Tonight on Code of the Streets with DJ Style features special guest mix with DJ Milktray!

Tonight on the Old School Weekend Code of the Streets with DJ Style on Ujima Radio 98fm check out a special guest mix from DJ Milktray.

Tune into Code of the Streets with DJ Style tonight from 8-10pm.

1Xtra‘s DJ MILKTRAY is well respected amongst his musical peers, and his reputation in the entertainment industry has made him one of most sought after DJs.

His talent has seen him host parties for: Amber Rose, Tank, Kevin Hart, Nick Cannon and Idris Elba, also tour DJ’s for LOX, Pretty Ricky, Teedra Moses & Faith Evans.

Catch him @ Code of the Streets 6th May @ Rumors

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Hear Ziggy Marley Interview to Save Bob Marley Beach – Irie FM

Here is another chance to hear the amazing Ziggy Marley Interview featured on Rise Women with Lynn Mareno from Irie FM:

The Bob Marley Beach in Jamaica is a sacred  and global heritage site that is under threat of being privatised along with many other places in Jamaica.  Ziggy speaks out about the importance of this beach, what it means to him and what it meant to his father.  Spearheaded by Bristolian, Rubba aka Norman Stephenson from Afi Dance a campaign is under way to highlight the importance of saving this Beach which was one of the first Rastafarian HQ’s in the world.

To find out more about the campaign and how you can help read here:

Save Bob Marley Beach in Jamaica!!

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The OG of Jungle in Bristol with Full Live Band – Ray Keith!

The Renegade (live) ft Ray Keith on Sunday 30th April – Monday 1st May 2023! Playing Dread Anthems & Classics from the last 30 years!

One of the latest DJ’s to join the Ujima fam is Ray Keith you can listen to his exclusive mix on the last Saturday of every month at Midnight on Legends In The Mix on Ujima Radio!  We are proud to announce that you can come & join us watch this true innovator perform live, some of his most celebrated classics alongside his brand new band. Ray has pulled out all the stops so expect a whole bunch of surprises throughout the evening. Plus he will be going b2b Nicky Blackmarket.

This is a family affair not to miss! Band on stage at 20:30hrs!

Doors: 6PM
Renegade Live with 3 piece band ft. Ray Keith

Navigator & Juiceman

Sasha Steppa (DJ)
E-Lisa (DJ)

Afterparty 10PM (Free entry with gig ticket):

Ray Keith b2b Nicky Blackmarket

Music Genres:

Breaks, Drum n Bass, Jungle, Old Skool, Reggae

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Bristol Singer – Mary In The Mirror tipped for the top!

Latest Single from Mary In The Mirror is causing a stir!

Out this week Mary In The Mirror’s latest single ‘Enough’ represents this Bristol artist and her growth and development as the next best thing to come out of the city renowned for breaking boundaries!

Mary In The Mirror’s uniquely soulful and sultry vocals provide the finishing touch on a bass-heavy, hip-hop and RnB backdrop, combining vocal elements of folk and soul which have been compared to the likes of Bjork and Kate Bush. Her lyrical content is frank and no-holds-barred, and evokes honest storylines of honesty and hardship. Mary brought her powerful and mysterious vocals to the studio for live performances of ‘Beautiful Places’ and ‘Enough’.

Check it out now!

Listen to Mary in the Mirror:


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Filmed 20th January 2023 at Woodbox Studios.

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Beyond Equality is a change-making organisation!

Beyond Equality is a change-making organisation that works with men and boys to promote positive masculinities.


Men and boys are in a crisis with their mental health, their sense of identity and the violence they inflict on women, girls and each other.

Beyond Equality equips men with new perspectives, kickstarting a process of change for individuals and the community; and empowering us all to be better.

Beyond Equality is partnering with Movember to launch ‘Men’s Health Hubs’ across the UK. They will train a team of local facilitators to run a series of transformative workshops for groups of men aged 18-30 around subjects such as ‘collective resilience’, ‘mental wellbeing’ and ‘allyship’.

The aim of the project is to start new conversations among groups of men and overcome the stigma of asking for help, challenge harmful norms around masculinity and create a safer and more inclusive community.

They are looking for existing community groups of young men in Bristol aged 18-30 to deliver their fully-funded workshops to.

If you are connected to a group of men aged 18-30 that you feel would benefit from taking part in these workshops, please email


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Former Ujima Presenter hits dizzy heights as Professional DJ & Journalist!

Out of 5,000 applications, former Ujima Presenter & now BBC Journalist, Dawn Limbu aka DJ Chiedza has made it as one of the 36 artists to be awarded a residency with @pirateofficial!!

Huge congratulations to Dawn from all your Ujima family.
Pirate received 5,000 applications for a Pirate Residency 2023 but only 36 artists were chosen. They will have their music played on the radio and will perform at venues and festivals across the UK, US, and Germany. Now we’re asking you to cast your vote and support DJ Chiedza in the public vote to decide who will receive £/$/€10K in free studio time and 1:1 mentoring.
To cast your vote head to the Pirate website using this link:
There is also a special discount code h that will give you 20% for your first Pirate Studios session. Just enter CHIEDZA20 – valid until the end of April.
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An Art Exhibition by Jean Joseph

On Freedom: Whose Story? Whose Lens? – An Art Exhibition by Jean Joseph

Artist Jean Joseph is working with the Modern Marronage Project, MMB and a group of asylum-seekers to present an exhibition on freedom at CentreSpace Gallery, Bristol. There will be a number of talks and events alongside the exhibition. Further information here.

There will be a number of talks and events alongside the exhibition. Please see the poster below for more details.



Friday 28 April
Wednesday 3 May


Centrespace Gallery
6 St Leonard Lane
Bristol, BS11EA United Kingdom
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Jean Joseph is a London-based visual artist and cultural facilitator, born in Dominica. Her practice taps into influences that cross continents; Africa, the Americas, her place in Britain. Joseph’s paintings are often narrative-based and layered in combinations of mixed/plastic media, often accentuated with collage, metal, wood or text. This methodology enables experimentation and scaling – an unhindered approach to dimensions and materiality, creating constructions and embedding signifiers. She has a background in spatial design and a broad interest in the built and natural environment and subsequent human geography – specifically anthropogenic effects. Often, she navigates the middle ground between dimensions to interweave stories; the societal and historical. At times, these take on fully sculptural forms.Joseph first exhibited her layered works focusing on disappearing Caribbean architecture at Tricycle Gallery in 2002 in Recycle Redeem, a joint show. She has since exhibited widely – most significantly, ‘We’ve already paid – Journeys & Kinship’ launched in 2010 at arc Gallery North London, a gallery she was involved in establishing. This body of work is a narrative on the human transatlantic trade, envisioned in Elmina Fortress on the Ghanaian coast.Her practice has comprised writing, curating and working with various West African artists who are based in the UK or on the African continent. She has hosted events for creatives, mentored in the community, facilitated art-focused and learning workshops, and delivered community-centred projects with institutions, such as the Museum of London and London Borough of Brent Arts & Libraries and Archives. As a co-facilitator, she was one of a group of artists interacting with workers at McVities biscuit factory in Something Different, an immersive residency supported by Create London and local development partners.In 2019 Joseph co-founded EARTHworks [Artists] Collective, aiming to address the lack of intergenerational, wellbeing in creativity, and support for older artists/participants. As well as continuing her practice and exhibiting, she has worked on a range of art projects; mentoring within the arts, exhibition development, such as ‘Redefining Balance’, the work of Zimbabwean artist, Tafadzwa Gwetai, a show presented online in December 2020 to January 2021 with co-founder Gaynor Tutani. This project continues to gain further interest, and in its next iteration will form part of an academic/creative partnership.

Joseph wrote, curated and participated in ‘Fragments & Visibility’, a group show on the EARTHworks platform at University College London Hospital’s gallery space, appreciated by both medical staff and patients. The exhibition exemplified their ethos on wellbeing as a core objective of the Collective’s vision.

Joseph currently works out of her studio within the Second Floor Studios & Arts Community.


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JIMMY GALVIN / LOVE LETTER TO THE MOON / A fundraising concert for Bristol Drugs Project at The Mount Without / Bristol/ April 27th

Jimmy Galvin is organising and playing at a fundraising concert for Bristol Drugs Project at the stunning Mount Without on April 27th.

Tickets are £15 and available now from Eventbrite.


Jimmy Galvin is a composer, producer, arranger and visual artist, who has composed music for the BBC, Channel 4 and the award winning independent film Lido.

He has also exhibited alongside artists such as Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst and Antony Gormley, as well as being responsible for bringing an exhibition by Yoko Ono to the Georgian House in 2019.


The concert will feature:

JIMMY GALVIN / Solo Piano Performance

REVERB / Harp and Voice duo

KETIBU / Acoustic Set

MARK ELY/ Featuring a 20 Piece Choir


This will be a stunning concert in the memorable setting of The Mount Without


For a taster of Jimmy Galvin’s solo piano performance you can listen here also Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music etc

The grand piano is being supplied by Bath Piano Workshop.




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The Kevin Philemon Show & team pay tribute to Jah Shaka!

On the Kevin Philemon Show tomorrow on Ujima Radio at 10am featuring DJ Style and the team  pay tribute to Jah Shaka.   Special guests include Blacker Dread formerly of Coxsone Sound  and Grammy Nominated Tippa Irie from Saxon Sound, plus Ujima’s Jendayi (Glocal Show).

Also Mykaell Riley from Steele Pulse discusses a new Windrush Top 20 to celebrate this year’s 75th anniversary of the Windrush first arriving in Britain.
The playlist includes Stormzy, Massive Attack, Loose Ends and many more.

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