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It’s tough being a Black Female Football Manager, Dionne Manning, Former Luton Town Ladies?

“I have been playing football for 10 years now and I have never received racial abuse on the pitch that I have heard. Now with all the social media hype it’s giving people a platform to air their views and they don’t seem to be getting punished…”, Dionne Manning, former Luton Town FC, and coach of Warden AFC U7, in Luton, which provides a safe environment to enjoy and develop […]

todayOctober 28, 2021 3

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Vandalism Begins At Home

Emerging once more from the ruins of 2020, The Vandalism Begins at Home Radio Show is your essential monthly rendezvous with the very best music from the local scene. Featuring new releases, live reviews and in depth interviews your hosts Ben and Dave will guide you through the creative landscape that still bubbles away in this troubled land, despite the best efforts of things both big and small. Join us […]

todayFebruary 27, 2021

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KNDÉ – Just Friends: Pensively Evocative Rhythm and Blues

By Amelia Vandergast Up & coming to London-based Soul Blues singer-songwriter KNDÉ has just released her instant classic of a track Just Friends. Her first-ever solo track perfectly encapsulates that super weird stage in a relationship where you can’t really stand the sight of each other, but the other person is kind of handy to have around. We’ve all been there and KNDÉ knew just how to make a beautiful […]

todayApril 20, 2020

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Out Spoken

Join our team of young  leaders on a weekly showdown of exciting, but  controversial  and uncompromising discussions on matters affecting today's youth. Join the team very fortnight on AUK Radio   @AUKConnect on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to get involved.

todayApril 15, 2018

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A warmth welcome to Luton first Black African Deputy Mayor- Cllr David Agbley.

David Agbley, the new Luton Deputy Mayor for the current municipal year was welcomed by local dignitaries and the African community. With a look of pure joy, he looked at the audience and said “Thank you to all for your trust in me”, during the event organised at Marsh Farm  Futures by Ghanaian Society and African BMES Impact in Luton. “I have to acknowledge the town diversity spirit ...That is why I’m inviting my fellow African to get engage in […]

todaySeptember 1, 2017

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