On this episode I speak to Nick Ahad, a writer, stand up comedian and radio presenter for Radio Leeds. He has also produced and directed short films and written scripts for the British soap Emmerdale. We talk about how he started working in radio and journalism, taking the step into stand up comedy and how race can have an effect on how you are perceived in the world.
For more information about Nick Ahad, visit his website at www.nickahad.com
On this episode I speak to Ben Goodwin aka ExP, an MC and Recording Engineer of DubWhy Studios in Leeds. Ben is a successful hip-hop recording artist who has gained recognition across the UK for his unique brand of songwriting and approach to a wide range of topical issues. We talk about the birth of DubWhy Studios, creating a music label, the importance of doing the things you love, running a limited company, the highs and lows of self employment, how hip-hop music has changed over the years and lots of other things along the way. For more information about DubWhy Studios, visit their website at www.dubwhystudios.com
On this episode I talk to Tim Nelson, the International Development Director of Hope for Justice, a global charity fighting human trafficking and modern slavery. We talk about balancing a demanding role which takes him all over the world with family and personal time, running a business and a whole host of other topics.
For more information about Hope For Justice, visit their website.