A legacy of 50 years of the Black Presence in British Social Life


A Legacy of Black Culture

Our exclusive archival collection contains iconic interviews of some of the 20th Century’s world famous influential Black voices, local entertainers and black community events in Britain.

Looking for new cultural project ideas and media content for Film and Documentaries?

Black Audio Media Archive (BAMAAPC) is your one stop shop for some of the world’s most creative artist and political personalities of our times, who have contributed to the way we live across continents.

We welcome enquiries from Agents of film, television, radio & organisations.

BAMAAPC – Sound Archive includes: painters, sculptors, photographers, blues and soul musicians, Calypsonians, jazz, folk and classical musicians, pop musicians, authors, actors, dancers, broadcast & print media, festivals, political voices on humanitarian agigational pressure and sportsmen:

From The Greatest Muhammad Ali to Clive Lloyd CBE, PM Michael Manley to PM Maurice Bishop, King of Pop Michael Jackson to Bob Marley, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima to Ron Ramdin, C.L.R James to Basil Davidson, Miriam Makeba to Angela Davis, James Baldwin to George Lamming, Alex Haley to James Earl Ray, Linton Kwesi Johnson to Michael Smith, Rudolph Dunbar to Wayne Marshall, Gill Scott Heron to Hugh Masekela, Calypsonian ‘Lord Kitchener’ to the ‘Mighty Sparrow’, Sonny Terry and Brian Mc Gee to the Four Tops, The Spinners to Dj’mo Kouyate, Norman Beaton and Val Pringle to Aubrey Williams, Dance Theatre of Harlem’s Arthur Mitchell to Phillip McClintock, Sir Trevor Mc Donald to Gillian Joseph, Aubrey Banes to Arif Ali, Festivals-FESTAC 77 to the Notting Hill Carnival and many others are available to researchers, media and film agencies.

  • Contact us for more rare audio momentous events that mark the Black Presence in Britain
  • Also to arrange consultations or Listening Sessions to view agreed media for license
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