Posts byNaomi Simon

Religion vs. State

This episode was recorded on 25th January 2017. In this episode Naomi and Ogaga are joined by Kelechnekoff, a fitness guru, writer and actress. The group discuss healthy habits in the New Year. Are good habits in the new year
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Practical Dreaming

In this pre-recording episode Naomi is joined by Claud Williams of Dream Nation to discuss how to set goals and achieve them, what to do if you’re having a quarter life crisis and the life of an entrepreneur. Mailing list: buff.ly/2khGde0
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Latest Episodes

20Something Podcast is a Black British show, each episode Naomi and Ogaga discuss current affairs, entertainment and art. The show is split into three segments: Two Shots, a light hearted commentary on entertainment. The Chaser, is where the duo discuss
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Global African Studies

Global African Studies: An e-Learning Course Content: Lesson 1: Research and Digital Skills Lesson 2: African Timeline Lesson 3: African Cosmology and Philosophy Lesson 4: Ancient Africa and Migration Lesson 5: Kingdoms of Africa Lesson 6: Slavery and Colonialism Lesson
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Beyonce’s Lemonade

We discuss Beyonce’s Lemonade and Michaela Coel’s mighty clambake with our new co host Ogaga who will be joining us for a while! We’re so excited to have him and you’ll see why. iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/20-so…id725309306?mt=2 Twitter: @20Somethingpodc @dandy_lord @naesimon
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Join Our Team

Over the past couple of years we’ve been able to reach thousands of people, providing insight and alternative opinions to topics affecting the African-Caribbean community. 20Something Podcast creates quirky, informative content, centred around promoting the advancement of the global black
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Being A Black Vegetarian

Joining me to discuss being a black vegetarian is my sister Chin. We grew up between being vegan and vegetarian and in this episode we discuss our experience with navigating through vegetarianism whilst maintaining our culture. I can assure you
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How To Acquire Bae

Happy Festive Season all! In this hilarious episode we explore ways to acquire and list methods to secure your partner without the need for dating apps. Where do I go to find bae? How should I approach said potential bae?
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Cuffing Season

  Cuffing season often takes place during the Autumn and Winter months. The cold makes it a perfect season for some to seek a bae solely for spooning and entertainment. Cuffing Season is practiced among many in their 20s. With
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My Slave Name

Born to a Grenadian father and Nigerian mother, Naomi explores the meaning behind her surname, a name derived from the Trans-atlantic slave trade. In this video we explore the importance behind the history of our names and why it’s important
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Weave Economics

This week I’m joined by Peter Adefioye, Mica Simone and Ruth Mukete to discuss Weave Economics Black women are estimated to have spent half a trillion dollars on hair care in 2012. That’s more than some countries GDP, including Greece.
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Our New Youtube Channel

It is 20Something Podcast’s 1st birthday today!! Whoop Whoop… Thank you to everyone who has ever listened to a podcast or read a blog post. Over the year we’ve had over 10,000 reads and downloads and we truly appreciate it.
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21st Century Dating

“Back in the day all you had to do was give a girl flowers and a ride on your horse.” This was the means to find a wife says Dami Olatuyi. These days according to this week’s guests Dami, Jonathan
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New Panelists

We are looking for new people to feature on the 20Something Podcast. If you have a vision for change and something to say, then get in touch. 20Something is a community blog. We want this platform to be run by
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BET Awards 2014 – Highlights

Every year the BET Awards is highly anticipated. This year I felt that there had been better, nonetheless the show was full of laughter, music, celebrity appearances and controversy. Chris Rock, the host on the night obviously doesn’t believe in
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Secondary School Memories

Life at an all girls secondary school in London was…Ummmm…Interesting. Especially, because I’ve recently come to accept that I was a neek! In year 7, I was rocking a camping rucksack, ankle swingers and white socks. I had come from
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20Something

20Something is under construction and will be back on the 11th May 2014! In the meantime, why don’t you check out all of our podcasts on SoundCloud. https://soundcloud.com/naomi-simon-show/tracks
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The Future of Neo-Soul

‘On and On’, ‘Brown Skin’ and ‘Teach Me’, are just a few of the hundreds of tunes that many of us neo-soul fans have enjoyed over the years. The likes of Erykah Badu, India Arie, Dwele and Musiq Soulchild are amongst an array of artists who have held it down on the neo-soul front for more than a decade.
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