Media - I write, I talk, I Contribute

To discuss how I can be of help call me on 07931 303367 or email


Articles and Comments

I can provide a comment or you can commission me to write an article on career and life issues. I’m regularly featured in the press and respond promptly to requests.

I can cover a wide range of topics, particular expertise is in:

  • Retirement, pretirement, life after 60
  • Issues related to life after 50
  • Career management
  • Finding a job you love
  • Talent management
  • Redundancy
  • Finding a job at 50+
  • How to get promoted
  • Dealing with problems at work
  • Career transitions
  • Personal branding
  • Weight loss motivation

Speaking Gigs

I can provide engaging talks on career, lifestyle, and retirement. Let’s arrange a time to discuss your requirements.

PR Campaigns

Denise Taylor - Media DayWhen you need some expert support to your media campaign I can help with writing articles, adding comment to publications and radio days. I get great feedback.

I’m regularly featured in the press. You can read all my online articles and other media coverage via my main site

This was me taking radio calls for JET2 holidays, discussing why we should take short city breaks.

To discuss how I can be of help call me on 07931 303367 or email



Denise is a seasoned radio contributor with well over 100 appearances, a partial list is below, and full details via this link.

2 November 2012

Radio Gloucestershire – Discussing topical issues with Kate Clarke on a 1 hour segment of the show

16 August 2012

BBC Scotland – Practical suggestions for when you only get part time work offered. On the Kaye Adams Show.

28 April 2012

Radio Gloucestershire – Discussing topical issues with Kate Clarke on a 1 hour segment of the show

21 May, 2012

Jo Thoene’s Radio Oxfordshire show- discussing body image with Pete Cohen on lunch time show

27 February 2012

BBC Three Counties Radio – Jonathan Vernon Smith discussing ‘Is it wrong to ask people to work for their Jobseeker’s Allowance?’

22 February 2012

Radio Gloucestershire – Mark Cummings show

14 January 2012

Radio Gloucestershire, guest on the Kate Clark show discussing news items over a 1 hour show

12 October, 2011

BBC Three Counties Radio – Discussing unemployment and how to find a job with Jonathan Vernon Smith

31 August, 2011

BBC Radio Scotland – Discussing how to fall in love with your job with Stephen Jardine on the Fred Macaulay show

23 June, 2011

Radio WM – Drive Time Show discussing interview disasters

14 December 2010

3 Counties Radio, discussing comments in the news by a Tory Councillor

7 August 2010

Radio 4 – guest contributor to Alvin Hall’s Radio Series – Generations of Money

26 July 2010

Radio City – Older people looking for work on The Pete Price Show

14 April 2010

3 Counties Radio – Should children work/ paper boy being exploited with Jonathan Vernon-Smith

04 March 2010

Guardian Podcast – Discussing interviews with Kerry Eustace

29 December 2009

BBC Radio 4, The Today Programme discussing graduate unemployment with Justin Webb. Also featured on Radio Gloucestershire, LBC Radio with Vanessa Feltz, Jeremy Kyle on Talk Sport Radio, Victoria Derbyshire on Radio 5 live and more

February 2004

BBC Radio 4 Careers Guidance on The Nice Work programme

TV Appearances

Tonight – How Safe is Your Job?

With unemployment rising, what are your chances of joining the dole queue by Christmas? Monday 17 November 2008. Since I was on the show I’ve lost 8 stone! You can access the programme via this link.

Also featured in ‘Change That‘ – a lifestyle programme presented by Mark Curry (I worked with Liz Wagstaff transforming a piece of furniture) and CBBC XChange in 2005 where I was involved in historical vignettes as a 17th Century housewife.

BBC Radio Gloucestershire
City Talk
BBC Radio4
BBC Three Counties Radio
BBC Solent
BBC Radio York
Dune FM
West Sound
Colourful Radio
Express FM
Hayes FM
Heart FM
Sky News Radio
Star FM
The Eye
Westside FM
BBC 5live
BBC Radio Bristol
BBC Radio Scotland

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