The History of Jungle Show w/DJ Flight on @DejaVuFM (Archive)

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Click here to listen back to my recent guest spot on The History of Jungle Show, Deja Vu FM.

It was my first time appearing on the station – lots of underground dance music history there! Big shouts to Pesk & Harry G for the invite. We chatted about various aspects of my journey through Jungle/D&B, and played some of my favourite tracks from (roughly) 1990-97. As always I pulled out way too many records, so keep an eye out for a possible Part 2 at some point…

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#RedBullMusicOdyssey: Julie Adenuga’s Voyage Through Underground Radio

Ahead of their HUGE multi-boat Odyssey down London’s River Thames, I spoke to Red Bull Music Academy about underground/ pirate radio. Listen to the whole documentary here:

https://www.redbullradio.com/shows/red-bull-music-odyssey/episodes/julie-adenuga-voyage-through-underground-radio (shout to Martha)

Click this link and scroll down for after-party info:

https://www.redbull.com/gb-en/music/events/red-bull-music-odyssey

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Worldwide FM: The Women of Pirate Radio

For anyone that missed it, I guested on Kate Hutchinson’s Worldwide FM show Thursday 8th March, as part of the station’s all-women line-up of programmes for International Women’s Day 2018.

It was fun, and great to meet DJs Elayne and Camilla – who I’d either grown up hearing/seeing in media, or reading about their involvement in LWR, Dread Broadcasting Corporation etc. Definitely could’ve done with being a 2-hour show, at least!

The Women Of Pirate Radio: Kate Hutchinson with DJ Camilla, DJ Elayne and DJ Flight

Thanks to Kate and all at Worldwide. Shout to my massive coat. Photos courtesy of Martin Eito martineitophotography.com

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The Last Pirates: Britain’s Rebel DJs

If you’re in the UK, turn on BBC4 this Friday, 29th September at 9pm for a documentary that looks at how a generation of pirate radio broadcasters changed the face of UK music. It’s hosted by the man Rodney P and should be a good watch!

~LONG LIVE PIRATE RADIO~

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