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Bristol's 1st Community radio station serving EVERY Community. We have in excess of 150,000 listeners who tune into our 93.2 FM broadcasts and over 25,000 monthly 'podcast listen agains' BCfm were Sony Gold award winners in January 2011 & 2014, BME Community Award Winners in November 2013 for "Improving peoples Lives" and also VOSCUR "Best Idea Into Action" Award winners in the same month for devising and launching The One Love Breakfast show. We serve the entire city of Bristol including th ...
 
DOWNLOAD CHYNA WHYTE ON EVERY SITE ON THE INTERNET NOW. Chyna Whyte, a rhyme poet, best known for her power-packed performance on Lil Jon & the Eastside Boys classic club banger and Billboard charted song Bia Bia, has been in the music industry writing and recording for more than 16 years. Born Stephanie Christine Lewis in New Orleans, La., signed her first recording contract with BME Records in 1999 and in 2001 signed a distribution deal with TVT Records. Although her accolades are many, th ...
 
Tune in every Monday, 8:00pm Bible study, Tuesday night at 9:00 pm Interviews, Thursday Michigan Ministry, Friday 8:00 pm it's Time to wake up, BME, Saturday, 7:00 am Women in the Bible, Sunday 10:30 am Sunday Word, (Eastern Standard time.) Call in to listen live by dialing 714-583-6852 or listen online. You are also able to listen to previous shows, on-demand. Join us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Blackwomenempowered/
 
Why? A radio project by 14 young women from BME backgrounds about FGM, Female Genital Mutilation. "Why?" explores the difficult subject of FGM through the eyes of a fictional young girl as she prepares to visit her grandparents one summer. "Why?" was made in conjunction with Integrate Bristol and funded by Mediabox with help from South West Screen FGM is sometimes also referred to as female circumcision, genital cutting, clitoridectomy, infibulation or sunna.
 
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It's always easy for broadcasters and journalists to try and make a name for themselves and go on the attack when interviewing politicians. Whatever your political view the art of conversation and listening is becoming more rare in political debate. Here's a chance to listen to re-elected Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees on his reflections and thoughts in…
 
Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab leader Illah Nourbakhsh, & Raqueeb Bey, exec. dir. of Black Urban Gardeners & Farmers of Pittsburgh join host & Endowments Pres. Grant Oliphant as they dive into the fascinating backstory of the new & innovative Center for Shared Prosperity. One of the great anomalies of modern American society is the disconn…
 
Sherrie Eugene-Hart tells the story of Christina Robino from her early years living in Ocean Falls Canada, her Multi racial background and culture, the love of her life Mike and her love for family and humanity. She was a philanthropist through and through. Produced for International Women's day 2021 and originally broadcast on 8th March 2021 on Bc…
 
Are Bristolians stereotyped and do they see themselves differently to how the rest of the country regards Bristolians? It was a lively discussion! Chaired by Pat Hart, TV host, radio broadcaster and Director of BCfm Radio.This event was part of Brizzle Week.Panel members include:Makala Cheung – pop music artist and creative director at Filwood Comm…
 
Toni Griffin, head of the Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Just City Lab and co-editor of “Patterned Justice,” joins host Grant Oliphant for this episode of “We Can Be.” Our country has perpetuated structural race and class inequities for more than two centuries. But what if we could design cities – their structures, infrastructures and public s…
 
Trabian Shorters, international expert on the cognitive structure of “asset framing” and co-founder and CEO of the Miami, Florida-based BMe, joins host Grant Oliphant for this episode of “We Can Be.” Trabian is a former vice president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, retired tech entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author of “Re…
 
Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard For White People to Talk About Racism,” began an 85-week run on The New York Times Bestseller List upon its release in 2018. It has since been published in five languages, and as the Black Lives Matter movement swelled in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis polic…
 
Phoenix from the AirwavesThe UntoldIn a community centre in inner city Bristol, next to the nursery, and the café and the hall for local meet-ups and yoga, sits a very special place. The BCfm – Bristol Community FM – radio station. From their studio next to Easton community centre’s reception, 204 volunteer radio presenters broadcast to the city of…
 
D.S. Kinsel is – in his own words – a “multidisciplinary artist and cultural agitator” who in 2014 co-founded BOOM Concepts, an art collective “dedicated to the advancement of Black and brown artists from marginalized communities across America.” D.S.’s art – and his work in mentoring and promoting other artists – is more vital now than ever. It is…
 
The very fact that our country is having a conversation about equity now is due in no small part to the groundbreaking work of Angela Glover Blackwell, who founded PolicyLink 20 years ago with a simple but profound aim: to advance racial and economic equity for all. Doing just that has been her life’s work, first as a lawyer who founded Oakland, Ca…
 
Communities of color breathe in nearly 40 percent more polluted air than white communities, and African-American children are three times as likely to suffer an asthma attack. And that’s just the tip of the environmental racism iceberg. While these are undeniably stark statistics, they are being addressed head on by Jacqueline Patterson, the senior…
 
The nation’s leading cybersecurity expert, David Hickton, founding director of the University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy and Security joins host Grant Oliphant for this episode of “We Can Be.” David has been a steady force in some of the most front-and-center issues of our time – including cyber security, child and inmate safety,…
 
Author, scholar & education visionary Dr. Valerie Kinloch joins host Grant Oliphant for this episode of “We Can Be.” Valerie has penned “Harlem on Our Minds: Place, Race, and the Literacies of Urban Youth” and “Crossing Boundaries ― Teaching and Learning with Urban Youth,” and is the editor of the recently published compilation “Race, Justice, and …
 
Dr. Jonathan Foley, world-renowned environmental scientist, sustainability expert, author, and executive director of Project Drawdown, joins host Grant Oliphant to talk about why – despite seemingly insurmountable political and cultural obstacles - he believes tackling climate change is “absolutely doable.” Regardless of climate science deniers, Jo…
 
Edgar Villanueva, Lumbee Indian tribe member and author of “Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance,” shares with host Grant Oliphant why “listening in color” may be a key in addressing our nation’s systemic racial and ethnic equity disparities. “Putting judgments and preconceived conclusions aside, and being open…
 
For the past 24 years, renowned Pittsburgh Post-Gazette columnist and book review editor Tony Norman has written about the most pressing issues of the day, proving to be an important and eloquent voice of truth. Tony began his journalism career covering pop culture, eventually serving as the Post-Gazette’s Pop Music and Culture Editor. He is a form…
 
Mikael Chukwuma Owunna has described himself as a “queer Nigerian-Swedish American photographer, Fulbright Scholar and engineer” who “imagines new universes and realities for marginalized communities around the globe.” “Infinite Essence,” Mikael’s exhibition of large-scale photographs presenting glittering Black bodies as gorgeously ethereal univer…
 
Nationally renowned vaccine expert Dr. Todd Wolynn, co-founder of the vaccine-advocacy group Shots Heard Round the World, joins host Grant Oliphant to discuss what the journey to a COVID-19 vaccine could look like, the politicization of mask wearing, and the key role communication skills play in modern-day medicine. The world’s hopes of beating COV…
 
Emmy-winning composer, director & photographer Emmai Alaquiva joins host Grant Oliphant to discuss the role of art in fighting “the radical particles that have been dropped in our laps” by the COVD-19 crisis, & protests brought on by the killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers, who were later fired. Emmai is CEO of the m…
 
Global Leadership Award winner Leah Lizarondo, founder & CEO of 412 Food Rescue, talks with host Grant Oliphant about what COVID-19 reveals about food insecurity, the “Mister Rogers mentality” that drives the largest volunteer-led food transport network in the nation, and how movie star Michael Keaton has helped spur record volunteer involvement du…
 
Here's a chance to hear Lioness on Bcfm RadioHi EveryoneSunday 10th Marks our fallen Hero's show 😢 I will be broadcasting on BCFMRADIO 2 PM TILL 4PM. It will be my 1st time trying out new equipment so please bare with me. The tracks were chosen by the family and I am honoured to be presenting and celebrating their loved ones with you all. Show your…
 
Dr. John Graham, a senior scientist with the Clean Air Task Force, talks with host Grant Oliphant about the effects COVID-19 is having on the air we breathe, why this is an “exceptional moment” for air quality, and what the current “war on expertise” could mean for our future. A San Francisco Bay Area resident, John grew up in the rural dairy farm …
 
Patrick Dowd, executive director of Allies for Children, joins host Grant Oliphant to talk about the myriad of ways COVID-19 is affecting our young people, including hunger, access to technology, the health and well-being of their parents, child care – and the action needed to prepare for what’s next. A bold voice for policy and practice changes th…
 
Monica Ruiz, executive director of Latino advocacy entity Casa San Jose, joins host Grant Oliphant to talk about the unique ways COVID-19 is affecting immigrant and refugee communities, why the census is key to changing the narrative around Latinos, and the teachable moments that the current crisis offers us. Born in Cleveland Ohio and with family …
 
Brookings Institution scholar and author Dr. Andre Perry joins host Grant Oliphant to talk about the moral lessons we can learn from the COVID-19 crisis, why black and brown people are dying from the virus at a vastly disproportionate rate, and why hearing from his son’s teacher gives him hope. Andre is an internationally acclaimed voice on race an…
 
Artist/activist Jasiri X, co-founder/CEO of 1Hood Media, joins host Grant Oliphant to talk about the role of art in times of crisis, why COVID-19 lays bare a historic distrust of the medical system by people of color, & the reality that many who are deemed “essential workers” do not make a living wage. Jasiri X is leading 1Hood Media — a collective…
 
This is a exclusive project stamped by DJ BME for FKG Kapo x Baby Slime to help push these young upcoming indie artists he is pushing to the masses..Also more of the FKG Family on this project enjoy and share the love everywhere you can! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/djbme/message
 
DJ BME was very excited to drop some Wu Tang Clan classics for the fans and for himself to support, and keep pushing the legacy. Its a honor for DJ BME being he grow up round Wu Tang music and now being a Wu Dj! Turn this up and share it to the masses worldwide! #WuWorldWideDjCoalition --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/djbme/message…
 
DeRay Mckesson and his instantly recognizable blue down vest have become synonymous with advocacy for victims of police violence and an end to mass incarceration. A civil rights activist, community organizer and former middle school teacher, DeRay came to national prominence as a leading voice in the Black Lives Matter Movement when he documented –…
 
Dr. Andre Perry of The Brookings Institution has made exploration of race and structural inequality – especially as it affects education and economic inclusion – his life’s work. A Pittsburgh native born into a challenging family environment, Andre learned early the importance of community, school and neighborly kindness in guiding youth like him t…
 
Rue Mapp founded Outdoor Afro, a “social media community that introduces African Americans to the Great Outdoors” because she remembers the exhilaration she felt as a child in the run from the car to the creek when her parents pulled into the driveway of the family’s ranch in the Northern California woodlands. “I want everyone to have that opportun…
 
In 2018, Americans gave $427 billion to charities of their choice. Phil Buchanan, founding chief executive of The Center for Effective Philanthropy and author of “Giving Done Right: Effective Philanthropy and Making Every Dollar Count,” is working to make certain people have the best possible information to ensure those hard-earned dollars do the m…
 
“The Things They Carried” brought National Book Award-winning author Tim O’Brien fame, and the unparalleled poetic beauty and honesty of his novels, short stories and memoirs have cemented his status as one of our most revered contemporary writers. Born and raised in southern Minnesota, Tim was a high school student body president who opposed the V…
 
As the national rhetoric about refugees skews toward outright xenophobia, Hello Neighbor Founder and CEO Sloane Davidson is “creating an army of support” that is changing their lives and strengthening the fabric of neighborhoods. At a 2016 family Thanksgiving dinner with five Syrian refugees who had recently resettled in Pittsburgh, Sloane realized…
 
The Legendary Clive Smith from As It Is TV talks to Pat Hart on BCfm Radio's One Love Breakfast about his film The Windrush Journey Of Mental Health and issues surrounding it in a candid and often raw discussion about race, perception and our own communities. Includes contributions from Roma Widger & Prianka Ravel.…
 
In 2010, journalist and Postindustrial media co-founder Carmen Gentile was embedded with the 32 Calvary regiment in eastern Afghanistan when he was struck in the right side of the face by a rocket-propelled grenade. Carmen details the moment he was blinded in his right eye – and the ensuing years of heartbreak and healing, including his return to A…
 
Emmy-winning composer, in-demand director and respected mentor Emmai Alaquiva is candid about what rescued him during his early hard times: “The arts saved my life.” CEO of the media production entity Ya Momz House (a tribute to his own mother) and a centrifugal force of light and positivity, Emmai shares his story of homelessness; his early ‘90s h…
 
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