A footballer dies of dementia, younger than he should
A 14-year old-rugby player is told to play on through multiple blows. He never wakes up from the last one
A scientist reveals endemic brain disease in NFL players and is discredited
A survivor of domestic abuse can't remember details when standing up in court
This is the story of the degenerative brain disease, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). This is a story of power, of science and sport, and of the bodies that society deems worth sacrificing.
Hana Walker-Brown is a multi-award-winning audio documentary maker, writer and currently an Executive Producer for Broccoli Content, a London based podcast production company founded in direct response to the lack of opportunities for minority talent both in front and behind the mic, great content and break through industry barriers.
Hana is a fearless and passionate advocate of multi-medium storytelling and has covered an exceptional range of stories. She is a guest lecturer at Goldsmiths College, University of London and has given talks and masterclasses around the world about her work and creative processes.
Hana has created work for Audible, the BBC , the Guardian, National Geographic, Spotify and Warner Brothers among many others.