BECTU is calling on its members and the public to support the campaign against the move, which they say comes three years after the BBC moved nearly all its television production work out of Birmingham to either Bristol or Salford. This latest proposal only adds insult to injury. By Jon Griffin. Bobby Friction Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters.
Spread across multiple stages, it will no doubt be a hotpot of multi-genre and multi-talent, showcasing the best acts Indian independent music and the world has to offer. Over the course of the next few days we'll be introducing 3 of the international artists playing at the festival in a 3 part introduction series, finding out a bit more about what they're looking forward to doing both on and off the festival site. First on this list, representing the UK with an impressive CV dedicated to music, is a man who I can only describe as an ambassador of British and South Asian music. Bobby Friction has made a career out of representing British Asian sounds, spinning the wheels of steel and on-air. Bobbi's infamous specialism in music has him presenting a weeknightly show on the BBC Asian Network which is a testament to his dedication to the scene. The three-time Sony Gold award winner is no stranger to festivals.
Quite possibly the most honest thing Wiley said. Some avoid black people in the fear they might get robbed, others avoid Muslims in the fear they might get converted. Most of our fears are allayed with our past experiences with other races or lack of. One friend of mine was bullied constantly by Pakistani kids at school and it took me three years of friendship to convince him that not all Muslims were wankers. Stop being so politically correct!
Harpz is back after a massive weekend at the London Mela. Harpz hosts a night of stand-up comedy as the Asian Network returns to the Fringe. Pop singer Falak chats to Wax and picks this week's Lollipop Classic. Rolex Rasathy stopped by to sing a few bars and talk about her rise to fame.