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The Speak No Evil Takeover

From August 13th – 19th, Ujima 98 FM, Bristol’s no1 urban radio station will be supporting See No Evil, the UK’s largest permanent street art exhibition with The Speak No Evil Takeover.
Every day a team of Ujima’s roving reporters will be hitting the streets of See No Evil to give Access All Areas behind the scene updates and interviews with the organisers and artists.

Speak No Evil Coordinator Julz said, “As a local community station Ujima FM are very proud to play a part in bringing this amazing event to life through the medium of the spoken word. Being based in St Pauls the home of Banksy, Massive Attack and at the heart of the street party capital of the UK means that we are perfectly placed to help tell Bristol’s unique story. In this Olympic year, the See No Evil Team has pulled out all the stops and we are excited to be part of this breath taking adventure.”

Tune in every day to the late morning Outlook show 11am -1pm and the drive time Crusin show 5 -7pm. There’s also a brand new show from 1 -2 pm called the Speak No Evil hour, which celebrates the great work being done to make Bristol one of the UK’s greatest cities. The Speak No Evil Take Over is brought to you in association with the Bristol Partnership, working to make Bristol one of Europe’s top ten cities.

Also a lucky few can win tickets to the sold out Mail, Maps & Motion launch event at the iconic Passenger Shed on Friday 17th. The event features an AntiVJ performance from Adrian Utley of Portishead and Will Gregory of Goldfrapp. We’ll also be giving away tickets to the parties in the Westgate Centre, a disused office that is being transformed into a night club featuring a stellar line up of DJ’s.

And if that wasn’t enough this weekend Hear No Evil returns to Nelson St for the mother of all street parties with a New York style block party. It includes 6 stages; graffiti works shops, B Boys, sound systems and lots of weird, wild but wonderful happenings.

To find out more about the Speak No Evil programming go to www.ujimaradio.com or to get hold of tickets visit www.seenoevilbristol.co.uk.

2016-11-09T15:29:19+00:00 August 14th, 2012|Blog|