Often compared to the ‘Duracell Bunny’ for her unrelenting energy and enthusiasm, Sarah Gosling is a presenter, podcaster, voiceover artist, writer and tastemaker in all things arts and music.

 

Sarah’s passion centres on new arts and helping to boost creative visibility through her self-curated and much-respected BBC Music Introducing in the South West and BBC Upload shows, on BBC Introducing does Front Row (BBC Radio 4) and in her weekly BBC Spotlight TV feature.

 

A highly versatile presenter, she successfully blurs the line between specialist and personality driven broadcasting, which in two years of presenting has led to stints depping for Phil Taggart on the BBC Radio 1 Hype Chart, for Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music, presenting a series of Mindfulness Mixes on BBC Radio 1 and hosting an award-nominated episode of BBC’s The Next Episode centering on sexual harassment in the music industry. Outside of broadcasting Sarah is a Patron of the Music Venue Trust, helping to safeguard struggling grassroots venues across the country, writes culture-based pieces for the likes of The Guardian, Clash Magazine and Little White Lies and hosts live events including stages at Glastonbury and Boardmasters Festival.

 

In May of 2020 Sarah teamed up with fellow broadcaster and pal Becky Hand to create Calm Down Dear, a podcast centering on, quite simply, enthusiasm. With a desire to tell female-stories as their focus, Season 1 has seen the pair chatting to the likes of Harry Potter actor and activist Evanna Lynch, singer and YouTuber Dodie and multi award-winning playwright Winsome Pinnock. Season 2 is set for release in late September via Acast.