A great podcast that alternates between vivid narrative episodes and interviews with fascinating guests.
While this show is by no means restricted to UK Black history, as a British person myself, I appreciate having the opportunity to broaden my understanding of British history. Despite growing up in the UK, I regrettably have very little knowledge of UK-specific Black history. At school I learnt a little bit about the US Civil Rights movement, but virtually nothing about the experience of people of colour in my own country, so I found the episode that featured an interview with Asquith Xavier's relatives particularly eye-opening.
Also, as a Russophile, I did massively appreciate the episode on Russia's national poet, Alexander Pushkin.