The Process with Muneera Pilgrim

The Process hosted by Poet and Cultural Producer Muneera Pilgrim.

The Process hosted by Poet and Cultural Producer Muneera Pilgrim every Wednesday 2-4pm live on Ujima Radio!

The Process, picking apart the steps, experience and stories of creative artists, thought leaders, and a host of other folk.

Muneera Pilgrim – Writer – tell stories: Poet | Author | Writer | Cultural Producer| Researcher @blackmuslimwomenbike

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Spread Love Show w/ Angel Mel

Angel Mel Selector  was born and bred in the heart and soul of the Bristol music scene. Coming from the West Country with her roots are firmly planted in Reggae, Drum & Bass and Trip Hop, later branching into other areas of underground dance music genres, such as Acid Jazz, Broken Beat and Deep and Soulful House.

She refers to herself as a selector and specialises in playing long sets where she can weave her magic. Choosing the juiciest cuts from a wide cross-section of music including; Soul, Funk, Rare Groove, Boogie, Disco, Soulful & Deep Afro House, Garage, Electronica, party anthems and Club Classics. She is like a chameleon and can play most genres with enthusiasm due to her outstanding and diverse knowledge of music.

Angel Mel says “I believe the music should be played the way it was intended without tricks or gimmicks; and by reading the crowd and making sure my sets are fun and inclusive, giving the audience the best experience. With a big smile and infectious energy and dance moves, I bring the ingredients to make any event a night to remember.”

As well as being a professional DJ Selector, Angel has worked on local radio for many years, from BCfm to Soul Train Radio and now here on Ujima Radio, Bristol’s number 1 station.
Tune into Angel Mel Spread Love show, Tuesday’s 6-8pm.

You can catch Angel Mel mainly playing bars, clubs, festivals and private parties.

 

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Cruising Show

Taking you from A to B with Ujima – Cruising Show! Every Thursday for 2 hours of chat, travel updates, news, local events guaranteed to make you laugh and relax after a hard day mixed with THE best selection of new, local and banging music to keep you grooving.

Bringing you travel news, weather and what the papers say with music to keep your wheels turning!

 

 

 

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The Kevin Philemon Show with BBC West!

 

Ujima Radio’s very own Kevin Philemon  with DJ Style and BBC RADIO GLOUCESTERSHIRE, BBC RADIO SOMERSET & BBC RADIO WILTSHIRE, showcasing and celebrating the best of black in the West with music and conversation every Friday night 7-10pm and again on Ujima Radio Tuesdays 11am to 2pm.

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Afrikan Anthems with Dr J

Hosted by none other than Dr J – he’s bringing you….

The Greatest Afro-centric tracks on the planet featuring music from the African continent and the African diaspora, featuring Afrobeats – the eclectic sounds of Africa – incorporating wide-ranging traditional and contemporary genres and legendary musicians through the ages.

About your host

Dr J is of Sierra Leonean and Liberian heritage who, as a result of his love of music, became an accidental DJ since his school days in Freetown hosting parties, discos, and as DJ backup to live acts.

He continued his craft since arriving in Bristol in the late 1980s covering classical and contemporary music from around the world – Pop, Soul, R&B, Funk, Jazz, Hip-hop, Reggae, Dancehall, Soca, UK
Garage, Latin, etc. and including all African Beats & Rhythms on the continent and diaspora – hosting African Nights in the clubs, pubs, and community centres in Bristol and South West England.

Having worked at a range of radio stations, Dr J’s heart landed here at Ujima Radio! Starting out as a life-long Ujima Radio 98 FM volunteer since its formative days and as a presenter starting with World Anthems and currently African Anthems – both shows featuring worldwide Afrocentric music.

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Afrobeat Xtra with Miss Divine

The one and only….Miss Divine brings you the best of what Bristol has to offer! Tune in for laughter, interviews and more with one of Ujima’s most loved hosts takes you into the evening.

Call or text in to be part of the fun on 07960240198.

Follow us on social media to keep up with our latest news – IG @ujimaradio

About Miss Divine

Miss Divine has been part of the Ujima family since its conception and really is part of Ujima’s DNA. Her career has developed, and she is now one of our most senior broadcasters. Presenting an array of shows including her own magazine show – Time With Divine, every Wednesday, 6pm-8pm and on Sundays, she platforms her specialist music and DJ skills in Afrobeat Xtra, 6pm-8pm.  Miss Divine can also be heard presenting our primetime shows including Rise Up Breakfast and Cruising.

If this wasn’t enough, this talent is also renowned for hosting events such as the main stage at St Paul’s Carnival, The Harbour Festival, The Downs Festival and many more.

Wait, there’s more…Miss Divine is a superb mentor who has trained many of our current presenters and volunteers. Outside of Ujima, she utilises her organisational and network by organising events and managing bands. And in 2022 she was one of Black & Green Ambassadors, a unique and trailblazing project connecting, empowering and celebrating diverse leadership and community action on environmental issues in Bristol and beyond: challenging perceptions, creating new opportunities and working towards ensuring the environmental ensuring the environmental movement is inclusive and representative of all communities

 

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Time with Divine

The one and only….Miss Divine brings you the best of what Bristol has to offer! Tune in for laughter, interviews and more with one of Ujima’s most loved hosts takes you into the evening.

Call or text in to be part of the fun on 07960240198.

Follow us on social media to keep up with our latest news – IG @ujimaradio

About Miss Divine

Miss Divine has been part of the Ujima family since its conception and really is part of Ujima’s DNA. Her career has developed, and she is now one of our most senior broadcasters. Presenting an array of shows including her own magazine show – Time With Divine, every Wednesday, 6pm-8pm and on Sundays, she platforms her specialist music and DJ skills in Afrobeat Xtra, 6pm-8pm.  Miss Divine can also be heard presenting our primetime shows including Rise Up Breakfast and Cruising.

If this wasn’t enough, this talent is also renowned for hosting events such as the main stage at St Paul’s Carnival, The Harbour Festival, The Downs Festival and many more.

Wait, there’s more…Miss Divine is a superb mentor who has trained many of our current presenters and volunteers. Outside of Ujima, she utilises her organisational and network by organising events and managing bands. And in 2022 she was one of Black & Green Ambassadors, a unique and trailblazing project connecting, empowering and celebrating diverse leadership and community action on environmental issues in Bristol and beyond: challenging perceptions, creating new opportunities and working towards ensuring the environmental ensuring the environmental movement is inclusive and representative of all communities

 

 

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Glocal with Sis Jendayi & Bro Ajani

Your hosts Sis Jendayi Serwah & Bro Ajani Taylor bring you political, social, economic issues, culture & campaigns from Global Afrikan Communities. Promoting Afrikan Heritage culture, world view & epistemology, Glocally!

Glocal focuses on Afrikan political, cultural, and social affairs. We cover everything from land and governance issues, historic and current affairs to traditional festivals, cultures, and customs whilst highlighting many reparatory justice issues borne out of Afrika’s rich history and her interactions with the world – Bristol included.

Want to join in the conversation? Use the text line or call in to have your say on 07960240198!

 

 

 

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Conversations! With Lynn Mareno

Conversations! With Lynn Mareno!

Lynn Mareno is a seasoned Ujima Radio presenter and has been since 2015 serving up her weekly show, chatting with community people every Sunday 12-2pm.

Bristol Born & bred, Lynn has seen many changes in the City and believes in keeping history alive with local, national and international news. Lynn recognises the importance of sharing views and championing topics of interest from the Black Afrikan Caribbean community, with no holds barred!

Health and wellbeing, history, guests spots from community people, bringing topics of conversation’s that round off a good portion of the show with classic as well as contemporary music to suit all ages.

#we love to chat!

 

 

 

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