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The #GM5M podcast is where Scarz & Eli speak their raw and honest thoughts. Growing up Black in the UK comes with alot of unwritten rules and expectations and these are the topics they like to discuss head on. The unique part of the podcast is that anyone can say “Give Me 5 Minutes” at any point, the timer starts and that person has 5 minutes to speak uninterrupted.
 
The Dope Black Dads Podcast is an adult-only podcast for all parents or adults preparing for parenthood. Lead by Marvyn Harrison with contributions from the Dope Black Dads leadership as well as a host of special guests from the world of healing, media, parenting, TV/film, music and beyond. We discuss everything from co-parenting, masculinity, the black experience all the way to our favourite Netflix show. Don't listen if you're expecting conversations about nappies!
 
Welcome to The Echo Chamber Pod. We discuss issues that we hope will resonate among Black British people, speaking from our perspective as black, working class women. You can get in touch with us on: theechochamber@mail.com Follow us on Twitter @echochamberpod_ & Instagram @theechochamberpod
 
Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators. Join the debate at www.intelligencesquared.com and download our weekly podcasts every Tuesday and Friday.
 
Hosted by media entrepreneur Annika Allen, the podcast features conversations with brilliant and resilient British Black women - about their life journeys and paths to success. Voted Podcast of the Year at Precious Lifestyle Awards 2018. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Sound of The Accra Podcast features entrepreneurs or creatives from a Ghanaian background or interest, in a series of powerful episodes. It serves as a platform for promoting Ghanaian excellence on a global scale, to an international audience who are intrigued by the professional Ghanaian community and culture. Our mission ultimately, is for listeners to be inspired by stories and insights from top-quality guests, who can leave listeners with meaningful takeaways. Hosted by Adrian Daniel ...
 
Exploring the intersections between culture and activism, THIIIRD Waves spotlights guests whose expertise and lived experience provide insights on topical issues through the lens of representation, access and privilege. New episodes are released bi-monthly, and to hear the show spliced with an eclectic mix of music influenced by cultural diasporas, tune in to the culture channel on Soho Radio. The show is hosted by the women of THIIIRD magazine - producer Daniela Hornskov Sun, DJ Tryb, and f ...
 
Sharing stories from impactful people from across the world who have discovered who they are through a life pivot, self-discovery, or life transformation that will help you change your thinking to change your life. Join Simon Osamoh, black and British living in America, and a former UK police detective turned entrepreneur and mindset coach. As he interviews guests who share their lessons on life and business to learn how they became who they became. https://www.simonosamoh.com/
 
Hosted by Cherelle, the Founder of award winning, family friendly, black British greeting cards and stationery brand - KitsCH Noir. Cherelle chats about the tasks & tips which help her to stay positive, confident and organised throughout the year. Her number one tip is to start your day with 'I am' Affirmations! Cherelle has created this monthly affirmations podcast for you to play and resonate with every morning. Each episode runs alongside the brand's very own best selling affirmations Dia ...
 
YOU HAVE BEEN WATCHING is a podcast all about British sitcoms. Join your hosts Tony Black and Robert Turnbull as they discuss classic sitcoms, forgotten gems and curiosities, and dissect the themes, ideas, context and meaning of the comedies we have grown up with... A proud part of the We Made This podcast network.
 
Bass Culture UK is the Black Music Research Unit at the University of Westminster, an academic research project exploring the impact of Jamaican and Jamaican-influenced music on British culture. Covering the period from the 1960s to the present day, with an initial focus on London and a particular interest in the years 1976 – 1981. We explore the impact of Bass Culture through the explosion of Jamaican genres like ska, reggae and dub in the UK to the development of distinct British variants ...
 
That Black Theatre Podcast is a podcast about Black theatre, Black creativity and blackness in Britain, hosted by PhD student Nadine Deller and her sister Nadia Deller. Hear stories about and from the leaders of Black British theatre, from 1900 to today.A podcast from the National Theatre’s Black Plays Archive, in partnership with Central School of Speech and Drama and the London Arts and Humanities Partnership. Listen weekly on Mondays from 28 September 2020.
 
On each episode, host Mo is joined by a guest for honest open conversation. We cover everything from the complexities of relationships, absurd happenings in pop-culture or even pondering identify and what it means to be Black, British and African. Just a few of the topics, we open up for discussion giving our personal perspective. Colour Out The Box is London based, but gives a voice to people of the African and Afro Caribbean Diaspora to tell stories and share their unique take, all whilst ...
 
Apples and Snakes is England's leading spoken word poetry organisation, with artists at its heart. Spoken word trailblazers, we exist to champion the development of extraordinary artists, amplify ignored voices and to challenge expectations of what poetry is and can be. Our latest audio project – Apples and Snakes: The Podcast, explores what it means to be Black, British and a poet or spoken word artist. Apples and Snakes: The Podcast was produced by Natalie Fiawoo, with audio production by ...
 
There is so much about motherhood that goes unsaid... and then add race into the mix and things can get very complex. Well, we're not afraid to discuss it all: from fertility to finance, from fostering to finding love as mum – Black Ballad Presents: The Survival Guide will get into honest conversations with Black British women about what motherhood looks like for them and how they survive and thrive being black women in Britain today. Subscribe wherever you usually listen to podcasts! Use th ...
 
Join musician Jords and his two friends Jamahl and Tobore every week as they sit down to have some fun, open and honest conversations. Released every other Tuesday. Don't forget to check out the bi-weekly bonus episodes "Having the Conversation" every other Thursday, where Jords chats to some incredible guests about the conversations that matter to them. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A podcast for Black Brits by Black Brits, covering everything from Ribena to reparations. Join Isaac (@AChildOf2Worlds) and Alegría (@helloalegria) as they discuss various issues affecting Black British people with a helping of banter along the way. Join in the conversation at #CarryDemGoChats!
 
Do you often laugh about things you shouldn't? Scottish comedians Gary Black, Chris Conroy, and John Walker bring you The Trampled Bat Podcast. Full of news, banter, sketches, opinions, and inappropriate laughter about practically everything. Visit www.trampledbat.com or email podcast@trampledbat.com
 
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TBB CREATIVE NETWORK ... The British Blacklist Creative Network AKA TBB Creative Network AKA #TBBCN is home to the best original podcasts. YOUR AUNTIES COULD NEVER – ever wondered what it sounds like when your favourite aunties get together to right the world’s wrongs? Wonder no more! With old school wisdom, while keeping it real The Aunties discuss the latest news, celebrities’ lives, give you the best advice only your coolest Auntie could give and share what’s making them Mad, Sad, and Gla ...
 
Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.
 
Welcome to Well, Blactually. A monthly podcast from two Black British girls trying to make it in a white man’s world. Listen to Gena and Natalie speak ~blactually~ about music, pop culture, dating, and everything in between. Find us on the interwebs here: Gena | Twitter: @SmileGena | IG: @SmileGena | @PoutGena Natalie | Twitter: @natawhat_ And blacksolutely let us know what you think and what you'd like to hear from us at wellblactually@gmail.com
 
Hosted by award-winning duo Executive Producer/Screenwriter Leon Mayne, and journalist/media chronicler Akua Gyamfi, The Circle features the two friends waxing lyrical with the hottest Black British talent across Television and Film - discussing weekly topics, their career journeys, the creative process, and what the future of TV, Film, and Digital holds. Informal, fun, and conversational, the 60-90 minute episodes are a way to keep edutained, and get otherwise open and new perspectives from ...
 
We are Blaqbook the podcast, that’s Blaqbook spelled with a Q - Q for questions. We are a collective diving deep into meaningful, informative, and unfiltered discussions from a Black British perspective. So, grab your favourite cuppa and join us every fortnight as we explore the topics and the taboos within our community that makes us who we are. From the people who inspire us, the structures that break us, and everything in between. We hope to leave you feeling inspired and empowered all fr ...
 
Ever wondered what your partner’s really thinking? Or how to maximise pleasure with someone new? Feeling pressured by #couplegoals, family or lacking a bit of self-love this year? My Love Is... is a series with a uniquely Black British take on dating in 2020 featuring Ovie Soko, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and others. We’re here to change how we talk about Black love in the UK with new episodes every Thursday. The series is hosted by Irene TTYA and brought to you by Bumble, the dating app where women ...
 
Please note that because iTunes limits the number of episodes displayed to 300, to start at the beginning of my retelling of the story of England, you need to SUBSCRIBE. You'll then find a regular, chronological podcast, starting from from the end of Roman Britain. I’m a bloke in a shed, but I make sure this is good, properly prepared history, and then fill it with my enthusiasm. You’ll find the great events and people for sure – but also some of the byways, of how people lived, their langua ...
 
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Jeremy Black, who recently retired as professor of history of Exeter University, has just published the two latest installments of his series of works on writers of literary fiction. England in the Age of Dickens, 1812-70 (Amberley, 2022) is an outstanding discussion of the worlds in which the most famous "Victorian novelist" engaged - even as it q…
 
Black British Lives Matter is a new anthology of writing and conversations collecting the experiences of thought leaders in the UK including novelist Kit de Waal, architect Sir David Adjaye, politician Dawn Butler and many more. The book's co-editor, journalist and Chair of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Marcus Ryder MBE, discusses its themes a…
 
Marvyn is joined by critically acclaimed actor, David Harewood, to discuss details within David's book Maybe I Don't Belong, released Sept 2021. Together they discuss the Black British experience and how being Black in the UK can have a significant impact on mental health. Dope Black Dads is a place where we are changing the narrative and having pr…
 
Growing up without a father figure can have a significant impact on a child's development. Missing that father figure causes children pain, which affects their mindset and behavior in the future. This starts a downward spiral of unresolved and repressed emotions. Intentional fatherhood will help men make amends with their pain, providing a safe spa…
 
The Enlightenment is often either praised as the wellspring of modern egalitarianism or condemned as the cradle of scientific racism. How should we make sense of this paradox? The Color of Equality: Race and Common Humanity in Enlightenment Thought (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021) is the first book to investigate both the inclusive language of common h…
 
In 1929, a disagreement over the meaning of "nothing" exposed deep divisions in Western philosophy and erupted into a debate over whether philosophy is more art or science. Poet-philosopher Martin Heidegger's lecture about nothing excited students and divided colleagues. But the empiricist Rudolf Carnap thought all this talk of the meaning of nothi…
 
Following upon the success of his magisterial account of Winston Churchill, Andrew Roberts returns with an outstanding biography of George III: The Last King of America: The Misunderstood Reign of George III (Viking, 2021) . Drawing on important new archival material, Roberts rescues George III from unwarranted criticism and dramatic hyperbole to s…
 
More than one million Indian soldiers were deployed during World War I, serving in the Indian army as part of Britain's imperial war effort. These men fought in France and Belgium, Egypt and East Africa, and at Gallipoli, in Palestine, and in Mesopotamia. While Indian contributions to the war have long been recognized (unlike other colonial contrib…
 
In much of the western world, alphabetical order is simply a default we take for granted. It’s often the one we try first -- or the one we use as a last resort when all the other ordering methods fail. It’s boring, but it works, and it’s so ingrained that it’s hard to imagine not using it. But despite its endurance for most of its history, the alph…
 
Since Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP party came to power in 2014, India has seen an increase in Hindu nationalism and a rise in hostility towards the Muslim minority population. Politician and writer Shashi Tharoor believes the country is at a crossroads. His recently published book, The Struggle for India’s Soul, looks at the political d…
 
Adrian is joined once again with some members from Young Ghanaian Professionals (UK) who was last featured in season 1, for a highly engaging discussion on why everyone from the likes of popular Black Celebrities such as Dave Chappelle, Stevie wonder and US Rapper Nas (Nasir Jones), to fellow Africans and foreigners all relocating to Ghana. We also…
 
Dürer’s whale-chasing and images of rhinos, dogs, saints and himself come into focus, as Rana Mitter talks to Philip Hoare, author of Albert and the Whale, curator Robert Wenley and historian Helen Cowie as exhibitions open at the National Gallery and the Barber Institute in Birmingham. And Philip Hoare explains the links between the Renaissance ar…
 
Global crises cause big changes and reveal deep structural weaknesses. In this lively interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of practitioners on the spot - from scholars to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Mary Ann Sieghart is an author, jo…
 
Kate Bingham is the former Chair of the UK Vaccine Taskforce and she's also a shrewd business mind, having been a successful venture capitalist in sectors such as biotech for the past 30 years. She recently spoke with Jessica Pulay at the Cliveden Literary Festival to discuss how business acumen played its part in managing a team of experts from se…
 
Back again with another week of your battle rap talk, banter and news. Nothing's changed as this week we speak on the following;6:16 - BMF Talk14:07 - Tsu Surf vs Nu Jerzey Twork 36:07 - Shotgun Suge vs Real Name Brandon + Fonz Talk40:00 - Should URL Introduce More New Faces51:20 - Shotgun Suge vs Real Name Brandon (Again)52:17 - DNA vs Real Sikh57…
 
Welcome to Dane Baptiste Questions Everything, a podcast where comedian Dane Baptiste, producer Howard Cohen and a special guest take turns posing questions that just need answering. This is episode 137 and we spoke to satirist, writer and musician Bliindboy about the meaning of music, Adam Curtis and identity. Please rate and review us on Apple Po…
 
*TW: mention of suicide* The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities is launching a new Better Health - Every Mind Matters campaign, heroing the little things we can all do to look after our mental health and how they can add up to make a big difference; helping us to lead happier, healthier lives and cope with life’s challenges. At the heart…
 
Since preparing to fly over to Accra and arriving, I've had a number of friends, contacts and family approach me on the must do's when flying over to Ghana. I've decided to pack all this information in a ten-minute PodBites episode. Show notes: https://thesoundofaccra.com/surviving-kotoka-international-airport/ Below are some of the key websites me…
 
What now for the world? Governments have reached a climate deal which gets us closer to holding temperatures rises to 1.5C. But a last-ditch effort from India and China to water down pledges to phase out coal has led some to consider COP26 a failure. Yes, COP26 could have achieved more but is this agreement one that could potentially be seen as a s…
 
Huma Abedin was Hillary Clinton’s most trusted aide and adviser for many years. Her recently published book, Both/And, reveals the details of that relationship as well as reflecting on the very public breakdown of her marriage to disgraced former congressman and convicted sex offender Anthony Weiner. She speaks to journalist Razia Iqbal about her l…
 
The holiday season can be fraught for all kinds of reasons for so many. But just imagine how very alarming and emotionally harrowing it must be for those whose family members are in a cult. Perhaps you are, or perhaps you have friends or family who are (they may even be seeking to LEAD a cult themselves!) but at this time of year you'll more than l…
 
Martin Bushby & Andrew Thompson are joined by SP3 of Tru Heel Heat to revisit ROH Final Battle 2005 for this month’s Wrestling Adventure. They talk about the two big main events of Low-Ki vs. KENTA and Bryan Danielson vs. Naomichi Marafuji. Plus, an undercard featuring BJ Whitmer, Jay Lethal, Samoa Joe & Christopher Daniels in a four way. They disc…
 
CNN's Senior International Correspondent Nima Elbagir delivers this year's Peter Stursberg Foreign Correspondents Lecture. The award-winning journalist has reported from the frontlines of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and in Chibok, the Nigerian village from which over 250 schoolgirls were kidnapped by Boko Haram. Her talk is entitled Humanity …
 
Left unfinished at his death in 2011, the poet worked on his version of the Illiad for over 40 years. As a new audio book of Christopher Logue reading War Music is released, Shahidha Bari and her guests, the writers Marina Warner and Tariq Ali, and Logue's widow, the historian Rosemary Hill, examine the work. Rosemary Hill describes Logue as writin…
 
Since its beginnings, Hollywood has portrayed African Americans in a variety of ways: as primitive beings in Birth of a Nation, as happy former slaves in Gone With the Wind, and as hypersexual heroes during the 1970s "blaxploitation" era. In this three-part series, IDEAS explores a century of racial politics in Hollywood. *This episode originally a…
 
Once again The Roofers return for your weekly dosage of Battle Rap talk and banter. This week the gloves are off and it's straight CRUUUDDDDD settings, as we speak on;2:00 - Random Talk + Is Fonz Better Than Ave?15:35 - What Collaborations We’ll Like To See With UK Rappers + US Battle Rappers + Intro24:15 - Three 6 Mafia vs Bone Thugs N Harmony Ver…
 
The Brittas Empire - Series 1 Analysis Welcome back to YOU HAVE BEEN WATCHING, a podcast about the British television sitcom. In this special episode, a crossover with Red Dwarf podcast SHIPWRECKED & COMATOSE, host Tony Black is joined by Matt Latham, of PICK A DISC, for the first of a seven-part season by season dissection of 90s sitcom, THE BRITT…
 
The French bulldog is now the second most popular breed in America. Their cute features, portable size, and physical features make for a dog that can easily travel and doesn't require a lot of exercise. But these characteristics sometimes have a detrimental effect on the dog's health. Tove K. Danovich writes "Rather than requiring human owners to c…
 
We go to movies that make us cry, scream or gag we poke at sores, eat spicy foods and run marathons. Some of us even seek out discomfort and humiliation for sexual gratification. Most of these activities are painful yet many of us find pleasure within them and Professor Paul Bloom of Yale University's recent book, The Sweet Spot, seeks to suss out …
 
The Fall of Ceaușescu in 1989 ended 42 years of Communist rule in Romania. How did the experience of living through that make its way into fiction? Georgina Harding published In Another Europe: A Journey To Romania in 1990 and followed that with a novel The Painter of Silence, set in Romania of the 1950s. Mircea Cărtărescu was born in 1956 and has …
 
Since its beginnings, Hollywood has portrayed African Americans in a variety of ways: as primitive beings in Birth of a Nation, as happy former slaves in Gone With the Wind, and as hypersexual heroes during the 1970s "blaxploitation" era. In this three-part series, IDEAS explores a century of racial politics in Hollywood. *This episode originally a…
 
Today Crawford Gribben joins us to talk about his new book, The Rise and Fall of Christian Ireland (Oxford UP, 2021). Ireland has long been regarded as a 'land of saints and scholars'. Yet the Irish experience of Christianity has never been simple or uncomplicated. The Rise and Fall of Christian Ireland describes the emergence, long dominance, sudd…
 
In today's episode we are looking at encounters with the Black Shuck. These phantom dogs have roamed through British legend for centuries, these are just a few of the hundreds of encounters, both historical and modern. If you would like to watch this episode, it can be found on Youtube: https://youtu.be/CzlLcPV6Ga8 References: Black Shuck: Proof of…
 
Since its beginnings, Hollywood has portrayed African Americans in a variety of ways: as primitive beings in Birth of a Nation, as happy former slaves in Gone With the Wind, and as hypersexual heroes during the 1970s "blaxploitation" era. In this three-part series, IDEAS explores a century of racial politics in Hollywood. *This episode originally a…
 
In 1850 Charles Dickens wrote that Great Britain had “no political police,” adding that “the most rabid demagogue” could speak out “without the terror of an organised spy system.” In his book State Surveillance, Political Policing, and Counter-Terrorism in Britain: 1880-1914 (Boydell Press, 2021), Vlad Solomon describes how Britain gradually develo…
 
Today's episode comes from the How To Lead a Sustainable Business podcast, brought to you by Selfridges Group and Intelligence Squared. In the podcast, Alannah Weston, Chairman of Selfridges Group, speaks to inspiring leaders at the forefront of sustainability and business to find out what it takes to lead change and how businesses can put sustaina…
 
Kobina Wood-Andoh joins Adrian in the hot seat today to explore the Factual Entertainment industry. Adrian sits down with Kobina Wood-Andoh, Assistant Producer who works in UK TV production. He's been working in the industry for over 6 years working on some of UK's biggest television shows. He usually specialises in working on Factual Entertainment…
 
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