Seven Black British Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

Podcasting has fast become a ubiquitous media format for consumption. From the highly entertaining, to the incredibly informative, there’s something out there for everyone looking for audio respite. Here are just seven of the best Black British podcasts, each covering a variety of perspectives and topics. The Receipts Who: Tolly T, Audrey (formerly known as…

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On Being a Writer of Colour – the Tide Is Finally Changing

From the dawn of time, stories have been integral to the development of communities. It is the way we have successfully passed down our culture, heritage and truths. But what happens when one story is suppressed and another made dominant? Enter the current publishing industry. As it stands, the amount of diverse voices in the…

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How to keep black bums on seats

As a black woman, I have a vested interest in the vision of an inclusive workplace. As an employer, there is a strong responsibility to not just appear inclusive under the scrutiny of the media gaze, but to embrace the essence of inclusivity so that all your employees, regardless of race, gender, and creed feel…

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2 royal weddings with an ‘unexpected’ choice of bride

When we watched Kate the media was obsessed with her non-royal status. She was a regular (rich) girl proving that any (rich) person can make their way into the royal family should love and luck strike. This year as we watched Harry wed Meghan there was even more reason to raise eyebrows in shock at…

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There Really Is Something Wrong with a Little Bump and Grind

Warning: abuse, violence, sexual assault Last year we saw Karrueche take out a restraining order against repeat offender Chris Brown, Kevin Spacey accused of assault against a minor, and a gruesome deposition of horrifying abuse suffered by girlfriend of American rapper XXX Tentacion. Black Brit artists are not exempt: Solo 45 and Bonkaz have both…

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