Meri Fatin podcaster broadcaster
Meri Fatin podcaster broadcaster

I’m an experienced podcaster, broadcaster, interviewer and journalist specialising in finding the deeper story – developing rapport through solid research and preparation. In 2018 I have a new focus with my podcast turning to health, wellbeing, human endeavour and mastery.

Formerly a producer of live news and current affairs radio at ABC Perth, my clients have included the Perth Writers Festival, The Department of Culture and the Arts WA, PICA and the Disrupted Festival of Ideas.

My Rare Air podcast features one-on-one long form interviews revealing the remarkable stories of Australians whose lives may never make front page news, but whose experiences are diverse and engaging.

In 2015/16 I was senior producer for the Perth International Arts Festival’s collaboration with London’s Empathy Museum, called A Mile in My Shoes.

My skills go beyond broadcast though. They find the unique stories within your business and convey them with authenticity to your clients and customers.  They workshop better relationships in your team using empathic conversation.

Through PICA’s Spark_Lab program, in 2016 I spent time with students from Warnbro Community High School as they developed their media skills.  I can work with your school or business to do the same, and as an experienced podcaster I can help bring your podcast ideas to life too.