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Stories that Stick
25 minutes | 9 days ago
EP 27: Ade Akins, Adzvice Podcast
We are joined by Ade Akins, who’s a digital marketer and better known as the co-host of the amazing podcast Adzvice. Ade shares the stories that have made an impact on his life, stories such as: Toy Story (the movie) Financial Advice from his uncle Tanning of America by Steve Stoute Music by ES_Obvious Trent ES_Wasted Years (Instrumental Version) - Marc Torch ES_Vitamins - Timothy Infinite As always, please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’d like to be featured on the show or perhaps you want to run an advert on our show - email@example.com Blacticulate
30 minutes | 23 days ago
EP 26: Natalie Fiawoo, Culture Curator and Producer
Natalie Fiawoo, Culture Curator for Black Cultural Archives and a Producer for Apples and Snakes. Natalie shares stories such as ‘Mouth Open, Jump Out’ series by Grace Hallworth, Ghanaian literature that was literally written by her great-great grandfather and the importance of making sure we tell our own stories. Contact Natalie on: Website: nataliefiawoo.com Twitter: @NatFiawoo Music within this episode: ES_One Final Theft - Piper Ezz ES_First Sign - Mahlert Advert within this episode: Adzvice Podcast - adzvice.com Lastly, and as always, please share/rate/review the episode and get in touch via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to be featured or want to run an advert on our show. You're the best! Bx
32 minutes | a month ago
EP 25: Jon Devo, Content Creator
Jon Devo, an amazing photographer and journalist who’s written for the Metro, Amateur Photography and WIRED UK, to name but a few reputable magazines, speaks on his career journey (so far) and the stories that stuck with him such as ‘Jonathan Livingstone Seagull, Conversation with God and the film Ready Player One’ You can reach Jon on: Twitter: @JonDevo Instagram: @GadgetsJon Lastly, we're now open to advertising so if you'd like to advertise on our show then get in touch via email on email@example.com You're the best, Blacticulate team x
31 minutes | 2 months ago
EP24: Claud William, Award-Winning Entrepreneur
Claud Williams, an award-winning entrepreneur, executive coach and founder of Dream Nations, talks about his career-journey, so far, and the books that inspired him along the way such as ‘Losing your Virginity' by Sir Richard Branson and 'The Promise of a Pencil' by Adam Braun. Contact Claude Willaims: Website: https://dreamnation.co/ Instagram: @claud_williams_ Twitter: @claud_williams Contains music by: ES_Borrowed Peace - Peter Sandberg ES_Under the Surface - Flouw ES_Free Falling Please don't forget to subscribe, rate or review our podcast because it really does help us grow. Thanking you in advance, Blacticulate x
25 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep 23: Sheila Nortley, Award-Winning Filmmaker
We speak to Sheila Nortley, an award-winning filmmaker who has written, produced and directed several internationally renowned projects including SABLE FABLE which went on to win Best Film at the prestigious American Black Film Festival Awards 2013. Sheila shares why stories such as Anansi (the spider), Assata Shakur's biography and listening to her parents speak about their upbringing in Ghana made a huge impact on her life. And, of course, we speak about how she’d like to be remembered. Contact Sheila on: Website: https://sheilanortley.com/ Instagram: @sheilanortley Clubhouse: Sheila Nortley Follow us on: Website: https://blacticulate.com/ Instagram: @blacticualte.com Twitter: @blacticulate Clubhouse: @blacticulate And, don't forget to subscribe, rate and review this podcast because it really does help us grow. Blacticulate xx
1 minutes | 3 months ago
Stories that Stick S2 Trailer
Season 2 trailer and if you'd like to be featured on Stories that Stick podcast then please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Lastly don't forget to subscribe and leaver a review because it really does help us grow.
19 minutes | 4 months ago
Best of Stories that Stick, EP 13-16
We're still recapping some of our favourite stories told by guests,EP 13, Bami Kuteyi founder of Bam Bam Boogie Dance FitnessEP 14, Reya El-Salahi Journalist and ReporterEP 15, Christina Moore founder of Don't Skip MediaEP 16, Josh Rivers founder of Busy Being BlackLet us know your thoughts.Blacticulate
17 minutes | 4 months ago
Best of Stories that Stick, EP 09-12
Best of Stories that Stick, episodes 09-12.EP 09: Andy Ayim, a product leader and business builder who's passionate about creating pathways into business for people with potential from low-income backgrounds. EP 10: Georgette, from Just the Tip podcast one of UK's most popular sex podcast. EP 11: Elijah Lawal, PR Manager for Google and author of the book ’The Clapback: Your Guide to Calling out Racist StereotypesEP 12: Monikah Lee, presenter and host of Talks with Monikah Lee - a platform that aims to educate and empower Black communities.
23 minutes | 5 months ago
Best of Stories that Stick, EP 04-08
Best of Stories that Stick, episodes 04-08.EP 4: Nels Abbey, author of the book Think Like a White Man.EP 5: Axel KaCoutié, sound artist and designer for Today In Focus (Guardian) podcastEP6: Temi Alchémy, co-host of 90s Baby PodcastEP 7: Billie Dee, PR Consultant and Mental Health AdvocateEP 8: Fred Santana, co-host of 90s Baby Podcast. MERRY XMAS!
13 minutes | 6 months ago
Best of Stories that Stick, EP 01-03
Whilst we're preparing for 2021, we shall be revisiting past episodes (chronologically) and selecting a single story that resonated with us from each guest.[02:21] Joy Gharoro-Akpotojor (EP 02), sharing how she became a Film producer and why she's focused on telling stories which are Black, Queer and Female-led.[07:23] Salmon Adjani (EP 01), actor and film-director sharing his perspective on what whiteness is.[10:24] Marcus Bronzy (EP 03), radio presenter regales the Fisherman taleIf there are any particular stories from our guests that resonated with you then please do not hesitate to let us know because we might put it in future shows (and give you a shout out too).
27 minutes | 7 months ago
EP 22: Péjú Oshin, Arts Curator
Péjú Ọshin, a British-Nigerian Arts curator (Young People Programme at the Tate) and educator (Central Saint Martins), joins us to discuss the legacy she’s building as well as the stories that made an impact on her life - like as watching an episode of Judge John Deed where the lawyer dies and consequently stopped her from becoming a lawyer to playing blackjack in college common room and reading Small Island which encouraged her to create spaces for immigrants to feel proud and safe... and so much more. Contact Péjú:Website: https://www.pejuoshin.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pejuoshin/Twitter: https://twitter.com/pejuoshinMusic by:ES_Not the Same Smile - Piper EzzES_Between The Waves - Chris ShardsES_Savannah MountainsAnd if you liked or disliked this episode, please take the timeout to review it because it really does help us get better.Blacticualte.
31 minutes | 7 months ago
EP 21: David Elikwu, Entrepreneur
David Elikwu, ex-lawyer who now helps startups companies with their marketing, strategy and legal, joins us remotely (so forgive the audio quality) to discuss why he does the above as well as starting Baba's flight club (2,000+ members) and his latest business venture the Democratic Republic of Coffee. David can be found:Twitter: @LegendofBaba / @BabasFlightClub / @DemRepCoffeeWebsite: https://www.babasflightclub.com, https://demrepcoffee.comPodcast/Writing: https://theknowledge.substack.comMusic by,ES_The Roundabout - John AbbotES_Tales of the Uncanny - ProzodyES_Slow Shift - Jay Varton As always, please subscribe, share and/or comment because it really does help.
30 minutes | 8 months ago
EP 20: Charlotte William, Influencer
Charlotte Williams, the founder of Seven Six Agency, joins us remotely to share the stories that made an impact on her life, how and why she started her influencer marketing agency Seven Six to specifically help those within the BAME community. Also, her agency is currently crowdfunding to money to grow the business so please follow the link (below) if you'd like to help out:https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/sevensix-agencyCharlotte and Seven Six Agency can be found on:Instagram: @charlottesevensixTwitter: @TheStylumWebsite: https://sevensixagency.com/Music by:ES_Awaken the City - Emily RubyeES_Site Specific MemoryES_Almost Over - Eric FeinbergAnd, as always, don't forget to subscribe, share, like and/or comment because it really does help us grow. Blacticulate x
30 minutes | 8 months ago
EP 19: Alim Kamara, Storyteller
Many of you may know Alim Kamara as a hip-hop artist, but do you know that he's a traditional storyteller and motivational speaker that tours the world reciting folklores from Africa. Well, this is why Alim joins us today to share some of the stories that have made an impact on him and how he started his storytelling company Storie Storie HQ.Contact Storie Storie HQ on:Instagram: @storiestoriehqWebsite: https://www.storiestorie.com/Music by:ES_Jungle Classroom - Edward Karl HansonPlease leave any comments and/or subscribe to our podcast because it really does help us grow.
32 minutes | a year ago
EP 18: Roy Alexander Weise, Theatre Director
New episode with Roy Alexander Weise (MBE), co-Artistic Director of the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, and Director of plays such as 'Nine Nights, The Mountaintop, Master Harold and the boys' to name but a few. Roy spoke about the learnings he gained from biblical stories (fun fact Roy could’ve ended up a Pastor), the UK education system penalising ‘energy, and of course, the stories that made a huge impact on him like ‘The Chatroom’ a play by Enda Walsh. You can contact Roy on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/RAWeiseArtist And as always, please subscribe, rate and review because it really does help us grow. You're the best!Blacticulate
35 minutes | a year ago
EP 17: Gemma Cairney, Broadcaster/Author
Gemma Cairney, multi-award-winning broadcaster (BBC 1xtra), Author of the book ‘Open: A toolkit for how magic and messed up life can be, and founder of a production company called Boom Shakalaka.In today's episode we discussed growing up with a dual heritage; developing your identity in the public eye; the benefits of her debut book 'Open'; and some of the stories that made her the amazing woman she - stories like ’The Faraway Tree book series, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Interviewing Grace Jones, to name but a few.Follow Gemma Cairney on,Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gemmacairneyInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gemagain/Twitter: https://twitter.com/gemcairn Music By,ES_Globetrotter - Adriel FairAnd for more information on Blacticulate productions please visit https://blacticulate.com/
32 minutes | a year ago
EP 16: Josh Rivers, Busy Being Black
On today's episode, Josh Rivers founder of the platform Busy Being Black, which is a podcast (for now) that centres the stories of Black & Brown Queer people thriving at the intersections of their identities. Josh shares some of the stories that have made an impact on him, from Oprah, Matthew Shepherd, Bayard Rustin, and much more. And, if you were to Google Josh Rivers, you'll note he's very public dismal from Gay Times on the front page - so yes, we talk about his and specifically the positive lessons that came from this.Visit www.busybeingblack.com to keep up to date with all the good work Josh is doing. And, if you'd like to feature on our podcast then please get in touch via social media (@blacticulate) or email email@example.com.
22 minutes | a year ago
EP 15: Christina Moore, Don't Skip Media
Christina Moore, former BBC (Radio 4 and World Service) producer, and now the founder of Don't Skip Media - an audio production and training company that helps people turn their talent and skills into audio content. She joins us in the studio to share how and why she started her new venture so guys if you're in the space to start something new then do visit Don't Skip Media.Website: https://dontskip.co.uk/Twitter: @DontSkipMediaInstagram: @DontSkipMedia
34 minutes | a year ago
EP14: Reya El-Salahi, Journalist/Reporter
Reya El-Salahi, a Journalist, Reporter and Presenter, who's worked for the BBC, This American Life, London Live, to name but a few renown broadcast platforms, joined us in the studio to discuss how she became a Journalist, but more specifically why it was important that she did.She can be found on:Website: https://reyatv.com/Twitter: @_ReyaInstagram: reyauk
24 minutes | a year ago
EP 13: Bami Kuteyi, founder of Bam Bam Boogie
In the studio, we have Bami Kuteyi, founder of Bam Bam Boogie a community that aims to form fearless women around the world through innovative dance fitness practices such as ‘Twerk After Work’. She talks about finding her identity and confidence via dancing, and of the course stories and memories that had a big impact on her life.You can find Bami on the following:Instagram: @bambam_boogie/@twerkafterworkTwitter: @bambam_boogieMusic by:Epidemic Sounds, Old Rain on a New Day - Cora ZeaEpidemic Sounds, Army of Silent Thieves - KikoruAs always, please comment and/or share our work because it really does help us grow, and most importantly please stay safe.Thank you,Blacticulate x
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