Dunya Simões

Broadcast Journalist

United Kingdom

BA Politics and Sociology undergraduate at the University of Warwick (with an intercalated year abroad at Sciences Po Grenoble) who has an avid interest in broadcast journalism. I strive to have my audio and written work published across different platforms.

UK/EU dual citizen.


Audio & Video

BBC Coventry and Warwickshire
The Sound of Cov - BBC CWR

I co-produced a radio package for BBC Coventry and Warwickshire, representing RAW 1251AM. My segment covers the impact of COVID-19 on students and student societies at the University of Warwick.

RAW 1251AM
#ShameOnYouWarwick Interview

An interview with the founders of the #ShameOnYouWarwick 2020 Campaign - a student-led protest against the University of Warwick's mishandling of sexual violence cases. The interview went viral as it was their first give media coverage.


TEDx Warwick
The Power of Storytelling: Ruth Ntumba

Dunya Simões talks to Ruth Ntumba about the power of storytelling, as well as the importance of representation in the entertainment industry.

A Little Insight
Fertility Inequality and the LGBTQ+ Community - A Little Insight

Written by Dunya Simões As well as being a time for celebration and honouring the LGBTQ+ community, Pride month also serves to highlight the issues faced by our queer peers. One of these issues is the fertility inequality in the LGBTQ+ community.

A Little Insight
Pink capitalism, Pinkwashing and Pride Month - A Little Insight

Written by Dunya Simões June 1 marks the arrival of Pride Month. Typically known for the parades, the month seeks to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, yet the concept of what Pride Month has become is not as celebratory as we may think. As with other minority groups, the LGBTQ+ community has become a commodification.

The rise and fall of Andrew Cuomo

My article detailing Governor Cuomo's career for Perspectives, a political commentary magazine. The piece was then shortlisted for 'Best US Article' at the annual Perspectives awards show.