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Sound Reads@Ujima 98FM

Posted by on Oct 17, 2012 in News | Comments Off on Sound Reads@Ujima 98FM

Tweet Sound Reads @Ujima98fm is a simple idea and one you will want to be involved in. We want to promote Reading for Pleasure with a twist in our community. Let’s start reading groups to share our pleasure in reading, the books we have read and the books we want to read. Let’s discuss with others our reading journeys and how we became readers. The twist is to uncover and make explicit some of the strategies we use automatically to help us become readers. These are the questions we ask ourselves when reading texts, the method we use if a word is unknown or hard to understand, how we use our previous knowledge to make sense of an unfamiliar text. Then let’s pledge to do this with partners, family, young people, friends, everybody. Ujima 98FM Drop in/Reading Group at...

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Posted by on Oct 16, 2012 in News | Comments Off on “DUBPLATE TO DUBSTEP” – Shows 1 – 3

Tweet TUNE IN TO UJIMA 98FM  29TH, 30TH, 31ST OCT  @ 1 – 2PM  FOR THE “DUBPLATE TO DUBSTEP” STORY BY YOUNG PEOPLE  FROM BRISTOL   Dubplate to Dubstep  Part 1 –  October 17, 1 pm – 2 pm[powerpress url=” Show One.mp3″] Dubplate to Dubstep Part 2 – October 24, 1 pm – 2 pm Dubplate to Dubstep Part 3 – October 30, 1     pm – 2 pm As part of its contribution to Black History month and in celebration of Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago’s 50 years of Independence, Ujima Radio 98FM presents ” Dubplate to Dubstep” youth radio shows. Researched, written, produced and broadcast by young people 17-25 from the St Paul’s and surrounding community participants have taken part in the 8 week Heritage Lottery Funded youth project, in partnership with Bristol Records Office, M-Shed and Watershed.Participants have been trained in all technical aspects of media for...

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Become a Citizen Journalist!

Posted by on Oct 12, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Become a Citizen Journalist!

Tweet Opportunity for anyone aged 18-25! Would you like to be a Citizen journalist, tackling the issues that matter to you? News from Elsewhere is a collaboration between Bristol University, Watershed and Ujima Radio. Through the project you will acquire the necessary technological, social and journalistic skills you need to become active and visible citizen journalists. The project runs from 15 October – late November 2012 and we are looking for 6 young people to work together to report on Bristol’s Mayoral Election on November 15th 2012. You will create a live blog, combining text, pictures, video and audio, using smart phones and social media to engage a wider online audience. Locksmiths Birmingham for all security solutions. If you’ve got an appetite to learn and enthusiasm to take part in an event that will shape our city, we’d like...

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Save a life, give blood

Posted by on Oct 10, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Save a life, give blood

Tweet   Here’s an opportunity to make history as part of Black History Month. There are not enough blood donors from the BME community. So NHS Blood & Transplant, in partnership with Ujima 98FM, have launched the Each One Reach One campaign to inspire more BME people to become blood donors. Need a great plumber in Manchester? This Saturday 13th October, at the Galleries in Broadmead, there will be an event celebrating the gift of life, with African drumming and dancing, Capoeria displays and a colourful Carnival troop flash mob. Plus the opportunity to hear from the donors and their recipients and sign up to become a blood donor. Give blood and save a life....

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Afrika Bambaataa at Ujima!

Posted by on Oct 10, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Afrika Bambaataa at Ujima!

Tweet   We were absolutely honoured to have the hiphop legend AFRIKA BAMBAATAA with us at Ujima on Friday 5th October. If you caught him at Lakota that night, let us know how it went! You can Listen Again to him with Mistri on the Cruisin’ show (second half) More pictures up on the Facebook page  ...

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