Full audio of the interview I did with Akala at his book launch in Waterstones Manchester.
His book Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire is out now, get your copy here
This section has Akala discussing his upbringing and an introduction to his new book:
This section has Akala discussing his appearance on BBC Question Time, investing in the future of young people and education.
This section has Akala discussing Frankie Boyle, politics in the media and being challenged to a TV debate with Piers fucking Morgan.
This section has Akala discussing the Windrush Scandal and the history of British migration policy
Listen, I don’t want to brag, but none other than Barclays Plc reached out to little ol’ Jorgy asking for advice on how to run their business.
They called it a ‘customer survey’, clearly to save face, but we all know what this was. After The Panther’s dealings with them, I think we’ve earned a mutual respect, and that’s evidently caught the attention of their board, who came crawling for help.
Not to give away all of our collaborative growth strategy, I’ll share some of my insight as a thought starter if you too are a fledgling bank seeking help.
In the summer, chart sensation Pete Cannon, Adam Al Sened (dLO) and I filmed the Levelz crew’s escapades at Outlook Festival in Croatia for their new music video Front Face.
Below is the final video edited by Tarnish Vision, along with some behind the scenes videos and photos from the Levelz and Madam X boat parties.
Behind the scenes:
Listen back to the show show here