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How I made a podcast documentary during lockdown

So, for a couple of years now I’ve been toying with the idea of making a podcast documentary about East Grinstead, a town where I spent much of my childhood and which I wrote about during my ‘pretend to be a journalist’ phase. It’s a really interesting place — the UK home of Scientology, Mormonism, Opus Dei…etc — and I wanted to see whether I could frame a podcast around a place, rather than a person.

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Nick Hilton

Nick Hilton

Writer. Podcast entrepreneur. London. Interested in technology and the media. Co-founder podotpods.com Email: nick@podotpods.com.

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