Piers Bradford is the Managing Director of Project Everyone, a campaign set up by Richard Curtis to popularise the SDGs.
He spent 2015 setting up and delivering 'Radio Everyone' – a pop up radio station to promote the Global Goals – which had over 600 broadcast partners in 75 different countries and featured shows presented by the likes of Bono, Christiane Amanpour, AR Rahman and Rita Ora.
Before joining Project Everyone, Piers was part of BBC Radio 1’s core management team during one of the most exciting and groundbreaking periods in its history.
He led the launch of the Radio 1 visual channel on BBC iPlayer, expanding the footprint of the BBC’s key youth brand. Prior to that he was Commissioning Editor for Radio 1 and Radio 1Xtra, overseeing and commissioning all independently produced programming. His documentary commissions won Gold at the 2013 and 2014 Radio Academy Awards and the New York Radio Awards. During this time, Piers also ran the campaigns and outreach work for the 2 networks. This included delivering 'The Radio 1 Academy', creating the 'Take it On' Intern scheme and winning the ‘Making a Difference’ award at the Mind Media Awards for the stations work with young people and mental health.
He spent 4 years as Executive Producer for Radio 1's daytime output, including the multi award winning Chris Moyles show. Whilst managing the Jo Whiley show he devised and launched the Live Lounge album, which went on to become a platinum seller.