TV and Radio Parenting Expert, Sue Atkins
Sue Atkins

“I am absolutely THRILLED with this ! I’m so excited & proud of it. You are an excellent host & I love the sound and feel to it. It flows beautifully & seamlessly…

Thank you Kevin for making this a wonderfully professional project & for your expertise & attention to detail.”

Sue Atkins, TV Parenting Expert

 


I’ve been podcasting since 2010 and have produced well over 550 episodes of various different shows.

EdublogMy Yes Music Podcast began in 2011 and earned a top rating in the ‘Personality’ section of the European Podcast Awards in 2012.

The Pivotal Podcast, which I have hosted and produced for  Pivotal Education since 2013, was voted into the top five of the worldwide Edublog Awards ‘Best Educational Use of Media’ category in 2015. It was also a finalist in the 2015 UK Podcasters Awards and number 1 in its iTunes category in 2016.

The Sue Atkins Parenting Show has a blend of expert parenting advice from TV Parenting Expert, Sue Atkins and interviews with world-renowned leaders in the field.

12079641_1635816846691602_3877553303655006683_nMore importantly, the relationships created with global audiences have resulted in many hundreds of powerful connections.

Listeners contact me every week and contribute to the shows.

 


 

EPISODE EXAMPLES

Episode 328 of the Yes Music Podcast included live reporting from the Yes 50th Anniversary Fan Convention as well as well as a conversation with my co-host, Mark Anthony K, who lives in and podcasts from Canada with me every week:

Episode 191 of the Pivotal Podcast was one of the most thought-provoking of all time. Host and behaviour expert, Paul Dix, interviewed Ian Gilbert on the state of education in England today and what we should be doing about it:

Episode 67 of the Sue Atkins Parenting Show featured an interview with Andrew Merriman who talks about adjusting to life as a Dad to a Down’s Syndrome child. Sue and I also discuss if it is ever OK to put your kids ‘on a diet’ & debate the shocking rise of internet ‘child shaming’: