Cambridge Podcasts makes podcasting simple for you. If you think podcasting is something you would like to do, but don’t know how to go about it, you have come to the right place. We can take you through the whole process. Whether you have just the beginnings of an idea or a whole scripted series, we can help you bring your podcast to life and start getting heard. Whatever your podcasting needs, get in touch with our friendly team today.

Angela Young

Founder & Producer

Angela Young is a former BBC radio journalist who has worked as a reporter, producer and news editor. She has provided voice training for the BBC and has taught media handling at the prestigious Institute for Management Development in Lausanne. A Cambridge University law graduate and resident for more than 20 years, she has a wide network of contacts in the city and beyond. She is committed to bringing on emerging talent and is working with award-winning young composers and audio editors.

Vince Hunt


Co Producer, Vince Hunt, is a seven-time Sony award-winning producer. His credits include The BBC Radio 2 Radio Ballads, Stuart Maconie’s The People’s Songs: the story of Britain in 50 Records, the BBC World Service multi-media production The Ballad of Africa, the black civil rights series Walking with the Wind presented by Nile Rodgers and the London 2012 Olympic series The Ballads of the Games. He also presented a 40-part podcast series The Global History of Sport in the Cold War made in conjunction with Cambridge University and the Woodrow Wilson Cold War International History Project
Steffi Callister
Steffi Callister is a TV and radio presenter, VoiceOver artist and podcast announcer. She started her career in Belfast but was quickly snapped up by Sky News.
Richard Westgate
Richard has worked with companies such as AON Insurance, Barclays PLC, BONNE AVIA and Medicine sans Frontier. As well as character voice work for stage productions and educational programmes, he has also voiced instructional videos and presentations proving his versatility and adaptability across a variety of media.
Jay Richardson
Award winning composer Jay Richardson wrote the theme music for Pixels from a Crime Scene. He will compose the perfect soundtrack to accompany your podcast.
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