Alex Pascall, OBE

Alex in the gardenAlex was awarded the OBE by her Majesty the Queen in 1996 for his ‘Contribution to Community Relations’. He is a long standing trade unionist and a ‘Member of Honour’ of the National Union of Journalists; he is a playwright, musician and composer, his compositions for the Early Years landmark TV Children Programmes ‘Teletubbies’ and BBC Schools Series are well known.

Alex is best known as a broadcaster, pioneering the BBC radio programme ‘Black Londoners’ for over a decade on BBC Radio London, which he produced and presented.

He is internationally recognised for his role as Chairman of the Carnival and Arts Committee for the Notting Hill Carnival and a Founding Vice President of the Foundation for European Carnival Cities (FECC) with responsibilities for the arts; the FECC is a federation of European carnivals.

Alex Pascall was the National Coordinator for ‘Caribbean Focus 86’, a festival of arts and culture, in association with the Commonwealth Institute in London & CARICOM governments; the first National Festival to showcase Caribbean peoples’ contributions in British lifestyle. This yearlong showcase successfully promoted the arts, culture and expertise that Caribbean people brought to Britain.

Alex is a charismatic communicator currently in demand for consultations/ advisor to businesses and institutions, motivational and after-dinner speeches and a visiting lecturer in schools and colleges.

Enquiries for bookings: email or call 020 7272 4372.

Visit our Black Audio Media Archive Alex Pascall Collection – (BAMAAPC) for rare iconic audio features on momentous changes, personalities and events.