Henry McDonald

Investigative journalist and media commentator, who has worked at The Guardian and its sister title, The Observer for over two decades, where he was at the centre of the digital journalism revolution, and also covered Changing Streams and Inside Connections for The Guardian. He has written and worked for a number of international media titles, which includes – The Spectator, GQ, The Sunday Times, The Irish News, Evening Press, Dublin, The Belfast Telegraph, Irish Echo, New York. Currently, McDonald is a regular contributor on BBC Radio Scotland discussing Northern Ireland affairs. He has participated in two separate podcasts for the Time of Our Lives programme, fronted by the highly-regarded, David Aaronovitch, which focused on recent violence in Ulster loyalist areas and the departure of Arlene Foster as Democratic Unionist leader and First Minister of Northern Ireland. The podcast is part of The Times Radio.

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Construction, investment and art in Coventry with Chenine Bhathena, Coventry 2021’s Creative Director

In an interview for the Constructive Voices Podcast, I asked Chenine Bhathena, the Creative Director of Coventry 2021 about the big building projects that are an integral part of Coventry City of Culture 2021. According to Chenine Bhathena, “There are …

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