FAITH, HOPE AND GLORY
Produce and direct this series of three 45' plays twice yearly exploring the lives over decades of three Windrush generation women and their families for BBC Radio 4.
THE AMPLIFY PROJECT
Co-produce and co-present a podcast about Black British Writers for the page, stage and screen, their lives, work and practice funded by Arts Council England.
BOOK AT BEDTIME
In 2022, abridged the work of E Annie Proulx's Fen, Bog and Swamp, Bernardine Evaristo's Manifesto. In 2023, abridging Naoise Mac Sweeney's The West - A New History of an Old Idea.
Researching and drafting play about controversial Somerset v Stewart court case.
Contributed short story 'SKIN' to speculative fiction anthology published by Peepal Tree Press.
MAYA ANGELOU'S AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
Dramatised four of the six autobiographies by Maya Angelou for BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour. The whole series won the Outstanding Contribution to Broadcasting Award at the 2020 Audio Drama Awards.
GIRL, WOMAN, OTHER
Abridged Girl, Woman, Other - the Booker Prize winning novel by Bernardine Evaristo - for BBC Book at Bedtime.
THE HOUSING LARK
Abridged The Housing Lark, a classic Caribbean novel by Sam Selvon, for BBC Book at Bedtime.
A 45 minute play about the lives of four south London women broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
Co-wrote an episode of BBC Radio drama series set in World War One in September 2018.
TROIS FEMMES PUISSANTES
Dramatised the Prix Goncourt winning novel by Marie NDiaye for BBC Radio 3. Runner up in BBC Radio Awards 2016 for Contribution to Diversity.
MR. TROLLOPE AND THE LABOURS OF HERCULES
45 minute play based on the travel writings of Anthony Trollope in the Caribbean.
Directed a Caribbean adaptation of Stravinksy's The Soldier's Tale in Port of Spain Trinidad in 2015.
CHIGGER FOOT BOYS
My play about the experiences of Caribbean soldiers in WW1 including Jamaican national hero Norman Manley brought to the stage at Tara Arts directed by Irina Brown.