Back in January, Highways News created a new podcast series “Highways Voices”.
Thousands of listeners later, we’re celebrating the end of the first year of programmes with a special highlights edition – and some examples of where things didn’t quite go right first time.
The programme features clips from some of the most popular interviews, including with TV legend Michael Rodd, newspaper columnist Peter Hitchens, behavioural expert Rory Sutherland and transport ministers past and present with Stephen Ladyman and Trudy Harrison.
You can also hear clips from the first Highways Voice, John Pickworth of SWARCO, along with Geoff Collins of Jenoptik, Helen Blood of Boundary PR and Marketing, TfL’s Glynn Barton, White Willow Consulting owner Andy Graham, nutritionist Gilly Brunton and Adept’s Mark Corbin plus thoughts on leadership from Richard Tredwin of SRL, Clearview Intelligence’s Nick Lanigan and LCRIG’s Martin Duffy.
Then there’s a section showing how things sound before the editing software has been used, mostly pointing out mistakes by presenters Paul Hutton and Adrian Tatum, although there is the curious moment where one guest sounded like he’d turned into a dalek.
Remember all the interviews are available in full on our podcast page. The bloopers are not.
A Merry Christmas to you from all the Highways News team.