Let’s Talk About Blood and Organ Donation – Episode 6 – 22/02/24

We’d just like to say a massive…

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for tuning in every week and engaging with us on such a taboo subject – it means a lot to us.

None of this would be possible without the talent, passion and drive of our hosts

Miss Divine radio host on performance stage
Ms Divine
Corrd Da Seeker radio host osing for a picture
Corrd Da Seeker

And of course the knowledgable, esteemed and powerhouse that is…

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Annedeloris Chacon from Bristish Black Carers. All three of them have done such a great job in asking and answering questions on a topic our community hasn’t engaged in with an open mind….for very valid reasons!

We do not know where our gift of goes, but it does save someones life


It sure does! On to the episode….


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Now listen to the show if you missed it – click on the link below and share if you care. Don’t forget to leave a comment!

Ready to donate? Click here to find out more. And keep an eye out for more information on sickle cell…coming soon!

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Let’s Talk About Blood and Organ Donation – Episode 4 – 21/12/23

Hosted by….

Ms Divine
Corrd Da Seeker

We’re on episode 4 and really enjoying it! Who knew that we’d be discussing and learning about what health issues our blood and organ donation goes towards and just how it helps.



Again, we have to say a huge thanks to Annedeloris from Bristol Black Carers – none of this would be possible without her.

Because we know you do! Then tune into our next show to call or text in to 07960 240 198 so you can speak to this powerhouse of passion and knowledge in realtime. Speaking of, did you know Annedeloris recently won an award…

So truuuust and believe when we say she’s the person to ask!

And if you needed more inspiration, one of our very own regularly gives blood and had the same questions and concerns as you. However, the experience (aka the needle, lol!) wasn’t as bad as she thought.

The nurses were kind, caring and took the time to listen to my worries which helped calm my nerves. One was so kind the stayed with me the whole time and took this pic for me!


Are you ready to give the gift of life? Then click here to register as a donor and find out more.



See you next time on Jan 18th!

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Let’s Talk About Blood and Organ Donation – Episode 3 – 23/11/23

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Corrd Da Seeker
Ms Divine

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People, can you believe we’re three shows in? We’re having a great time talking about blood and organ donation and you know what, it’s becoming less taboo to us. What about you?

Your voice and feelings matter as these are such important foundations that the NHS and Bristol Black Carers are building their work upon. Not only that, but sharing how you feel can help shape the work of blood and organ donation not just for you, but your community too.

So comment below on this post, call/text in or send us a DM on social media. Right, back to the show!

As always, a massive big up to Anndeloris from Bristol Black Carers for her enery, passion and knowledge steering us through such a big topic. We’ve learned a lot and hope you have too, so with that said…

Are you ready to give the gift of life?”


Yes! Then click here to register and donate blood in your area.

Listen to Episode 3:

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Let’s Talk About Blood & Organ Donation – Episode 2 – 19/10/23

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Comment down below and play your part in shaping blood and organ donation. No matter how big or small your thoughts, it’s important and we wanna hear it.

You can also call or text in to 07960 240 198.

Here are some of our key moments….you gotta listen to the episode for more!

Also, language makes all the difference. Annedeloris of Bristol Black Carers and recent recipient of an award (bup bup!) came up with this phrase:

Would you like a give a gift of life to someone else?


Sounds much better than doesn’t it? Or does it? What do you think? What language would make you feel more comfortable? Listen back to hear what a local, Bristol resident has to say about blood and organ donation.

Another gem from Annedeloris:

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