Monday, 7 November 2016

Interview on Bristol's Ujima Radio

Recently, I did a radio interview with John Kennington at inner city Ujima Radio for their programme of Minority Ethnic elders.

I talked about Black2Nature, about how the majority of Minority Ethnic old people were born "back home" in rural places where they were able to play outside outside as children and connect with nature. I wanted them to talk about their experiences and make that connection between their inner city dwelling grandchildren and their rural heritage.

This is the link to a radio interview I did that was aired on Monday on Bristol's Ujima Radio http://listen-again.ujimaradio.com/index.php?id=32281

I will be interview some Minority Ethnic elders about their childhood experiences in nature for a Ujima Radio programme due to be aired in January 2017.




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Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig in Antarctica
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Mya-Rose Craig is a 14 year old young British Bangladeshi birder, naturalist, conservationist, environmentalist, activist, writer and speaker. She is based near Bristol and writes the successful Birdgirl Blog, with posts about birding and conservation from around the world. She loved seeing Mountain Gorillas in East Africa and Penguins in Antarctica over Christmas 2015, her 7th continent.

Mya-Rose was a Bristol European Green Capital Ambassador along with Kevin McCloud, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Tony Juniper, Simon King, Miranda Krestovnikoff and Shaun the Sheep! See the full list of Bristol Ambassadors. She has also been listed with the singer songwriter George Ezra and actress Maisie Williams from Game of Thrones as one of Bristol's most influential young people
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