Our next masterclass: everything you need to know about podcasting THURSDAY Sept 17 at 7pm

Georgia Coan, Shehab Khan, JaJa Muhammad

  • Are you thinking of starting your own podcast?
  • Would you like to know how to get into podcast production full-time?
  • What kit do you need?

We’re running a FREE masterclass with three podcast producers from across the industry.

We’re delighted to have our former mentee, Georgia Coan from the BBC’s podcast unit back with us, plus Jaja Muhammad from podcast production company Broccoli Content, and Shehab Khan who co-hosts the ‘Calling Peston’ podcast for ITV. Together, they’ll be talking about their journey into the industry, how they’ve been making podcasts during a pandemic, and the future of podcasting.

Our online masterclass is free and open to all. To sign-up for it, please book your place here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Georgia Coan

Georgia is a podcast producer, journalist, and reporter for the BBC.

She currently works in the BBC News Podcast Unit and has produced and reported for award-winning podcasts ‘Beyond Today’ and ‘The Next Episode’ by BBC News. She also helps to produce ‘Newscast.’ and is a previous mentee with the John Schofield Trust.

Shehab Khan

Shehab is a political reporter for ITV News based in Westminster. Shehab co-hosts the ITV News podcast, ‘Calling Peston’, as well as appearing on ITV News bulletins.

Jaja Muhammad  

Jaja Muhammad currently works as a podcast producer for Broccoli Content. She started in music radio production, with Beat London and Apple Music Radio, before moving to news sequence programmes at BBC Radio 4, including ‘Beyond Today’ podcast.

We are grateful to our speakers for volunteering their time to give our masterclasses. We do not charge for our masterclasses as we are keen to make our public masterclasses accessible to all.

If you can afford to, please consider a donation to the Trust here or by texting ‘SCHOFIELD’ to 70085 so that we can continue hosting our series of free masterclasses and everyone can benefit, regardless of size of their pocket.