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The Rise of No Signal: Black Radio – Here to Stay out now on BBC iPlayer

For several years we have been curating and hosting what could be described as the country’s biggest ongoing creative project on the street, Your Space Or Mine, our initiative to give artists and creatives a platform to be seen.

This pandemic has seen the music and nightlife industry decimated but creativity will always find a way to shine and it was this ingenuity and resilience that first lead us to discover No Signal radio. In November 2020 we celebrated their achievements and supported their NS Yearbook initiative, a project showcasing the work of emerging, black, British musicians, with a nationwide poster campaign.

Theirs is a story of triumph, driven by community spirit, hard work, perseverance and a passion for entertaining the masses. The drive to make something great, unique and powerful when the odds are against you. The ability to see opportunity in the face of a crisis.

This documentary film that we created in collaboration with No Signal charts a year in the life of the innovative, rising stars of British radio and one of the most powerful forces in the British Music Industry today.

We couldn’t be more excited to announce that The Rise of No Signal: Black Radio – Here to Stay out now on BBC iPlayer.

31.03.21

Words by BUILDHOLLYWOOD

The Rise of No Signal: Black Radio - Here to Stay out now on BBC iPlayer
Directors: Tee Byford & Martin Caulfield
Producer: Martin Caulfield
DOP: Luke Ogden
Editors: Toby Dashwood & Tee Byford
Additional Camera: Stephen Roe, Tom Sweetland & Josh Williams
Sound Design: Guy Chase
Colourist: Alex Berry
Executive Producer: Khaly Nguyen
Associate Producers: Tobi Kyeremateng & Huda Ahmed

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