UK/US College Radio Partnerships
Chaired panel, IBS International Radio & Webcasting Conference, New York, March , 2015


Press Play/Record; Audio Cassette Preservation and Archiving
Connecting Communities: Storytelling and the Digital Archive Conference, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK, March 2015


I didn’t write this stuff… But I’m willing to present
Changing presentation practices in radio documentary / feature production” The International Conference Net Station (on Radio, Sound and Internet) University of Minho, Braga, Portugal April 2015


The Work of Charles Parker and Brian Vaughton
Charles Parker Archive Trust AGM, November 2014


David Bowie Is…
V&A Museum study day presentation profiling radio production work, April 2013


Studying the Starman
Strange Fascination? A Symposium on David Bowie, University of Limerick, October 2012.


Bowie’s Waiata; Radio documentary and online fandom
The Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum, Auckland University of Technology N.Z., January 2011


Radio Documentary, Memory and new Participatory Fan Cultures
Joint presentation with Oliver Carter for the “Sights and Sounds Conference; Interrogating the Music Documentary” University of Salford, A Greater Manchester University, June 2010


Moradio
Towards ‘Post-radio’ Issues in the Transformation of Radio Objects and Forms, University Paris I – Sorbonne – Pantheon PARIS, November, 2009


Spot-On Radio Production
Prison Radio Association’s 2nd Annual Conference, Warwick University, November 2009


Radio Futura
5 x audio submissions for The Future Places Festival “Digital Media and Local Cultures” , Conference Radio Station, Oporto, Portugal, October 2009


Sound and Vision: Online Practices of David Bowie Fans
Internet Attractions: online video and user-generated ephemera, Media Workshop, University of Nottingham, June 2009


Global and International Music / Staff Building, Recruitment and Training / Radio Drama and Documentaries
Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Conference, New York, March 2008


The Hardest Sell: Spot production in developing nations
The Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum, Lincoln University, July 2007


Trust me – I’m on the radio: An investigation into public perceptions of free speech and accuracy on Radio Ethiopia
Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) Africa Series, University of Westminster, March 2007