A selection of radio and on camera work from across Africa, from hunting for a ghost called Sam in a quirky little South African town to reporting live from Kenya's historic ivory burn.


Telling your child you are HIV positive

Harriet Constable is in South Africa where the Aids epidemic has left 7.1 million people HIV positive. It’s estimated that 1.5 million children have been orphaned by the disease, and parents who've been infected struggle with how to tell their children they might be next.

BBC From Our Own Correspondent, June 2018

Rough Guides Interview

Harriet is our correspondent in Nairobi, and worked on the Rough Guide to Kenya. In this conversation, she tells Greg about a car park in the centre of the city where people descend every Sunday to go rollerblading.

Rough Guide to Everywhere Podcast, Nov 2017

Kenya's sand wars

Harriet Constable, reports from Kenya on the increasingly violent and costly incidence of sand harvesting.

BBC From Our Own Correspondent, Sept 2017

Gold, ghosts and wild horses: Kaapsehoop

Harriet Constable visits Kaapsehoop – a village whose fortunes may have faded since South Africa's 19th century gold rush, but which remains rich in history, folklore, and ghosts..

BBC From Our Own Correspondent, Feb 2018

Rollerblading brings the cool kids of Nairobi together

Harriet Constable joins the roller-blading cool kids of Nairobi and finds a welcome distraction from warnings of violence ahead of Kenya's upcoming general election.

BBC From Our Own Correspondent, June 2017

Join the herd campaign at the Kenya ivory burn

As part of the 2016 ivory burn, WildAid ran a #JoinTheHerd campaign. The video featured my live reporting from the event, in which the tusks of over 7000 dead elephants went up in flames in Nairobi National Park. This won awards with Cannes Lions and The Drum.

Wild Aid, April 2016