Philippa started making podcasts a decade ago and set up Podcastable in 2017. A national journalist, she spent 12 years at the BBC presenting live programmes for Radio 4, 5Live and The World Service.
Analysing and explaining business and personal finance stories she's worked across daily and weekly BBC landmarks including The Today Programme, Moneybox and Wake Up To Money and presented her own series, Nice Work, on Radio 4 for five years.
Philippa has interviewed hundreds of experts, politicians, business people and members of the public. She presents the world’s longest-running podcast about people and work for The CIPD, works with corporate clients on in-house podcasts and hosts the off-beat literary podcast: Slightly Foxed.
Lucy is a radio, podcast and virtual reality producer and has produced our CIPD series from Day 1. Having recently made The Butterfly Effect, a non-fiction podcast series for Audible, she now also works with The Guardian’s daily Today in Focus podcast team.
Lucy’s documentaries and features for all the national BBC radio networks and the World Service cover wide-ranging subjects including prostitution, pollution and pay transparency. She also produced the long-running and multi award-winning Jon Ronson On... for Radio 4.
Her earlier programmes for The Guardian have been Sony nominated and she's a judge for the British Podcast Awards.
Lynne is an award-winning current affairs TV and radio documentary producer and editor with 25 years experience at the BBC. She produces our Slightly Foxed series which was selected by The Sunday Times as Podcast of the Week in 2019 after just five episodes.
A freelance executive producer and editorial advisor for Radio 4 Lynne specialises in original journalism for flagships like File on 4, 5Live Investigates and BBC1’s Panorama. She's also managed complex undercover investigations for programmes including the 10 O’Clock News.
In 2018 Lynne added TEDx organiser to her skillset, having co-founded Macclesfield Barnaby Festival in 2009 where she now leads on heritage and culture projects.
Becky is an award-winning audio and radio producer with 15 years experience. She began her radio career on the specialist music shows Gilles Petersen Worldwide for BBC Radio 1 and The Selector for The British Council.
Becky has produced numerous podcasts and internet programmes for commercial, corporate and arts clients. She created and still exec produces the Sony Award-winning internet radio programme, The Book Slam Podcast and, working with the Prison Radio Association, her output includes a Sony-nominated series for the Ministry of Justice and a body of work for Public Health England to raise awareness about HIV and AIDs.
Becky lectures on radio production and works with the Nike Foundation/Girl Effect to set up radio projects for young women in Rwanda and Malawi.