The ‘SearchEngine’ is a weekly topical radio talk show .
The ‘Searchengine’ is a talk show which focuses on bringing a variety information to its listeners. The show for the most part is guest based, knowledgeable in their chosen field, life experience or campaign. Searchengine Moto ‘everyone has a part to play’……
Delia is known for making her guests engage and open up, so opinions are real and sometimes really funny too! The Dolor Factor’s guests are worldwide and they’re celebrities, personalities and people you may not know, but excel by leading inspirational and entrepreneurial lives. Despite sometimes playing devil’s advocate, you can rely on Delia to ask the most pertinent questions and dig out the solutions. At the same time, she travels the world finding fascinating guests – interviewing them at work, on the beach, or at their favourite chilling spot.
Don’t miss Delia’s Diary where listeners are given a piece of Delia’s mind! She ‘has a go’ at the things she’s experienced that week that affected or frustrated her that she feels listeners would want to have a say in. You’ll laugh at some of her accounts too. She shares her pictures on Escapades on www.deliadolor.com.
The Dolor Factor ends with a Weekly Thought which encourages listeners to think positively until Delia does it all over again the next week. Why don’t you join Delia? Only on Colourful Radio.
Starting your own business? Join in the discussion with The Business Mix, a unique blend of help, advice & resources for Black businesses & entrepreneurs.
Christine Addy is the current Chair of the GUBA (Ghana UK Based Achievement Awards) Foundation and annual awards ceremony. This position sees Christine head up the 15 strong team alongside the Vice Chairman to steer GUBA projects to success by implementing all vital elements of the awards. This role is shared with her full time job in Housing and other rising ventures including The ARC UK Event Management Service. In 2013 Christine completed her postgraduate degree in events management and also holds a degree in Community Development and Criminology.
Rachael Palmer has a background in community participation, development and youth work and is the founder of African Ladies Day at Royal Ascot as well as the inspiration behind TBM. She has just launched her own business consultancy – Black Maven. “I am not just passionate about business, but also the life and stories of the people behind the business! Seeing businesses succeed along with the lives of those involved is a big motivation for me.”
This programme is hosted by Bro. Dougie..a very passionate and dedicated person, highlighting the issues/ causes affecting the black community.
The programme is also co-hosted by other valuable resource personnel, such as Dr.Llaila Afrika and other and distinguished guests who are all knowledgeable and experienced in their field of expertise;sharing their wealth of knowledge. Lots of emphasis are placed on health/ diseases commonly affecting us as black people.
This Is an interactive radio show that is all about the listener. We want to discuss, unpick find practical solutions to the everyday issues we all face in our lives.
Make sure you have your say…..
Real Issues, Real People, Real Talk!
To have your say call the studio
Yvonne Michele is a dynamic coach, transformational speaker, radio, and TV presenter as well as a professional singer/songwriter and author.
She is the co-founder & director of Gospel Singers Incognito Ltd who were 2013 semi-finalist of Britain’s Got Talent which has given her a tremendous platform to travel, train, sing & speak in schools, colleges, universities, women’s organizations & corporate companies all over the world.
Yvonne Michéle is an Empowerment & Speaker Coach and Executive Director of iNspired 2 iNspire U Ltd; A personal development company inspiring women and girls to find their greatness.
Ace Got Talk is an award winning Motivational Speaker. This show is a platform for interviewing people in the community doing forward thinking initiatives in various fields, i.e. business, health spirituality etc.
Michael Mosley and a team of scientists investigate some of the easiest and most effective ways to get the biggest benefits of exercise
BBC Radio 4
Analysis: Can computer profiles cut crime?
David Edmonds examines how algorithms are used in our criminal
justice system, from predicting future crime to helping decide who does and
doesn’t go to prison.
police forces hope computer software will help them to assess risk and reduce
crime, civil rights groups fear that it could entrench bias and discrimination.
Analysis asks if these new computer tools will transform policing – and whether we need new laws to regulate them.
9pm: Egypt’s Lost Queens
Professor Joann Fletcher examines the lives and reigns of four of ancient Egypt’s most powerful female rulers, exploring what it was like to be a woman of influence in those times
9pm: The Unwanted: The Secret Windrush Files
David Olusoga opens previously unseen government files to argue that the Windrush scandal and the ‘hostile environment’ for black British immigrants has been 70 years in the making
11.15pm: Being Blacker (2018)
Molly Dineen’s documentary about Blacker Dread, a Jamaican-born reggae producer, businessman, father, son and pillar of the community in Brixton.
BBC Radio 4
2.15pm: Zimbabwe – After Independence
When black civil servant, Charles, tries to persuade white landowner, Guy, to sell his farm, he meets a family at breaking point. The white farm owners in Zimbabwe have seen their neighbours intimidated, attacked and bought out, and now Guy’s farm, Independence, is next. May Sumbwanyambe’s play is inspired by real events in the late 1990’s when white-owned farms in Zimbabwe were seized by thousands of war veterans. Adapted from Papatango Theatre’s recent award-winning stage production.
11.35pm: The Insider: Reggie Yates in the Mexican Drug War
Reggie Yates joins the soldiers of the 56th Infantry Battalion in Acapulco, who are on the frontline of the fight to control the city’s powerful and violent drug cartels
11.15pm: Back in Time for Brixton
Part one of two. The Irwins experience 50 years of black British history, discovering how post-war Caribbean immigration transformed the way of life in the UK
12.15am: Back in Time for Brixton
Part two of two. The Irwins experience life in the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s, discovering how a new generation of black Britons made their way through three decades of British history
Co presenter of the Rise Women show which is aired on Monday’s and repeated on Sunday.
A chance meeting with co founder Lynn Mareno in the green room of a TV comedy in 2013, gave birth to the idea of Rise a social enterprise, which was established after a discussion about the lack of visibility of black businesses on the high street. The organisation specialises in providing opportunities for those businesses to promote what they do to a wider audience through organised events, exhibitions and on our weekly radio program on Ujima 98fm, who we joined in 2015.
Lynn Mareno is part of the Risewomen partnership who present the Monday show, Risewomen on Ujima radio since May 2015
Co – founder of Rise, a community social enterprise org founded in 2013 which along with her co presenter, Sandra Gordon, promotes black businesses by holding an annual awards ceremony .
She is a community activist that likes to be involved with community projects and events that support the African Carribean heritage community of Bristol
She also runs her own complimentary business as a Counsellor, Wellness coach and transpersonal body Psychotherapist .