Tobi Rachel speaks to Professor Emily Bernard, who is the author of the newly released book Black Is The Body.
The pair discuss Emily surviving a stabbing and being an African-American woman married to a white man. They also touch on policing
"A long time ago I read somewhere that movies aren’t checklists with boxes for you to critique and judge on their merits, but that films are experiences for you to take in and leave feeling changed. I believe the life-moments God gives us are l
This episode was recorded virtually in response to certain restrictions in the UK due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Yellow Cup Podcast's Tobi Rachel caught up with the incredible Seyi Akiwowo. Seyi is the Founder and Executive Director
It's Black History Month and Nigerian Independence Day today (Oct 1), so it made all the sense for Tobi Rachel to have international superstar Kizz Daniel as a co-host. You can't miss this chaotic and absolutely fun episode. Seriously. Listen a
Former Superintendent Leroy Logan, portrayed by John Boyega in Steve McQueen's Small Axe, helped found the Black Police Association and is one of the most decorated police officers in the UK. He joins Tobi Rachel on Yellow Cup Podcast to talk
Children's book author Destynee Onwochei talks to Yellow Cup Podcast’s Tobi Rachel to talk about her debut “Tobias The Dream Adventurer: In Tanzania” which is out now!
The pair shared solo travelling tales and Destynee’s journey to writing an
Tobi Rachel is back in the studio and chats to Kobina, an Freelance Assistant TV Producer about the state of "diversity" in TV, the N-Word and his journey to working on some of our favourite shows. Black excellence is really doing a number on p
On Tuesday 4 August, Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, was left devastated by massive explosions at the city’s port.
Tobi Rachel offers a list of suggestions on how you can help if you are feeling helpless after a couple of social media shares.
It's one year since Yellow Cup Podcast first landed on your airwaves. So Tobi Rachel takes a trip down memory lane and ranks her Top 15 episodes/moments. What have been your fav episodes or moments? Use the hashtag #YellowCupPodcast to let ever
Tobi Rachel here with an announcement. I explain as much as I can, but there will be some changes to Yellow Cup Podcast. I believe it is for the best. YCP has had a very good year and I will always be proud of that. Thank you for your support.
So 4th July is THAT day for the UK. But how are you feeling about lockdown easing down? Where you are in the world? How are you managing your emotions? Tobi Rachel shares some tips about moving forward?
Some of the organizations mentioned in
Meet Whitney Boateng, part of the team behind #TheShowMustBePausedUK on music's fight against racism.
Whitney is live booker at Metropolis Music/Live Nation and spoke to Yellow Cup Podcast about June 2 when the global music business shut down
With everything going on in the world - coronavirus, global uprising -Class of 2020 still needs to graduate. Wishing you all the best with your future. This one is for you. 4 grads join Tobi Rachel as they ask: "I'm a grad. What next?"
What a week it has been, huh?
Yellow Cup Podcast is a fun and honest lifestyle and magazine podcast hosted by journalist Tobi Rachel. You can expect conversations with no filter ranging from social media trends to current affairs. Each episode
I’m tired. I’m tired. Im tired.
Tobi Rachel discusses the recent tragic events, explores the emotions that come with it, questions why people carelessly post images of black lifeless bodies online and responses to the reaction to John Boyega’
Freelance BBC journalist Hannah Ajala joins Yellow Cup Podcast's Tobi Rachel all the way from Lagos, Nigeria. Londoner Hannah was travelling through West Africa for work when she got 'stuck' in Nigeria when the border closed. The pair talk abou
"Are you trying to beat vulnerability to the punch? I hear that!".
Yellow Cup podcast's Tobi Rachel addresses the many questions sent in following episode 6 and 7. Are you trying to beat vulnerability to it? Have you chosen to practice gratitu
Former EastEnders actor Bunmi Mojekwu joins Yellow Cup Podcast as they discuss recent events online. Must we accept apologies? Bunmi opens up about her time on the BBC One Soap and how being a dark skin woman on TV lead to a lot of online abuse
Make it make sense!
The internet has been a bit of a mad one lately, hasn’t it? Have no fear, Tobi Rachel also offers up some good news. There's also an update from last week's episode.
Host: Tobi Rachel Akingbade.
Artwork: Kirz Art.
... Or maybe you don't? Michelle Marbie Davies of Marbie's Kitchen joins Yellow Cup's Tobi Rachel to talk about how they are dealing with the coronavirus lockdown. How do we organize ourselves, why on earth is procrastination so easy and who is
[Trigger Warning] If you've been affected by any of the topics raised in this episode, please call Samaritans on 116 123.
THIS IS A RE-PURPOSED EPISODE [EPISODE 6 - AUGUST 2019]
Dream Nation's Claud Williams joins Yellow Cup Podcast's To
Aren't you lot tired already? Anyways, Tobi Rachel has something to say to loyal Yellow Cup Podcast listeners who listen to the end.
PLEASE forgive the sound quality, this was not recorded in a studio due to the UK's lockdown.
Host: Tobi Rach
Tobi Rachel Akingbade (@TobiRachel_) opens up about battling coronavirus in secret. She is joined by other survivors Will Njobvu (Capital XTRA), Jas from Black Gals Livin Podcast and Waiki Harnais (NHS worker) - who talks about contracting covi
This is a little bit different. Tobi Rachel is not in the studio for this one ...
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