Mike Williams works across ABC radio as a digital producer and documentary maker.
Starting as an intern with RN’s features unit, Mike produced long and short form content for programs such as 360documentaries, Into the Music and The Night Air. During this time he helped organise In the Dark community listening events.
In 2012 he moved to Melbourne to be part of the team that launched RN Drive, RN’s flagship nightly current affairs program. In the same year he was a Walkley Young Journalist Of The Year finalist for his feature, The Shearing Game.
After co-presenting and producing Long Story Short for RN, he worked on launching DoubleJ and bringing the iconic J Files music history program back to life.
Mike was awarded the 2015 Tony Barrell Fellowship, which he used to create A Kangaroo Has Three Ears – an homage to the seminal 1978 radio feature, What’s Rangoon To You, Is Grafton To Me.
Mike’s half of radio-combo postbake, with Timothy Nicastri. Their work has been recognised internationally, including second place in the KCRW Radio Race. They are currently working together on The Real Thing podcast.
Mike’s proud to have learnt the ropes of radio craft at Sydney community radio stations 2ser and FBi and has a media degree from Macquarie University.