It all began back in September 2017 when I started hosting my own radio show on St Andrews Radio (aka STAR) about sustainability and climate activism. Since then I have hosted the show on a weekly basis during term time and have also started posting podcast. My podcast is hosted on Anchor and available via different podcast outlets such as Stitcher, RadioPublic, Apple podcast, Google podcast and Spotify podcast, to name a few. However, live radio shows are the best part since you -the listeners- get to log into the buzzbox, interact, ask questions and I get to interview so many passionate people who also want to make a difference.

So please join me for discussions on environmental politics, eco-activism and sustainability. The show is about finding ways to make a difference and being the change that we want to see in the world. It aims to explore environmental topics and discuss some of the most pressing questions of the 21st century. Eco-Activist Journeys is broadcast on St Andrews radio ( every Friday 3-4pm this semester in the 2019-20 academic year so tune in to join the discussion!

It is an internet-based radio, so you can listen to it from the comfort of your home in any place across the world! Furthermore, there is a live buzzbox where you can enter your opinion and add to the discussion.

I aim to spread positive vibes about how we can make a difference, learn to live more in tune with nature as well as discuss some of the most pressing question of the 21st century. “We are the last generation who can do something about climate change. We are the generation to make the difference.”

For reminders, updates, live streams, petitions and further interaction make sure to follow my Facebook page:


I also upload podcast episodes on Anchor which are published across media platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Breaker, Radio Public and Overcast. Search Eco-Activist Journeys and check out the podcast episodes below: 

Down below is a link to a YouTube video I compiled of one of my past radio shows:

Furthermore, I also have a SoundCloud Account with some recordings and short interviews: