Ujima is running a number of staff training days this month and one of mine overlapped with today’s show. Paulette has a big crew so having me out for most of the show is no problem. I’m a bit sad about it though, because from 12:30 to 13:30 they ran an interview with a lady called Di Parkin who has been a feminist activist since 1968. The team was buzzing about the interview in the post-show debrief, so I’m looking forward to listening to it.
I finally got into the studio at 13:30 when I did an interview with a lovely young lady called Salàma Kefentse who runs the Portland Café, just round the corner from the Ujima studios. Kevin and I ate there when he was over for BristolCon and we can recommend it.