RADIO "The OUTERGLOBE", Productions Playlists

I am PASSIONATE ABOUT RADIO - I grew up with it not having TV at home til I was 12 and I almost always listen in preference to watching. Creating it and broadcasting is such a pleasure and I also train people in radio skills - with Community Champions and freelance having first started as a trainer with Women's Radio Group  back in the day. I produce and present all my shows mostly live. I do editing and production on request and create jingles, stings and more.

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The Outerglobe goes out on Thursdays on 104.4FM 7 DAB London wide and at 6.30-7.30pm UK time and is repeated Mondays at 4am (new time). I am gradually adding the playlists for all shows. Archived in and some are in with other shows and mixes.  

Debbie Golt takes African music and wider arts and culture as her starting point ….




Currently I am producing my shows at home and sending them in to Resonance FM which is still totally 24/7 with some brilliant programming! 

THURSDAY April 23rd
Earthday/Stephen Lawrence Day / St George's Day the Palestinian saint of many countries! 
This show is music all the way ... playlist to come and is archived here

Interview with Amelia O'Loughlin of Freida Films  @freidafilms on instagram  - taking a bold step linking film creatives of all skills across the globe + mighty music

Interview with Melissa WIlles of WOMEN LIKE ME a dynamic space where women of colour working in IT share and experience best practice with events discussions and wise consultancy for women and workplaces. And some magnificent music

Thursday April 2nd, March 26th and March 19th - are all mega music mixes which I made with joy and delight... ENJOY 

UPD8 of all below soon! Promise!

Autumn Winter 2019 schedule

Thursday November 21st - music with a teaser of an interview to come

Thursday November 14th - interview with Nomi Dave of Virginia University about her deeply researched book 'The Revolution's Echo: music. politics and pleasure in guinea' University of Chicago Press. Marking of 20 months since the Grenfell Fire

Thursday November 7th Interviews with WARRA WATJA indigenous activist musician from Sydney and Sarah Yaseen and Min Salama of Rafiki Jazz. 

 Thursday October 31st -- Grace - Akuba - Quansah of Wappy and poetry activism

Thursday October 24th

Feature on Forward UK and the Musicians United Against FGM Album 'These are our Friends too' Order it and help the fight to educate about and combat Female Genital Mutilation

Thursday October 17th at 6.30-7.30pm UK Time  

Phoner (phone interview) with inspirational speaker networker extraordinare  Tony Tokunbo Fernandez ahead of the 7th Black History Month Celebration in Parliament that he is once more organising AND my studio guest is JENNY of Jenny and the Mexicats talking tours, new independent release and upping sticks to Mexico City with no Spanish... and great music 

Thursday October 10th

 with my guest Juwon Ogungbe who I invite back regularly when he has a new production or new music to release ... This time it was to talk about his new show 'King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba' at Theatre Peckham on October 26th Listen back here

Catch up for early/mid 2019! Page gradually being populated


Thursday July 4th

This edition will be all music as I catch UP!! with so much I have been sent from labels, PR people and artists themselves. Can't wait!!

Thursday June 27th

The 3 Radioateers Frank, Ella and I did our now customary WOMAD preview with some review elements as well. I played some new and favourite music and also gave a tribute to my dear friend Jane who died last week. And then we gave WOMAD 2019 (UK) our all with some tremendous choices and praise. Playlist to follow very soon

Thursday June 20th

My guest was my friend and very fine musician Bumi Thomas who I had initially invited to talk about her evening coming UP!! at the October Gallery interpreting 'Hidden' the outstanding exhibition by L R Vandy in music and song. However in the meantime Bumi had received some devastating news - that her application for indefinite leave to remain in UK had been refused with next to no time to appeal.  She set up a fundraiser so she could pay for expert legal support to lodge and appeal and carry it through - see here - which is also a campaign update page. The appeal has been lodged and acknowledged and now Bumi awaits at the date.  

Thursday June 13th

I welcomed back Pax Nindi for his now annual visit to tell us more about his musical adventures in Brazil and share new music as well as his Carnival initiatives and where things are up to with Attatak - all going swimmingly well.

Thursday June 6th

This week was to have been a music catch UP!! However my train was really slow and stopped at every possible occasion so I was going to be way late and I decided not to go in.  A repeat of the previous week's show was played which was hopefully helpful as a further push for the #Mozima fundraiser event - see May 30th

Thursday May 30th

Very pleased  to welcome Malika Beraud and Catherine Plant (Africathy) to talk about Malika and Rachel's and initiatives to make arts and culture and grow fine food in Senegal and #Mozima a fundraiser with a difference to support those affected by Cyclones Idai and Kenneth in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and  Malawi

Thursday May 23rd

 This week my guest was 'multi instrumentalist and remixer' Chris Franck of Brazilian/Jazz/downtempo fusionists Da Lata with new music to share and a hark back to Smoke City and Zeep. 

Thursday May 16th 2019
Going deep into now culture in this one. Cultural activist and arts inclusion enabler Nike Jonah always goes to the heart of the matter and is currently part of Counterpoint Arts putting  Migrant artists well forward with a new strand Popular Culture and Social Change. She promoted a panel discussing UK Black Music and its narrative and archive which will take the 'long table' approach on Friday May 24th at Tate Modern.  Italo-Congolese singer songwriter guitarist Sans Soucis achieves beautiful calm and healing in her lovely music. She is also a humanitarian practitioner applying her music to work with street children in Zambia. Her single Unchain is out now.

Gotta Scatta

Darker Strength Still I Rise
Solu 001
Vinyl  Maya Angelou Sampling
Stella Chiweshe


Os Muiaquitans
A Misturada
Anolog Africa
New compilation from Sami Ben Redjeb

Greedy Body
Well chosen by my guest Nike Jonah
Interview with Nike Jonah of Counterpart Arts

Mad X
Red Eye
Digital EP
Time Machine

Sans Soucis


Interview with Italo-Congolese singer songwriter Sans Soucis

Kings of Convenience

Chosen by Sans Soucis, a great track that inspired her when growing up  in Italy.
Sans Soucis
They asked me to stay

Digital track

Fatoumata Diawara
A favourite of San Soucis

 Thursday May 9th 2019

This week's guests are musician musicians! Mulele Matondo of Kongo Dia Ntotila - who get right inside Congolese, Jazz, Dance music with a  touch of rock too and have just signed to Pussyfoot Records, Howie B's home - and manager Birikit Pegrem. We discussed the music process, band dynamics and negotiating the music business minefield with some choice music. Listen back here

Gotta Scatta

Darker Strength Still I Rise
Solu 001
Vinyl  Maya Angelou Sampling   Theme tune
Alexander D Great
Since Kelso Cochrane Died

The Night Watchman
Sara Records
Marking 60 years since KC was murdered and highlighting events honouring him.

Ben Haana Wa Maanaout
Cooking Vinyl


Manana Cuba

Kongo Dia Ntotila
Pussyfoot Records
Available on CD, Vinyl and online
Kongo Dia Ntotila
Faux Boss
Pussyfoot Records

Kongo Dia Ntotila
Pussyfoot Records

Interview with
Mulele Matondo  musician and Birikiti Pegrem manager of Kongo Dia Ntotila

And a salutation from Piankhe age 4
Zouk La Sé Sèl Médikaman Nou Ni
(Originally Yélélé album)
Live  version at Zenith
Mulele’s great choice  - the record that made him want to be a  band leader and bass player from when he saw the band when he was 10.

Thursday April 18th 2019

This show was especially all music - I do these every now and again to catch UP!! on some of the great music I have been sent as often with interviews - which are at the heart of my shows - it is not possible to play as much music as I would love to. So  I strike a happy balance with these music only ones. Listen back here

Dorothy Masuka

Seigneur Tabu Ley aka Rochereau with Orchestra Afrisa

Camarade Des Sous
Afrisa Selection
Sterns Africa
Vinyl – signed by the man himself!
Angelique Kidjo

Baila Yemaya

Minyo Crusaders

Tanko Bushi
Echoes of Japan
Mais Um
2nd single from album tho luckily I have full album now!
Dona Onete
Carimbo Arrepiado
Queen of The Amazon
Mais Um
2nd Single – awaiting album1
Isaac Birituro and The Rail Abandon

Für Svenja
Wah Wah 45
2nd single from album due in May
Da Lata

Oba Lata   EP
Da Lata Music/ Kartel
Digital single
Paper Tiger

Bioluminescent feat Olivia Bhattacharjee
Rogue Planet
Wah Wah 45


Red Eye
Digital single
Time Machine
MC Mad-X is the MC with Sisters of Reggae

Take it Back feat D Double E and Kiko Bun
No More Normal
Brownswood Records


Coming Home
Digital Single
Not sure – not got label yet.
From forthcoming EP Ancient Future
Gili Yalo

Zelel Zelel
Made in Amharica
Dead Sea Recordings

¿Que Vola?

Calle Luz
¿Que Vola?

No Format
Just a snippet!


Thursday April 11th 2019

This week I was lucky enough to be  able to interview award winning 'global griot' bluesman Eric Bibb mid-residency at Ronnie Scott's. What a very fine man and generous interviewee. I enjoyed meeting him and his concert was a major treat too. I also spoke to Yvonne Mbanefo, co-founder of the Igbo Conference on the occasion of the 8th edition of this far-reaching and crucial gathering. Listen back here

Gotta Scatta

Brighter Strength – That’s a Wonderful Thing
Solu 002
Theme tune 2 feat Maya Angelou sampling
Hastings Vocal Explosion


Live recording at Christmas Concert
Eric Bibb

Listen to the Spirit
Global Griot

Interview with  Eric Bibb
Milton Nascimento with Wayne Shorter

Native Dancer

I need to find the exact track Eirc Bib referred to!
Victor Uwaifo & His Titbits
Nigeria 70- No Wahala

Interview with Yvonne Mbanefo

Talking about the Igbo Conference
Phone Interview
 Kevin Haynes and Grupo Elegua


Number one music

Vivian Jones and  Russ Disciple

Imperial House Music
Essential to play as we approach April 14th and the Grenfell Silent Walk as every 14th of the month til Justice is served.

Thursday April 4th

This week I planned to do a tribute to much missed Jumbo (Donald) Vanrenen who made such an impact on the music scene in UK - and thus globally - from the early 70s with key stints at Virgin (Frontline), Island (Mango) and finally his own label Earthworks bringing us so much amazing music. However my guest Nick Carnac was unable to join me at the last minute as something urgent prevented him coming in. So I played a few records to give a taste of Jumbo's range and then played a wide selection of music I have been sent recently. Hopefully the tribute to Jumbo who died towards the end of last year can be set up again. Listen back here

Gotta Scatta

Brighter Strength – That’s a Wonderful Thing
Solu 002
Theme tune 2 feat Maya Angelou sampling

Poet and the Roots - Linton Kwesi Johnson
5 Nights of Bleeding
Dorothy Masuka

J J Chawke and the Tiyimeleni Sisters

Madyisa Mbitsi
Indestructible Beat of Soweto Vol 3
Inna de Yard feat Ken Boothe
Everything I Own
Taster single
Wagram Music Chapter 2
Hopefully I will get sent this full album sooooon!
Helen Jones
Missing You
Queens in the Arena
Nico Star Music
Kemet Riddim
Lady Ann

This ya Route
Queens in the Arena
Nico Star Music
Kemet Riddim
 Melissa Lavaux

No Format 15
No  Format
Compilation Album celebrating 15 years of French No Format label
Akira Ishikawa

Pick up the Pieces
Back to the Rhythm
Mr Bongo

Coming Home
Digital Single

From debut solo EP Ancient Futures
Eric Bibb

I got a friend
Global Griot
Dixiefrog Records

Olcay Bayir

Arc Music

Thursday January 17th

Music all the way tho somewhat different at the start as serious train disruptions very much delayed my arrival and Johnny Seven kindly rescued matters with a lounge style selection. Then I took over and you know when The Outerglobe itself starts with 'It's a Wonderful Thing' part way through.  Listen back here 

It’s a wonderful thing – Brighter strength

Solu 001
Theme tune b feat Maya Angelou sampling
Rad Orchestra

Rad Orchestra

Public Opinion Afro Orchestra
Naming and Blaming
Naming and Blaming
Hope Street Recordings

Lokkhi Terra meets Dele Sosimi
Afro Samboso

Brownswood Recordings

Ibibio Sound Machine

Tell Me (Doko Mien)
Merge Records

Thursday January 10th

 My guest Kwame Otiende is half of the team revitalising the former Passing Clouds building with an exciting new club The Jago which embodies all the community spirit and open minded heartical music styles that we are missing so much - with an infusion of their own as you will find out when you listen here   Playlist soon!

Excellent news! The Outerglobe is back on Thursday January 10th at 6,30pm UK time [Repeat Tuesday 8am] UP!!

The Outerglobe 2018 Festive Season Specials: I was asked to prerecord a couple of hours for broadcast during the Festive Season live shows break. To my delight they were scheduled to be on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve!

The Outerglobe New Year's Eve special - Playlist. More music and minimal chat! Enjoy  Listen back here

It’s a wonderful thing (Brighter strength)
 Solu 001
Theme tune b with Maya Angelou sampling
Di Bombs
Rebisi Hut Records & Dele Sosimi Music Ltd 

Public Opinion Afro Orchestra
Future Africa
Do Anything Go Anywhere
I found the track on a sampler of Australian global artists
Wunmi and Ras
Do your thing

On a promo selection of tracks by Wunmi
Zara Mcfarlane

In Between Worlds
Brownswood Recordings
Zara was my guest in The Outerglobe on December 14th 2017
Miryam Solomon
Magnolia EP
Miryam Solomon Music
Miryam has been my guest a couple of times
Amira Kheir

Amwaj (Waves)
Mystic Dancer
Amira was my guest too
James Lascelles Quartet

Orme Records

Teshay Makeda

Divine Feminine
C Teshay Makeda 2018

Gregory Isaacs

My Time
Two Bad Superstars
Burning Sounds

Ken Boothe

Black, Gold and Green
Inna De Yard
Chapter Two /Wagram

Mounira Mitchala

Chili Houritki

King Ayisoba

1000 Can Die (feat. M3nsa & Lee "Scratch" Perry) (feat. M3nsa & Lee "Scratch" Perry)
1000 Can Die

The Outerglobe Xmas Special - Playlist. Just music and minimal chat!

The Outerglobe   Playlist   December 25th 2018

 Still I Rise (Darker Strength)
Solu 001
Theme tune with Maya Angelou sampling
Bim Sherman
Earth People (Original)
Earth People

Sarah Jane Morris
Wild Flowers
Bloody Rain

Eric Bibb Feat Solo Cissokho       
Spirit Day
Global Griot
Dixie Frog

Kimi Djabate
Nho Saba Saba

Two Man Ting
Ask Me
Say What?
2 Boot Music

Debra ‘Pan Diva’ Romain & Alexander D Great
Unsung Heroes
 Lion Valley

Cancion Del Ray
5 Star Motel

Flavio Coelho
Quer Vadio
Sonho Real
Relativity Entertainment

Rio Mira
Marimba Del Pacifico
Aya Records

Fermin Mugurusa
Bere Bar
FM 99.00 Dub Manifest
Esan Ozenki



This week I planned to speak to Ghanaian musician Atongo Zimba in a phoner but gremlins struck anew so I simply played a track and advertised his forthcoming gig on November 9th at Green Note, Camden once more. HOWEVER I did successfully phone Michael Fuller to talk about 'Fern Meets Dido' the musical he and Evadne Bradley have put together which shows at the Shoestring Theatre near Croydon on Saturday and Sunday 3rd & 4th November and places mixed heritage people in their rightful historical context. AND I played some great music. The playlist is below. 

Still I Rise (Darker Strength)
Solu 001
Theme tune with Maya Angelou sampling
Plaza Francia Orchestra
Plaza Francia Orchestra
Because Music

Orch Shika Shika
Mangenge (Jimmy Moni Mambo)
Hit after Hit
No Wahala Sound

Phone Interview with Michael Fuller
Talking about the musical ‘Fern meets Dido’
Placing mixed heritage people in their rightful historical context

Evadne Bradley and Michael Fuller
Lady Dido Belle
C 2018

Track from the musical in Croydon November 3rd-4th
Atongo Zimba
Ti Ha
Savannah Breeze

Had hoped to do interview – AT is at Green Note Camden on November 9th
Le Trio Joubran
The Age of Industry
The Long March
Cooking Vinyl

Daega Rek
Daega Rek

Le Trio Joubran
The Hanging Moon
The Long March
Cooking Vinyl
Just a snippet …


My guest was Amira Kheir who connects with her Sudanese and Jazz infused music promoting her latest album Mystic Dance on Sterns with a live! session with herself singing and Nadir Ramsay on backing vox, oud, guitar and frame drum.   Photos and tracklist to follow. 

THURSDAY OCTOBER 18TH 2018  This week my guests on the phone were Sarah McGuinness and Hamsi in the Sahawri Desert Refugee Camp - almost rebublic where a youth orchestra is in the making and outspoken on point and very funny Malawian comedian Daliso Chapnda  - who made it to the final of Britain's got talent last year. I welcomed back Khadiatou Doyneh this time to talk about the amazing immersive theatre and lifechoice training she was to undertake in Spain and her related crowdfunder - Playlist and pics anon. 


This week has a focus on Grenfell Tower and the fire once again - looking at the arts and creativity coming through with my guests, both community arts activists -  Toby Laurent Belson who is very much part of the Green for Grenfell and a very fine artist, and Honey Muscatt whose debut film 'GROVE is in the heART' goes right to the heart of the matter and documents what is happening at the haven of Bay 56 locally. 

Album if so
Still I Rise (Darker Strength)
Solu 001
Theme tune with Maya Angelou sample
Eric Bibb
Race & Equality
Global Griot
Dixie Frog

Amira Kheir
Mystic Dance
Mystic Dance
Sterns Music

With Toby Laurent Belson
& Honey Muscatt
Discussing Grenfell Fire and the arts roots and shoots
Community artist activists
Taurus Trakker
Drunk in the full 7 ways
All shook up again in W10
Honey’s choice
Brass Construction
The Message
Brass Construction II
United Artists
Toby’s choice
Bob Marley
So Much Things To Say
Island Records
Honey’s choice
Ron Trent
Sometimes I feel like
Primitive Arts
Peace Frog Holdings Ltd
Toby’s choice


This week's guests are Femi Sofela and Yazid Fentazi, very fine musicians, both playing at the London African Music Festival 2018 which has seen visiting greats like Moonlight Benjamin, Wiyaala and Manou Gallo as well as promoting great UK artists including Namvula and my guests.  Repeat of the interview with Hassan of Singularity of Peace as there was a glitch last week. Mixcloud Link

Playlist to be posted soon


This week Debbie talks to Hassan Chaudry (with noted contributions from Luc Ferrier, exhibition curator and author) of  The Unknown Fallen, Muslims' unacknowledged contribution to WW1, part of Singularity of Peace at Riverside Building by the river in Hammersmth, and welcomes Adjoa to the studio to share her new EP Adinkra - out today - highlighting the Ghanaian Akan culture she loves. Mixcloud link

I love it when a guest fully gets the opportunity being in The Outerglobe offers! See Adjoa's blog … Respect!!  Here's the link


This week's main guest Carol Mathebula is organising a splendid and mega well-being, lifestyle and music event at The Africa Centre in London on Saturday September 28th with three rooms filled with practitioners, healers, crafts people and music (I will be playing some records) . She brought along two of the participants: Gambian griot Jali Bakary Konteh and Soul Astrologer Brother Sayonne who I interviewed. Main music is from Jali Bakary Konteh. See

Here is the Mixcloud link  and here's a picture:

Playlist to follow.


Mostly music with a phoner with Hannah Sylla about Salif Fest and the Alouwaly Foundation. See the playlist below! I marked the passing of both Aretha Franklin and Rachid Taha with recognition for Mamadi Camara. The music lives on - and how!

Album if so
Still I Rise   (Darker Strength)  
Solu 001
Theme tune – key Maya Angelou sampling
Aretha Franklin
Freeway of Love
Who’s Zoomin’ Who?

Djibrila Soumah
Tinkisso Records
Youtube clip
Hanna Sylla on Salif Fest
Dexter Story
Eastern Prayer feat Nia Andrews (Peter Croce Remix)
Promo download

Auntie Flo
Capetown Jam
Highlife Radio
Brownswood Records

Stella Chiweshe
Kasahwa: Early Singles
Glitterbeat Records

Stella Chiweshe
Kasahwa: Early Singles
Glitterbeat Records

YouTube Clip
Rachid Taha on solutions to racism and combating erasure

Rachid Taha Died on Wednesday 12/09/2018
Carte De Sejour

The Turbans
Aman (Gaudi remix)

Six Degrees
Taken from album The Turbans
Dur Dur Band
Dur Dur of Somalia Vol 1 and 2
Analog Africa


Season from January - July 2018 - great run … kind of a fixture now! UP!!

Thursday July 26th 

Again full on music. This was a prerecord which I had hoped would have been edited at a crucial moment, but wasn't so it is up as is! Enjoy!! Here is the link

Thursday July 19th  

This was a full on music show as well and I will post up the playlist very soon  You can listen here

Thursday July 12th 2018

A feast of music this week as my originally intended guest needed to postpone. Plus news of the great KOC (Kings of Colour) Initiative. Mixcloud link 

Got-ta-Scatta with Maya Angelou                It's a Wonderful Thing  Brighter Side - theme tune
Positive Force Fraction                               UneTerre Un Peuple
Alexander D Great                                      I want to be  King (2018 Update)
Amparanoia                                                Permites Madrecita
Edd Bateman's West African Love Affair    Casamance 
Nelson and Friends                                     Danca do Zugulogue
Khalab                                                         Father and Grandfather 
Angelique Kidjo                                           Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On)
Dengue Dengue Dengue                            Amnative
Hugh Masekela                                           Child of the Earth
Dan I                                                           Life
Gabacho Maroc                                          Baraka

Thursday July 5th 2018

The rest of the interview with Fatimata Diawara and a phoner with John Bailey of Manchester's The Naughtys (via Stretford) ahead of the 40th Anniversary of the Northern Carnival against the Nazis, where the band are playing and I am djaying on July 14th (at Night People, Princess Street, Manchester).  Mixcloud link

Playlist  (Artist / Track) 
Got-ta-Scatta - Still I Rise - my theme tune
Haarlem Spirit                                           Them a Sus (in the Moss)
Xodus                                                        English Black Boy
Interview with Fatoumata Diawara   (completing last week's bite)
Voices United for Mali                               Voices United for Mali
Femi and the In Rhythms                          Keep on Dancing
Catrin Finch and Sekou Keita
Phone Interview with John Bailey of The Naughtys
The Naughtys                                           Never Mind
Thabang Tabane                                       Nyanda Yemi

Thursday June 28th  

Interviews with Tanzania Albanism Collective , Producer Ian Brennan and part of interview with Fatoumata Diawara   Mixcloud link

Thursday June 21st  

What better way to celebrate the Misdummer Solstice than with the finest music - this week it's music all the way! Come back to see the playlist!! UP!!   Mixcloud link

Playlist  (will come back and complete shortly)  (Artist/Track)
Got-ta-Scatta(Maya Angelo sampling )   Still I Rise (Darker Side)    Theme tune
Khalab                                                     Dense
Shina Williams
The Pyramids                                          Queen of Africa
Susso Seki Singh
Buika                                                        Volver
Onda da Amor compilation                     
Angelica Lopez                                         Madremonte
Etran de L'Air                                            Sahel Sounds
Mariam Hasan
Thabang Tabane                                       Nyanda Yemi   

Thursday June 14th 

coincides with the year anniversary of the Grenfell fire and is a special focus on this. 

People are gathering for the London Silent March (which takes place every 14th) just before my show starts and the Silent March/Walk will start at 7pm. I will call Chetna Kapacee - who has been a guest on another Grenfell focussed show before and ably took the hot seat when I was ill a couple of years ag) as people gather to set the scene. I have prerecorded interviews with local activists Ras Asheber and Moyra Samuels (of Westway 23/The Village and Justice 4 Grenfell, respectively) and poetry from Shareefa Energy and the Poetry 4 Grenfell group as well as on point and healing music. 

Theme tune
Ammar 808 
Poetry 4 Grenfell poets - recorded at recent event
Interview with Ras Asheber of Westway 23
Shareefa Energy   - Persistence Personified    From Youtube - link soon
Interview with Moyra Samuels of Justice 4 Grenfell
Youssef Ahmed - Remember Lumumba 

Thursday June 7th 

This week it's all about Mboka Festival in the Gambia. Co-Director Publisher and literary activist Kadija George and Theatre Director/Educationalist Anni Domingo join me to review 2018 and preview 2019 . Theatre Director./Lecturer Sola Oyeleye planned to join me as well but had to do something else related to her work. Never mind we will talk another time. Mixcloud Link

Playlist  (Track/Artist this time)
Theme tune - It's a wonderful thing - Brighter side - Got-ta-Scatta with Maya Angelou sample
Wishing and Wanting - Shirley Davis
Identity - Royal Messenjah
Soweto Blues - Miriam Makeba (written Hugh Masekela)   Here's a long version
Stimela - Hugh Masekela
Sweet Mother - Prince Nico Mbarga

Thursday May 31st 

This week is WOMAD UK focu

sed with guests Ella Golt and Frank Chamberlain - my usual compadres! We review WOMAD past and preview this year's WOMAD with artist picks and chat. Ella did some atmospheric interviews which I edited together with a great sound track and I planned to play my interview with Tanzania Albinism Collective but something went wrong so I will play the interview another time.  Mixcloud link

Playlist  (Artist/Track)
Theme tune
Camille - from Womad artist line up site
Ella Golt's WOMAD musing and attenders interviews
Packing my bags - Errol Linton
Exodus - Daara J Family
Senegal Fast Food - Amadou and Mariam
Excerpt from Tanzania Albanism Collective interview
I am only human - Tanzania Albanism Collective
White African Power: We live in danger - Tanzania Albanism Collective
The Scorpios - from Womad Website
Kouzen - Melissa Levaux
Eagles - Soothsayers
Kanemo - Orchestre Les Mangelepa

Thursday May 24th  

This week Debbie interviews Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga about his crucial exhibition 'Fragile Responsibility' at October Gallery, London and the significance of Toby Jugs in his work.  Mixcloud link

Playlist:   (artist/track)
Still I Rise - Got-ta-Scatta with Maya Angelou sampling - theme tune
Black Gold of the Sun - Toshio Matsuura feat Dayne Arocena 
Interview with Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga currently exhibiting at October Gallery 
Eloko Oyo    Fally Ipupa 
Entourage     Yousoupha
Something Special    Resonators 

Thursday May 17th (no show on May 10th due to Resonance outside broadcast)  

This week Debbie interviews Samu Redjab of Analog Africa, celebrating 10 years of the African Scream Contest with vol 2 (and about 12 years of releasing vintage gems.) and making his return to Resonance FM after 10years as well! Plus preview of Kongo Dia Ntotila's debut album.  Mixcloud link

Thursday May 3rd  

This week Debbie talks to Rissa Rissasy Rossignol about his new album and music in Sheffield and also to 'Mr Maracatu' Sam Alexander of Baque de Axé.

Thursday April 26th 

This week Debbie interviews two very different major Ghanaian musicians - Ebo Taylor and King Ayisoba - who she met at WOMAD festivals.  

Thursday April 19th  

This week Debbie's guests are Namvula - sharing news of her Quiet Revolutions album and Malik of cultural organisation, Yaram Arts.

Thursday April 12th    

This week there's a taste of London's La Linea 2018 and the Songlines Awards and new music from Telo Tolo, Idris Ackamoor and the Pyramids, Imani Browne, Haji Mike

Thursday April 5th     

As the world mourns, Debbie talks to Carole Mathebula about how Winnie Madikizela-Mandela inspired a generation of South African women. And there's a live link-up to the opening night of 'I am not a Village' at Yinka Shonibare's Guest Projects studio.

Thursday March 29th - 

UPcoming - music music music all the way with a catch up of new music and some favourites from well known and bubbling UP artists alike

March 22nd  

Guest Pax Nindi shares news of his recent 3 month tour and recharge in NE Brazil with new tracks and past favourites. Pax not only toured but made a documentary and wrote a book as well as doing some vibrant paintings. And learnt more of the music. Listen out for vintage heavy Harare Dread ...

March 15th 

Naomi Reid from Forward UK and Nka and Likoya from Lopanga ya Banka talk music, politics and the importance of Musicians United against FGM with some ace music 

Posts due for January 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th; February 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, March 1st, 8th and then it resumes OK as per above!!

LATEST UP!!!D8: The Outerglobe is back again - it resumed on Resonance 104.4fm / DAB London & on November 2nd 2017 and is set for a good long run again. Broadcast day is THURSDAYS 6.30-7.30pm UK time with a new repeat time of SATURDAYS at 3.30pm. Shows are archived in and in  

"Debbie Golt takes African music and wider arts and culture as her starting point ....."


December 21st 2017 - the last edition of The Outerglobe this year - back on Thursday January 4th 2018

This was a mix of music old and new and a (prerecorded) phoner with Robert Maseko successfully aired at last. Robert is from DRC and a tour de force with his own distinguished career from very young and his clear focus developing African music presence in Teeside. He runs Radio Afric-Aye and organises events, venues and workshops. He is a patron of Musicport and has new music out. 

See the Promised Details from The Outerglobe tab as well.  

December 14th - My guest Zara McFarlane has a Mobo Award and is an alumni of Tomorrow's Warriors, Guildhall School of Music and more. Her breathtaking, heartstopping 3rd album on Brownswood Recordings is so beautiful and receiving rightful praise. This was also PRSF Women Make Music Award funded. We talked about Zara's inspirations and how she approaches her music and her career and why she decided to delve into her Caribbean heritage at this point. 

December 7th  -Music awards and Marvellous Music - My guests Germa Adan and Miryam Solomon have both benefited from prestigious and very useful music making bursaries/Awards  - Germa Adan researched and expressed her Haitian Heritage and music experience of USA and UK with an EFDSS Bursary and we listened to her Kembe Fem album; Miryam received a PRSF Women Make Music Award (which we began discussing last year and now look at its fruition) and she produced Magnolia EP which we played music from 

November 30th - Grenfell Tower - the truth and what next

Guests: Toyin Agbetu and Angie from Grenfell Media Watch, Artist Rita Ruggeri, Activist - Westway 23 and One Voice Committee musician Niles Hailstones (Ras Asheber), Supporter Chetna Kapacee - we talk through the issues and share truths. 

November 23rd Guest Alexia Clorinda    - art historian, photographer, researcher - discusses her deep research into the Haitian Revolution and the intrinsic contribution of voudoun and music to  past and present revolutionary activity. See front page for playlist and links.

Still  I Rise – Darker Strength
Solu 001




Teshay Makeda
Feminine Vibe


Germa Ardan
Kenbe Fem

Kenbe Fem

Links for the tracks Alexia selected:
“Ke-m pa sote” (My heart doesn’t jump, I am not frightened)  Bookman Eksperyans  
“Lem pa we soley la“ Jean Michel Daudier
“Anbago” Ram 

You can also enjoy a couple of tracks we didn't get round to playing  
"Jounou revolte" - Bookman Eksperyans  
"Moyizde Zo" and "Latibonit" by Zikiki Yizr'el 

November 16th Primarily music. The phoner with Robert Maseko had to be abandoned. Very fine music list. Playlist coming.

November 9th An intense chat with composer/musician/artist in residence Juwon Ogungbe about his extensive career and big changes in his approach seeing him centre stage afresh in his own right prioritising himself rather than always enhancing others' careers or projects tho this is still a part. 

November 2nd  First show back after 2 months with music music music.


THE OUTERGLOBE IS BACK FOR A FULL SERIES ON THE WONDERFUL  RESONANCE 104.4FM / WWW.RESONANCEFM.COM  & DAB in London From OCTOBER 2016 - JULY 29th 2017  -with more series in view - on THURSDAYS 6.30-7.30pm UK time.  BRIMFUL OF NEW MUSIC, ARTIST AND APARATCHNIK INTERVIEWS, WHATS ONS AND INSIGHTFUL INFORMED CHAT . Repeats Mondays at 2pm and archived in Mixcloud for Resonance and Outerglobe

  OH MY ... I have got very behind here!!!! 

Starting for THIS WEEK - I am catching you up!  Archive shows can be found as above ... I even love listening back!

THURSDAY JUNE 8th 2017 as well as being the General Election Day in UK - PLEASE VOTE AND VOTE WISELY - I have my weekly show     .... I am catching up on music as the previous week was almost all (great) talk and I will have a phoner with an African family organisation

 TODAY!! Thursday 2nd March - the start of what is traditionally now a whole month celebrating International Women's Day (which is of course March 8th)  N' Deye is my guest - discussing ways to create music that is true to her Guinean roots with a wide appeal. She does this really well in her current single Afrolicious . New music from Tamikrest, Ibibio Sound Machine  and Anoushka Lucas who guest in The Outerglobe later this month

 THURSDAY 23rd February Jally Kebba Susso on the phone sharing his great life philosophy and talking about his brilliant new album 'Banjul London' - really excellent taking UK/Gambia/Griot music to new heights; Focus Atta joined me in the studio to talk up his #Crowdfunding for the Focus Africa Festival planned for June - see this link to see how you can help - a couple of weeks to go. HURRY!

THURSDAY  16th - RESONANCE 104.4FM FUNdraiser - this week was the mega fundraising auction and special shows which happens every year. Helen McDonald and Paul Brett from Yaaba Funk and their own bands Future Groove and Little Number respectively joined me in the studio to talk up their latest projects and their ethos and select some great tracks as well as big up the FUNDRAISING. Lottie Love joined me as well to highlight auction items. The main fundraiser is done however the fundraising site still has details about how you can help Resonance 104.4FM on an ongoing or one off basis year round.


 THURSDAY 9th  - 


 THURSDAY 2nd February - music music music all the way

  THURSDAY 26th JANUARY  JUWON OGUNGBE guests to talk about and play his new single LOVE and share his exciting plans. We'll get out the grand piano! Short interview with Aurelio ahead of his UK album launch at Rich Mix on February 1st  

THURSDAY 19th  Debbie is joined by Adwoa   of FORWARD, the leading organisation challenging and education people about FGM with an interview with fabulous Cameroonian musician Dobet Gnahore who is a Forward Goodwill Ambassador; Maurice One Jah looks by ahead of his Earthday Knees Up at Richmix on 27th

THURSDAY 12th Debbie wasn't well and so a repeat was played of the magnificent show from December 15th.

THURSDAY 5th January 2017 the start of the new season! The Outerglobe is booked in right up til July 27th. UP!!! This one was music music music!

  Past show details are gradually being added. 



WYCOMBE WORLD SERIES 1 ON WYCOMBE SOUND Monday September 19th 2016 - Monday 30th January2017. Archived in I was part of this team with Lucy and Shah. and locally on 106.6FM & WycombeSound app

See the Facebook details for more on Wycombe World



I am leaving my exuberant show announcements for The Outerglobe series one as they are from when I posted. There are a couple of other recent Resonance FM Clear Spot shows info to add - come back soon!


Resonance 104.4FM  Clearspot The Outerglobe goes to Passing Clouds - with  Gudrun Getz and Maurice One Jah about Passing Clouds and their campaign to save the venue #PassingCloudsForever     The situation changed dramatically when the landlord got bailiffs to occupy the premises without any notice following an adverse eviction decision. Passing Clouds are going to the High Court of Appeal and are organising a Day of Action - March and event on September 17th . update soon. UP!!D8: Passing Clouds were formally evicted from their building in the Autumn, however they went on to get the building declared an Asset of Community Value which prohibits change of purpose and allows purchase by Passing Clouds. The landlord gave up attempts to make it into offices and wanted to make it into a club however the late license is held by ....PC so that was not viable and finally they came to the table to discuss purchase by PC. This is the most up to date news I have. People's persistence - People's Power! UP!!

 Resonance 104.4FM Clearspot on THURSDAY 16th June 2016 The Outerglobe goes to Campfire Convention 

 - all about the new initiative founded by Pete Lawrence he of Big Chill and Cooking Vinyl credentials amongst others. Here's the description from the front page of this website : 

"The Outerglobe goes to Campfire Convention"  Campfire Convention- where sparks ignite- is a vibrant new member-led positive ideas space with a growing online-community and a weekend event (12-14/08) with discussions & music in idyllic settings. Debbie Golt meets founder Pete Lawrence, activist workshop-leader Caroline Kerr and internet-wizard Ian Cuthbert. For more information please visit Campfire Convention and Outerglobe (where you are now!). [Repeated Friday 9am.]

  I'll put the show up on my mixcloud ASAP after broadcast in due course!


 It's all here - all the details from THE OUTERGLOBE season one September 2015 - April 2016. Check it out!   Announcements below as they were at the time - why not!! UP!!

AHA I HAVE A NEW RADIO SHOW ON RESONANCE 104.4FM/DAB LONDON AND ONLINE RESONANCEFM.COM It resumes on MONDAY 4th JANUARY and goes out every MONDAYat 5-6pm UK Time!  Repeats Fridays 2am  AND the following week after each show there is a further repeat at 3pm on Resonance Extra on DAB in Brighton and beyond and RESONANCE EXTRA


Do please send me your new music and your African oriented arts news! UP!! Email me when you have a minute!

Shows will be accessible via the Resonance FM mixcloud and via the Outerglobe Mixcloud 


Monday 25th April: Music Music Music - another chance for me as well as last week to catch you up with some of the amazing music I get sent alongside some favourites too. This is the last of the current series. The Outerglobe is taking a break til later in the year - certainly coming back with a boom - watch this space! 


Monday 18th April: As I had been off for a couple of weeks with a lurgy (so ably covered by Chetna Kapacee) I decided to simply play music music music without any interviews and it was a delight although I really absolutely enjoy interviewing as well! 


Monday 11th April: Wonderful Chetna Kapacee stepped up again to cover for me and present The Outerglobe in her own way with Outerglobe guest Jak Beula of Nubian Jak and the African Caribbean Memorial for those who gave their lives in the 1914-18 and '39-'45 wars.  

Monday 4th April: Chetna Kapacee makes her brilliant debut covering for me as I was ill with a lingering lurgy. She did so well and I am so grateful. The Outerglobe guest on this show is Eliane Correa, a terrifically talented and amazing artist who recently released her En El Aire album and she talked about and selected tracks from the album and those that inspired her. 

Monday 21st March: EmpresS *1 (الامبراطورة الاولي) , Egypt's first female-rapper, performs live and talks about tours including Brazil and Egypt, London-vibes and her pleas for peace and justice; Prerecord interview:  London-based Somali band Dur Dur International, including Fadumina Howlile, with Kinsi Abdulleh of Numbi-Arts who outlines their Funk_A project

Monday 14th March: studio interview with DJ Ade and Junie Ranking of Nzinga Sounds the women's sound rocking roots since the 80s with a very eclectic mix share signature tunes and discuss Rockers, Soulheads & Lovers interactive exhibition opening 21/03 at 108 Gallery Brixton which for once takes account of women and sound systems; Fab African Sounds too.


Monday 7th March: Miryam Solomon talks about how she successfully tackled the PRS for Music Women Make Music award and her plans, sharing some lovely music; Part 2 of interview/tour of Red Africa with Ekow Eshun Artistic-Director Calvert 22 & Mark Nash Curator of linked 'Things Fall Apart' exhibition

Monday 29th February: Feature on Red Africa at Claremont 22 which takes a fascinating look at Soviet Union/bloc relationships with emerging African nations after the 39-45 war with a far reaching exhibition 'Things Fall Apart' and related events. Interview with Artistic Director Ekow Eshon and Curator Mark Nash with special guest Martha Yankey assisting; Session with Soft Wax (who amongst other things coordinates Deptford Dub Club) on decks + Jas on Reeds of Duppy Sister Sound band! Plus a short tribute to Bionic Rhona the marvellous woman DJ, MC (one of the very few female DJs to get recognition) and wisdom holder who died on 24th February


Monday 22nd February: Renowned flautist/composer Rowland Sutherland outlines the intriguing SDNA project with young Hackney dwellers, involving himself & vibesplayer/composer Orphy Robinson, exploring  globally-inspired sonic possibilities which goes public on 29/2; Demola shares the secrets of @Sqwzl an open-hearted arts p/review site with a difference


Monday 15th February: This show was within the Fundraising Focus so we share ebay opportunities and fun ways to donate! Frank Chamberlain from Brighton p/reviews WOMAD from a young person's perspective; RAV HiFi on the wire - Chetna and Michael give a studio demo of how they'll play out at Deptford Dub Club with tracks and live music. Laptop and flute with double bass added on the night!


Monday 8th February: Previews and reviews of some outstanding African-oriented art exhibitions in London including El Anatsui at October Gallery, Calvert 22's Res Africa season in assocaition with the Africa Centre and the Power of One Woman: Chief Nike Davies-Okundaye and I think there was a guest - got to check back!


Monday 1st February: One of those where it's pure music tracks - I actually prerecorded this one as I was invited to Leeds University School of Music for their Women in Music 2016 day of panels this day so I was there and on the radio at the same time!


Monday   25th January: None other than the redoubtable and renowned Ray Carless telling us about his career from early days including Jazz Warriors and being the go to saxophonist for so many world touring artists coming to Britain as well as his Club Skaaville interventions with events and support for so many other artists


Monday 18th January: Part 2 of West Africa Word Symbol Sound interview; 


Monday 11th January: Part 1 of interview on the move at the West Africa Word Symbol Sound exhibition with co- curators Marion Wallace (Head of African Collections) and Janet Topp Fargion (Head of Sound Arhive) - looking at awesome content and discussing curatorial matters; Maurice I JAH MO - ahead of his great Earthday celebration gig at Passing Clouds, London E8 - played from his new album and discussed the impact of the Biafran war on little ones.

Monday 4th January 2016: A great start to the new season with a phoner with Frances Feeny who is spearheading The Ogoni film which shows the sheer devastation of the oil drilling residues which have been plaguing the Delta area of Nigeria for 40 years and more; And Alexander D Great previewing his new album Rum Shop Chronicals Vol3 After The Windrush - a splendid collection of right on point calypsos alongside manager Isis Amlak

Outerglobe resumes after the break on Monday 4th January  - same time 5-6pm UK time. First UP! guests are award winning calypsonian and educator ALEXANDER D GREAT and manager aparatchnik person Isis Amlak to talk about the forthcoming new album and launch (which is on January 14th at The Tabernacle, London W11) with live and album tracks as well as more marvellous music selected by host Debbie Golt. 


Monday 14th December: Catch up with Aaron Ableman still in Paris after the Climate Summit continuing last week's theme of green and conscious Hip Hop + music  galore

Monday 7th December Guests : Ian KMT Freedom Teacher and Zara from May Project Gardens and BRIES in the studio and MC Benny Acholi Muding from Uganda's North Uganda Hip Hop Culture talk green and educational hip hop

Monday 30th November is MUSIC MUSIC AND MORE MUSIC - no studio guests just Debbie in DJ Debbie mode with some super sounds!

Monday 23rd November :  guest Nadine Woodley of Hype media productions talking about FORTY ELEPHANTS the immensely popular and topical drama she created with her friend and colleague Danni Moseley which looks at young women and girls and the pressures they have to be in gangs - and alternative ways forward - in a comedic style. The Forty Elephants were a women's gang which roamed London from the 17th - 19th Century ... and more more music 

Monday 16th November - guest Ben Vergase of Chimurenga Library and CDR - with a special vinyl guest mix of finest tunes! Ben discusses the Chimurenga Library and its impact following the month long residency at The Showroom London NW8. We update on what Jumbo Vanrennen formerly of Mango Records is doing back home in Cape Town and find out about a brilliant new book on worldwide music

Monday 9th November Da Sweetnezz (Jennifer Sobola) joined The Outerglobe to talk about her forthcoming release Da Future is House and highlights in her career. Debbie first met Jen at the Black History Month event in Parliament organised by Tony Tokumba Fernandez last year and was struck by her assured presence. Online research and a further encounter at this year's event where Jen sang convinced Debbie to invite her to Resonance FM. Important to support young musicians and share their progress. More marvellous music too

 Monday 2nd November (repeat Friday 6th) my guests : Anne Wanjie (Studio) talking about Film Africa and other African Film Festivals around UK with recommendations and reviews. Anne and I copresented/produced African Essence for many years so it is a pleasure to welcome her back for this: And Filmmaker Andy Jones (phoner) whose 'I shot Bi Kudude' is in the festival and celebrates the life of Bi Kidude the amazing singer/composer, perhaps Zanzibar's best known resident who died recently aged possibly 100

Monday 26th October: mainly marvellous music with a quick phoner with Anne Wanjie to preview the African Film Festivals coming up in London, Edinburgh & Glasgow, Bristol and Cardiff

Monday 19th October: Danielle Smith and Sara McGuinness (also Grupo Lokito) of Sandblast who support the Sahararwi people of Western Sahara through the arts especially music talk about their studio and music industry programmes and their Africa's Last Colony: 40 years of Occupation festival; Ruth Daniel and Ines Soria-Donlan of In Place of War talk about their extensive networks involving musicians and creatives in 17 countries affected by war and conflict working mainly in music and their 2016 series in partnership with the Guardian at Kings Place. 

Monday 5th October: In response to the firebombing of Smockey's studio in Burkino Faso a phoner with Ade Bantu - leader of Bantu and filmmaker who hosts Afropolitan Vibes in Lagos on the 3rd Thursday of the month and is a spokesperson for Artswatch Africa Ambassadors who are drawn from across Africa from countries where free speech is problematic. He talks about the recent coup in Burkina Faso and the firebombing of the Abazon studio and how the Ambassadors fight for and protect freedom of expression and much more.

Monday 12th October: Dele Sosimi (phoner) musical director of the Felebration and composer/leader of his fabulous band discusses Fela Kuti's legacy and his enduring popularity and his own new music and more; Issie Barratt and Shirley Thompson who are both Women in Music UK members and also on BASCA boards and were to take part in the BASCA panel with commissioned pieces in the concert as part of the Equator Women of the World Festival - discuss their brilliant careers and issues still facing female composers

Monday 28th September: the guests are writer.and journalist Lloyd Bradley  (Bass Culture, Sounds Like London - 100 years of Black Music in the Capital) talking about the Sounds Like London Film Festival (3rd/4th October, London) which is unique on drawing together such a variety of films and discussion.

On Monday 21st September my guests: Namvula who is of mixed Zambian and Scottish heritage which is reflected in her music and is making great waves with her debut album Shiwezwa with major reviews and a UK wide tour starting on Friday 25th September through Making Tracks with information on her website . I wanted to find out more about how a newcomer has made such an impact so fast! AND Joyce Moholoalgae who is a fantastic singer and composer who is classically trained through study in Durban and London (Royal College of Music who is also very focused on her career ahead of her London African Music Festival appearance. This week's show was also to celebrate Maya as 21st September marks the second year of her passing. 

Monday 14th September: Biyi Adepegba Director/co-founder of the longstanding London  African Music Festival and Joyful Noise previews the Festival with some fabulous music and highlights; Phoner with the Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson about their magnificent effort as the first city to offer a warm welcome to refugees gathered in Calais and their fundraiser for the Red Cross 

Monday 7th September: The FIRST ONE! Music all the way and a setting of the scene for The Outerglobe!



Currently I am uploading archive shows and interviews  and also some new stuff to my Outerglobe  Mixcloud and sometimes add stuff  in Soundcloud too. My produced/presented shows include African Essence and DJ Debbie meets as well as material for Women's Radio Group where I coordinated the Ealing Women in the community series.. Currently I have a new initiative called Community Matters in development with and Women's Radio Group. We have done a few pilot shows and they are archived on   The programmes discuss community arts and concerns with guests at the heart of the matter and locally and globally sourced music. More about this in the Autumn - no broadcasts at present.

With Women's Radio Group I am tutoring for Community Champions in West London training both staff and trainees in radio skills currently.  Outcomes include creating an audio/podcast newsletter and contributing to Community Matters and other broadcasts.

I am asked to make mixes for others shows from time to time and I LOVE doing that! Do ask me! I'll put some mixes on my mixcloud page soon ... I am also in demand as a global beats DJ and I am a resident DJ with Open the Gate.

I also produce audio messages to advertise gigs with music and spoken word info and I produce interviews and other audio content for website

Contact me at info (at) outerglobe ,  to see about me producing audio for you ...

African Essence - some of the best radio on the airwaves ran its natural course. I'm gradually archiving on my mixcloud, Many thanks to Resonance FM 104.4FM Londonwide worldwide for hosting us  Playlists are on the African Essence site,. Resonance have a constant appeal on to keep going so do go have a look and see how you can help there.

African Essence was also on SOAS RADIO (formerly Open Air) and some excellent shows can still be heard on the site. Many thanks also to Open Air (SOAS) for the airtime!

African Essence playlist archive is found here   African Essence delighted in presenting trademark incisive informative and entertaining interviews with the movers and shakers on the African arts and cultural scene here in London and throughout the Diaspora featuring well known people as well as unsung community pioneers. DJ Debbie (Golt) and Anne Wanjie selected African music of all eras, styles and flavas - bubbling up artists and household names, seeped in tradition or burning the remix lasers, classics and growers alike. The only criteria: great music to share. I will be putting more audio up on my own Outerglobe Mixcloud as time goes on.

With an especial emphasis on the music and wider arts of London, African Essence's remit went worldwide. It is a body of work I am very proud of - alongside Anne Wanjie co producer/presenter.