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Creative Grind is an interview series with professionals in the arts and entertainment.From DJs and presenters, to bloggers, photographers and more, each episode is an insight into the world of creatives working in dream jobs.

Latest Episodes

Ali Plumb on getting into film, the art of press junkets and his favourite Hollywood stars

Ali Plumb is BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra's film critic, where he is the face of the station's film content, most notably the 'Movies That Made Me' strand in which award-winningactors analyse their greatest roles to date. Following successful stints at Empire Magazine and Digital Spy, Ali landed a gig at the BBC in 2016, where in his day-to-day he can be found chatting to the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone. Ali took a break from interviewing Hollywood's megastars to chat about his career so far, the importance of press junkets and the movies that made him. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Ali: Instagram: @AliPlumb Twitter: @AliPlumb Things mentioned: Movies With Ali Plumb https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04b15fh (https://www.roundhouse.org.uk/young-creatives/) Radio 1's Screen Time Podcast https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02r4zfx With thanks to: One Fine Play https://www.onefineplay.com (https://www.onefineplay.com/) Isaa...

56 MIN2019 SEP 7
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Ali Plumb on getting into film, the art of press junkets and his favourite Hollywood stars

Georgia Lewis Anderson on creating a viral TV show, the hustle in journalism and how to give a robot a personality

Georgia Lewis Anderson is a journalist, broadcaster and AI conversation designer, designing conversations for robots for some of the world's biggest tech companies. Georgia started her career interviewing the likes of P Diddy and Justin Bieber for YouTube channel SBTV, before producing and presenting her own viral TV show, The Fox Problem. She has been a UK host of Apple Music's Beats 1’s playlist hours and covered BBC Radio 1’s call-in show The Surgery. A keen investigator of trends influencing her generation, she has written for The Huffington Post and Vice, plus is a regular contributor to BBC 5 Live. In this episode, Georgia talks about breaking into the media industry and how a secret interview at Microsoft led her to designing personalities for robots! Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Georgia: Instagram: @georgia_la Twitter: @georgia_la https://www.georgiala.com Things mentioned: Roundhouse Young Creatives https://www.roundhouse.org.uk/yo...

48 MIN2019 AUG 16
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Georgia Lewis Anderson on creating a viral TV show, the hustle in journalism and how to give a robot a personality

Josh Gunston on the music industry, starting a record label and the importance of mental health

EHow do you start a record label? What is the best way to develop artists? Is starting a business with your friends a good idea? These are just a few of the questions that Brighton-based entrepreneur Josh Gunston gives his take on. Josh started his journey into the world of music business when he co-founded Southpoint, a record label established in 2015 to shine light on the UK's bass and grime scene. Southpoint are now considered one of the UK’s leading grime and bass movements. In 2018, Josh graduated with a first (1:1) degree in Music Business (BA) and left his part-time supermarket job to begin working full-time in the industry, including more recently on his latest venture, Project Gosh. In this episode, Josh gets candid about the highs and lows of his experience in the business - so far. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Josh: Instagram: @joshgunnn / @projectgosh Twitter: @joshgunnn / @projectgosh https://www.projectgosh.co.uk Follow Southpo...

47 MIN2019 MAY 3
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Josh Gunston on the music industry, starting a record label and the importance of mental health

Jennifer Savin on making it in journalism and the process of writing a novel

ECosmopolitan Features Writer? Check. Author? Check. Co-founder of South London's only book club dedicated to reading iconic celebrity autobiographies? Nailed it. Since joining the UK's number one glossy magazine in 2015 (with her work additionally published in The Independent, Women's Health, The Times and more), Jennifer has progressed from intern to award-winning journalist. In this episode, Jennifer talks all-things journalism and the process behind crafting a debut novel - with some hilarious anecdotes about her time in the industry along the way. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Jenni: Instagram: @savcity Twitter: @JenniSavin https://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/author/12606/jennifer-savin/ The Wrong Move (pre-order): https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wrong-Move-Jennifer-Savin-ebook/dp/B07MF1KJD2 With thanks to: The Pod at White City Place Isaac Joel / Soundstripe

44 MIN2019 APR 26
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Jennifer Savin on making it in journalism and the process of writing a novel

Tina Michael on building a beauty business and the success behind Shoreditch Nails

Following a varied career in marketing, PR and model booking, Tina Michael had a desire to start her own business. Tina founded Shoreditch Nails nearly a decade ago, a modern nail salon in East London noted for it's trend-setting styles and celebrity clientele. In 2018, Tina launched the Shoreditch Nails Academy which aims to train and inspire the next generation of nail technicians. In this episode, Tina shares her journey of building a beauty business and the challenges she has faced along the way. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Tina: Instagram: @shoreditchnails / @tinashoreditchnails Twitter: @shoreditchnails https://www.shoreditchnails.com With thanks to: The Pod at White City Place Isaac Joel / Soundstripe

34 MIN2019 APR 19
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Tina Michael on building a beauty business and the success behind Shoreditch Nails

Ellie Sabine-Singh on getting into TV, radio and the art of doing just about everything

EFrom developing TV shows and radio presenting, to creating online content and hosting her own panel talks... Ellie Sabine-Singh has been busy. As a renowned radio presenter and TV developer for Trickstar Radio, Foundation FM and Warner Brothers TV respectively, her work focuses on emerging talent and creative culture. She is creator and host of Drinking Out Loud, a fun, inclusive and boozy panel talk series dedicated entirely to fighting against overly-serious, insular and dry panel talks. In this episode, Ellie shares her story of breaking into entertainment and the art of doing just about everything. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Ellie: Instagram: @elliesabsin / @drinkoutlouduk Twitter: @elliesabsin / @drinkoutlouduk Things mentioned: Period: End Of Sentence (Netflix) Foundation FM http://foundation.fm Drinking Out Loud's next event https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/drinking-out-loud-what-is-the-future-of-online-radio-post-radar-tickets-5680903...

48 MIN2019 APR 13
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Ellie Sabine-Singh on getting into TV, radio and the art of doing just about everything

GIRLI on breaking into the music industry and the making of a debut album

EIn this episode, singer-songwriter GIRLI discusses breaking into the music industry and the challenges she has faced along the way. GIRLI’s debut album ‘Odd One Out’ is out now. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow GIRLI: Instagram: @girlimusic Twitter: @girlimusic girlimusic.com Things mentioned: Dr Stuart’s http://www.drstuarts.com With thanks to: The Pod at White City Place Satellite 414 Isaac Joel / Soundstripe The screaming children for the lovely backing vocals (sorry!)

47 MIN2019 APR 7
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GIRLI on breaking into the music industry and the making of a debut album

Introduction: Creative Grind - Series 1

Hello and welcome to Creative Grind! This is a show that aims to get inside the minds of creatives in the world of arts and entertainment. Expect candid chats with DJs, presenters, bloggers, business owners and more. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco With thanks to: The Pod at White City Place Isaac Joel / Soundstripe Thalia Carter

1 MIN2019 APR 7
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Latest Episodes

Ali Plumb on getting into film, the art of press junkets and his favourite Hollywood stars

Ali Plumb is BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra's film critic, where he is the face of the station's film content, most notably the 'Movies That Made Me' strand in which award-winningactors analyse their greatest roles to date. Following successful stints at Empire Magazine and Digital Spy, Ali landed a gig at the BBC in 2016, where in his day-to-day he can be found chatting to the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone. Ali took a break from interviewing Hollywood's megastars to chat about his career so far, the importance of press junkets and the movies that made him. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Ali: Instagram: @AliPlumb Twitter: @AliPlumb Things mentioned: Movies With Ali Plumb https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04b15fh (https://www.roundhouse.org.uk/young-creatives/) Radio 1's Screen Time Podcast https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02r4zfx With thanks to: One Fine Play https://www.onefineplay.com (https://www.onefineplay.com/) Isaa...

56 MIN2019 SEP 7
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Ali Plumb on getting into film, the art of press junkets and his favourite Hollywood stars

Georgia Lewis Anderson on creating a viral TV show, the hustle in journalism and how to give a robot a personality

Georgia Lewis Anderson is a journalist, broadcaster and AI conversation designer, designing conversations for robots for some of the world's biggest tech companies. Georgia started her career interviewing the likes of P Diddy and Justin Bieber for YouTube channel SBTV, before producing and presenting her own viral TV show, The Fox Problem. She has been a UK host of Apple Music's Beats 1’s playlist hours and covered BBC Radio 1’s call-in show The Surgery. A keen investigator of trends influencing her generation, she has written for The Huffington Post and Vice, plus is a regular contributor to BBC 5 Live. In this episode, Georgia talks about breaking into the media industry and how a secret interview at Microsoft led her to designing personalities for robots! Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Georgia: Instagram: @georgia_la Twitter: @georgia_la https://www.georgiala.com Things mentioned: Roundhouse Young Creatives https://www.roundhouse.org.uk/yo...

48 MIN2019 AUG 16
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Georgia Lewis Anderson on creating a viral TV show, the hustle in journalism and how to give a robot a personality

Josh Gunston on the music industry, starting a record label and the importance of mental health

EHow do you start a record label? What is the best way to develop artists? Is starting a business with your friends a good idea? These are just a few of the questions that Brighton-based entrepreneur Josh Gunston gives his take on. Josh started his journey into the world of music business when he co-founded Southpoint, a record label established in 2015 to shine light on the UK's bass and grime scene. Southpoint are now considered one of the UK’s leading grime and bass movements. In 2018, Josh graduated with a first (1:1) degree in Music Business (BA) and left his part-time supermarket job to begin working full-time in the industry, including more recently on his latest venture, Project Gosh. In this episode, Josh gets candid about the highs and lows of his experience in the business - so far. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Josh: Instagram: @joshgunnn / @projectgosh Twitter: @joshgunnn / @projectgosh https://www.projectgosh.co.uk Follow Southpo...

47 MIN2019 MAY 3
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Josh Gunston on the music industry, starting a record label and the importance of mental health

Jennifer Savin on making it in journalism and the process of writing a novel

ECosmopolitan Features Writer? Check. Author? Check. Co-founder of South London's only book club dedicated to reading iconic celebrity autobiographies? Nailed it. Since joining the UK's number one glossy magazine in 2015 (with her work additionally published in The Independent, Women's Health, The Times and more), Jennifer has progressed from intern to award-winning journalist. In this episode, Jennifer talks all-things journalism and the process behind crafting a debut novel - with some hilarious anecdotes about her time in the industry along the way. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Jenni: Instagram: @savcity Twitter: @JenniSavin https://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/author/12606/jennifer-savin/ The Wrong Move (pre-order): https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wrong-Move-Jennifer-Savin-ebook/dp/B07MF1KJD2 With thanks to: The Pod at White City Place Isaac Joel / Soundstripe

44 MIN2019 APR 26
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Jennifer Savin on making it in journalism and the process of writing a novel

Tina Michael on building a beauty business and the success behind Shoreditch Nails

Following a varied career in marketing, PR and model booking, Tina Michael had a desire to start her own business. Tina founded Shoreditch Nails nearly a decade ago, a modern nail salon in East London noted for it's trend-setting styles and celebrity clientele. In 2018, Tina launched the Shoreditch Nails Academy which aims to train and inspire the next generation of nail technicians. In this episode, Tina shares her journey of building a beauty business and the challenges she has faced along the way. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Tina: Instagram: @shoreditchnails / @tinashoreditchnails Twitter: @shoreditchnails https://www.shoreditchnails.com With thanks to: The Pod at White City Place Isaac Joel / Soundstripe

34 MIN2019 APR 19
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Tina Michael on building a beauty business and the success behind Shoreditch Nails

Ellie Sabine-Singh on getting into TV, radio and the art of doing just about everything

EFrom developing TV shows and radio presenting, to creating online content and hosting her own panel talks... Ellie Sabine-Singh has been busy. As a renowned radio presenter and TV developer for Trickstar Radio, Foundation FM and Warner Brothers TV respectively, her work focuses on emerging talent and creative culture. She is creator and host of Drinking Out Loud, a fun, inclusive and boozy panel talk series dedicated entirely to fighting against overly-serious, insular and dry panel talks. In this episode, Ellie shares her story of breaking into entertainment and the art of doing just about everything. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow Ellie: Instagram: @elliesabsin / @drinkoutlouduk Twitter: @elliesabsin / @drinkoutlouduk Things mentioned: Period: End Of Sentence (Netflix) Foundation FM http://foundation.fm Drinking Out Loud's next event https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/drinking-out-loud-what-is-the-future-of-online-radio-post-radar-tickets-5680903...

48 MIN2019 APR 13
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Ellie Sabine-Singh on getting into TV, radio and the art of doing just about everything

GIRLI on breaking into the music industry and the making of a debut album

EIn this episode, singer-songwriter GIRLI discusses breaking into the music industry and the challenges she has faced along the way. GIRLI’s debut album ‘Odd One Out’ is out now. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco Follow GIRLI: Instagram: @girlimusic Twitter: @girlimusic girlimusic.com Things mentioned: Dr Stuart’s http://www.drstuarts.com With thanks to: The Pod at White City Place Satellite 414 Isaac Joel / Soundstripe The screaming children for the lovely backing vocals (sorry!)

47 MIN2019 APR 7
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GIRLI on breaking into the music industry and the making of a debut album

Introduction: Creative Grind - Series 1

Hello and welcome to Creative Grind! This is a show that aims to get inside the minds of creatives in the world of arts and entertainment. Expect candid chats with DJs, presenters, bloggers, business owners and more. Find us: Instagram: @creativegrindco Twitter: @creativegrindco With thanks to: The Pod at White City Place Isaac Joel / Soundstripe Thalia Carter

1 MIN2019 APR 7
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Introduction: Creative Grind - Series 1
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