Editorial and broadcast journalists working with you to create stories
Suzi is an experienced radio producer and programme maker. From her early days at Radio 1, developing, researching and reading the news to millions; and two years in the Middle East heading up news for Arabian Radio Network in Dubai, she has spent the past seven years working for the Prison Radio Association in the UK.
She’s made documentaries on stalking, interviewed female inmates about drugs, abuse and recovery, and created programmes highlighting the importance of prison education. Suzi is an empathetic, warm and kind journalist, who brings out the best in the people she works with.
Last year, Suzi produced the Future Prison podcast for the Prison Radio Association, bringing together former prisoners with senior leaders at the Ministry of Justice. She is currently working with the team at Made By Mortals on Armchair Adventures and Hidden, which are audio dramas designed to help people living in isolation.
Rupert is an experienced business journalist, magazine editor and interviewer. He started a career in the media back in 2004, working for UBM and the Press Association, before moving to the Middle East to work for ITP Publishing in Dubai. After two years covering the construction boom in the Gulf – as a features writer, editor and photographer – he returned to the UK and joined Insider Media in Manchester.
It was here he spent the next eight years, as an editor, developing his skills as a storyteller and interviewer with leading figures from the business and political community. It was the people behind the businesses who fascinated him most – and still do – and he’s always on the look out for the human angle in any story.
In 2016, Rupert gained a degree in psychology at the Open University. After two years working in organisational psychology, developing client relationships, communications, and running workshops (on storytelling, among others), he set up Story Publishing to bring his experience all together. Rupert leads Story’s editorial and research work.