Friday, October 20The Voice of London

Category: Radio

David Haye punches opponent at London press conference

David Haye punches opponent at London press conference

Boxing, Radio, Sport
Just hype, or too far? Reporter: Ryan Elliott With March 4, 2017 now locked in as the date for David Haye’s pay-per-view grudge match with Liverpool’s Tony Bellew, fans can begin to get excited about the night’s action that awaits them. The pair came face-to-face at their London press conference last week, with things perhaps escalating beyond the expected. Following the exchange of heated words between both parties, a fiery head-to-head ended with a push from Tony Bellew, before a swift left hand was thrown by Haye. Did ‘The Hayemaker’ go too far given the responsibility that comes with being a professional sportsman? Hear from the man himself.
Go local to watch your football

Go local to watch your football

Football, News, Radio, Sport, UK
When students get a day off from college or university work most want to relax. Watching football on the weekend is a great way to relieve any stress. But some students are unable to see their favourite players live. Reporter: Sajid Hassan Match and season tickets in the Premier League have risen for the top clubs and are forcing money stretching students away. One alternative may be to invest in your local club. A cheaper alternative to the big leagues, you could have a more enjoyable experience. Below is my three minute audio piece about rising season ticket prices and possible solutions. A shorter piece was featured in the Voice of London radio show. Also check out my other article for more money saving ideas. For example: instead of watching the Arsenal/Tottenham derby from the Em...

The importance of including ethnic minorities in London’s hallowed creative spaces

Arts, Radio
Voice of London sits down with gal-dem editor Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff and contributor Qudrat Khan to discuss the site's recent success, collaborations with the V&A and Tate Modern, and what's next for the collective. Reporter: Yasmin Jeffery I Sub-Editor: James Brookes   Online magazine gal-dem, predominantly written by women of colour (WOC), has enjoyed a meteoric rise to success over the past year, beating out established publications to awards and captivating the attention of London's creative industries. This success culminated in two separate collaborations with the V&A and Tate Modern last month, rounding out a year of going from strength to strength. Both events went off without a hitch, and saw the WOC behind gal-dem invite their favourite creatives for

Voice of London Radio | Episode 2

Arts, News, Radio
With the success of the first episode, here is round two. With features including the reopening of Fabric and the well renowned Winter Wonderland, this show brings together the best of London's arts and culture. While others may disagree, our radio team breaks the barriers, providing you with your weekly dose of news and culture; by millennials, for millennials. Check out two other stories from the team that unfortunately, weren't featured within the show;