A news podcast that starts with the people who are normally asked last.
Meet the team
Mathilda Mallinson is a multimedia journalist who has reported for The Guardian, The Independent, Financial Times, Evening Standard, Guilty Feminist and more. Specialising in human rights and immigration, she co-founded Refugee Media Centre and has worked in this capacity with the Radio 4’s Today Programme, Sky News and many international outlets to improve refugee representation in the press. Coming from a background in humanitarian aid, she co-founded and edited the activism platform People Who Do Things, and continues to direct humanitarian video campaigns, including for Choose Love and Amnesty International.
Helena Wadia is a multimedia journalist and presenter working across print, video and audio. She has previously worked for Evening Standard, London Live, Channel 5 News, BBC Asian Network, The Independent, NME and more. Helena has created extensive content that covers both the daily news cycle and distinct work on feminism, race issues, and social justice. She has appeared on the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show, BBC News, BBC’s podcast Newscast, BBC London, Times Radio, Channel 4’s Inspiring Women panel, in the Huﬃngton Post and more.