Nothing Beats a Londoner, All Shades Welcome: Episode 22

Nothing Beats a Londoner, All Shades Welcome: Episode 22


We are back earlier than usual with a new episode as a few things have happened.

Mo is joined by two new guest cost host, which includes: Tops, sneaker enthusiast (@ForTheLoveOfKicks_) and May, education specialist, who both bring their unique take on the week’s news.

This week’s topics include:

ITV, “This Morning”  TV Show, discussing colourism:

Irene Major, a former model talks with TV personality AJ Odudu. Irene explains why she chooses to use skin lightening creams and even removes her wig live on air to further validate her argument.

Valentine’s day plans, is Nando’s viable restaurant option?

Nike’s new TV advert “Nothing Beats a Londoner”

Our initial thoughts and the importance of representation

Highlights of the week:

Jhene Aiko London Concert

Justin Timberlake Super Bowl, Halftime performance (no Prince hologram)

Black Girls Rule London: Vision Board, Mentoring and Networking Event

www.bgrldn.com/

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Walking in the Spirit of “Girlfriend” and “Wife”: Episode 21

Walking in the Spirit of “Girlfriend” and “Wife”: Episode 21


Ciara’s call to women to #LevelUp if they want to find a husband. The singer started to trend on Twitter after she posted John Gray’s sermon in which he tells women what it takes to get married.

Mo and the returnee Jay both discuss and dissect what it is to be wife material and is Ciara shaming or uplifting her fellow women.

Asking is marriage the ultimate status symbol and why are men not under pressure to walk in the spirit of a good husband?? #NotAllMenAreTrash

Highlights of the week include: Prepping for Essence Feast, Black Panther Premier and David Oyelowo interesting/brave fashion choices.

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All You Gotta Do is Say Yes: Episode 20

All You Gotta Do is Say Yes: Episode 20


We focus on the debate around what is consent and where is the line leading into sexual harassment. With campaigns such as TimesUp and MeToo, do men have to examine their sexual history? We dissect the recent accusations against Aziz Ansari, drawing on our own dating experiences.
Highlights of the week include the reigniting of the Ja Rule and 50 cent beef, taking us back to the 2000’s (boot-cuts and low rise jeans).
While also paying tribute to Cyrille Regis, Premier League and International, black football player.
Mo is again joined by guest co-host Nathan (@DJImpulseV1).
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A Storm In A Teacup: Episode 19

A Storm In A Teacup: Episode 19


On this week’s episode Mo is joined by guest co-host Nathan (@DJImpulseV1), to discuss:
Asking the question can black people actually be racist??? Exploring the Reggie Yates controversy.
Alexander Shipp, playing Storm in the next X-men film, colorisim in Hollywood.
The current state of female rap: Nicki Minaj/ Remy Ma/ Cardi B/ Stefflon Don/ Eve/ Lauryn Hill… etc
Highlights of the week include
Netflix: She’s Gotta Have It
HBO: Ballers
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Guest host Nathan can be found at:
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https://m.mixcloud.com/nathanielyakins/

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Nangdo “1st 2 Know “


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Color Me Bad: Episode 18

Color Me Bad: Episode 18


We are finally BACK and so much to talk about, everything from skin bleaching, colorism, sexual harassment and male patriarchy.
A lot has been going on, so listen as Mo & Jay discuss the latest scandals hitting the headlines, including: Nivea skin lighting cream and Harvey Weinstein alleged “Hollywood sexual predator”, even House of Cards star Kevin Spacey.
Mo ponders the phenomenon of “band wagon outrage” and are we looking for racism even when it’s not there? With the recent Dove advert controversy, is social media justice passing judgement, before we have all the facts???
Highlights of the week include:
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami, film documentary.
Eloquently Saying Nothing Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/esnpodcast

Advance apologies for the audio is Guy Fawkes Night so fireworks were going off!

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Africlick Panel Discussion: Dating, Infidelity & “Dating Checklists”: Episode 17

Africlick Panel Discussion: Dating, Infidelity & “Dating Checklists”: Episode 17


On this week’s episode we are talking about Dating, Infidelity and “Dating Checklist”. To help with the discussion we have enlisted the help of Dayo, founder of Africlick a social discovery app for African and Caribbean professionals. Earlier this year Africlick hosted a panel discussion consisting of various dating experts who gave their unique views, advice and sometimes controversial prospective. Listen as hosts Mo and Jay, along with Dayo dissect some of the more contentious questions raised by the panel, including: “Are our significant other requirement checklist too long?” and “Do Africans/ Black people tolerate cheating more than other cultures?”
Join the conversation and let us know your thoughts: @colouroutthebox
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website: www.africlick.co.uk registration is now open for new members.

The next black dating panel discussion is on 24 October- visit africlick.co.uk to pre register for event tickets.

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