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In our pilot episode we speak to Sheffield Hallam University lecturers and freelance journalists David Clarke and Clare Jenkins about what happens when you become the story.
David Clarke is an expert in folklore and supernatural phenomena whilst Clare Jenkins is an experienced BBC radio broadcaster focusing on human interest stories.
We discuss the ethical dilemmas around interviewing friends and family and how much information to give away when you producing a personal story. The episode also looks becoming a talking head and how to handle media enquiries.
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Clare Jenkins: http://www.pennineproductions.co.uk/
David Clarke: https://drdavidclarke.co.uk/
Articles that Lily mentions:
‘Why couples should never go running together’ https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/the-running-blog/2018/jan/04/why-couples-should-never-go-running-together
Love Money Profile https://www.lovemoney.com/profile/352759/lily-canter
Articles that Emma mentions:
Websites/Articles Clare mentions:
A Casual Clearance, Clare’s Documentary on clearing out her mother’s home https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07wpf5n
Bryony Gordon https://www.telegraph.co.uk/authors/bryony-gordon/
Websites/Articles David mentions:
NUJ Freelance Fees Guide http://www.londonfreelance.org/feesguide/index.php?language=en&country=UK§ion=Welcome#general
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SHU students who helped produce this podcast:
Guest liaison manager - Kendra Nichols
Guest photography - Anton Velchev
Desk driver - Anurag Dasgupta
Show notes - Isabella Tarrant
Studio producer - Ben Dodd
Music researcher - Ben Dodd
Website designer - Alexandra Ventress
Social media - Joel Johnson, Ella Hodson