Connie St Louis is an award-winning broadcaster, journalist, academic, writer and scientist. She presents and produces a range of health programmes for radio including BBC Radio’s 4 landmark seven ages of man series, “Life as…” and was a presenter of “Health Matters” on BBC World Service. Her most recent BBC Radio 4 documentary was ‘Ethnic Drugs the Magic Bullet?’ which examined the development of race specific designer drugs by the pharmaceutical industry in recent years.



  1. ScienceOnline2010 – introducing the participants « Science in the Triangle
    December 1, 2009

    [...] St Louis is the Director of the Science Journalism MA at City University, London. She is an award-winning freelance broadcaster, journalist, writer and scientist, noted for her work at BBC Radio 4 and BBC World Service. At the [...]

  2. James Blue
    December 16, 2009

    Hi Connie -

    I am trying to get your e-mail so I can send you some details of my trip over.


  3. Liz Allan
    February 6, 2010

    Hello Connie Can you help me? I am a PGCE student, and I remember hearing a Radio 4 programme about Afro-Caribbean boys whose parents sent them to Jamacia for a summer school because they felt that the English school system was failing them. Did you present that programme? I need references for an essay, and I can’t remember the title. (PS I used to work at Bush House some years ago!) Many Thanks! Liz Allan

    • Connie St Louis
      February 6, 2010

      Hi Liz
      The programme was called raising Ham . The first programme was called Mothers and the second was called Fathers. It was produced bt Mary Ward-Lowery who is based in BBC Bristol.
      Hope this helps



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