EP 7. AFRICA CALLING …. PART 2

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Part 2 of our discussion topic about moving back to Nigeria. This time we interview Jumoke, marketing expert and founder of the Shisha Space, who tells her story of packing her bags 6 years ago and moving back to Nigeria permanently.
Jumoke, self-confessed “London Girl”, provides an honest and open account of her experience from living in in Kano (northern Nigeria) and the buzzing social scene of Lagos nightlife.

But it’s not all talk about moving back to Africa, Jay talks about her recent adventures speed dating and Mo ponders the “alternative news story” that the world is flat.

Highlights of the week include Mo’s travel update #BlackWomenTravelToo whilst Jay explains why everyone should see new film “I’m Not Your Negro”

THINGS WE TALK ABOUT, FOR YOUR INFORMATION:
The Shisha Space, Professional Shisha Delivery Service, Lagos Nigeria
Instagram @TheShishaSpace
Film: I Am Not Your Negro, directed by Raoul Peck
Museum of Islamic Art, Doha Qatar

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EP 6. AFRICA CALLING

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EPISODE SUMMARY:
On this episode Jay & Mo along with special guest Shay discuss moving to Nigeria and some of the positives and negatives associated with that. We also discuss Nigerian current affairs and our special guest Shay way’s in on Nigerian artist 2Face Idibia’s planned protest which was cancelled at the last minute. Also with the award season upon us we discuss Beyoncé’s snub at the Grammy’s, Adele’s speech with Jay giving some controversial criticism and the awesomeness of the brilliant film Moonlight.

Things we talk about, for your information:
Film Searching For Sugarman on Netflix
Hotel: Tranquil Mews (Abuja)

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EPISODE 5: BLACK WOMEN TRAVEL TOO

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EPISODE SUMMARY:
Mo and Jay are back for the New Year! On this episode we’re talking about all things travel. If you love to travel, want to travel then this is an episode you have to listen to. Join Jay and Mo as they discuss their experiences as black women travelling in places where black faces are rare. Including trips to Asia, Europe, South America and all the in between. Hope you find some holiday inspiration for 2017.

Highlights of the week include:

Mo declaring her love and obsession of all podcasts, special mention to Series-ly Podcast and their amazing work of bringing us all the best web-series featuring very good looking black people.
Find Series-ly Podcast on both iTunes and Soundcloud.

Whilst Jay hails the return of her TV favourite “Being Mary Jane” and why she won’t be paying anyone £6,000 to find her “significant other”

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EPISODE 4: OH WHAT A YEAR!!!

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EPISODE SUMMARY:
What a year 2016 has been! It’s been a year that sent shock waves throughout out the world, from world politics to pop culture. 2017 is looking to be just as impactful as the aftermath of 2016 settles.

Listen as Mo and Jay discuss the highs and lows of the past 12 months including their albums of the year, reality TV politics and the passing of some the most iconic music legends of our time. Note this episode was recorded before the announcement of George Michael’s death.

It’s not all doom and gloom as both Mo and Jo highlight what they’re looking forward to in 2017.

We wish you a fantastic New Year!

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EPISODE 3: THIRTY, FORTY AND THIRSTY

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EPISODE SUMMARY:
After watching the finale episode of Insecure, a TV show created by our internet favorite Issa Rae, we were left in our feelings, with so many questions:

What it is to be single and dating in your thirties and forties?

As single black women looking for “love” are we thirsty and desperate or simply being proactive in our pursuit of happiness?

Are men in their thirties in their dating prime, with unlimited access to a plethora of amazing women?

Does the strip club truly heal all wounds?

Also listen as we breakdown our highlights of the week including, plans for the festive season, and Jay explains the office politics of boycotting “Secret Santa”

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EPISODE 2: THE SOCIAL NETWORK

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It’s our bite-size mini episode and today we discuss this weird end of year rush to find a significant other before the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve.

Also we touch upon the recent phenomenon of business network events and how people are utilizing said events to expand their dating pool.

If you haven’t already do check out our previous episode, where we discuss our “origin story” of being first generation African immigrants and pose the question of what it means to be Black British.

Brand new podcast bringing you lively discussions from the black female perspective. Two London based black women of African heritage navigating the complexities of life. Join host Mo and Jay discuss everything from work life to dating.

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EPISODE 1: BLACK AFRICAN AND BRITISH

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EPISODE SUMMARY:
Brand new podcast bringing you lively discussions from the black female perspective. Two London based black women of African heritage navigating the complexities of life. Join host Mo and Jay discuss everything from work life to dating and all the in between.

It’s our premier show and we are so excited to be here! This week discuss Election aftermath and ask the question didn’t BREXIT teach us anything? Musings about Alicia Keys “no make-up protest” and our highlights of the week.

Hosts Mo and Jay discuss their “origin story” of being first generation African immigrants and pose the question of what it means to be Black British.

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