Broadcaster

'Bloody brilliant.'

'You give us sparkle dust.'

'Thank you for asking the questions that really matter.'

 

Voice Over

Voice heard on TV and radio, web videos, virals and explainers.
Get in touch if you need something voicing up.
 

Host

‘Witty, entertaining and good at making events run successfully.’

'We hope to work with you again very soon!'

Contact

I love hearing from you.

For work bookings - or if you've got a question - this is the place to reach me. 

Hello!

Thanks for stopping by. This is the place where you can find out about the projects I'm working on and where I'll share some of the things I'm excited about. I host two radio shows on BBC Radio Bristol - the Sports Store on Wednesday nights, 6pm & Saturdays 11-2pm - and pop up in other places too - so come and say 'Hi'.

Having a microphone's just an excuse to meet all sorts of fascinating people and have a go at things I wouldn't normally get to try. I've been floored in less than a second by a Master of martial arts, had snakes, rats and spiders crawling over my face and cycled backwards on a reverse tandem, all while live on the radio.


I've picked up the odd award too - welly wanging champ (1994) and more recently some honours for doing good shows on BBC radio.
Thanks for all the help you’ve offered me - turning on the show in the afternoon, supporting events and watching my videos. I’m really grateful. If you'd like to stay in touch on Facebook - I'm here:

https://www.facebook.com/rawlingsontheradio

 

If you've got an exciting event or project that you'd like me to get involved in - send me an email hello@laurarawlings.co.uk or get in touch via social media. 

P.S. The photo below...

I don't usually look like I've got a pineapple-esque bush on top of my head - just when I'm at the Antiques Road Show ;)



 

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On TV

I've presented some features for television - including one about a giant, ancient cave in Bristol and one about the Bristol Hollywood legend, Cary Grant.

They were broadcast on BBC One.

Created by Henry Wilmer