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Podcast by Sam and Ava

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Podcast by Sam and Ava

    NDA podcast: Comedians in conversation

    NDA podcast: Comedians in conversation

    On this week's show Ava is in conversation with comedian Dana Alexander
    and Sam and Ava talk to activist Belinda Washington about the campaign to save children's centres. Find out more on Instagram SOS Lambeth Children's Centres or Twitter@LambethSOS

    • 41 Min.
    In conversation with Joshua Garfield and I AM HUMAN

    In conversation with Joshua Garfield and I AM HUMAN

    We spoke to Labour councillor and health educator Joshua Garfield about Fairfield school, Section 28, sex education, antisemitism in the Labour Party and where we all go from here.

    Ava chats to the guys behind I AM HUMAN who are raising money for 3 charities, MIND, PCRF and ALD life by cycling approx 1,400 miles over 2 weeks! More info and support them here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/london-to-barcelona

    • 51 Min.
    Stephan James in conversation with NDA Podcast

    Stephan James in conversation with NDA Podcast

    Sam iinterview actor Stephan James on Barry Jenkins' radical empathy, James Baldwin, black love stories and British slang!
    Sam and Ava will be back in a new studio and with fantastic new guests in April!

    IF BEALE STREET COULD is out in UK cinemas on 8th Feb

    'Like James Baldwin’s Best Work, If Beale Street Could Talk Contains Multitudes
    Barry Jenkins’s follow-up to Moonlight, starring KiKi Layne and Stephan James as a pair of lovers torn asunder, is a triumph.'

    'Barry Jenkins makes movies about black love. His 2008 debut, Medicine for Melancholy, chronicled a one-night stand turned burgeoning romance in a maddeningly gentrifying San Francisco. Moonlight, his wonderful follow-up and 2016 best-picture winner, is a coming-of-age story about a fatherless queer boy set among the impoverished Miami neighborhoods that were once home to Jenkins himself. Its endgame isn’t sex, or even necessarily sexuality, but something even more rare in movies: pure, loving intimacy between black men, sexual and not.

    Now comes If Beale Street Could Talk, Jenkins’s extraordinary adaptation of James Baldwin’s soulful 1974 novel. It’s a lush, courageous black melodrama set in 1970s New York, a story about love defying injustice—or trying its damndest to. Tish (newcomer KiKi Layne), 19, and Fonny (Stephan James), 22, were once childhood playmates—chubby, laughing babes taking baths together, being raised alongside one another, despite yawning differences between their families’ social and religious beliefs. Fonny’s mother is extremely devout, as are his sisters. Tish and her sister, Ernestine (Teyonah Parris), are more modern: well-raised, hard-working women who nevertheless curse in front of their parents.' Vanity Fair

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    WAX PRINT FILM is the story of one fabric and how it came to symbolise a continent, it’s people and their struggle for freedom. A feature documentary directed by Aiwan Obinyan
    www.waxprintfilm.com

    BIOS
    Ava Vidal is a British comedian. She became more widely known after taking part in E4's Kings of Comedy. Her career in comedy began on the BBC's Urban Sketch Show. Before her television career, Vidal worked as a prison officer for five years in London's Pentonville Prison.


    Samantha Asumadu is a former documentary filmmaker and journalist. She is the founder of Media Diversified, the co-founder of Bare Lit Festival and CEO of Edmalia Limoted: TV., Talent and Crisis Management

    • 14 Min.
    Shareefa Energy in conversation with Sam and Ava

    Shareefa Energy in conversation with Sam and Ava

    'Shareefa Energy is a London-based spoken word poet and rapper. Her lyrics encapsulate brown girl power.

    She brings together poetry and hip-hop in such an articulate manner, that you can’t help but get mesmerized by her work. She’s pop culture meets romanticism, desi meets angrezi, art meets power.

    Not only does she bring her presence to a stage, but she expresses important issues involved with being brown, and living abroad.' Maheen Humayun , The Tempest,

    SPONSOR
    WAX PRINT FILM is the story of one fabric and how it came to symbolise a continent, it’s people and their struggle for freedom. A feature documentary directed by Aiwan Obinyan
    www.waxprintfilm.com

    BIOS
    Ava Vidal is a British comedian. She became more widely known after taking part in E4's Kings of Comedy. Her career in comedy began on the BBC's Urban Sketch Show. Before her television career, Vidal worked as a prison officer for five years in London's Pentonville Prison.


    Samantha Asumadu is a former documentary filmmaker and journalist. She is the founder of Media Diversified, the co-founder of Bare Lit Festival and CEO of Edmalia Limoted: TV., Talent and Crisis Management

    • 44 Min.

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