here, there and everywhere

Miriam Cooke is an archaeologist, actor, writer, producer, and broadcaster for BBC (Country tracks, The Story of Now) C4 ( Wild about Britain), five, Discovery and National Geographic ( Egypt Detectives),  Apple Studios (Now and Then). She is an accomplished musician and has recorded and performed all over Europe.

Her music documentary on sound and music in Prehistory  ‘Symphony of the Stones' for the BBC World Service’ is available to listen now here

Miriam’s acoustic- folk-pop album ‘Freefalling’ produced by award-winning multi-instrumentalist producer Nick Pynn, and Phil Ward, was released by First Night Records in 2018

passion for life, music, history, adventure, discovery, people

A former International fashion model, Miriam trained and worked as an actress and musician before she was awarded a first in her BSc in Archaeology and a distinction in her MSc in Environmental Archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology, UCL. After this she attended Durham University on a PhD scholarship. She has worked as a producer, broadcaster and actor in the  film and TV business for over twenty years.


for Miriam’s acoustic- folk-pop album ‘Freefalling’ 

“An album with plenty of character… It’s one of those tuneful, catchy, whimsical, slightly quirky-indie acoustic-folk-pop confections that proves deceptively sweet-toned and accessible and exquisite, yet often also elicits emotions and physical responses that confirm the existence of the darker side of things.” Fatea

"Miriam Cooke has a clear voice with the purity and power of Judy Collins, Joni Mitchell or Joan Baez. The arrangements are simple giving her singing space to shine through and shine gloriously it does. Miriam makes it sound so simple, so effortless and so perfect...finely crafted sensitive songs delivered by a classic singer songwriter that nods back to those gatefold sleeved albums by Sandy Denny, Judy Collins and Joni Mitchell. This is a delight throughout.” Northern Sky Magazine.
"What Cooke has created is a thing of intense beauty, a structure as fragile as even the most dainty of flowers yet with an underlying strength that is hard to ignore." Musical Moron


Miriam Cooke's  new track Freefalling is a captivating symphony which comprises of timeless, yet haunting melodies, that are so poignant they’re almost empyreal. But what really stands out about this track is the essence that it's based upon. Her lyrics touch upon the travesty that the 21st century England has become to create a contemporary anthem that Billy Bragg would be proud of.