Child podcaster interviews the National Literacy Trust Communications Manager Anil Ranchod

Anil Ranchod, Senior Media and Comms Manager at the National Literacy Trust is interviewed by a 7-year-old podcaster in this episode of The Segilola Salami Show podcast where she asks him about the work he does.

Following new research published by the Trust that shows that more than 2 in 5 (44%) girls in the UK say they don’t enjoy reading (the Forgotten Girls), Anil asks Aisha, his interviewer, about her favourite books too.

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About Anil Ranchod

literacy trust communications manager anil podcast interviewI am an experienced PR & Communications professional who featured in PR Week’s Power Book 2018/19/20/21 and have been named in Propel 100 The Most Influential In-House PR Professionals in the World 2021. I have a successful career history of working in the voluntary sector. A natural leader, I’m highly skilled in corporate communications, managing and delivering campaigns, measurement & evaluation and crisis communications. I have a strong work ethic and am driven to fight injustice.

You can connect with Anil on LinkedIn by clicking here or on Twitter. Anil’s Twitter handle is @ARanchod

 

About The Segilola Salami Show

The Segilola Salami show is an audio podcast talk show hosted by the female Nigerian-British podcaster Segilola Salami who is also an author, freelance writer and blogger. Please click here to see the full list of Yoruba children’s books written by Segilola Salami.

The show is set in a virtual cafe and is a podcast on books and publishing. The aim of the show is to be both educative and informative but in an entertaining way. Guests from all works of life come on the show to talk about the books they have read or written and how books motivated or inspired them. Listeners of the show get to discover new authors and new books as well as learn something new. Also, as the show is set in a virtual cafe, it is a fun podcast to listen to at work, while running or even when driving.

The show is published weekly on Tuesdays at 9 am GMT London. Please click here to review the different ways to listen to or subscribe to this podcast to be notified when a new episode is released.

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