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EastEnders Star Rudolph Walker and Football legend

Les Ferdinand get behind the

Be Clear on Cancer ‘Prostate Cancer’ campaign.


1 in 4 black men will get prostate cancer in their lifetime.


The campaign, which coincides with Black History Month, will for the first time turn its attention to prostate cancer in black men. Statistics from the health charity, Prostate Cancer UK, reveal that 1 in 4 black men in the UK will be diagnosed with prostate cancer at some point in their lives – double the 1 in 8 risk faced by all men.


Despite these figures, a recent survey conducted by YouGov on behalf of Prostate CancerUK, showed that 90% of black men are unaware of their higher than average risk of developing the disease.


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New Health Social Media Site launches


Do you have drawers full of paperwork, test results and

appointment cards?


Are you always running to find the ‘red book’ to track your child’s health?


Do you forget some of your symptoms in the panic of seeing the doctor?

Or are you an avid tracker of what goes in and comes out of your body?


Well worry no more! A brand new social media site focused on solving the headache of managing and keeping track of all your health details is now available. has been designed to help individuals manage all their health and wellbeing in one place, irrespective of changing needs and ideal for those managing general wellness as well as long term health conditions. 


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Jay Sean.


Since releasing his American-debut single 'Down' and topping the Billboard charts, Jay Sean has become a household name in the United States as well as the the UK.


He has released four studio-albums (two with Cash Money Records), and has collaborated with the likes of Lil Wayne, Putbull, Nicki Minaj, Mary J. Blige, Sean Paul, Lil Jon, Birdman, Tyga, Rick Ross, Kevin Rudolf, Busta Rhymes and more.


 ‘The Mistress Pt. 2: Room Service’, the follow-up to his 2011 tape ‘The Mistress’ is releasing very soon. Keep yours eyes on the Media Moguls twitter feed or Facebook page for dates.


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In association with Scott Rudin 

a new play by David Hare based on the book by Katherine Boo.



From the notorious slums of Mumbai’s undercity where power struggles and poverty exist hand in hand, comes the powerful story of its residents each with their own aspirations and plights, in a city which is surging with global ambition.


Directed by Rufus Norris and written by David Hare, Behind the Beautiful Forevers is based on the original award-winning book by Katherine Boo and stars Meera Syal with an impressive supporting cast.


Travelex £15 Tickets, Olivier Theatre

Previews from 10 November.


Press night: Tuesday 18 November at 7pm


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Brit-Asian female singer, rapper & producer

delivers debut single.


London based 'DS', better known to many as 'Suman' has spent a decade behind the scenes in the music industry, gathering ideas and experiences which has inspired her to create her own unique style of music.


Her amazing debut, self produced single ‘Calling’ is a juxtaposition of Urban, Bhangra and Hip-Hop with a versatile vocal performance providing the listener with a taste of worldwide cultures mixed with contemporary sounds.


Calling releases Thursday 2nd Oct 2014 on Premier Records via iTunes.

The fantastic accompanying video is out now onYouTube.


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Whilst cool hunters claim that the beard is on its way out, for some the beard is more than just a fashion statement.


The Singh Project, a striking new photo exhibition featuring 35 highly original images, showcases the beauty and diversity of the two most ubiquitous symbols of Sikhism: the beard and turban. Long and wispy, short and trimmed, stylised or subdued, plain or decorated, colourful or muted, each beard and turban are as different and unique as each of their owners.


Brimming with sartorial wit, the exhibition, which takes place at the Framers Gallery W1 from the 3-15 November 2014, features Sikh men of all ages and from all walks of life.  From doctors to boxers, temple volunteers to magicians and I.T professionals to fashion stylists, the subjects all carry the name Singh (Sanskrit for lion), which is given to all baptised male Sikhs.


The Singh Project showcases brilliantly symbolic images of where fashion meets faith and style in modern multicultural Britain. 


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