The Show Must Go On

With all live sport and live comedy cancelled for the foreseeable future, this 10-part weekly show will feature some of the people that should have been lighting up our screens and stages this summer. A selection of guests including Olympians, Paralympians, Wimbledon players and Euro’s Home Nations stars will team up with a well-known comedian to provide insight into their life and how they’ve been affected during self-isolation. First episode airs 2 May. Supported by the Audio Content Fund.

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Loneliness Awareness Campaign

A week-long campaign to highlight loneliness, for Loneliness Awareness Week 15-19 June 2020. Focussing on the stories of twelve people, the series will look at how loneliness is intergenerational and investigate the impact of factors like ethnicity and locality. Supported by the Audio Content Fund.

What People Are Saying

“As a format, radio is all about connecting with listeners and hearing their views or personal stories and experiences. Loneliness Awareness Week has been a real success at highlighting the issue and helping more people find a way out of it.” – Ian Collins, Presenter, talkRadio

Loneliness Awareness Week has been such an important campaign, it raised such awareness and got people thinking . It was a very unique type of campaign too, given the way it so seamlessly flowed into our editorial.” – Dan Wootton, Host of Drive on talkRadio

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We’ve created multiple podcasts as part of The Offside Rule, garnering international recognition and awards.


  • Vogue’s best football podcast 2019
  • Webby Awards 2019 – best sport podcast, official nominee
  • Guardian’s top 5 sport podcasts 2018
  • Lovie Awards 2018 – best sport podcast, special commendation (Honouring the Best of the European Internet across Websites, Apps, Mobile Sites & Podcasts)