Alex Pascall is co-founder of The Voice newspaper and also ran and presented the first daily black magazine radio programme for 14 years at the BBC back in the 1970s. Alex is also a playwright, musician, songwriter and broadcaster. He is a senior consultant at Goodvibes Records & Music Ltd, a music publishing and media resource company. He is also the brainchild behind the Black Audio Media Archive Alex Pascall Collection – (BAMAAPC) – a one stop shop for exciting audio content for film, documentary, television and radio programming.
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