Now three years old, Ross Sutherland’s Imaginary Advice podcast has grown from being “a thing recorded sitting in a wardrobe for no-one” into one of the most highly regarded literary podcasts in the UK. Included in the Telegraph‘s list of best fiction podcasts and Stylist Magazine’s Podcast Top 50, Imaginary Advice is a scratch-pad for new forms of audio storytelling. Sutherland has adapted Jay Z’s the Black Album into an audioguide for the Tate Modern, turned Noel Edmunds career into a theme park and remixed an episode of The Today Programme into a poem about “John Humphries’ existential dread”.
Ross is also a regular contributor to Radio 4’s Short Cuts and a poet and playwright. You can watch his award-winning documentary Stand By For Tape Back-Up at his website www.imaginaryadvice.com