which have come to define the radio, charts and festivals circuits over here belong solely to British production innovators.

To dissect the various formulas which have paved the road to this imperial phase, Keziah Wenham-Kenyon touched base with some of the country’s most important beat makers. From nocturnal grime to R&B-infused drill, understand the science of the sounds in our audio report featuring Jae5 (J Hus, Burna Boy, Dave), Paya Beats (Enny), Ten Billion Dreams (Ghetts) and Bkay (M1llionz, Krept & Konan).

Role: Audio Editor, Narrator, Script Writer, Interviewer 

Listen at Crack Magazine. 

British Rap

A six-part documentary series telling the story of the UK’s first civil rights campaign in 1963, the Bristol Bus Boycott. It hears from experts about the impact and significance it had then and today. As well as original activists Roy Hackett, Paul Stephenson, Guy Bailey and Barbara Dettering, the series will feature contributions from the Windrush Generation, describing their compelling journeys and telling the often shocking stories of their arrival and first years in the UK.

Funded by the Audio Content Fund, Commission by Miranda Rae founder of Sound Women South West Network. 

Role: Audio Editor

Our Journey 

Part of a series of digital audio walking tours for Bristol Open Doors 2020, giving listeners a chance to uncover the city’s secrets, guided by the people who know Bristol best.

 

Hidden Harbour was a journey through 1,000 years of history from the Merchant traders, slaves and slavers, to a statue thrown unceremoniously into the water. Featuring the property which starred in the latest series of A House Through Time - No. 10 Guinea Street, Bristol’s lively harbourside, hidden caves and M Shed docks, this special tour is created by the multi-award-winning city poet Vanessa Kisuule in collaboration with the people of Bristol.

 

More info at Bristol Open Doors

Hidden harbour

A self-conducted interview with Bristol creative Josephine Gyasi.

 

Speaking intimately about her poem "What are Your Plans" - an emotional response to the murder of George Floyd. The poem was originally made for the #whooseFuture campaign organised by Rising Arts but was later turned into a short film following the success of the billboard.

 

Originally produced for broadcast on Ujima Radio CIC, listen to hear about the #WhoseFuture billboard campaign, the importance of taking up space and the creative direction of the video.

Role: Interviewer, Editor.  

 

Listen to the full interview here.

What Are Your Plans?

A series of shows by and for older people during the lockdown period.  

 

Prime Timers featured guides on how to use technology, how to stay active and keep fit and healthy at home, and a ‘What’s On Guide’ with a difference; sharing activities and events people can take part in from the safety of their home.

Funded by the Audio Content Fund, Commission by Miranda Rae founder of Sound Women South West Network. 

Role: Audio Editor

 

Prime Timers

A podcast exploring the relationship between language and cultural identity.

Guest speakers include Lucy Turner – artist, content creator & Dr. Edson Burton – writer, historian, programme-curator.

Listen at Rife Magazine

Role: Producer, Editor, Narrator

Speaking With Colour

A podcast giving space for black voices to reflect on the killing of George Floyd, the global BLM movement, the removal of the Edward Colston statue and the enduring institutional racism we face in Britain today. Featuring recordings from the BLM protest in June 2020.

Narrated by Vanessa Otoo 
 

Listen here.

Role: Producer, Editor

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