Bcfm’s unprecedented & extensive coverage of this years Black Hisoty Month 2015 has been hailed as a massive success thanks to support & sponsorship from St Peters Hospice.
Thanks to financial support from St Peters Hospice, BCfm were able to prooduce programming and daily what’s on During the entire month of October.
Graduate Deasay Johnson supported by Sherrie Eugene Hart ensured that the station had daily news and what’s on information alongside some fascinating documentary pieces aired during both breakfast and drivetime throughout the month.
Station manager Pat Hart said ” To be able to have the rescources to cover Black History Month so extensively has been an exciting project for us as we attract a massive African Caribbean audience with some of the UK’s best reggae, House and Soul DJ’s on our station. DJ’s like Dezzi Rankin, Nikey & Nytro, Freshblood Crew, Deli G, Tristan B, & Clement George are not just local but national & international names that have helped us pick up the biggest proportion of Black, Minority and Ethnic listeners than any other station in the city. Our coverage included tributes to the late Princess Campbell, interviews with Buju Banton, Levi Roots, Jazzie B and factual documentaries about civil rights and an array of positive Black history topics”
St Peter’s Hospice is a Bristol charity caring for adults with life-limiting illnesses. They aim to improve the quality of their living and dying while extending care and support to their families and loved ones.
You can catch their latest podcast here. http://www.stpetershospice.org.uk/news/all-news/2015/09/support-us/hospi…