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Ali Jones is talking to our best-loved creatives about how they caught their breaks. This week Ali chats to British railway historian, travel editor & TV presenter Tim Dunn. 

Tim tells Ali about the teacher who he’ll never forget, how he found his niche and why he wants Britain to fall back in love with our railways.

This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by YunoJuno Freelance Marketplace.

This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by YunoJuno Freelance Marketplace.

Where Did It All Go Right‪?‬ Ali Jones

    • Arts
    • 4.7 • 15 Ratings

Ali Jones is talking to our best-loved creatives about how they caught their breaks. This week Ali chats to British railway historian, travel editor & TV presenter Tim Dunn. 

Tim tells Ali about the teacher who he’ll never forget, how he found his niche and why he wants Britain to fall back in love with our railways.

This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by YunoJuno Freelance Marketplace.

This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by YunoJuno Freelance Marketplace.

    S5E4 - Tim Dunn - Railway Historian & TV Presenter

    S5E4 - Tim Dunn - Railway Historian & TV Presenter

    Ali Jones is talking to our best-loved creatives about how they caught their breaks. This week Ali chats to British railway historian, travel editor & TV presenter Tim Dunn. 

    Tim tells Ali about the teacher who he'll never forget, how he found his niche and why he wants Britain to fall back in love with our railways.

    This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by YunoJuno Freelance Marketplace.

    • 32 min
    S5E3 - Kit de Waal - Novelist

    S5E3 - Kit de Waal - Novelist

    Ali Jones is talking to our best-loved creatives about how they caught their breaks. This week Ali chats to writer Kit de Waal, whose bestselling novel My Name Is Leon is behind the recent BBC feature film of the same name. 

    Kit tells Ali how she always hated reading as a kid, never entertained being a writer until she was in her mid-forties (after a career as a magistrate), and why she thinks it's important for everyone to find that thing that makes us feel alive - whether it's singing or flower arranging.

    This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by YunoJuno Freelance Marketplace.

    • 36 min
    S5E2 -Dina Litovsky - Photographer

    S5E2 -Dina Litovsky - Photographer

    Ali Jones is talking to our best-loved creatives about how they caught their breaks. This week Ali chats to documentary photographer Dina Litovsky. Born in Ukraine, Dina is based in the States and describes her photography as visual sociology. Her work has been featured in the likes of the New York Times, National Geographic, Time Magazine and The Atlantic.

    Dina explains how she can be cool as a cucumber photographing Jake Gyllenhaal, why she religiously listens to two hours of music a day and how she confronts her own prejudices through photography.

    This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by YunoJuno Freelance Marketplace.

    • 25 min
    S5E1 - Dan Gillespie Sells - Singer-Songwriter

    S5E1 - Dan Gillespie Sells - Singer-Songwriter

    Ali Jones is back talking to our best-loved creatives about how they caught their breaks. This week Ali chats to singer-songwriter Dan Gillespie Sells. Dan is best known as the frontman of The Feeling but is also the musical mind behind the BAFTA nominated Everybody's Talking About Jamie .

     

    Dan talks to Ali about how far he's come from playing piano in his dad's living room, the importance of surrounding yourself with people who push you, and how The Feeling boys have remained his musical family in many guises.

    This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by YunoJuno Freelance Marketplace.

    • 44 min
    S4 Episode 6 - Weruche Opia - Actress - Terry in I May Destroy You

    S4 Episode 6 - Weruche Opia - Actress - Terry in I May Destroy You

    This week Ali chats to Nigerian-born actress Weruche Opia. Weruche stars as Terry in Michaela Coel's hit drama I May Destroy You, for which she has won the UK Entertainment Award for Best Actress. She's  been named as one of the Best Performances of 2020 by The New York Times and one of the Best Breakthrough Performances of 2020 by IndieWire. Weruche has also starred in Bad Education, Top Boy and on stage in The Royal Court's Liberian Girl. This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by Pearson.

    • 51 min
    S4 Episode 5 - Andrew Cotter - Sports Broadcaster

    S4 Episode 5 - Andrew Cotter - Sports Broadcaster

    This week Ali chats to Scottish Sports Broadcaster, Andrew Cotter. A leading voice of the BBC's golf, rugby, tennis and athletics commentary, Andrew has covered everything from The Olympics, Wimbledon and The Masters to The 6 Nations, World Athletics Championships and The Boat Race. Oh and over lockdown, he's gone social media viral with his two labradors Olive and Mabel. This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by Pearson.

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

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Where did it all go right? Episode 3

Great chat and very interesting and entertaining. This series would be helpful to anyone keen to go into broadcasting.


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Where Did It All Go Right

Really inspirational and a lot of fun!

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