Work with me

Do you need…

  • a podcast developed + hosted?
  • a workshop on how to podcast to benefit your business or engage your employees?
  • a video researched, developed, directed + written to a tight deadline?
  • strategic communications advice?
  • help getting your message + you across in an interview?
  • a conference / work event moderated?
  • a website written +  designed?
  • a voiceover done or an audiobook narrated?

I’ll know what to do and get it done with flair, good cheer and a keen eye for the detail.

Get in touch: susan@susanflory.com

 

Relentless tech advances have laid waste to much of my TV and radio work – how I wish I’d managed to digitise the exclusives with the Sinatras and Archbishop Tutu – but I can offer these:

Radio

 

Showreel – Hosting The Mix talk, lifestyle + music show

 

 

Interviews

 

 

 

 

 

 

BBC World Service news bulletin

 

TV News 

 

Showreel

Reuters: Mighty Russia presses advantage

Aug 10, 2008 – A classic David-and-Goliath battle is widening in Georgia as Russian forces in control in pro-Moscow South Ossetia appear headed for Georgia proper.

Before late-breaking news of a Georgian ceasefire offer, Russian troops and tanks were crossing into tiny Georgia, bombing targets outside the disputed enclave of South Ossetia. The rapid escalation of the crisis has alarmed the United States, Georgia’s main ally, which has condemned Moscow’s “dangerous and disproportionate” action.

Fighting in the region began Friday when Georgia launched an offensive to regain control of South Ossetia from separatists. Russia responded with air and artillery strikes.

Susan Flory reports.

Reuters: Georgia says troops withdrawn

Aug. 10, 2008 – Russia disputes Georgia’s claim that it’s withdrawn its forces from South Ossetia and pours thousands of troops and heavy armour into the conflict zone.

Russia has bombed a military airfield outside the Georgian capital Tbilisi and government officials there say Moscow is massing troops in its other breakaway region Abkhazia. And a Russian navy source says warships have set up a Black Sea blockade to keep arms and military supplies from reaching Georgia.

Susan Flory reports.

Reuters demands answers in cameraman’s death in Gaza

April 19, 2008 – A medical examination shows metal darts from an Israeli tank shell that explodes in the air caused the death of Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana.

Hundreds of relatives and fellow journalists attended the funeral procession for the 23-year-old Reuters cameraman.

Israel hasn’t yet said if it will comply with the demand of Reuters Editor-in-Chief David Schlesinger for a swift and impartial investigation into the circumstances of Fadel Shana’s death.

Susan Flory reports.