LittleAtom.com launched in January 2015 with a mission to bring intelligent, insightful and unusual stories to a wide audience. In two years, the site has featured leading writers including Samira Ahmed, Ece Temelkuran, Natalia Antonova, JP O’Malley and James Bloodworth, covering stories from the exploitation of Ireland’s Magdalene women by the global toy industry to Russia’s role in the rise of “fake news”.
Little Atoms was one of the UK’s first podcasts, launching on 2005. Over the years, the programme has featured some of the world’s leading writers and thinkers, from Noam Chomsky to Hanya Yanagihara. Little Atoms is the official podcast of the Wellcome Book Prize. In 2015, the programme was shortlisted for the inaugural online radio awards.
Little Atoms magazine launched in November 2015. Since then, the magazine has featured interviews and essays from the likes of Francis Spufford, Nick Cohen, Suzanne Moore, Fergal Keane, Molly Crabapple, Iona Craig and many more. The magazine won a Creativepool publishing award for its design in 2016, and was shortlisted for the Stack Awards Launch of the Year.
Padraig is a commentator and journalist with a decade’s experience of print and online media.
He has significant experience in strategic communications both online and also for television and radio. He has written and ghostwritten for The Evening Standard, The Guardian, The Observer, The Irish Times, The Daily Telegraph, The New Statesman, and The Sun.
Neil Denny is the editor the Little Atoms Radio Show and podcast, in which capacity he has interviewed hundreds of people from astronauts to zoologists/
Little Atoms has been broadcasting interviews with leading writers from the worlds of science and the arts for 10 years.
89up joins a select group of PR agencies who have been awarded framework contracts in £2 million deal.
Over 50 of the UK's top lawyers have signed 89up's letter, calling for human rights protections to be included in any new UK-EU trade deal.
Open Rights Group chooses 89up for comprehensive PR, events and social media agency brief.
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Little Atoms, an editorial project of 89up, has launched its first print magazine. Little Atoms is the first podcast to evolve into a magazine. Bridging the gap between a journal, annual and high-end magazine, issue one will occupy a new space in publishing.
Renowned reporter released ahead of 40th birthday, after 89up supported campaign