Sadie Kaye: Head of Social Responsibility, Development Producer
Sadie Kaye is a TV & radio writer-performer, South China Morning Post humorist, Radio Television Hong Kong presenter and podcaster. She can currently be heard hosting ‘Mental Ideas’ and performing her humor column ‘Sharp Pains’ on RTHK Radio 3. Her ‘Bipolar Express’ documentary was Highly Commended by the Association for International Broadcasting in 2015 (‘Creative Feature’), while ‘Mental Ideas’ was nominated for a 2020 AIB Award (‘Factual Podcast’).
Sadie Kaye is a TV & radio writer-performer. She writes, produces and presents quirky little podcasts, offbeat docs and humorous slots for Radio Television Hong Kong, including 'Bipolar Express', 'As Bad as it Gets', 'Mental Ideas' and ‘Sharp Pains’. Her ‘Bipolar Express’ doc was Highly Commended by the Association for International Broadcasting in 2015 (‘Creative Feature’), while ‘Mental Ideas’ was nominated for an AIB Award (‘Factual Podcast’) in 2020. Her humour column 'Sharp Pains' was nominated for a 2022 New York Festivals Radio Award ('Best Comedy'). The 'Bake Fail' episode was also an 'Official Select' of the 2022 On Air Fest in New York and nominated for 'Moment of Comedy Gold' by the 2020 International Women's Podcast Awards in London. Several of the radio columns have been published by the South China Morning Post and in anthologies.
Sadie is a passionate advocate for mental health who talks and writes about her experiences with bipolar disorder for newspapers and magazines and in her documentaries and podcasts. She founded nonprofit groups Bipolar HK and Mental Ideas and is an ambassador for Mind HK. In 2020 she started a community project to help feed the homeless, Home Kong Kitchen, which she continues to run. While living in London she mentored young offenders in UK prisons and on independent charity projects, taking groups of them abroad on life-affirming and skill-building adventures. The majority of these young people were introduced to her by The Prince's Trust. In 2010 she was invited by the Trust to be an ambassador.