I find that listening to radio plays has allowed me to hear more historical and everyday content, whilst I am travelling working or just taking it easy.
Many radios I listen to are UK based, and they range from historical events being recreated to things that happen in society everyday.
There are many people who post information have websites and information about black history and black peoples, way of life. I have at times listened to some plays which are based on black lives in the UK and I have learned alot from these as well, as I am able to relate to them. There is a difficulty in the UK in getting these radio plays produced and released as they are through the BBC, who broadcast them on the radio.
If these black people were to make radio plays it could be released through blog talk as many black people who make shows know how to utilise blog talk. It is also cheaper to produce a radio play than a film as you can be inventive in the way in which you make sound effects since all the actors can be in one room despite the different settings which may exist and you can create an atmosphere which can expand the imagination.
Its only a suggestion for those who might know how to use media and have ambitions to make programmes. If you have a lot of knowledge, put it to the test with some friends and create a pilot with that infromation you have.
Our people dont listen to the radio but you wouldnt be looking at everyone just a large proportion of people, who do, I suppose.