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Bloggers Delight episodes

As some of you may know, I am #TeamBloggersDelight. Bloggers delight is a round table talk show on Bang 103.6 FM and available online at We discuss the big talking points of the week with some random fun questions thrown in.

What comedy sitcom would you like to see come back on tv?
50 Cent shuts down WorldStarHipHop: Is 50 really that powerful?
Is there such a thing as a truthful rapper?
Spoilt children: Is there a limit to how far you should spoil your trial.
Sexism in sport: Sports pundits Richard Keys and Andy Gray have been reprimanded for making sexist remarks about a female referee during a football match. Should both Mr Keys and Mr Gray be made an example of?

BLOGGERS DELIGHT 24.1.11 by bloggersdelightnov

BD Panel: Marvin Sparks, Lisa Bent, Marvin Harrison
Host Mr Silk & Miss Lala

Special Guest: STUSH
Interview with STUSH
What stories have got the BD team talking
Will the US embrace the X Factor the way the UK has?
What was the better tournament, the Superbowl or the World Cup?
Do you know of any relationships that have broken down due to damning information found on social networking sites?

Oh and we interviewed Stu$h on a quick one. Stu$h is a female MC. Featured on Sway's 'F Ur X', Groove Armarda 'Get Down' (banger) and the MASSIVE Sticky-produced stonker 'Dollar Sign'

FEB8thwebBD by b.delight2010

If you liked those check the website And tune een every Wednesday 6-7pm on or Bang 103.6 on your FM dial

Lastly, Bloggers Delight will be going live again on

Date: Sunday March 27th
Address: Rhum Jungle below Cottons Restaurant
70 Exmouth Market, London, EC1 (off Rosebery Avenue)

The next Bloggers Delight Live event will take place on March 27th
at Cottons restaurant, 70 Exmouth Market (near Farringdon Station)

Your invited to come down and meet the "bloggers" who chat it up live on Bang 103.6FM, every Wednesday.

......Join in with the heavy and sometimes "laugh out loud" debates", as you get to hear the "real" thoughts of the fastest growing "bloggeratti" crew to hit the net.
Opinions come thick and fast with these guys, so be prepared to laugh, cry, be amused, be moved, be shock, be amazed, it all happens when these guys start chatting about anything and everything!

Come and eat, drink, participate, network and catch some serious jokes. Its gonna be an event not to be missed, unlike anything you have been to before.

Its £5 Door entry we start at 7pm with a networking session and then into
the live show.

A caribbean buffet can be purchased for £8 provided by Cottons Restaurant

Looking forward to seeing everyone at BLOGGERS DELIGHT LIVE

" Critically honest conversation for the more discerning cultural conversational individual."

For more info:!/event.php?eid=163223377063213

Here is the first one:

Listen to the first EVER LIVE show of Bloggers Delight. An audience sits with our panel of bloggers to join in with the hilarity and frank discussion on popular culture.
Hosted by Mr Silk. The first LIVE shows panel consists of.........
Ondo Lady
Gerald (
Michelle Shanti
Lisa Bent
Amber Phresh by bloggersdelightnov

Dunno where the one I was on is but that one's good.


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