Our recent clients

Internet Watch Foundation

Cambridge Podcasts was commissioned to make a series of six half hour podcasts for the Internet Watch Foundation. whose remit is to remove child sexual abuse material form the internet. Pixels from a Crime Scene is a hard hitting series which features interviews with victims, offenders law enforcement and executives of Facebook, Microsoft, Google, BT and Talk Talk .


"The IWF commissioned Angela Young and her company Cambridge Podcasts to write, present and produce a six part podcast series. The subject matter, online child sexual abuse, required Angela not only to get up to speed quickly with a complex, specialised subject but also to deal with some extremely sensitive and at times harrowing material. Throughout the process, Angela approached the challenge with total professionalism, endless energy and an almost fanatical attention to detail which was required. To achieve this she was incredibly patient, open minded and always flexible. She has delivered a series that has totally exceeded all our expectations and of which we are incredibly proud. Angela is a total pleasure to work with and I couldn’t recommend her more highly. "


Susie Hargreaves

Chief Executive

Internet Watch Foundation


Cambridge Podcasts made two podcasts for the St John's Innovation Centre to help guide University spin-off companies through the difficulties of starting up a new business. The two episodes provided fascinating insights from a legal and financial perspective.

"Angela is a consummate professional.  She offers excellent service managing all aspect of podcast delivery including preparation, execution and delivery."

Claire Johnsen

Senior Innovation Adviser

St John's Innovation Centre


St John's Innovation Centre

The Brain Tumour Charity

Cambridge Podcasts are delighted to be working with The Brain Tumour Charity on  "A Sense of Tumour". The series follows presenter Angela Young through a course of radiotherapy treatment at the world famous Addenbroookes Hospital in Cambridge for the residue of a brain tumour. Angela documents various aspects of the process and speaks to experts along the way. As its name suggests, the podcast takes the view that laughter is the best medicine so will have a good dose of humour. Episode 1 features an interview with presenter Victoria Derbyshire about documenting her breast cancer treatment for TV.

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The Institute of Continuing Education 

The Institute of Continuing Education is part of the University of Cambridge. They commissioned a series of four podcasts with leading authors for the fiction residency course, including Louis de Bernières, author of Captain Corelli's Mandolin.