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A bi weekly podcast with attitude hosted by Ava Vidal and Samantha Asumadu with guests talking relationships, stalkers, NDAs, journalism and politics. With No Dickheads Allowed 😘
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Little Simz - Offence
Linda Lewis - Sideway Shuffle
Jay Z - Lucifer
Fela Kuti - Confusion
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
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. Vidal appeared in 28 Acts in 28 Minutes and The Comic Side of 7 Days in 2005. She has also been involved in other BBC shows including The Last Laugh, The Sack Race and The Crouches. She was a housemate in Kings of Comedy on E4, and Channel 4 made a documentary about her called From the Top, a half-hour show explaining her journey in comedy so far and how she became a comedienne. Vidal was on the line-up of Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow in Swansea, aired Saturday 27 June 2009, BBC Radio 4's News Quiz in February and October 2010, and BBC Two's Mock the Week in June 2011 and in July 2013. In July 2012, she appeared on Is Football Racist? on BBC Three
Samantha Asumadu is a former documentary filmmaker and journalist. She is the founder of Media Diversified, the Media Diversified Experts Directory and the co-founder of Bare Lit Festival. Her decades long commitment to grassroots activism led to her campaigning on issues such as women’s representation in Theatre, child abuse in war zones and Sickle cell anemia. As a journalist she was based in East Africa, where she covered stories such as Acid Attacks, Blood Minerals in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Kampala bombings of 2010 for news outlets including CNN, Deutsche Welle, Sky News, France 24 and Agence France Presse. Her first documentary was broadcast by Aljazeera English in 2009. The Super Ladies’ is the story of three Ugandan women rally drivers and a race with a dramatic outcome. She has written for The Guardian, The Telegraph and The New Statesman, appeared as a guest on BBC Women’s Hour, LBC Radio, the Victoria Derbyshire show, BBC World and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. In 2016 Samantha was a judge at the Editorial Intelligence UK Comment Awards in 2016 and was on the advisory panel for the British Film institute's Black Star Season. She is currently working with the Stuart Hall Foundation on a research project.
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We'll be able to film the show in a studio, meaning Sam doesn't have to clean her council flat where we currently record, so often!