TV & RADIO
My ambition is to be a TV Presenter. I consider myself lucky to have Asperger’s because I believe it is the catalyst that will enable me to achieve my dreams. I would not have achieved half as much as I have or met nearly as many people within the tv world if I did not have Asperger's.
Solihull Radio Children's Show
From 2018-2020 I presented my very own children's show on Solihull Radio every Sunday morning. The shows was jam packed full of children’s songs and events, interviews and episodes of old children's TV shows. Also, I read out my “Rainbow Man”, where each week he was visiting a different local attraction.
My Rainbow Man YouTube Channel: Click Here
Audition for the Top Gear Co-presenters job
In 2015, I applied to be the new Top Gear co-presenter even though at the the time I could not drive. I applied by filming a short audition in my grandads garden. I then appeared in The Times, Birmingham Mail, Solihull News, Mail Online and on BBC WM.
My audition: Click Here
My article in the Birmingham Mail: Click Here
In 2017 I spent a week down in London at the BT Sport Studios. I looked after the Guests on a Rugby Tonight programme, was a runner during a Bundesliga football match and helped to set up the “Clare Balding Show”. I also got to meet some of the Rugby Presenters including Sarra Elgan and was also a stand in during the Clare Balding rehearsals and had to play the part of England footballer, Karen Carney.
CBBC Awesome Authors live in Birmingham
"Awesome Authors" was an event held on the 16th & 17th July 2016 in Birmingham where I got to watch Blue Peter being Broadcast live as well as meeting some of the presenters including Barny Harwood and Radzi chinyanganya. I also met Sam and Mark, Abe Jarman, Ben Shires and Dan Freedman. Ben Shires from "Match of the Day Kickabout" even invited me on to the stage
I had an article written about this along with my "Rainbow Man children's show in the Solihull Observer: Click Here
My interview on the
On Sunday 16th October I was interviewed on the Antiques Roadshow at Baddesley Clinton with my Grandma's 1832 fashion book. I was also lucky enough to meet Fiona Bruce.
My interview: Click Here
"Rainbow Man" children's show
Rainbow Man is a fun and colourful children's television show that is aimed at under-fives to educate and encourage them to learn. Rainbow Man is supported by a fun and quirky narrator as well as memorable friends such as "Grumpy Doug" and "Giddy Gordon". Some of the values that will be portrayed include ‘Empathy’, ‘Self-esteem’ and ‘Creativity’. During each show, Rainbow Man will visit a different location and will educate children on the world around them. Overall the show will be ‘amusing’, ‘educational’ and ‘visually exciting’.
I have created numerous documents on the show including presentations, scripts, style guides and videos. Rainbow Man was reviewed by the Cbeebies commissioning team in 2016 and I now read my Rainbow Man stories on my children's radio show that airs every Sunday morning from 8-10am on Solihull Radio.