Emma analyses the unusual signature of Jack Lew and what it may mean for the US Bank Notes.
Emma talks to Simon Jacks about the benefit of Graphology in the Business World
The accuracy of Graphology is put to the test with Emma’s weekly Thursday Column analysing a range of individuals.
Emma helps to decipher the doodles for a Speed Dating Event with a difference.
Emma is interviewed about the demise of handwriting in schools.
In conjunction with The British Epilepsy Association and National Doodle Day, Emma analyses Celebrities', Presenters' and Viewers' Doodles.
Emma analyses such worthy historical figures as Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde and Simon Cowell for Ancestry.co.uk.
Analysing footballers such as Wayne Rooney and Rio Ferdinand ahead of the much publicised auction of their book of signatures and self portraits.
Emma begins a series of weekly insightful and amusing analyses looking at the signatures and doodles of our top Premier League footballer and Managers.
Emma was brought into the studio to explain why and how we doodle as well as offering some interpretations of listeners’ subconscious scribblings!
Formula One racing circuits are turned into doodles and their shapes analysed with wit and accuracy at the start of the racing season! Read More »
Emma broadcasts to the world about what our doodles really say about us and includes enlightening revelations of celebrities and politicians!
Emma discusses and analyses those handwritten Christmas greetings in a three page article entitled 'Christmas Cards say you're Crackers!'
Emma analysed celebrities handwriting including David Hasselhoff and The Sugar Babes on this early evening Saturday show.
Bill Nighey, Sophie Dahl and others had their doodles analysed by Emma on National Doodle Day to help raise awareness for the Epilepsy Foundation.
Arts Club members had their every handwriting stroke creatively analysed at a presentation for The Chelsea Arts Club.
Emma analysed butter spreading techniques for the well know dairy company Kerrygold bringing to light a variety of morning toast habits!
'Rat Scabies and the Holy Grail' by Christopher Dawes published by Sceptre Books. Read about how Emma played no small part in helping this Punk Rock Legend in his quest to find the Holy Grail!
Emma was on the sofa with Philip and Fern analysing the presenters' and viewers' doodles in celebration of National Doodle Day!
Emma was asked to comment further on the Bill Gates writing to an audience across the world.
Emma was asked by The Times Newspaper to analyse the scribbles purported to have been made by Tony Blair at the summit conference with Bono and Bill Gates. The analysis was surprising as new 'aggressive' tendencies with a hint of 'megalomania' was detected seemingly very different from the Prime Minister's previous handwriting. Unfortunately The Times had made a mistake - the writing actually belonged to 'the world's most successful businessman', Bill Gates. The Daily Telegraph was quick to point out the error but admitted that Emma "emerged with the best record because she said the script showed marked differences from Mr Blair's normal writing." The battle of the media giants continued for nearly a week!
Emma was on the couch with Justin lending an insightful and humerous look to the professional dancers' scribbles in this new Fanzine Show.
Emma appears as the resident graphologist in this brand new series in which professional interrogators test their skills against members of the public.
Emma could be heard analysing the handwriting of both the famous and the not so famous on this festive edition of the Saturday morning show.
Emma has completed two series for BBC1 delving into the hidden personalities around the UK of such historical figures as Nell Gwynn and J.R.R. Tolkien.
After the success of last years analyses, Emma is once again featured in this years 'Big Brother' book currently available in all good bookshops. You can view excerpts in my media archive
Emma appeared live on The Terry and Gaby show and analysed the handwriting of both Gaby Roslin and Les Dennis as well as members of the audience.
Lively debate followed Emma's on air handwriting examination of the other guests on the programme as well as that of the presenter Libby Purves.
Emma has recently completed a column for The Times, analysing the handwriting of leading figures in business and finance in a weekly column in the Saturday edition of the Business section. This weeks addition on The Times page discusses Princess Diana's handwriting in the recent letter brought to light by Paul Burrell.
As part of the programme's 'Textecution' series, Emma provided live handwriting analyses of the contestants on a number of occasions.
Emma appeared as guest expert on 'Big Brother's Little Brother' programme to analyse the writing of some of the housemates and predict the inter-relationships.