RADIO

 

Rough Guide to Everywhere, November 2017

First up, we speak with Harriet Constable. Harriet is our correspondent in Nairobi, and worked on the Rough Guide to Kenya. In this conversation, she tells Greg about a car park in the centre of the city where people descend every Sunday to go rollerblading. Listen here, from minute 1.26

Image by Rachel Clara Reed

 

BBC From Our Own Correspondent, August 2017

Sand is the second most used natural resource on the planet after water, and the world is running out. In Kenya, sand is precious and harvesting it is becoming increasingly violent. Listen here, from minute 17:11.

Image by Rachel Clara Reed

 

 

BBC From Our Own Correspondent, June 2017

The roller-blading cool kids of Nairobi find a welcome distraction from warnings of violence ahead of Kenya’s upcoming general election. Listen here, from minute 11:40.

Image by Rachel Clara Reed

 

 

ON CAMERA

 

Kenya Ivory Burn, April 2016

In April 2016, 105 tonnes of ivory were sent up in flames by the Kenyan government to send a global message condemning the illegal ivory trade. Live reporting from the event in Nairobi National Park.

 

Join the Herd, Kenya Ivory Burn, April 2016

As part of the 2016 Ivory Burn WildAid ran a #JoinTheHerd campaign. The video won awards with Cannes Lions and The Drum, featuring my reporting.