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FMB Radio's partner Mojatu Media is a community-based organisation that works to inform, educate and sensitise communities through various media and community engagement.
Mojatu is frequently involved in projects that promote the skills, education, careers, arts and culture of the African community.…
One of the core scientists involved in the development of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine.
Mojatu: Who is Dr Mustapha Bittaye?
Dr Bittaye: I am from The Gambia which is arguably the smallest country in Africa. I moved to the UK in 2009 to…
David Campbell was an active man during his youth days and has be renowned for his love for and talent in Reggae and gospel music. He had also been very productive working in the security sector and had worked in pubs and night…
1st Book Title: How and Where to Invest your Talent
Author Name: Jacob Opoku
Pen Name: Okatakyie Opoku
1. What inspired you to write this book?
Looking at how some great talents are wasted because of simply having the knowledge that we have the…
Interview with Abriz Akbar
Abriz Akbar is one of three business partners who run Espresso Gallery on Woodborough Road, in Mapperley, Nottingham. Espresso Gallery is a coffee shop/art gallery opened over three years ago as a community project in the form of a…
Radio Presenter: Honey Harrop
Air time: 6PM on Wednesdays
‘Respect my Voice’ is a podcast aimed at amplifying voices often overlooked in society. The main aim is to concentrate on people and communities who are often sidelined, and shed a bit more light…
The Nergiz Kurdish Women’s Group are an advocacy organisation, based in Nottingham, who support Kurdish women in the community. Our Managing Editor, Pa Modou Faal, caught up with a few members of the group to see how they’ve been coping during the coronavirus…
Radio Hosts: Kieran Murray and Felix Rowland
Air Time: 6PM on Saturdays (around 20-30 minutes long)
The Sports show gives insight into some of the more complex and under-represented sides of sport and their issues and discusses how various social issues are integrated…
Radio presenters: Deja Jones and Lily Obadiah
Air Time: 6PM on Sundays
What is the show?
Two University of Nottingham students that are complete strangers from diverse backgrounds chatting fortnightly about topics ranging from international issues to those within the Nottingham Community as…