Danielle Manning

Journalist

Location icon United Kingdom

Danielle Manning is a journalist and broadcaster. She is currently interning at The Financial Times. She has produced and presented programmes for the BBC World Service, Resonance FM, Podium and Transmission Roundhouse. Her documentary about Scrabble ‘Triple Score Wellington’ was chosen as Hardeep Singh Kohli’s ‘Pick of the Week’ on Radio 4, while Patricia Nicol at The Times described it as ‘superb factual programming’. She was recently awarded a scholarship from the Journalism Diversity Fund to study an NCTJ Diploma in Multimedia Journalism with News Associates.

Portfolio
Financial Times
05/22/2019
BP prepares for low carbon future

Two investor resolutions at BP's annual meeting in Aberdeen this week showed how pressure is building on oil companies to take action on climate change and chairman Helge Lund acknowleged the need to repurpose the business towards a low carbon future.

Resonance FM
Eastcast Show #45 Live On The Clear Spot

Studio interviews with award winning writer and performer Rob Auton, photographer Syd Shelton about his involvement with Rock Against Racism, and Jacob and Kennedy from Take Back the City.

Next Up Magazine (Previously DFFRNT)
Does commercialism in art harm young artists?

Big galleries are putting on blockbuster exhibitions which bring in the punters, but are failing to expose lesser known artists to the viewing public.

Camden Community Radio
July Newscast

Including an interview with Councillor Georgia Gould about how we misrepresent young people. Packages by: Danielle Manning & Freddy Chick with contributions from Ann Carroll, Angela Routley, Laura Gallop and Joseph Hughes