As seen in

Since I started blogging, I’ve racked up a fair few media appearances. You may have seen or heard me among the following.

If you’re looking for a dad’s point of view for your article or broadcast or a spokesperson for a brand campaign, please email me at


Good Morning Britain – Should ‘stop’ mean ‘stop’ when tickling children? 

Victoria Derbyshire programme – The fatherhood penalty


BBC Radio 4 – homework in primary schools

BBC Radio 5 Live – various parenting topics (multiple appearances)

Various – The formula for family bliss revealed (Spokesperson for Hollywood Bowl campaign)

BBC Radio Kent – Royal baby/becoming a dad

BBC Hereford & Worcester Malcolm Boyden Show – Do older dads have geekier sons?

BBC Sussex Danny Pike Show – various parenting topics (multiple appearances)

BBC Radio Leicester Jonathan Lampon Show – The changing role of dads

BBC Radio Stoke Stuart George Show – What makes a good dad?

LBC – various parenting topics (multiple appearances)

BBC Radio London – various parenting topics (multiple appearances)

talkRADIO – Shared parental leave

BBC Georgey Spanswick Show – Little white lies we tell children (broadcast on all BBC local radio stations)

BBC Mark Forrest Show – Father’s Day (broadcast on all BBC local radio stations)

Sovereign FM – MAD Blog Awards


The Sunday Times – Primary school parents join Gary Lineker and Kirsty Allsopp in opposition to homework

Daily Mail – Milli Hill criticises new paternity leave proposals

Sunday Express – Father knows best: Top 10 daddy blogs

Shoreham Herald – Paladone Dads Play Date event

Eastbourne Herald – Dad blogs his way to national award

Sussex Express – Blogger dad looks to national award

Diary of the Dad’s first newspaper appearance. How young we both look!


Baby London – Best of the Blogs, March/April 2016

Candis – Is technology bad for our relationships?

Mother & Baby

NI4 kids magazine (and website)

Giving unwanted advice to royalty in Mother & Baby magazine.


Dad.Info Regular contributor

BBC Trending – Can men really have it all?

MSN – The changing role of the modern dad

CBeebies Grown-ups blog – How one dad is encouraging his family to get active

Up All Hours Resident writer

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