We are proud to work with remarkable people. Each brings their own unique blend of of talent, expertise and creative skills. Listen to some of our new shows and meet creators like Mädchen Amick, Mina Tobias, Samantha Baines, Ramita Navai, Dr Philip Ball, Lucy Cavendish with many more to come.

Aurra Studios are an equal opportunities employer. We can only benefit from a wide range of human experiencesand voices so we encourage applicants from all walks of life to join us. That means whatever you look like, whatever your background and your audio preferences, you will be welcomed into our team. We want your perspectives and life experiences to enhance our organization and our output as a cultural creator.

Independent Podcast Producers and Talent Hosts

Aurra is a transatlantic podcast studio and network.

We operate a sophisticated model for show development and positioning, so when we add a new show we look to see where we can access the biggest and most relevant audience.

We are international and can work with producers on formats that help increase reach and engage with ever larger audiences across multiple markets.

Production Companies, Broadcasters and Distributors

Offering new opportunities for partners with content IP which has been successful on TV/VoD/SVoD platforms (recent or past), cross promoting with the current or original series if re-release is anticipated. Aurra Studios creates content for podcast companion shows and develops standalone original entertainment, to maximise audience engagement over the longer term.

If you’d like to help us make premium content in a collaborative environment, contact us.

Adam Lloyd

Adam is the host of the leading UK crime podcast, UK True Crime. Since 2016, Adam has released over 300 episodes of the podcast which have been listened to over 27 million times. Adam is a regular speaker at crime events, and in 2021 published his first book about Scottish serial killer Angus Sinclair. 

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UK True Crime

Ramita Navai

Ramita Navai is an Emmy and Robert F. Kennedy award-winning British-Iranian investigative journalist, documentary maker and author. With a reputation for working in hostile environments, she has reported from over forty countries, made over thirty documentaries and features and worked as a foreign correspondent for print. After a Masters in journalism at City University, where her graduating film on transsexual legislation in the UK won the national Young Broadcast Journalist of the Year Award, she began her career as the Tehran correspondent for The Times. She has now reported on countless conflicts, and produced multiple documentaries, many of which are award-nominated. She is regularly interviewed about her work and has been a guest on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Morning Joe, Sky News, BBC News, BBC Radio 4’s The Today programme among many others.

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The Line of Fire

Alison Thea-Skot

Alison Thea-Scot is a critically acclaimed actor, comedian, improviser and writer. ‘The reigning queen of character comedy’ (Evening Standard), she has written and produced her own 5-star smash hit, live comedy shows, which won critical acclaim at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and transferred to sold out runs at Soho Theatre in London. Selected as one of the Observer’s Female Millennials Changing Comedy, the Evening Standard’s Best Comedy Shows to See and The Telegraph’s Best of the Fringe. She has worked extensively on TV, theatre, film & radio and can be seen on Comedy Central, Sky, BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and has worked with Bad Robot & Paramount Pictures. She has recorded numerous comedy shows for BBC Radio 4 and has been part of several BBC Comedy Writers Rooms, developing her own pilot sitcom script. She is a highly-experienced improviser, as well as developing improv TV formats for ITV & BBC, she is a founding member of the improv supergroup ‘SORRY’ (Evening Standard’s Funniest Shows to See) and was invited to perform a two-person hour long improv show with Jason Mantzoukas. During Lockdown in 2020, she was asked by Next Up Comedy to host a week of online Q&A conversations for The British Comedy Guide, interviewing comedians from Mark Watson to writers for Charlie Brooker.

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Can’t Keep a Secret

Joz Norris

Joz Norris is an award-winning and critically acclaimed comic, writer and actor. His 2019 show Joz Norris Is Dead. Long Live Mr. Fruit Salad. won the Comedians’ Choice Award for Best Show, was nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality and the Chortle Award for Best Musical & Variety Act, and transferred to an extended run at London’s Soho Theatre. His BBC Radio 4 comedy special A Small Talk On Small Talk was a Guardian Audio Pick of the Week and received rave reviews in the Guardian and the Big Issue, and this year he will write and star in the original sitcom The Dream Factory, also for BBC Radio 4. In 2020 he adapted his canceled Edinburgh Fringe show You Build The Thing You Think You Are into a feature film which was hailed as one of the comedy highlights of the year by the Guardian and the Telegraph. His short films and web series have been Official Selections and award nominees at film festivals worldwide, and as an actor he has appeared in Channel 4’s Hodge Podge and Shots, BBC Three’s Quickies and Blindboy Undestroys The World, Comedy Central’s Guessable, Dave’s The Dave Talks, ITV2’s Elevenish and Wild Seed’s Shambles.

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Can’t Keep a Secret

Mädchen Amick

Mädchen Amick is an Actress / Producer / Director / Writer who moved to the bright lights of Hollywood at the age of 16, to pursue her dream of becoming an actress. Shortly thereafter, director David Lynch, who ended up playing a pivotal role in her career and became her mentor, cast her in the TV cult classic Twin Peaks. She was cast as Shelley Johnson, a role developed specifically for her. Many successful roles later, Madchen is now playing the role of feisty Alice Smith on The CW’s drama television series, Riverdale.
Close to her heart is her mental health advocacy work around the globe. She’s worked closely with premiere organizations over the years such as NAMI, SAMHSA, The David Lynch Foundation and The Creative Coalition – to which she just lobbied for at Capitol Hill – as well as being the first global ambassador for Bring Change to Mind, a non-profit spearheaded by Academy Award winner Glenn Close. Although she’s enjoyed helping to break the stigma surrounding mental illness, it just wasn’t enough for her and her family who have been directly impacted by the inadequacies of our existing health care support services. Just this year they launched a nonprofit direct-impact mental health foundation, don’t MiND me, that will take immediate action to match people in need to essential treatment services.

Mina Tobias

Mina Tobias, the daughter of actress Mädchen Amick (Twin Peaks, Riverdale) and musician/producer David Alexis (Sly and the Family Stone, Mtume),is the co-founder of the mental health foundation don’t MiND me, and co-host of the mental health podcast by the same name, both created as a collaborative effort by Mina and her family to help end the stigma around mental illness and implement direct impact for those most urgently in need of health care.

Claire Clottey

Claire Clottey is a multi award winning broadcast journalist renowned for amplifying the voices of underrepresented communities and increasing their visibility through the production of digital, radio, audio and written content.

Born and raised in the UK, Claire identifies as a Black British Ghanaian Londoner with Caribbean cousins (but not always in that order). Married to a Black American man Claire has set to embrace another cultural identity as she relocates to the US and closes the gap on her 5 year and 5217 mile long distance relationship.

Follow Claire Clottey on her journey as she jumps on the train of other Black Brits living (or attempting) to live the American Dream.

Philip Ball

Philip Ball is a freelance science writer, working at Nature for over 20 years, first as an editor for physical sciences and then as a Consultant Editor. His writings for the popular press (New Scientist, New York Times, the Guardian, the Financial Times and New Statesman) have covered issues ranging from cosmology to the future of molecular biology.

Philip has written many books on science, including works on the nature of water, pattern formation in the natural world, colour in art, the cognition of music, and physics in Nazi Germany. He’s written on the interactions between art and science, and has lectured to scientific and general audiences in the London Victoria and Albert Museum, the NASA Ames Research Center, London’s National Theatre and the London School of Economics. A contributing editor of Prospect magazine (where he writes a science blog), he is also a presenter of “Science Stories” on BBC Radio 4. As a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Phil sits on the editorial board of Chemistry World and Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, and is a board member of the RESOLV network on solvation science at the Ruhr University of Bochum.

Aurra shows

How to Grow a Human

Lucy Cavendish

Lucy Cavendish is a trained counselor and journalist (Daily Mail, The Times) – and you’ll often find her on your TV screens talking about relationships.
An expert in online dating and finding love, Lucy believes that there is somebody out there for everyone. If you are recovering from a divorce, looking for more sex or trying to find your first long-term relationship, Lucy has expert tips to help you achieve your goals. Lucy has helped thousands of people find a real connection, and she now leverages her vast experience to create her new insightful podcast show, The Dating Game.

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Coming soon:
The Dating Game