Harriet Noble is a radio journalist working for the BBC in London. She started her career on Radio 4’s flagship Today programme, where over the course of 7 years she graduated from work experience girl to Duty Editor. At the beginning of 2017 she moved to World Hacks on the BBC World Service, where she presents, reports and produces. She is also developing other radio projects for the BBC.
World Hacks is a weekly radio programme, podcast and digital video platform, leading the BBC’s solutions-focused journalism coverage. Harriet’s work has received positive reviews from The Observer, the Radio Times and others, and been chosen for BBC Radio 4’s Pick of the Wick. She is particularly interested in stories about mental health, families and women’s rights.
A recent media roundup:
- BBC World Hacks
- firstname.lastname@example.org – BBC World hacks email
- BBC World hacks facebook fanpage
- Improvising Your Way Out of Anxiety
People Fixing the World Podcast
- Why The World Needs Positive News | Christian de Boisredon TEDx
- Christian de Boisredon – Sparknews website
Why we need Constructive Elements in Journalism | Cathrine Gyldensted
Cathrine Gyldensted wikipedia
- Project Kazimierz in the iTunes <- Please leave us a review here
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