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In Other News Podcast
34 minutes | Jul 27, 2021
S2 | Episode 4: The Supa Power of Community - A Good Conversation with Supa Network Founder, Bejay Mulenga
Having started 8 side hustles in the last 10 years, this man definitely knows a thing or two about running and sustaining enterprises. In this episode, we talk to Supa Network Founder Bejay Mulenga, and we discuss the importance of self awareness in business, the concept of earning, learning and returning, the inception of his entrepreneurial journey and popular purchases at his school tuck shop and more! Follow Bejay and the Supa Network on: Bejay: IG: @bejaymulenga | Twitter: @bejaymulenga | Pheonix Programme Instagram: @phoenixprogramme Supa Network: IG: @supanetwork | Twitter: @supanetwork As always, please do follow us on socials - IG: @inothernewsuk | Twitter: @inothernewsuk | Candace IG: @candgoods_ | Twitter: @candgoods
71 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
S2 | Episode 3: Finding Your Voice in a Loud + Opinionated World – A Good Conversation with the hosts of She's In A Pod
Does freedom of speech still exist? In a time where everyone has the right to share their views but can be penalised about sharing it, it can feel like we're at a loss either way. Bianca, Sadé and Jennifer of She's in a Pod join this episode of our new season of the In Other News Podcast to discuss the power in fighting through the noise to having your voice heard, how to develop your own perspective, how the ladies initially became friends and much more. Follow the ladies at She's in a Pod on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. As always, please do follow us on socials - IG: @inothernewsuk | Twitter: @inothernewsuk | Candace IG: @candgoods_ | Twitter: @candgoods
63 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
S2 | Episode 2: Black Womanhood - A Good Conversation with Woman to Woman Founder - Loriane
Bringing womanhood to the forefront of conversations globally once a year is always an important and celebratory time and for as grateful as women are to loudly celebrate themselves, International Women's month is simply the tip of the iceberg. This episode features Loriane, Founder of Woman to Woman - a platform dedicated to narrating the stories of women, having conscious conversations + sharing experiences and we simply discuss black womanhood. Socials: Loriane IG: @oilozz | Twitter: @oilozzz | Woman to Woman IG: @womantowomanx | Twitter: @womantowomanx In Other News IG: @inothernewsuk | Twitter: @inothernewsuk | Candace IG: @candgoods_ | Twitter: @candgoods
33 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
S2 | Episode 1: The Genesis of In Other News - A Conversation with In Other News Founder, Candace Oxley hosted by TV Presenter and Radio Host, Remel London
To kickstart the new season of the In Other News Podcast, we decided to take things back to the beginning with a Founder conversation, hosted by Remel London on the genesis of In Other News. We share where the stimulus came from, the importance of representation, how success is defined, future plans and much more. Follow our Founder Candace at @candgoods_ on Instagram and @candgoods on twitter. Follow Remel London at @remel_london on Instagram and @remel_london on Twitter. Be sure to keep up with the good report at @inothernewsuk on Twitter, @inothernewsuk on Instagram and on our site www.inothernews.uk.
55 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
Episode 28 | Sharing Inside Business With The Outside World - A Good Conversation with Sunday Times Best Selling Author and TV Presenter - Candice Brathwaite
Our final episode of the year features Sunday Times Best Selling Author and TV Presenter, Candice Brathwaite. What initially was scheduled to be a conversation about her book "I Am Not Your Baby Mother" and upcoming title "Sista, Sister" (which can be pre-ordered now) turned into a much wider and necessary conversation about the plethora of black experiences. You can keep up with Candice on Instagram: @candicebrathwaite As always remember to like, share, subscribe and leave a review and follow us at @inothernewsuk on Instagram and Twitter. * This episode was recorded remotely during lockdown so please allow for any audio distortions.
58 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Episode 27 | Sleeping Habits, Classical Civilisation and Black Girl Joy - A Good Conversation with Designer and Illustrator, Kazvare Made It
Best known for her comical approach to cultural references and influences, this episode of the #InOtherNewsPodcast features Designer and Illustrator Kazvare Made It. In this episode, we discuss her background, the importance of being led by joy, where opposites attract to create art, black maternal experiences. You can keep up with Kazvare on Instagram: @kazvaremadeit | Twitter: @kazvaremadeit As always remember to like, share, subscribe and leave a review and follow us at @inothernewsuk on Instagram and Twitter. * This episode was recorded remotely during lockdown so please allow for any audio distortions.
69 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
Episode 26 | "Seven" - The Documentary - A Good Conversation with Broadcaster, Journalist & Capital Xtra Host, Jay London
Music truly is a universal language which an incredible time travel ability that brings you back to place or place. We all have a favourite song that can never be played just once, and in searching for the meaning behind the hits and glamorous videos, Broadcaster and Journalist, Jay London embarked on a journey to unpack the lives of seven musicians, on a quest to uncover the truth about their experiences in the industry, their upbringing and ultimately, their humanity. These seven inspiring stories will be presented over seven consecutive weeks with Jay London at the helm as the host and creator taking us through a day in the life of seven rising stars. To keep up with the series, head over to YouTube to watch the episodes here. Follow Jay London on socials: Instagram: @jaylondon | Twitter: @jaylondon As always, be sure to follow In Other News on socials: Instagram: @inothernewsuk | Twitter: @inothernewsuk
54 minutes | Nov 1, 2020
Episode 25 | A Seat At Dee's Table - A Good Conversation with Vegan Chef + Musician, Denai Moore
In light of #worldveganday, we’re taking a seat a very special table for dinner - Dee's Table. Dee’s Table founded by @denaimoore re-introduces Jamaican food by putting a modern innovative twist on staple flavours, using 100% plant based ingredients and spices. We talk the journey, upcoming recipes, table for one settings, food experiences outside of London and more. @denaimoore has another special creative trait which we touch on too. Be sure to follow Denai on socials: Instagram: @dees_table | @denaimoore - Twitter: @deestable | @denaimoore As always, keep up with the good news on socials: Instagram: @inothernewsuk | Twitter: @inothernewsuk * This episode was recorded during quarantine so please allow for any audio distortions
72 minutes | Oct 3, 2020
Episode 24 | The Modern Day Pardner - A Good Conversation with Kwanda Founder, Jermaine Craig
"How much money do we have in the pardner?" Who remembers when their parents/friends used to collectively deposit money into a 'pot' for group activities and investments over the course of the year? The Pardner - a way for black communities to accumulate funds to put towards something of value that was of mutual benefit. Fast forward 30+ years, and we now have Kwanda - the modern collection pot for black communities. A renenwed answer to the pardner, we spoke to Kwanda Founder, Jermaine Craig about his life journey thus far, the inception of his incredible businesses, black boy joy and so much more! Be sure to follow: Instagram: @joinkwanda | Twitter: @joinkwanda @jermainecraig | Facebook: @joinkwanda | Linkedin: @Kwanda | As usual - keep up with The Good Report - IG: @inothernewsuk | Twitter: @inothernewsuk Remember to Like - Subscribe - Share - Leave a review * This episode was recorded during quarantine so please allow for any audio distortions.
59 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
Episode 23 | Black To School - A Good Conversation with Educator, Natalie Cole
Education and schooling is at the heartbeat of Britain’s crisis right now, and in the midst of a global pandemic, home-schooling as turned from being an option for 'the wealthy and the woke' to a necessity for everyone. With students in education returning back after months of lessons from home, we talk to traveller and educator Natalie Cole about the barriers in education, the importance of representation, being black in education in the Middle East, teaching through a pandemic and much more! Follow Natalie on: IG: @educatedmindsuk @thehappyteacherplanner | Twitter: @educatedmindsuk As usual remember to like, share, comment and subscribe, and keep up with the good news on Instagram and Twitter. * This episode was recorded during quarantine so please allow for any audio distortions
94 minutes | Aug 19, 2020
Episode 22 | "Describe our friendship in one word" - A Good Conversation amongst Best Friends
Having collectively been friends for 25 years +, this week, I sat down with a group of my best friends to continue to discussion on friendship. Managing relationships is often one of the life's hardest but most rewarding responsibilities and in this episode, we discuss why we think our friendship has stood the test of time, childhood memories, what we admire about one another, where it all began and much more! Follow all the ladies who were live inside: Corinne: Instagram: @iamcozza Jamelia: Instagram: @Jameliaisobsessed | Twitter: @jameliaobsessed Abi: Instagram: @ahmckay | Twitter: @ahmckay_ Philippa: Instagram: @phillippa.denise | Twitter: @phillippadenise Ria: Instagram: @rii_royal As usual, keep up with all the good news with us – www.inothernews.uk and follow us @inothernewsuk on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
74 minutes | Aug 5, 2020
Episode 21 | Celebrating International Friendship Day - Sisterhood 101 - A Good Conversation w/ Siobhan Rowanne
Sisterhood is one of the cornerstones of who I am, so this episode features the first woman I called sister – Siobhan Rowanne. We’ve been friends/sisters for 25 years and this conversation was just the tip of the iceberg in terms of experiences we’ve shared. As only children, our bond grew quickly and deeply, and in this conversation, we let you into some of what our sisterhood has consisted of over the last 25 years. Follow Siobhan on: Instagram: @siobhanrowanne and @ketoshiv | Twitter: @siobhanrowanne As usual, keep up with all the good news with us – www.inothernews.uk and follow us @inothernewsuk on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
79 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
Episode 20 | The Full Circle of Creative Entrepreneurial life – A Good Conversation with Tula Leanne Founder, Tula Lynch
Tula Leanne is fashion brand that creates hand-made accessories from cross cultural fabrics, and this month in honour of International Friends Day at the end of the month, I'll be talking to a selection of my friends about business, friendship and life. In this episode, Tula shares her journey into fashion industry, entrepreneurial highs and lows. the importance of being a sponge in all environments, what running her own business has taught her so far and much more! Be sure to check out her accessories, and place orders via her website - www.tulaleanne.co.uk. Follow Tula directly at @tula_lynch and follow Tula Leanne at @tulaleanne on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. As usual, keep up with all the good news with us – www.inothernews.uk and follow us @inothernewsuk on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
72 minutes | Mar 8, 2020
Episode 19 | #EachForEqual - International Women's Day : A Good Conversation w/ Renee Davis, Leanne Pero and Khalia Ismain
This is a full and authentic take on equality and womanhood. The journey of this conversation moves between equality and the lack thereof, ways to tip the scales, allies, inspiring women in our lives, how we would define sisterhood and more! Special guests include: Leanne Pero - Founder of Black Women Rising and The Movement Factory Khalia Ismain - Founder of Jamii Renee Davis, Founder of Out The Box and Co-Founder of Phenomenal Woman As usual, keep up with all the good news with us – www.inothernews.uk and follow us on Instagram at @inothernewsuk.
44 minutes | Mar 1, 2020
Episode 18 | Black Love Pt 2 - Black Love Feels Like.. Another Good Conversation w/ Amani and Ashleigh Simpson, Rez Marino and Jade Chanel, and Remel London and Footsteps
Following on from the previous episode, we talk openly about race and dating. Black Love is hugely different to love in other races largely based on our cultural and societal history, which has typically made it difficult to know/understand how to love ourselves well. In this episode, we discuss whether choosing someone black was a conscious decision for these couples, what black love feels like how and the couples would describe their relationships in one word/phrase. Remember to like, subscribe and share, and follow everyone on socials: Amani Simpson: @amani.simpson | Ashleigh Simpson: @ashleighsamantha_x Remel London: @remel_london | Footsteps: @isthatfoot Rez Marino: @rezmarino | Jade Chanel: @jade8chanel Remember to also follow us on socials too @inothernewsuk on IG and head over to www.inothernews.uk for all the good news!
65 minutes | Feb 14, 2020
Episode 17 | Black Love Pt 1 - Valentine's Day Special – A Good Conversation w/ Amani and Ashleigh Simpson, Rez Marino and Jade Chanel and Remel London and Footsteps
In honour of Valentine’s Day, we sat down with 3 couples at different stages in relationships. Boyfriend and girlfriend, Remel London and Coryell, engaged couple Rez Marino and Jade Chanel, and married couple Amani and Ashleigh Simpson. In this episode, we went right back to the beginning and talked how each couple met, first dates (and outfits), initial attraction, and misconceptions of each stage in relationship. This was a full and transparent conversation and I'm sure you'll learn a whole lot from these couples. Listen now on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and Anchor. Remember to like, subscribe and share, and follow everyone on socials: Amani Simpson: @amani.simpson | Ashleigh Simpson: @ashleighsamantha_x Remel London: @remel_london | Footsteps: @isthatfoot Rez Marino: @rezmarino | Jade Chanel: @jade8chanel Remember to also follow us on socials too @inothernewsuk
38 minutes | Feb 5, 2020
Episode 16 | Paralysis to Heels - The Beautiful Struggle - A Good Conversation with Self Published Author Terri-Louise Brown
Written by Multiple Sclerosis Fighter, Terri-Louise Brown, ‘Paralysis to Heels - The Beautiful Struggle’ is a mini biography about the life of a black millennial woman's fight a historically incurable illness. On Saturday 8th February 2020, Terri-Louise Brown is hosting a book launch and ahead of the event, we sat down with Terri to tip the iceberg on the book’s message, the mental affects of living with such an illness, what guests can look forward to on Saturday and more! To purchase the book, head over to the Paralysis to Heels site, and for tickets to the launch, grab yours here! Follow Terri and her charity on Instagram: @ms_terri | @talkswithms As usual, keep up with all the good news with us – www.inothernews.uk and follow us @OtherNewsUK on Instagram and Twitter.
50 minutes | Jan 28, 2020
Episode 15 | 'The Beyond Hair Summit' - A Good Conversation with Niyo Enterprise Founders, Laolu and Oyin
Joined by the Founders of Niyo Enterprise, a multi faceted organisation that uses hair to economically empower women, Laolu and Oyin shared some importance truths of economic empowerment, the discipline it takes for tunnel vision, the journey to purpose, pain points that brands tap into to get our coin, and what they're most looking forward to at the Beyond Hair Summit. Remember to like, share and subscribe! Be sure to follow these talented black brits on social media: Instagram: @niyoenterprise Twitter: @niyoenterprise As usual, keep up with all the good news with us – www.inothernews.uk and follow us @OtherNewsUK on Instagram and Twitter.
85 minutes | Dec 22, 2019
Episode 14 | BLACK IN CREATIVE - In Other News Podcast Live in conversation with Bisola Popoola, Oribi Davies, Nuria Fesheye and Koby Martin
To close out this season, have a listen to the conversation that took place at our first live event. We were joined by Safehouse Founder Bisola Popoola, Photography Agent Oribi Davies, Creative Producer Nuria Feshaye, and Artist Koby Martin. We talk lessons learned, the importance of knowing your why, creative ebs and flows and much more. Listen now on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and Anchor. Be sure to follow these talented black brits on social media: Instagram: @bis_bis @safehouseldn | @oribinstagram @intentlondon @thebocuk | @lanur_ | @koby_martin Twitter: @recorbs | @Lanur_ | @kobmart As usual, keep up with all the good news with us – www.inothernews.uk and follow us @OtherNewsUK on Instagram and Twitter.
46 minutes | Oct 9, 2019
Episode 13 | “What Are You Going To Cash In When You Leave School?” – A Good Conversation with English and Maths teachers, Abi Hutchinson-Mckay and Elliott Powell Pt 1
The importance of representation is key in all spaces, and what better place to see children to see people that look like them than education. With the new school term well underway, this episode features 2 of the coolest and most unconventional educators you’ll ever hear from - English Teacher Abi Hutchinson-Mckay and Maths teacher – Elliott Powell. Abi & Elliot also run a tutoring company called Knowledge Intuition so if your children, younger siblings etc need tutors, drop them a line. This episode we talk about the challenges in how subjects are taught, educational barriers, cultural capital and much more! Listen now on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and Anchor. Please Abi and Knowledge Intuition: Instagram: @ahmckay | @knowledgeintuition As usual keep up with all the good news with us – www.inothernews.uk and follow us at @OtherNewsUK on Instagram & Twitter
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