SHSK Society Talk: 'From broadcasts to podcasts' with Natalie Jamieson
Thursday 28 Jan 2021
We are excited to be starting our 2021 series of SHSK Society Talks in January with Old Girl and award winning popular culture broadcaster, writer and podcast producer, Natalie Jamieson.
Join us on Thursday 28 January to hear Natalie's talk: 'From broadcasts to podcasts'.
Natalie Jamieson is an award winning popular culture broadcaster, writer and podcast producer who spent her formative years delivering entertainment news on BBC Radio 1 every day. She’s interviewed everyone from Meryl Streep to Jay Z & Beyoncé, via Dolly Parton, and has covered all the regular major events in the showbiz calendar from the Oscars, to the Brit Awards, the BAFTAs and yes, the Eurovision Song Contest.
She’s broadcast everywhere from Radio 2 to Radio 4, Magic and Absolute Radio and can currently be heard on 5Live and Times Radio. She’s the creative force behind a number of culture podcasts, including Killing It (a Spotify Original about mental health in the music industry), The Hang with Gregory Porter and writes comedy narration for Sony Music’s Staying At Home with the Williamses. She writes for The Hollywood Reporter and The i and has recently completed her own debut novel, which has been snapped up by an agent.
Natalie will be telling us about her career in the world of entertainment journalism, her time at the BBC and, of course, she will be revealing some of her most memorable red carpet encounters. This is definitely a talk not to be missed!
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28 Jan 2021 19:00 GMT
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