BCB Music Showcase
Another chance to hear a selection of BCB's finest specialist music programmes
Research Matters is a Bradford Community Broadcasting programme highlighting research based in and important to Bradford, and the people who are doing it. The programme is hosted by Professor Marcus Rattray, University of Bradford with a new programme every four weeks.
The latest edition focusses on identity and is broadcast Sunday 18th October at 1 pm.
Yunis Alam is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Bradford. He talks about his latest book: Race, Taste, Class and Cars and how cars reflect our identities, aspirations and how we see others. He celebrates Bradford car culture and talks about how cars can play into stereotypes and racism, particularly for men of Pakistani heritage, and reveals his own love of cars.
Zoe Thomas is a social worker and lecturer in Social Work at the University of Bradford. In her research she has found how young black people embody their identities and explains why skin colour and hair texture matter. She talks about how the lack of understanding of black identity and black young peoples needs can contribute to systemic racism and failure in care, and how this understanding can now help shape Social Work training and practice.
In Black History Month we also celebrate and recognise individuals who have made huge contributions, sometimes unrecognised.
Alex from the University of Bradford Research Team provides a roundup of research news from the University of Bradford including a book on Climate Change edited by Jaan Pu and a public survey of use of Ilkley Moor by our Archeology Team.
The programme features free online research events this month Bradford Café Scientifique who in partnership with the National Science and Media Museum will be running an online event on 22nd October where Professor Saiful Islam will introduce the topic 'Can we make a 'Materials' Difference to green energy?'. Free tickets available here: https://www.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk/whats-on/cafe-scientifique
We also feature Bradford Tech Week and Bradford Science Festival in this busy month of events.
The show has music reflecting an eclectic taste. To provide feedback or ideas for future programmes contact Marcus Rattray via Twitter @MarcusRattray
The programme will be first broadcast on BCB (106.6FM and online) on Sunday 18th
October 2020 at 1 pm, and will be available on Listen Again. Visit the webpage: https://www.bradford.ac.uk/researchmatters/ for more details and booking into the public events featured on the programme.
Presented by: Marcus Rattray
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Today's host is Maureen Grant and her guests are Sai Murray, Angie Carrington, Kafayat Adegoke and Pauline Smellie
Black History Month on BCB: Free2BMe
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Black History Month on BCB: One to One
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Presented by: Carole Moss
More tunes than time...
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BCB Music Showcase
Another chance to hear BCB's finest specialist music programmes
About the BCB Schedule
BCB broadcasts a wide range of speech based and specialist music programmes, as well as local sports and live events. Our weekday daytime programming is speech led, moving into community programming at 6pm, the BCB Extra Youth strand at 6.30, Asian language programming at 7pm and finishing with an eclectic range of specialist music from 8pm onwards.
The weekend schedule reflects the local sports scene, community language programmes as well as outside broadcasts and the chance to catch up with the programmes you’ve missed during the week.
The programme schedule changes daily with over 80 new programmes broadcast throughout the week.