Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong podcast

“Conversations will center around what contemporary critics said at time of release, what audiences thought then and now, and the cultural forces that have helped shape the opinions of entertainment lovers today.”


Claudia Jones: creator of Notting Hill carnival

For the first time in sixty years, the traditional Notting Hill Carnival won’t take place. A symbol of multi-culturalism, tolerance and resilience, deeply embedded into British history so it’s no surprise that every year the event attracts millions of people to the West London area. Born in a time where racism and xenophobia were normalised, the festival owes its existence to a Black woman named Claudia Jones. Journalist, Marxist and activist, Claudia invested her time and energy into creating a festival that would celebrate and unify a community. This year, more than ever, the festival rings an even stronger bell. So, may her name be said.

New kids debate podcast launches

“We were seeking to brush up on our debate skills, increase kids’ understanding of pressing issues in society, and improve our productivity during quarantine.”

Afros N Audio

“The community that organizes events for and by Black podcast creatives and audio professionals which will taught creators what tools and tech they need to record, launch, and grow a podcast.”

The Michelle Obama Podcast on Spotify

“The series will bring listeners the former First Lady’s most candid and personal conversations, showing us what’s possible when we allow ourselves to be vulnerable, to open up, and to focus on what matters most.”