Media & Speaking
My broadcasting career spans over 20 years, during which time I have presented a variety of programmes for the BBC related to mental health including: Little Angels (Bafta nominated); Teen Angels, The House of Tiny Tearaways (nominated for a Royal Television Society award), Am I Normal?, Child of our Time, How to Improve your Memory, The Truth About Improving Your Mental Health, The Truth about Child Sex Abuse, Bedtime Live (Channel 4), Panorama, Newsnight. Also: The French and Saunders Christmas Special.
I was co-writer, with Jennifer Saunders, of the BBC2 comedy: The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle.
I have hosted three series of the award-winning podcast: How did we get here? with Claudia Winkleman.
I present on the radio about a variety of subjects related to mental health, including: The Victims Voice (Radio 4; a Sony Gold Award winner), All in the Mind, Women’s Hour, A Good Read.
Keynote & Conferences:
I am engaged to deliver keynote speeches at charity, corporate and professional body events, and conferences. My most recent keynote engagements include:
- DAPH Annual School Leadership Conference
- Thomas’s London Wellbeing Conference
- Bradford Headteachers Conference
- Weydon Multi Academy Trust
- The Boston Consulting Group
- National Theatre
- Boarding Schools’ Association
- Wycombe Abbey School
- Blackpool Council
- Surrey Secondary Phase Council
- Learning Partners Academy Trust
- Putney High
All enquiries should be made to:
Sophie Laurimore: email@example.com