In this podcast Dr Ellen Wright talks with Pawlet Brooks of the social enterprise Serendipity, who facilitate and coordinate Leicester’s annual Black History Month provision.
The pair got together in the days immediately prior to the beginning of BHM so the mood was electric. They discuss Pawlet’s role at Serendipity, and the political function and the history of the BHM provision. Other topics broached include the politics of programming, the importance of giving a platform to minorities, plugging the knowledge gap, learning from the past, BAME women’s tendency to be overlooked, how BHM is for everyone and some more precise details about the exciting 2018 BHM offering.
The podcast concludes with a Here’s Looking at You exclusive regarding future BHM themes in Leicester.
Music is by kind permission of The Shannon Reilly Trio. The full version of the song Trouble can be found along with its video here, and purchased on the Shannon Reilly Trio album also called Trouble.
The podcast was produced thanks to the post-production expertise of John Ashbrook of Radio Pictures.
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