RADIO SADIE started in television as a kids’ TV presenter on TVB, ITV and Disney Channel. She presented fact ent and performed in comedy sketch shows Stripped Off, Sack the Writer, Pop Stars, Dinner Party, How Not To Break Into, Living in a Box, The Del Vecchios & The Bottom Line for BBC3, E4, Channel 4, MTV, cable & web.
In 2012 she played shambolic presenter Miss Adventure (a role she had been inadvertently rehearsing for her entire life) in an improvised skit with rock band Motorhead, which broadcasted on Funny or Die, before taking the character onto the airwaves of RTHK Radio 3.
She’s produced & presented documentary shorts and feature-length films for Sky, Discovery, Channel 4 and France 3, including Sailing Miss Sadie, Ship of Fools, Tucker’s Luck, Wild Horses, The CSJ Awards, Hug a Hoodie & Polo Field of Dreams. She’s produced & presented two radio docs for RTHK Radio 3, Bipolar Express and As Bad As It Gets.
She played Wanda in US western film West of Thunder (2012) and an actress of ill repute in British comedy film FLIM The Movie (2014). In 2019-2020 she co-produced Transference: A Bipolar Love Story through Mental Ideas with the same director and crew who produced Flim, Contro Vento Films. In Feb 2020 the film reached the competition stage of the New York Socially Relevant Film Festival in the Narrative Feature category, among 4 other films. In March it was selected for the Arizona International Film Festival and Buenos Aires International Film Festival. In April the film was offered distribution by New York’s 1091 Media.
Bipolar Express was Highly Commended in the Creative Feature category by the Association for International Broadcasting in 2015. It received an internal award from RTHK in 2016. West of Thunder won the Political Film Society USA’s ‘Best Film on Human Rights‘ and ‘Best Film on Peace‘ Awards in 2013. The film also won the Audience Award at the Almeria Western Film Festival in Spain. Flim: The Movie was nominated for Best British Debut at the British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) in 2014. In Oct 2019 she won International Broadcaster of the Year from the National Independent Film Association (NIFA).