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Auntie Dee

77 RADIO with Auntie Dee. Growing while you're surfing. A positive chat show


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77 RADIO aims to provide a voice for young people and vital information on building personal power. We are a community radio, as such we rely on listeners to become active, get engaged, call and contribute with news items or share empowering information. We feature key achievers who can help to inspire young people to be the best they can be. If you know someone who we can feature on this show please contact us. We broadcast every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Visit our website at www.77unltd.com for more information

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Young writers of the future will be showcasing their work with excerpts from their writing and analysis and discussion. All are taking part in our FREE EXPRESSION CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOPS. designed to give young... more

Auntie Dee is joined by four young entrepreneurs who reveal their secrets to success. Makes for inspirational listening. Join us.

AUNTIE DEE IS JOINED BY CO-HOST OLYMPIC MEDALLIST TASHA DANVERS. We are asking young people to join us in this week's discussion on relationships among our young. Why are reality shows making a killing on... more

Rev. Samuel organizes the 10/10 Summit for the purpose of inspiring and empowering young people to be the best they can be. Join us and find out how you can get involved.

Auntie Dee and guests

Auntie De is joined by guests Samuel Burke who runs the charity Hearts to Africa, and Tony Warner who organizes Black History walks around London. Join us for an interesting hour of chat.

Join Auntie Dee and guests Chris Thomas and Angela Brivett in our discussion this week. We will be looking at entrepreneurship as an alternative to jobs in the current economic climate.

If you believe you may be carrying emotional baggage join Auntie Dee and guest Gladys Famoriyo, Author of the book 'Overcoming Emotional Baggage' and get some tips on how to discard it and move on with your life.


It is said that adults are no longer setting good examples or teaching young people good manners and etiquette. What is manners and etiquette and who needs it in our modern world. What do you think?
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