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Bold, Brown and British
63 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
S3 Ep 6 | In Conversation with: Sara Nisha Adams, author of 'The Reading List'
We sit down with Sara Nisha Adams in our latest episode, to discuss her debut book 'The Reading List' (out in stores now). Sara talks about writing inspirations, journey to being a writer, advice to budding writers, the publishing industry and a sneak peak into the characters she's so quaintly put onto the page.
68 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
S3 Ep 5 | Bold, Brown & Queer
We talk about being queer and brown in this week's podcast. Resources: Desi Rainbow Parents and Allies - space for parents and families of LGBTQ+ individuals to find community and learn how to better support their childrenEl-Twahid Juma Circle - Queer Muslim space, holding Juma Circle every Friday..Club Kali - One of the World's Biggest LGBT ClubInclusive Mosque InitiativeImaan – UK LGBTQ Muslim CharityLondon Queer MuslimsSarbat - LGBT SikhsNAZ Project | Sexual Health | BAME - works within BAME communities to improve access to sexual and mental healthcare.Pink Mauritian International - Facebook for British Mauritian Queer community The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali - book about a seventeen-year-old that lives on the border of two worlds: one as the daughter of conservative Bangladeshi Muslim parents, the other as teenager trying to make it through her senior year - that is until her parents catch her kissing her girlfriend, Ariana.
34 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
S3 Ep 4 | Can a Guy and a Girl JUST be friends?
Ahh the age old question....can a guy and a girl just be friends? We discuss in this week's episode.
38 minutes | Jun 26, 2021
S3 EP 3 | Long Distance Relationships
We discuss something a lot of people can relate to, having been through a pandemic - long distance relationships.
28 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
S3 Ep 2 | Imposter Syndrome
We discuss Imposter syndrome, the internal experience of believing that you are not as competent as others perceive you to be.
36 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
S3 Ep 1 | Cancel Culture
: Cancel culture is a modern form of ostracism in which someone is thrust out of social or professional circles – whether it be online, on social media, or in person. Those subject to this ostracism are said to have been "cancelled". But is cancel culture a mob mentality, or a long overdue way of speaking truth to power? We discuss in our first episode of Season 3
36 minutes | May 21, 2021
S2 Ep 19 | Brown Girls Do it Too, P2
We are back for the second part of our 'Brown Girls Do it too' podcast to discuss sexual compatibility, phone sex, being called exotic and fetishes.
34 minutes | May 15, 2021
S2 Ep 18 | Brown girls do it too
This week I'm joined by Leena & Kajal to discuss the fact that brown girls do it too. Quite simply put, let's talk about sex baby.
17 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
S2 Ep 17 | Off the Record: Depression
We are back for another episode of our off the record series, this time discussing our experiences with depression, tackling the stigma of it and how we dealt with it.
59 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
S2 Ep 16 | Interracial Dating & Marriage
This week we sit down with Moe and Marina (cutely shipped as "Moerina" ) to discuss their experiences of being in an interracial marriage. From their (very cute) meet cute to now, Moerina talks about: what it's like being in an interracial relationship in America todayCultural differences and similaritiesAny fears they had about marrying outside of your respective racesPushback from friends and familyBreaking the news to their families Marriage vs dating as an interracial couplesTheir advice to the younger generation
29 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
S2 Ep 15 | Deya Banglai Gaan Gai
We are joined by the wonderful Deya (from @deyarcreations) who explores the beauty of classical Bengali music, how her classical jazz training helped her appreciate Bengali music more, and how music feeds into the diaspora of all our beings.
49 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
S2 Ep 14 | #NotAllMenButAllWomen
Earlier this month the abduction and murder of Sarah Everad in London, caused an increase in conversations of male violence towards women. I sit down with some women to discuss how safe we feel, our experiences as modern London women, male behaviours that make us women feel uncomfortable and so much more. TW: Rape, abuse, violence, sexual harassment
43 minutes | Mar 27, 2021
S2 Ep 13 | The importance of networking
It's a well known fact that networking will help you develop and improve your skill set, stay on top of the latest trends in your industry, keep a pulse on the job market, meet prospective mentors, partners, and clients, and gain access to the necessary resources that will foster your career development. I sit down with Shamem Ahmed, Organiser of Bengali Professional (London) and Muslim Professional (London) to discuss why networking is so important, his tips and tricks and the philosophy behind both groups.
25 minutes | Mar 20, 2021
S2 Ep 12 | Off the Record: Mindfulness, Wellbeing and Manifestations
On our first episode in our 'Off The Record' series, we discuss Mindfulness, Wellbeing and Manifestations (and law of attraction). I sit down with the girls to discuss what being mindful means to each of us, our qualms about people throwing around phrases like 'raise your vibration' and the life coaches we follow (like the Matthew Hussey's and the Tony Robbins). In our 'Off the Record' series we record real life (often in person) conversations off the record. These conversations are often recorded not with a podcast in mind, but as free flowing conversations between friends, family and colleagues, and thus will often involve a lot of talking over each other, background sounds and strong individual opinions. Let us know what you think - message us via Instagram @boldbrownandbritish.
38 minutes | Mar 13, 2021
S2 Ep 11 | Discussing the Meghan & Harry interview on Oprah
This week we discuss the explosive interview that was Meghan & Harry's interview on Oprah. We talk about whether the treatment of Meghan was purely because of race, whether she was victimised or simply victim mentality and our thoughts on the whole debacle.
31 minutes | Mar 6, 2021
S2 Ep 10 | Everybody has a podcast
Have we reached podcast peak? Why does everyone you know starting a podcast? What podcasts are we listening to, and what makes a good podcast? This week we discuss all of the above and also our thoughts on this new phenomena of everyone starting a podcast.
19 minutes | Feb 27, 2021
S2 Ep 9 | Are Influencers actually good influences?
In this episode we discuss Influencers across TikTok, YouTube and Instagram, looking at the types of influencers there are, the skewed viewpoint they might have, the whole Dubai fiasco and more importantly whether influencers are actually good influences.
35 minutes | Feb 20, 2021
S2 Ep 8 | Work Relationships
This week, we discuss work relationships (and work tings), flings at work, and navigating crushes at work.
10 minutes | Feb 13, 2021
S2 Ep 7 | Kids Explain: Love
This Valentine's Day, I'm joined by some kids to explain the complex emotion of love - what it is, and how you can show someone you love them.
52 minutes | Feb 6, 2021
S2 Ep 6 | Brown Girls in STEM
In order to achieve full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls, and further achieve gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls, the United Nations General Assembly declared 11 February as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science and what better way to celebrate than talk with two wonderful ladies who are working in the science field themselves. Joined by Dr Aziza Khabbush and Dr Ashika Rai for an interesting chat on what brought them to science, role models and how they've found the experience.
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