Working under Contemporary Black Music Culture’s broad topic concern (exploring race, culture and musical expression), Jacqueline contributes to television and radio news and arts programming, including Saturday Review, Front Row and Last Word and: Woman’s Hour

She consulted on Loftus Media’s creation of the three-part documentary series, Black Music In Europe in 2017 and served as Presenters’ Friend on BBC television and radio news platforms following the death of Michael Jackson in June 2009.



Bouffants, Beehives and Bobs |
BBC Timeshift, 2013

Jacqueline was a guest contributor to this BBC Timeshift documentary for BBC Four that explored the role hair plays in reflecting the social, cultural and gendered identities of its national populous and the social climate(s) they live in.

The hairstyles worn by male and female musicians of colour (British, American & African) influence those sported by music-buyers world-wide. What does this 'mirroring' say about one's racial, ethnic and fashion identity? 

She was involved in the creation of three music-related radio documentaries while employed at the BBC, producing Marvin Gaye: 20 years later for 1xtra, presenting Tupac Shakur: The first martyr of hip hop for the World Service and From Motown to Murder Inc for BBC Radio 4.


BBC Blast/BFI Future Film Festival Imitation vs. Inspiration, London | 2011

Commissioned by BBC Blast as part of the third annual Future Film Festival, this bespoke workshop celebrated the 25th anniversary of EastEnders and classic British cinema and explored the importance of adhering to British Copyright Law.

After watching vintage episodes of the London-based soap opera, its online spin-off E20 and scenes from British films held in the BFI's Mediatheque, attendees explored the themes, social messages and contexts shown before reworking them into new scenes of their own creation.

This workshop cultivated the collective and individual abilities of the attendees to reversion creativity and expand on the perceived limits of an established narrative without infringing copyright.



How Hip Hop Changed the World, Channel 4, 2011| Contributor

The Review Show, BBC 2, Nov 2010 | Guest Panellist

The 40th anniversary of the death of Jimi Hendrix at Handel House, BBC World News, September 2010 | Presenter Music, Rebellion & the Death of Malcolm Mclaren. BBC World News | Guest Contributor

Delivered monthly music release and live event recommendations for E24, the BBC News Channel's entertainment strand (May 2009 -July 2010).

'Sound of 2010', BBC Breakfast |Contributor

The death announcement of Michael Jackson & his cultural and musical contribution, BBC News Channel; BBC World News; E24 & Newsround, 2009 | Presenters’ Friend & Commentator

The funeral of Michael Jackson, BBC World News, 2009 | Presenter’s Friend

The Michael Jackson memorial, BBC News Channel & BBC World News, 2009 | Presenter's Friend

Newsnight ReviewMichael Jackson special, BBC 2, 2009 | Contributor

Newsround, Chris Brown's assault verdict, 2009 | Contributor

BBC 5 O'clock News: Michael Jackson O2 concert announcement, 2009 |Contributor

Michael Jackson London concert announcement, BBC News Channel, 2009 | Contributor

Newsround, The Chris Brown & Rihanna assault case, 2009 | Contributor

Greatest Albums Ever, MTV Base, 2009 |Contributor

Motown at 50, BBC World News Today, 2009 |Commentator

Bob Marley tribute, The World, BBC4, 2005 |Contributor

British Pop: A Social History, BBC 2, 2005 |Contributor

The Nationwide Mercury Music Prize: BBC 2, 2003 | Live result Commentator

Top Ten Rap, Channel 4, 2001| Contributor