TV + Radio

I have appeared in the media many times, for example on BBC News, BBC Breakfast, BBC Today, Sky News, ITN News, BBC World etc. I have also appeared as a guest on panel shows such as the Infinite Monkey Cage with Robin Ince, Brian Cox, Simon Singh and Dave Gorman.

I appeared in the recent popular show about women and tech “Girls Can Code” on BBC3

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I am interested and knowledgeable about technology, social media, social media campaigning, technology as an enabler, technology education, kids and tech, Bletchley Park, Alan Turing and women and technology. I’m probably addicted to Twitter and happy to talk about that too 😉

I was interviewed by Robert Llewellyn for his show Carpool which featured on Dave

I was interviewed by The Telegraph, ITN and BBC News about Alan Turing on 24th December 2013, the day that he was given a royal pardon by Queen Elizabeth II.

Desert Island Dishes: I was interviewed by food blogger James Ramsden on his program “Desert Island Dishes” which appeared on the “Really” channel.

I’d love to hear from you, please get in touch here or on Twitter:

Dr Sue Black | CarPool

Robert Llewellyn interviews me about two of my big passions: Bletchley Park and Alan Turing whilst driving me to Bletchley Park for lunch a quick tour.

I was interviewed by The Telegraph about Alan Turing on 24th December 2013, the day that he was given a royal pardon by Queen Elizabeth II.

Desert Island Dishes: I was invited to chat to food blogger James Ramsden about  my favourite foods. Yum! He cooked me foie gras and steak and chips which was delicious, even though it was cold by the time we got to eat it, ah the joys of making TV programmes 😉 The programme was sponsored by Maldon Sea Salt.

Google Developers Live

Mandy Waite and Eze Vidra interview me for Google Developers Live – Women techmakers

Speaking to the wonderful Penny Jackson about how I got involved with Bletchley Park and why it’s such an important place in my heart

I was interviewed as part of “Keeping pace with a digital revolution” run by 21centurychallenges.org & the Royal Geographical Society.

 

 

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