Listen to our Journey

Slave Trade Legacies has been supported by 97.5 kemet fm, a live radio broadcast programme was developed and held at kemet fm, which helped to promote the Slave Trade Legacies project and work, reaching to more members of Nottingham’s local community.  On this page to a number of recordings which were produced for the project and featured many of the volunteers.

Slave Trade Legacies – Launch Advert May 2015

Hull Sept 2014

Clive a member of the Slave Trade Legacies Volunteering team speaks.

Concetta a member of the Slave Trade Legacies Volunteering team speaks.

Bristol Nov 2014

PT1 Edson (Bristols tour Guide) Speaks Listen here:

PT2 Edson (Bristols tour Guide) Speaks Listen here:

PT2 Edson (Bristols tour Guide) Speaks Listen here:

Film Screening and Celebration event March 2015

An advert created by 97.5 hemet fm and played to welcome members of the community to the free celebration event.

Podcast of Live Studio discussion – Slave Trade Legacies.  Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Project participants gathered in the 97.5 kemet fm studio with presenter Christine Belle to discuss their experiences taking part in the Slave Trade Legacies project.  Guests included Mark Suggitt, director of Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site and Dr Susanne Seymour from the University of Nottingham who had led the Global Cotton Connections project.   Live music with the theme of slave trade legacies was performed by Kilo Green and Percy Dread.

First hour:  

Second hour:

Third hour:  

AHRC Festival of Connected Communities

Finally a mid-morning show broadcast by Christine Belle, reflecting the final visit to Cromford and Belper Mill by the project volunteers taking part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Festival of Connected Communities.

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