Video & audio

BBC Radio London, Robert Elms Show, with Jason Solomons, May 7th 2019

BBC Radio 3, invited speaker, ‘Black British History‘, November 9th 2016
Interview with me at Bocas Litfest, Trinidad, April 2014, with Tyrone Ali.

The BBC Radio 4 drama adaptation of my novella Hello Mum is available here and to buy as download
Speaking on Guardian podcast on memoir, triggered by my Observer review of Mom & Me & Mom by Maya Angelou
Link to the review itself:
Here’s the podcast of  my issue of Poetry Review, ‘Offending Frequencies’, Winter 2012, with poets Edward Doegar, Sophie Mayer, Richard Scott, Warsan Shire.
Launch of Blonde Roots at Royal Festival Hall, London/ Audio
with Brenda Emmanus interviewing me. Summer 2008.
Blonde Roots is available as an audio book
My essay on’For Coloured Girls’/ Audio
Click on the above link to hear me reading an essay I wrote for BBC Radio 3’s series ‘The Book that Changed Me.’
I chose ‘For Coloured Girls who have Considered
Suicide when the Rainbow is Enuf’, the seminal play/choreopoem by American writer Ntozake Shange.
Photo of ‘Pyeyucca’ from back in the day, author on the right. Yes, I was a boy.


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