Index of published work
Please find below a full index of my published work, including an array of commissioned and non-commissioned opinion and political pieces, reviews, blogs, news articles, interviews and video content across a variety of publications. The links to the web addresses where the articles were published can be found next to the article descriptions.
A publication offering advice, tips and information to journalists.
An article about the role Snapchat plays in mainstream newspaper’s content strategy, framed by an interview with Jasper Fulcher from the Telegraph: https://www.journalism.co.uk/news/-tiktok-does-not-have-the-same-environment-for-media-partners-as-snapchat-/s2/a760239/
An article considering the impact COVID-19 has had on journalism graduates, framed by an interview with Imogen Holland, recent graduate and current radio journalist: https://www.journalism.co.uk/news/how-did-you-get-your-first-job-in-freelance-journalism-/s2/a760949/
A UCL-affiliated student platform that comments on art, culture and the world around us.
Theatre review, UCL production of A Clockwork Orange: http://www.savageonline.co.uk/our-journal/theatre/a-clockwork-orange/
An article considering how the closure of The Phantom of the Opera is a sign of changing times in the theatre world: http://www.savageonline.co.uk/our-journal/the-show-must-not-go-on/
Review of David Attenborough’s ‘A Life on Our Planet’ documentary: http://www.savageonline.co.uk/our-journal/review-david-attenborough-a-life-on-our-planet/
‘Origins’ Print Edition, an article considering the changing world of theatre in the pandemic (p.90): http://www.savageonline.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Savage-Issue-12-v.3.pdf
The Meridian Magazine:
An online publication giving students a platform to share stories from all corners of the globe.
A news-based article detailing the findings of an Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review published in July 2020 and what the findings imply about the gender-divide in the NHS: https://meridian-magazine.com/womens-problems-ignorance-and-injustice-at-the-heart-of-our-healthcare-system/
UCL Pi Online:
The oldest and largest student journalism society at UCL, voted “Best Publication in London” at the Student Publication Association Regional Awards 2021.
Personality politics in the media: https://uclpimedia.com/online/personality-politics-and-todays-media
An analysis of Blair’s university policy: https://uclpimedia.com/online/should-tony-blair-have-encouraged-half-of-young-people-to-attend-university
Is Britain losing its cultural sovereignty?: https://uclpimedia.com/online/is-britain-losing-its-cultural-sovereignty-2
Film review, Bombshell: https://uclpimedia.com/online/film-review-bombshell
The impact of social media on communication: https://uclpimedia.com/online/does-social-media-improve-or-impede-communication
Is Feminism still relevant the 21st century?: https://uclpimedia.com/online/the-f-word-is-feminism-necessary-in-the-21st-century
The impact of LGBT inclusivity in education: https://uclpimedia.com/online/gender-and-sexuality-reducing-the-taboo-through-education
An analysis of Scotland’s Period Bill, with a consideration of the positive and negative effects underlying the Bill: https://uclpimedia.com/online/free-the-period-free-sanitary-products-in-scotland
An article considering the lack of representation in modern Western politics, and the possible effects: https://uclpimedia.com/online/the-lack-of-representation-in-modern-politics
An analysis of whether the first UK Lockdown was lifted too soon, considering the economic, social and political implications: https://uclpimedia.com/online/is-lockdown-lifted-too-soon
An article considering the effect COVID-19 has had on the Fresher’s experience, framed by an interview with a first-year student at UCL: https://uclpimedia.com/online/itll-be-an-experience-to-look-back-on-being-a-fresher-in-the-covid-19-pandemic
A commentary on Nicola Adams’ Strictly Come Dancing journey, and how she has changed the narrative on professional ballroom dancing: https://uclpimedia.com/online/nicola-adams-and-strictly-come-dancing-a-refreshing-sign-of-changing-times?rq=Isabelle%20Osborne
UCL Pi Magazine:
Edition 765, ‘The Dangerous World of Social Constructs’ (p.38): https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5d0dc22f70b70c00015d510a/t/5eab199a0fc67753ab4cac29/1588271623833/Bricolage.pdf
Edition 726, ‘Debunking misconceptions about Freshers week’ (p.40-1): https://issuu.com/pimediamagazine/docs/freshers_edition_25sept_issuu
HIVE South Yorkshire:
The hub for young writer activity in the South Yorkshire region.
‘How far is too far?’, an article considering South Korea’s intrusive use of surveillance culture in their attempt to track and trace infected citizens and how the UK’s response differs/replicates this, can be read here: http://www.hivesouthyorkshire.com/isabelle-osborne
UCL Inspiring Minds Programme:
UCL from Home, a blog post offering advice for remote learning: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/arts-humanities/inspiring-minds-induction-2020/student-quarter/ucl-home
The Matter of Black Lives, an article reviewing an event hosted by UCL Professors considering several works of fiction and how they relate to the BLM movement: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/arts-humanities/inspiring-minds-induction-2020/icymi-catch-events/matter-black-lives-reading-group
UCL website and services:
Thanksgiving Blog, a blog post on the topic of my first Thanksgiving celebration: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/arts-humanities/student-blogs-and-vlogs/my-first-thanksgiving-ucl
Staying productive whilst working from home, a blog offering remote studying tips: https://ambassador.unibuddy.co/blog/post/5f99b4740631e40f118d68ec
Making the most of UCL Societies, a blog offering advice for students at UCL in regards to getting the most out of the Students Union: https://ambassador.unibuddy.co/blog/post/5fb6cd580f4ed006803818ab
Bookshops in London, a blog considering my top five bookshops: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/accommodation/news/2020/oct/discover-5-best-bookshops-london
Video content creation:
A video, filmed and edited by myself, detailing how students can maintain positive mental wellbeing during the academic year: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/arts-humanities/student-blogs-and-vlogs/wellbeing-series
A video, edited by myself, offering propsective students of the UCL Department of English Language and Literature an insight into the UCL English Society: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/english/department?fbclid=IwAR3X9gdLMZAY8mrfpQ3LqxHsha__ueJ48xuIoB9-DUOghYJPx8n3O6blLl0
Sine FM is Doncaster's local radio station; our FM broadcast reaches over 116,000 households & 7,100 businesses locally. I work with the ‘1DN’ show team, a show focusing on businesses in the local area, producing quality radio content for the weekly show. Every week, I source and interview multiple guests for the show, primarily business owners and organisations across the region on their business strategies, experiences and services, before editing and formatting the interview material ahead of the show for production using Audacity software.
Below is a list of the interviews I have sourced and conduct during my role to date:
Jarrod Osborne, Ski Olympic (ski tour operator based in French alps).
Chris Page, Pristine Industrial Cleaning Services.
Phil Sheppard, National Literacy Trust.
Alyson Scott, CEO Doncaster Mind.
Sally Lockey and Keeley Lane, Right Up Our Street.
Carmelle Harold, Changing Lives Doncaster.
Helen Garlick, author of 'No Place To Lie'.
Lydia Lowther, Voluntary Action Doncaster.
David Shaul, Doncaster Wool Market.
Claire Hoyles, Home Instead.