Penny is an award-winning radio documentary maker, podcast producer and writer. Her work specialises in audio and trains journalists in audio production skills and editorial values. Penny worked as a journalist in the BBC World Service for 20 years – with three years as the correspondent in her home country Zambia. She holds a MA in Southern African Studies from the University of York and a BA in English History from the University of Kent. Penny loves to help people tell their own stories. Among her most fulfilling projects are the audio documentaries ‘Looking for Aunt Martha’s Quilt’ and ‘Knitting in Tripoli’.