Katie Burningham

Katie Burningham

Independent Producer

Producer

Katie is a former MA Radio student from Goldsmiths College, University of London, and before that a Classics graduate from Oxford. She joined Falling Tree in 2008 and her first production was a portrait of an all-girl Led Zeppelin tribute act called Lez Zeppelin. Katie has subsequently produced two programmes for BBC R4 about cycle couriers, City Messengers and City Messengers: Still Pedalling? as well as working on several editions of Something Understood. For the BBC World Service, Katie has recently produced a series about the role of the bicycle around the world called The Bicycle Diaries, and is currently working on a number of new commissions for BBC Radio 4 and the World Service. When Katie is not working at Falling Tree Productions, she volunteers with Bulgarian children's charity ZOV UK. In 2011 Katie Burningham's 'Heel, Toe, Step Together' won gold for Best Feature at the Sony Radio Academy Awards


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The story of an octogenarian dancer teaching a 28-year old how to waltz.

Heel, Toe, Step Together

The story of an octogenarian dancer teaching a 28-year old how to waltz.

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