Black Magic Podcast
How not to get sued by Pharrell
On this episode, Annika Allen is joined in the studio by musician and businesswoman Princess Nyah, and founder of House Gospel Choir Natalie Maddix. Nyah and Natalie talk about the hard lessons they had to learn when coming up in the music industry, and why they want to make sure newcomers are empowered with the information they need to succeed. Also hear all about how Nyah found herself in a very sticky legal situation with Pharrell Williams! Veteran presenter Angie Greaves is also on...
Mum's not the word
On this episode, Annika Allen is joined by stylist and empowerment speaker Denise Brown and Shirina Carstens, founder of Beauty from Within. Denise and Shirina talk about how being in care has shaped them, coming back from breakdowns and the lifeline of therapy TV host and author June Sarpong also appears on this episode to talk about why diversity is important to her and the biggest lesson she's learned so far @annikaallen @dbrownstylist @CarstensShirina @junesarpong @weareunedited
What's your #MeToo Story? Sabrina Washington, Thanyia Moore and Sophia Leonie
What’s your #MeToo story? Annika is joined by actor and writer Sophia Leonie and comedian Thanyia Moore. Sophia and Thanyia talk about how common and complex harassment is for women. Sabrina Washington, former lead singer of Mis-teeq, also appears on this episode talking about how they got together and what keeps her inspired. @annikaallen @Mssophia_leonie @ThanyiaMoore @sabzwashington @weareunedited Producer: Cass Denton Mastering: Bernard P Achampong Music: Silvastone and...
Too old to have babies at 30? Annika is joined by founder of Girls Talk London, Vanessa Sanyauke, and journalist and presenter Genelle Aldred. Vanessa and Genelle talk about why it can be hard to maintain a relationship for career driven women, the reality of breaking glass ceilings, and being bored of the word 'diversity’. Former Apprentice finalist Bianca Miller-Cole also appears on this episode talking about what success means to her, and what it felt like to be a black women on one...
Angela Griffin, Natasha Benjamin & Kerrin Daniels
*Trigger Warning* Contains discussions about sexual abuse and domestic violence On this episode, Annika is joined by Natasha Benjamin, founder of Free Your Mind charity, and Kerrin Daniels, who is a counsellor and coach. Natasha and Kerrin share how they have managed to overcome the trauma of their early years, and how they now use their past experiences to help others. You will also hear from the incredibly talented actress Angela Griffin on how she started her career, and the book...
Angie Le Mar, Yolande Letshou & Cassandra Lokko
More Black women making magic. Comedian Angie Le Mar shares her journey which Yolande and Cassandra give insights on how they cope with challenges and how exactly a Social Media Influencer makes any money.
Alesha Dixon & Beverley De-Gale
You've heard the phrase 'Black Girl Magic', but what does it mean? This podcast explains with great British woman who work the magic every day - this episode with broadcaster & musician, Alesha Dixon, to anti-Leukaemia campaigner Beverley De-Gale. Co-founder of The Colour Network, Annika Allen hosts.