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Windrush Stories is a collection of full-length interviews from members of 'the Windrush Generation'. People who became known as the Windrush Generation began arriving in the UK from the Caribbean nations in the 1940s. They travelled to embark on a new life helping rebuild the 'Mother Country' during the post-war period. This generation, and their children and grandchildren, have significantly influenced British society through sport, politics, art, poetry, literature, language, food, and mo ...
 
From Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic, to the Windrush deportation scandal citizenship and the responsibilities of the UK government to the people of Hong Kong, it seems that citizenship and migration in Britain are never far from the headlines. Who do we think we are? explores all of this and more. Join Professor Michaela Benson and her guests as they debunk taken-for-granted understandings of who is a citizen and who is a migrant in Britain today.
 
I’m raising the first national and international conversation about the real meaning of courage and curiosity and why it makes a big difference to our mental, societal and democratic health. I talk to award-winning, diverse, national and international artists about the role of curiosity and courage in their lives and work with lessons in wellbeing for all of us. I’m exploring why we need these qualities to help change the global epidemic of mental illness, loneliness, polarization of our com ...
 
'From the Heart with Floella Benjamin' is a brand new podcast, launching in honour of Windrush Day and to share Baroness Floella Benjamin's incredible stories of resilience and overcoming adversity. The first episode will be dedicated to the first ever Windrush day, and the rest of the mini-series will be exploring topics such as emotional resilience, knowing yourself, and the power of positivity. Baroness Floella Benjamin is an accomplished actress, broadcaster, author and philanthropist. S ...
 
Two #Northern girls on a podcast discussing trending topics and everything in between #UpTheM1 HOSTS : @DMgrs_x & @OliviaLiv891DanyelleTwitter: @Dmgrs_xOliviaTwitter: @Olivia891Instagram: @liv_21.xUrban SoulTwitter - @UR8ANSOULInstagram - @ur8an_soulMUSIC : @drew_archie_ - www.instagram.com/drew_archie/Get in touch and share your questions with us...Twitter : twitter.com/UpTheM1Podcast#TweetsOfTheWeek See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to 1000 Voices! The podcast series on a mission to interview 1000 inspirational black Britons. 1000 Voices was founded to amplify the voices of the numerous examples of the inspirational black Britons changing their communities and the industries that they operate in. If you’re looking for a regular dose of inspiration, you’re in the right place. If you’re looking to educate yourself on the black British experience, you’re in the right place. And if you’re looking for practical advic ...
 
Milk the Cow podcast: your platform for discussion, and interesting guests across the spectrum of society, culture, news and politics.. Please subscribe, comment and rate good people. It is appreciated. Please like and share our new pages and get involved in the discussion: heck out our new weekly livestream on the Cow Daily YouTube channel in which we talk about things like this and other things. In addition a new series of the podcast lives there with guests such as: Sleaford Mods, Jackie ...
 
CRÈME is an acronym – it stands for Communicating the Race Equality Message Effectively. In each episode we will be interviewing a representative of one of the organisations fighting for racial equality in Britain. But this will not be just a dry discussion on policy – this is about the people behind the campaigning, and the experiences that shaped them.
 
News moves at a breakneck speed that it’s almost impossible to keep up while also managing your own daily commitments. So what if you could hear a summary of 3 of the stories on everyone’s lips from this week? Journalist Diyora Shadijanova (@TheDiyora on Twitter), will bring the stories to life, joined by 2 guests every week, to discuss and dissect the topics at hand. #YourBroccoliWeekly
 
We delve into the nitty gritty of Brexit and try to make some sort of sense of it, bringing you episodes as and when you need them. We’ll be hearing from Britons and Europeans, leavers and remainers, politicians and ordinary people, economists, businessmen, lawyers, researchers, campaigners and many more about what Brexit means for them, for the UK and for the EU, how it might work – and how it might not. It's a podcast that can’t get enough of experts ... and we want to hear from you too
 
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Bishop Dr Joe Aldred is a retired Christian Ecumenist, Writer, Speaker and Broadcaster. He is recognised as a community leader and is the recipient of many wards including NSPCC Safety Award, Mighty Men of Valour Award for Community Achievement, Association of Jamaican National Community Award, Apostolic Congress’ Order of Companion of St Aiden, Co…
 
Jacob Collier has won a Grammy Award for each of his first four albums. In fact, he has five Grammys altogether. He’s back home in London after his recent UK tour and has just brought out a new single, Never Gonna Be Alone. Jacob and his musical collaborators Lizzy McAlpine and Victoria Canal perform the song live in the Front Row studio.Following …
 
Live from Edinburgh, with a review of Alan Cumming's one man show, Burn, which sets out to update the biscuit-tin image of Robert Burns. Plus Counting & Cracking - the epic, multilingual life journey of four generations, from Sri Lanka to Australia. To review the Edinburgh International Festival performances, Kate Molleson is joined by Arusa Quresh…
 
Both journalist Charlotte Higgins and playwright David Greig are fascinated by the Roman occupation of Britain. Higgins’s book Under Another Sky: Journeys in Roman Britain, an account of her travels to the Roman remains scattered about Britain, is really about how we today relate to Roman Britain. It seems an unlikely subject for a play but Greig h…
 
Kate Molleson and guests live from Edinburgh Festival. Comedian and impressionist Matt Forde talks about capturing the essence of political figures in his show Clowns To The Left Of Me, Jokers To The Right.Mezzo Soprano Anne Sofie von Otter performs songs by Rufus Wainwright and Franz Schubert on the eve of her Edinburgh International Festival conc…
 
Nope is the latest film from Oscar-winning writer-director Jordan Peele, whose breakthrough was the critically acclaimed 2017 horror Get Out. Tom Sutcliffe speaks to Jordan about reinventing genre- from black horror to sci-fi-western- and examining the exploitation of black talent in Hollywood's history.When the trombonist Peter Moore plays at the …
 
Dr. Erin Taylor joins us to discuss Emotional Freedom Technique-E.F.T/Tapping. Erin wrote her PhD thesis about EFT for panic attacks. Erin can be reached at Erintaylor05@gmail.com Spill the Ginger Tea on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/spillthegingerteapodcast/ Angel Amy's Events https://www.myangelamy.com/events-and-courses/ Angel Amy on Insta…
 
It’s Home ENG women’s football 2022 Beyoncé New Album Men only like if they spend their money (Moses Ldn) Ne Yo's wife and women Leader Of The Group GRM Gala Hating Britain (deradicalised) Big Brother Returns Tweets Of The Week Love Island Finale See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In June 2022, the headlines in the UK were full of news about the Rwanda plan. As an ECHR ruling halted the first deportation flight scheduled to depart from Rwanda, from the Prince of Wales to the Archbishop of Canterbury it was the high-profile opponents of the scheme to offshore the UK’s responsibilities to those seeking asylum that caught the a…
 
Tom Sutcliffe and guest reviewers Bidisha and Amon Warmann discuss Bullet Train, starring Brad Pitt. It's a vivid mixture of comedy and violence from director David Leitch, and is based on a thriller by Japanese author, Kōtarō Isaka. We also discuss Mohsin Hamid's latest novel, The Last White Man - a fable about what happens when white people's ski…
 
Huw Stephens reports from the National Eisteddfod of Wales in Tregaron, Ceredigion, talking to Archdruid Myrddin ap Dafydd, winner of this year’s Novel Prize Meinir Pierce Jones, and folk singer Owen Shiers. In 1965 the jury recommended that the Pulitzer Prize for Music should be awarded to the jazz composer and band-leader Duke Ellington. But he d…
 
Disabled-access ticket booking – for concerts, comedy clubs, theatre, festivals, and more. Carolyn Atkinson reports on problems with new initiatives to make access to the arts much easier for disabled people: the big delays to the National Arts Access Card, and inconsistencies in purchasing ‘companion’ tickets.Will Ashon is a novelist and non-ficti…
 
Beyoncé's Renaissance: we discuss Beyoncé's house and disco inspired new album – her first solo material in six years - and her huge significance as an artist and cultural icon. Nick is joined by Jacqueline Springer – curator, music journalist and lecturer- and by the writer and editor Tara Joshi.The Arctic is Don Paterson’s new collection of poems…
 
Dr Michael McMillan is an artist, author, playwright and curator. His plays and performance pieces have been produced by the Royal Court Theatre, Channel 4, BBC Radio 4 Drama and across the UK. He’s a Visiting Professor of Creative Writing at the University of the Arts, London and an Associate Lecturer, teaching Cultural & Historical Studies at the…
 
Daryl Beeton is a kind of acrobatic superhero. He flies on top of sway poles which includes 25 meters across London's Olympic Stadium. H’s trekked 228 miles across Nicaragua, filmed by the BBC, requiring armed soldiers due to the dangers of bandits and kidnappers. He also performs with the trapeze and could probably hang upside down longer than Bat…
 
Tarek Zaidieh is an exceptionally talented violinist and member of the outstanding Orchestra for Syrian Musicians. The orchestra is described as a celebration of Syrian culture with contagious rhythms, soaring vocals and genius musicianship. Tarek has performed with the orchestra across Europe and at major festivals, including Glastonbury. You may …
 
Joe Howell, also known as Maverick Beyond is a photographic artist working with an alternative cyanotype process from which she also creates sculptures. Her identity is firmly rooted in Sunderland, loyal to her working class roots, Jo is standing up to arts elitism by staying put. Despite the barriers against her as a working class woman in the art…
 
Maya Youssef is known as the Queen of the Qanun, a virtuoso and composer of this beautiful Middle Eastern instrument described as a flat harp with 78 strings and possibly a descendant of the Egyptian harp. Maya honours Arabic classical music traditions with pathways into Western classical, Latin and jazz music. Her music responds to her vivid dream…
 
Bobby Brown is a creative producer, artist, manager and rising architect of community arts and equal access, based in the city of Brighton. He's a game changer in youth work supporting creative projects, including music and radio that changes the lives of disadvantaged and excluded young people. He describes himself as a dream weaver, a bridge buil…
 
Dr. Marwa Al-Sabouni is an award-winning architect considered to be one of the top 50 global thinkers around the world. Marwa elevates the critical role architecture has to play in building peace and preventing conflict through segregation and isolation. She is the author of ‘The Battle for Home’ and ‘Building for Hope' and an international speaker…
 
Marice Cumber is one of the UK’s most compelling ceramic artists. She presents her own emotions, fears and vulnerabilities in her work and even cowardice shows up, no doubt kicking and screaming. Her large, over-sized, ceramic cups hold and display her raw emotions. They share the edgy qualities of German Expressionism by showing inner feelings and…
 
Panah Panahi is the son of acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi. Panah's film Hit the Road is a road movie with a difference as a family travel through Iran without acknowledging the real purpose of their trip. It's reviewed by Diane Roberts and Leila Latif. They've also been reading Mercury Pictures Presents by Anthony Marra, a novel set in wa…
 
Sister Act the Musical is returning to the London stage, after two years of Covid delays and thirty years after the much loved Whoopi Goldberg film. Tom Sutcliffe met the stars of the new Hammersmith Apollo production, Beverley Knight who plays singer on the run Deloris and Jennifer Saunders who takes on the role of Mother Superior, to discuss mixi…
 
In this episode we discuss... Little Miss Books on IG Black Panther - Wakanda Forever Thor: Love and Thunder Don’t Crease Game Confessions Central Cee - Doja Viral Tweet: Man’s Post To Wife Taxi Driver Wife Viral tweet: Tik Tok Cosmetic Surgery Women's Sports Tweet California Wild Fires Love Island Punchin plus our #TweetsOfTheWeek Hosts: Danyelle …
 
The Mercury Music and Booker Prize lists - we discuss the albums and books nominated this year for these two major prizes. We're joined by writer and critic Alex Clark, and Ludovico Hunter Tilney, music journalist for the Financial Times, to discuss today's announcements.Queer Britain – the dedicated LGBTQ+ museum, recently opened in London’s King’…
 
Lou Mensah is the founder of award winning Shade Podcast, where she created her podcast for black creatives to share their experiences more widely. Shade Podcast was founded in 2019 and by 2021 had won a British Podcast Award. Lou has worked in the creative industries for 20 years, as a fine art photographer, gaining awards from Nick Knight & Alexa…
 
Singer and fiddle player Bella Hardy talks about her new album – her tenth – Love Songs, which sees this adventurous musician return to where she began, with the traditional songs she’s known all her life.Thomas Lynch is an American poet with strong connections to Ireland. He is, too, an undertaker, a career that has informed his verse and essays, …
 
Charelle Thomas a love and intimacy coach joins us to talk about how she helps people create the love life they've always wanted. Love Nudge App https://5lovelanguages.com/resources/app Charelle can be found https://www.charellethomas.com/ and on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/charelleethomas/ and on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW…
 
For our first episode swap, we’ve partnered up with Surviving Society, the antiracist podcast that explores the local and global politics of race and class from a sociological perspective. We’re featuring this episode where hosts Chantelle Lewis and Tissot Regis are joined by public historian Aleema Gray to discuss her journey through academia and …
 
Notre-Dame On Fire, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud, is a film dramatising the events of the horrifying night on April 15, 2019 when the cathedral that symbolises so much in France and beyond started to burn. Milk Teeth is the second novel from Jessica Andrews, whose debut Saltwater won the Portico Prize in 2020. It explores appetite, control and d…
 
In this episode we discuss... UK Heatwave Black Industry Facts Sesame Place Parade Incident Athletics, Shelly-Ann Kylie Jenner 'Climate Criminal' Dr Naomi Campbell Ben Affleck and J.Lo Wedding Liv's Anonymous Questions Love Island plus our #TweetsOfTheWeek Hosts: Danyelle Twitter: @dxgtweets : https://twitter.com/dxgtweets Olivia Twitter: @Olivia89…
 
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Where The Crawdads Sing: director Olivia Newman on bringing the multi-million copy best-selling novel to the big screen. Cinema Inferno: the new catwalk production by Leeds theatre company Imitating the Dog for fashion house Maison Margiela - combining theatre, film, and fashion show. Is this the future of haute couture? On Sonorous Seas: Hebridean…
 
In this episode, Mike flies solo live from Germany and talks about the next move for Cow Daily, Rishi Sunak, Classism and The apocalypse and takes your questions. If you would like to see full episodes first then please support our work by becoming a Patron via: www.patreon.com/cowdaily You can tune into the Cow Daily livestream every Tuesday night…
 
This week Alice and Mike discuss Forde Report, Heatwave, Miners Gala & more. If you would like to see full episodes first then please support our work by becoming a Patron via: www.patreon.com/cowdaily You can tune into the Cow Daily livestream every Tuesday night via Youtube: https://tinyurl.com/4djkz9t2 FULL EPISODES AVAILABLE VIA: SPOTIFY: https…
 
Reflecting on his 50 years in fashion, designer Jean Paul Gaultier sits down with Samira Ahmed to talk about his life, Madonna, London and how it has inspired his new show at the Roundhouse Fashion Freak Show.An all party parliamentary report has been released documenting the current state of music touring. The Chief Executive of UK Music Jamie Njo…
 
Karl Bartos, musician and composer, on his life in the German band Kraftwerk - as told in his new memoir The Sound of the Machine.Playwright and screenwriter Lucy Kirkwood on her play Maryland - devised in response to normalisation of violence against women, and originally staged at Royal Court Theatre in London in 2021, it has now been adapted for…
 
In this episode we discuss... R Kelly sentenced to 30 years in jail Big Zuu on BBC breakfast Usher's memeable video Girl does push ups for a drink from Kojo Funds Jhene Aiko and Big Sean's baby Khloe & Tristan second baby Airport madness Timpson's N word scandal Music Festivals - Afronation/Wireless Emojis and She’s a 10 Twitter trends Love Island …
 
The new film Persuasion based on Jane Austen’s novel starring Dakota Johnson and directed by Carrie Cracknell has already attracted a lot of attention for its blend of 21st century millennial dialogue and Austen’s own words. And Peter Morgan, writer of The Crown, returns to the stage for his new play Patriots which looks at the rise of the oligarch…
 
In the late 16th century, the Merseyside town of Prescot had the only purpose-built, indoor theatre outside London. Now the Shakespeare North Playhouse, a £38 million architectural representation of a Shakespearean stage, opens there this weekend. Samira Ahmed is joined by Laura Collier, the theatre’s creative director and the writer and performer …
 
Oscar winning Joker composer Hildur Guðnadóttir talks about her new commission for the BBC Proms, inspired by political division, and the difference between writing for films and games, ahead of the first BBC Prom devoted to gaming music. To discuss the government's National Plan for Music Education for schools in England, Tom is joined by Catherin…
 
Mike flies solo on this one due to being in France, having no air con and the temperatures being 35 degrees at 7pm. Alice will be back when we can record at our regular time. If you would like to see full episodes first then please support our work by becoming a Patron via: www.patreon.com/cowdaily You can tune into the Cow Daily livestream every T…
 
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