This event is open to any young person aged 18-25.

This ‘How to’ Roundhouse Roundtable will explore the skills and logistics as well as creative thinking around producing your own podcast. Whatever your theme or style our panel of experts share some of their knowledge on what makes great listening.

The panel:

  • Arlie Adlington (Podcast Producer – Somethin’ Else)
    Arlie is an audio producer for independent production company Somethin Else and VICE, as well as Steering Group Member of diversity and inclusion media charity, Multitrack.
  • Alex Adey (Partner Manager and Producer – Spotify)
    Alex is Partner Manager & Producer, UK & IE at Spotify.
  • Leanne Alie (Commissioning Producer (Podcasts) – BBC)
    Leanne Alie is Commissioning Producer at the BBC, Podcast Producer of Dope Black Dads/Women and Steering Group Member of diversity and inclusion media charity, Multitrack.
  • Niccy Logan (Station Manager – Transmission Roundhouse)
    Nicole is Station Manager of Transmission Roundhouse, an audio producer having worked across, BBC 1, BBC 1Xtra and BBC Sounds and Producer our the ONT: The Communion Podcast, Steering Group Member of diversity and inclusion media charity, Multitrack and Trustee for Bloomsbury Arts Festival.

Fill in the form and you will be emailed a link to access the online discussion.

What is a Roundhouse Roundtable? The Roundhouse’s doors might be closed but the conversation isn’t! As part of our commitment to the thousands of young people we work with and the foundations that literally hold our building up, we have launched this series of creativity-led digital forums.

They will be held every other Tuesday for 18-25 year olds and will be delivered by a collective of established artists in the sector and the Roundhouse staff teams. Each week will focus on a specific topic or provocation, and any young person aged 18-25 is welcome to join in.

Whether you have burning questions to ask, a skill to hone or you just want a space to listen or be heard, these forums are for you. These Roundtables are a chance for us to all come together and share from each other at a time where it’s easy to feel disconnected.