The Black Plaque Podcast is an original podcast series, celebrating stories of black historical figures in London, as part of the Black Plaque Project. Hosted by Dr Jak Beula, founder of Nubian Jak, the community trust that creates plaques, memorials and other products to make black history known.
In this series, Dr Jak speaks to inspiring, creative, aspiring and influential black Londoners, who discuss with Dr Jak, their chosen historical figures, and who they feel, should be a part of the Black Plaque Project.
This series features:
Kwame Kwei-Armah, Artistic Director of the Young Vic Theatre.
Kelechi Okafor, Podcaster, Actress and Director.
Kevin Morosky, Creative and Founder of wearepocc.
Ronke Lawal, Cultural Commentator, PR Consultant & Founder of Ariatu PR.
As part of our Black Plaque Project, we’ve put up 30 Black Plaques in London to celebrate the stories of black historical figures.
Produced by Andrew Spence and Bernard P Achampong
Sound Design & Production: Bernard P Achampong
Music: ‘Seeing The Bigger Picture’ by Big Mean Sound Machine