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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.
 
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.
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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/
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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The British Blacklist

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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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Nice Things Network

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British Podcast that you probably are not ready for! Join Myles with segments 'such as Myles Measures' that discusses relevant pop culture and society shenanigans, 'Melanin Magnificence' that celebrates and provides a platform to Black achievers, entrepreneurs and Black Excellence. 'Word of The Week' that focuses on self help and improvement and the self titled 'Get The Belt' where he gives a good tongue lashing cussing out someone or something during the week who stepped way out of line and ...
 
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.
 
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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For Your Reconsideration

Rob Parker, James Stuart, Simon Lewis

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Join Nic Cage and JCVD enthusiasts Rob, Simon and James as they dig into a vault of underrated movies from yesteryear to see if they are rightly shunned to the bargain buckets of Asda, or whether they do indeed deserve reconsideration. To qualify the week's film must either be classed as Rotten on RottenTomatoes.com, or officially be a box office bomb. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Names to put back into the conversation about the history of British Theatre are suggested by Naomi Paxton’s guests in this New Thinking podcast. Stephen Bourne is the author of Deep Are the Roots – Trailblazers Who Changed Black British Theatre. Nadine Deller is an academic whose research focuses on the place of Black women in the Black Plays Arch…
 
Martin Bushby & Andrew Thompson are back with another round of Wrestling Adventure. This month they are joined by Chinyere Okafor to go back to 2014 and the Pro Wrestling Guerilla show, Black Cole Sun. The three discuss the double main event as Kyle O’Reilly defends the PWG HW title against Ricochet in one match and then in a Guerilla Warfare match…
 
Since their 2017 Christmas Launch, Bolt (formerly Taxify) has come a long way in a short time to become Ghana's leading Ride- Hailing / Ride sharing app service, and have supposedly knocked off Uber and friends off the top spot! Bolt is not only available in Accra, but has also expanded to Koforidua, Cape Coast, Kumasi and Sekondi-Takoradi. This sh…
 
Should we consider nature economically, socially, spiritually or culturally? What is the financial worth of bees? And do whales value each other? Dr Rupert Read and Professor Steve Waters explore how humans value nature and how that can impact climate change, whether that’s setting a play in a nature reserve, or considering the fact that whales go …
 
In America, there are few issues as controversial as abortion. It’s a major fault line that runs through society, dividing families and even influencing elections. In the 1980s and 1990s, some groups within America’s anti-abortion movement became militant. There were hundreds of bombing and arson attacks on clinics. Some groups began to argue that …
 
This week we’re off to the future dystopia of erm, 2023 for horror sequel The Purge: Anarchy. Join us as we discuss a collective Frank Grillo man crush, our ideal Purge night & tense family gatherings. Got a movie you think deserves reconsideration? Give us a shout on Twitter @FYRFilmPod or if you like what you hear, please drop us a 5-Star review …
 
Martin Bushby, Benno & Andy Ogden are back to review RevPro’s return to York Hall in London with ‘High Stakes’ and a double main event of Aussie Open vs. Destination Everywhere and Will Ospreay vs. Ricky Knight Jr. They also talk about the latest with Progress and the Ethan Allen vs. Luke Jacobs match from Chapter 122. Mark Buckledee drops in to ch…
 
Under legislation known as the Hudood Ordinances introduced in 1979, a nearly blind teenage girl who'd been raped by two men and then became pregnant, was jailed herself for having sex outside marriage. In 1983 Safia Bibi was sentenced to three years imprisonment, 15 lashes and a fine. There was public outrage and anger from Pakistani women against…
 
In this edition of Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black, author of A Short History of War, talks to The Critic's deputy editor, Graham Stewart, about the nature of warfare in Ancient Greece and Rome. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and iTunes to ensure you never you never miss an episode. -- Image: Statue of Leonidas on …
 
Eighteen-month-old Jessica McClure fell down a well-shaft while playing with other children in Texas in October 1987. It took almost three days to free her, and as the rescue effort got underway the American media became transfixed by her story. Susan Hulme has been talking Joe Faulkner, a neighbour who watched the drama unfold.Photo: a policeman c…
 
Rioters carried many familiar flags during the January 6th insurrection at the United States Capitol -- Confederate, MAGA, as well as some custom-made ones like a flag of Trump looking like Rambo. Except for onlookers who were already familiar with the design, it would have been easy to overlook one particular bright yellow flag with three red hori…
 
The National Gallery in London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, Connecticut were among the many arts institutions forced to close during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. How has this experience changed the running of these galleries and museums? Anne McElvoy talks to:Gabriele Finaldi …
 
In 1960s Britain extreme right-wing groups were on the rise. A schoolteacher called Colin Jordan led a Nazi rally in Trafalgar Square in central London. He openly praised Hitler and called for Britain to be freed from what he called 'Jewish control'. He was also a white supremacist who called for the repatriation of black people. Claire Bowes has b…
 
Wasteland Travel Game - https://bit.ly/WLTShxtGigs This Week The Guys Discuss: 0:00 Intro - 05:12, The Rubix Cube - 09:20, Hearing vs Listening To Music - 27:06, Squid Game Review - Korean Cinema 46:09, - Brexit Is Really Brexiting JOIN THE ShxtsnGigs FANDEM ON PATREON https://www.patreon.com/shxtsngigs​ BRAND NEW SNG MERCH https://shxtsngigs-store…
 
Back with host Yomi Sode and guests Casey Bailey and Que to continue the conversation around Poetry in education. This time they talk about access points to poetry and how we need to consider, more carefully, how to make poetry accessible and relatable to audiences that don’t see themselves or their lives reflected in poems that are taught in schoo…
 
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 131 and we spoke to content creator and film critic Sara O'Connell about some of our favourite movies, cinema changing and dream movie pitches. Please …
 
Saudi author Raja Alem was a voracious reader from an early age and thanks to her liberal-minded father, grew up immersed in books. She was in her early teens when she began to write novellas and then articles in the cultural supplements of newspapers in her native Saudi Arabia. In 2011, she became the first woman to win the prestigious internation…
 
In this weeks episode we talk about imposter syndrome and how it impacts our lives. Ez shares her experience of imposter syndrome in relation to her writing and Jade talks about the way it shows up for her in relationships. We highlight the way our identity as working class, Black women means that we struggle with both internal and external narrati…
 
TV chef Rustie Lee, food writer Riaz Phillips, baker and presenter Liam Charles, plus Masterchef contestant William Chilila join Richie to discuss African and Caribbean food. @1Xtra on social and #1XtraTalks1Xtra Talks with Richie Brave is the biggest group chat of the week, with discussions about issues that affect the Black community in the UK.…
 
This is the penultimate episode reviewing influencer Breeny Lee's revenge series. Episode discussion is based on her YouTube video, "stop chasing him, he's not the one". The guys question expectations and seeking validation in a relationship. They also spill great advice to both males and females on how to get past a break up. Todays episode featur…
 
In this episode, Annika Allen speaks to wife and husband Pearl and Errol and their adopted daughter Amara. They were already parents to biological twin boys and adopted Amara a few days before her third birthday. Here they talk us through the long and detailed process of adoption and encourage prospective Black adopters to learn more. There are a d…
 
Annika Allen speaks to social worker Sherifa Adenmosun about her work in adoption and she dispels some of the myths and misconceptions around who is eligible to adopt. Social workers like Sherifa play a critical role in understanding and supporting people through the adoption process. Adoption is a beautiful and rewarding thing that you could do. C…
 
In this episode, Annika Allen talks to Bernicia Boateng, beauty and makeup influencer, Channel 4's Highlife reality TV star and entrepreneur who owns a studio in east London and has applied make-up to many of the world's top celebrities. Bernicia reveals her beauty tips and tricks and how she has managed to pivot with her business during the lockdo…
 
Getting an investor for your business isn’t always easy. In this episode, Annika Allen talks to Yvonne Bajela, a founder and principal at venture capital firm Impact X. She focuses on investing in underrepresented entrepreneurs across Europe and she gives those much-needed tips on how to make that money move. The Black Magic Podcast features inspir…
 
Singer and songwriter Terri Walker has been in the music industry for over 20 years. In this episode, Terri opens up to Annika Allen revealing the incredible highs and lows of being a full-time artist and the job she has taken on to pay her bills. The Black Magic Podcast features inspiring interviews with brilliant and resilient British Black women…
 
Climate change presents new challenges to human health. As temperatures rise, tropical and sub-tropical diseases are already becoming more widespread. While climate change has consequences on human health, engaging with the natural world can also have benefits for physical and mental health. But, how do we best communicate and explain these issues …
 
Hilary Mantel’s Man Booker Prize-winning novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies were brought to the stage in 2014 by the Royal Shakespeare Company, adapted by Mike Poulton and directed by Jeremy Herrin. The third in the series, The Mirror and the Light, has opened at the Gielgud Theatre, again directed by Herrin but this time adapted by Mantel he…
 
Bermuda-born Clyde Best came to England as a teenager in 1968 and went on to play for West Ham United alongside the likes of Bobby Moore and Geoff Hurst. Best made a name for himself as a talented goal-scorer in more than 200 appearances for the Hammers, but he faced constant racist abuse from fans, and on occasion, from opposition players. Clyde B…
 
In 1998, Christopher Alder, a black former soldier, choked to death in handcuffs on the floor of a British police station. CCTV footage showed the 37-year-old father-of-two gasping for air as officers chatted and joked around him. It took 11 minutes for him to stop breathing. An inquest found Christopher Alder was unlawfully killed but no-one has e…
 
The Roofers return once again to speak strictly on Summer Madness 11 - we speak on the high's and the low's of the event, touching on;14:23 - Brief MC War NWO III Talk16:10 - Thoughts on Summer Madness 1118:37 - Real Name Brandon vs MVP29:08 - Lu Castro vs Arsonal 44:54 - Chess vs Eazy The Block Captain1:11:27 - Tsu Surf vs John John Da Don1:20:40 …
 
Having dreams is something innate within us. But often, they end before we even get to start working towards them. It begins with a tiny bit of self-doubt that turns into constant negative chatter. Ultimately, it makes us put off our dreams in life as we deem them unattainable. Later on, we wonder why we don't feel fulfillment in our lives. Remembe…
 
In this week's Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black talks to The Critic's deputy editor, Graham Stewart, about the centuries’ old military rivalry between China and Japan. Image by Getty. Music: Radetzky March by Human Symphony Orchestra (premiumbeat.com) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Racial injustice in USA; ghost towns in post-industrial Scotland; how maritime history looks from the viewpoint of Aboriginal Australians and Parsis, Mauritians and Malays; the roots of violence that has plagued postcolonial society. These are topics covered in the books shortlisted for the British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understandi…
 
In the early 20th century, many Somali seafarers made their way to Britain on merchant ships, establishing communities in cities such as Cardiff. One of them, Ibrahim Ismaa'il, made his way to the UK from the port of Aden. He then struck up an unlikely friendship with an eminent anthropologist who lived in an alternative community in the Cotswolds.…
 
The Sears & Roebuck Mail Order Catalog was nearly omnipresent in early 20th century American life. By 1908, one fifth of Americans were subscribers. Anyone anywhere in the country could order a copy for free, look through it, and then have anything their heart desired delivered directly to their doorstep. At its peak, the Sears catalog offered over…
 
During World War Two, tens of thousands of African-American US servicemen passed through the UK as part of the war effort. The black GIs stationed in Britain were forced by the American military to abide by the racial segregation laws that applied in the deep south of the US. But that didn't stop relationships developing between British women and t…
 
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. Will Storr is the author of five b…
 
This Week The Guys Discuss: 0:00, Intro BBE Podcast Festival - https://www.bbeldn.co.uk/podcast-festival-21/ 02:40 - Teddy Roosevelt Fact or Cap 14:35 - Prince Andrew and Epstein 24:08 - Word Association Gone Wrong 28:40 - What Gives Women The Ick... Part 2! 37:45 - Would You Rather? 53:44 - AITA JOIN THE ShxtsnGigs FANDEM ON PATREON https://www.pa…
 
And we’re back!! In this episode our host Yomi Sode talks to Casey Bailey and Que AKA Quethewolf about poetry in education and some of the unlearning that we have all had to do because of the way that we poetry has been taught to us. Has the curriculum made poetry unattractive to many children and young people and does that stay with them into adul…
 
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