A series of workshops on digital tools and techniques that help us tell a story. We’ll be exploring your creative ideas with your community.

Do you have something to celebrate and share with your community? Join us and see how you could share what you love with the rest of the world through podcasting.

In this workshop you will explore how to ask potential guests good questions and how to develop their answers into a story you could develop.

The process from idea to editing can be tricky but your host, Ruth Amos, will show you how to pick out themes, build a story and get ready for the next step…going live!


You can find us at Dodworth library. The venue has on street parking, a bus stop right outside and is wheelchair accessible.

Dodworth Library
12 Dodworth Green Road
S75 3RP


Need a bus ticket?

If you are not in employment, we can provide bus tickets for you to access this workshop. Please reserve a bus ticket at checkout. We’ll be in touch with your tickets.

Need childcare to attend?

Have young children not in school but would like to attend? We provide an onsite creche. Please let us know how many children and their ages when reserving your place. If your children are aged 7 to 11, there will be a similar workshop on for them.

Your Host

Ruth Amos

Ruth is an inventor, engineer, YouTuber and motivational speaker!

As a result of nearly missing out on a career in engineering, Ruth established Kids Invent Stuff as a way to get more young people understanding engineering and science. To hopefully see it as a career option particularly for girls. Ruth also records a podcast, They Made It, where she interviews women inventors to find out about what and how they make!

Ruth Amos




This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund and supported by the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority.

The UK Community Renewal Fund is a UK Government programme for 2021/22. This aims to support people and communities most in need across the UK to pilot programmes and new approaches to prepare for the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. It invests in skills, community and place, local business, and supporting people into employment. For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/uk-community-renewal-fund-prospectus