Paul is an economic commentator, used by various networks and programmes. He is a frequent contributor to BBC Radio Ulster’s Good Morning Ulster, Inside Business, TalkBack and Evening Extra programmes and to Radio Foyle’s Breakfast Programme and Mark Patterson Show.

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Paul has appeared widely on tv and radio:

  • As an expert witness on the residential care home sector on the ITV documentary Exposure: Who Cares?
  • An occasional contributor to Sunday Politics, for BBC TV Northern Ireland.
  • Providing background on child abuse allegations on Channel 4 News.
  • As an expert commentator on the banking sector for a BBC1 NI Spotlight documentary.
  • As an expert commentator on the Northern Ireland economy for a second BBC1 NI Spotlight documentary.
  • Budgetary commentary for BBC1 NI and for Radio Ulster and Radio Foyle.
  • The Today Programme on Radio 4 on the prospects for Irish unity.
  • The Today Programme on Radio 4 on the publication of his book Changing Money.
  • Nicky Campbell’s ITV discussion programme on children in care.
  • Radio 4’s Laurie Anderson Programme on the impact of the internet.
  • Radio 5’s Jeremy Vine Show discussing the role of think-tanks.
  • Radio 5 news discussing internet banking.
  • Radio 4’s World Tonight discussing politics in Leicester.
  • Newsnight discussing politics in Leicester.
  • Channel 4’s Dispatches discussing politics in Leicester.
  • Radio Ulster’s Stephen Nolan Show discussing the Northern Ireland economy.
  • Ulster TV discussing the impact of a border poll on the Northern Ireland economy.
  • BBC TV NI’s Newsline discussing the cost of going to university.
  • BBC TV NI’s Newsline discussing the Ilex Urban Regeneration Company.
  • BBC TV NI’s Newsline discussing the crisis in the retail sector.
  • Court reporting for BBC Radio Leicester and for Leicester Sound.
  • RTE Radio 1, several interviews discussing the Northern Irish economy.
  • A regular contributor to Radio Ulster’s former Sunday morning discussion programme.
  • Presenting the business news on Good Morning Ulster in the absence of the regular presenter.


Paul was also engaged by Channel 4’s Dispatches to work as a researcher for one proposed programme and he produced a General Election in Northern Ireland blog for the Today Programme.

Paul has conducted media training sessions for voluntary sector and private sector clients, working with a client to undertake mock radio and tv interviews.