…in no particular order:

Lilly’s story: “The day I went to prison, I got my life back” (BBC Stories, February 2019)

Tainted love (BBC Stories, July 2018)

Nicky Crane: The secret double life of a gay neo-nazi (BBC News Magazine, December 2013

The daydream that never stops (BBC Stories, October 2017)

The secret in my blood (BBC Stories, July 2018)

Coronavirus 2020: A cluster of islands; A toast to my cancelled wedding; The month everything changed; Volunteer army

We, the undersigned… (BBC Stories, July 2019)

You’re on the verge of losing everything – but you don’t understand why (BBC Stories, January 2018)

Election 2019: The electoral rapids of the River Dee; A hair’s breadth; Divided flock; The longest walk

The making of a male midwife (BBC Stories, October 2017)

The man who squeezes muscles (BBC Stories, September 2016)

Alabama, UK: The Bristol bus boycott (BBC News Magazine, August 2013)

The Thankful Villages (BBC News Magazine, November 2011)

The island that swapped donkey rides for offshore cash (BBC Stories, November 2017)


Did Operation Ore change British society? (BBC News Magazine, December 2012, with Tom De Castella)


London-centric (BBC News Magazine, September 2015)

The joyful dearth of World Cup hype (BBC News Magazine, June 2014)

The mystery of the ‘legal name fraud’ billboards (BBC Stories, June 2016)

How often do plane stowaways fall from the sky? (BBC News Magazine, September 2012)

The ghost Tesco stores (BBC News Magazine, February 2015)

Operation Julie: How an LSD raid began the war on drugs (BBC News Magazine, July 2011)

The death of a Poundworld (BBC Stories, June 2018)

How does grief cause physical pain? (BBC News Magazine, May 2016)

Five ways to survive in a three-generation household (BBC News Magazine, May 2016)

Do people get their politics from their parents? (BBC News Magazine, October 2013)

The art of the filibuster: How do you talk for 24 hours straight? (BBC News Magazine, December 2012)

The formula for Scottishness (BBC News Magazine, October 2012)

Life after the (non) end of the world (BBC News Magazine, December 2012)

The union leader everyone had heard of (BBC News Magazine, May 2014)

Could a UK politician ever vow to bring down house prices? (BBC News Magazine, May 2015)

The offal truth about American haggis (BBC News Magazine, January 2013)

UFO hunters: They are still watching (BBC News Magazine, September 2012)

The curious American cult of Jane Austen (BBC News Magazine, January 2013)

Peep Show and the stigma of flat-sharing in your 40s (BBC News Magazine, November 2015)

Why are lattes associated with liberals? (BBC News Magazine, October 2014)

How Ghost Town defined an era (BBC News Magazine, June 2011)

The independent coffee republic of Totnes (BBC News Magazine, August 2012)

Why does PPE rule Britain? (BBC News Magazine, September 2010)