Margaret Jordan Cosmetics Sponsoring Jabbertalk Colourful radio

Margaret Jordan Cosmetics,who are now the new sponsors of Colourful radio’s Jabbertalk. Tune in every Sunday at 12pm of the next six months. To hear the latest shutdown sessions with the team. Jabbertalk is hosted by Jacqueline Malcolm. Enjoy interviews with entrepreneurs who are making waves.

www.colourfufulradio.com/player to listen in.

Colourful Radio Bio
Voted “Best Radio Station” at Urban Music Awards (2015) and nominated UMA 2016 ‘Best Radio Station (2016)’, Colourful Radio is a unique independent family-friendly, public-spirited, 24/7 music and conversation multi-platform radio station paid for by adverts.

The name ‘colourful’ simply means ‘distinctive in character’. In his momentous ‘I have a Dream’ address on 28 August 1963, Rev. Martin Luther King Jnr. talked about judging a person by the ‘content of their character’. Call it creative licence, we have made it our mission to be consistently distinctive in the content of our programmes, our talent roster, and our listener-base. The name is also characteristic of our main broadcast footprint – London, which is by definition ‘colourful’ with over 300 languages spoken in it and more than 50 non-indigenous communities.

Colourful Radio has defined programme formats – original and inclusive programming including audio documentaries, drama, music charts, LIVE@ outside broadcasts, and multi-genre music shows all moderated by a vibrant talent line-up.

Some of Colourful Radio’s unique innovations include its own automatic listener catch-up service delivered within 15 minutes of the end of each show and accessible in just two clicks; a customised and unique mobile App allowing access to live stream, presenter contacts, plus 24/7 social media engagement.

As the ‘best radio station’ (by votes) for a colourful London, Colourful Radio is accessible across multiple platforms currently including digital radio, apps, mobile, and social media, with other platforms being sought.

Our History
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The analogue era of broadcasting as a pirate radio station was never an attractive proposition to our founder, Kofi Kusitor. Kofi started Colourful Radio in 2002 as an ‘internet audio stream’ (now widely known as internet radio) under the hugely popular and award-winning Black Britain Online, Black Enterprise Awards and The Colourful Network brands. This was at a time when streaming technology was in its infancy. Internal research backed informally by others in the industry suggest that Colourful Radio was probably the first commercial internet radio station in the UK and possibly Europe.

At a time when 99% of commercial radio stations’ format was music-based and London had just one commercial talk radio station, our founder hoped to fulfil a single unmet need – to provide a conversation platform for under-represented communities, particularly African Caribbeans, completely excluded – or absent – from life-changing public debate and activity to become involved and better engaged. As such Colourful Radio’s format started off as mostly talk.

Having won digital broadcast licences from broadcast regulator Ofcom in August 2004, our founder decided to engage a team of accomplished journalists and presenters to anchor live shows. So, on 17th October 2005 the station went live with its first live pilot for a week of broadcast during Black History Month. This pilot proved hugely popular than anticipated, which led to our founder’s decision to exploit the opportunity on a more permanent basis. Then began the station’s trajectory to the ‘best radio station’ in London.

In 2006, our founder was nationally recognised with an MBE for ‘Services to Business’ by Her Majesty The Queen in the 2006 New Year’s Honours List having been at the forefront of marketing thousands of non-indigenous entrepreneurs and corporate executives through Black Britain Online, Black Enterprise Awards and Colourful Radio.

In 2007, Colourful Radio was selected by 4Radio (then owned by Channel 4 Television) to be a service provider alongside Virgin Radio and Disney on its national digital radio platform. A year later with 4Radio abandoning it’s plans, Colourful Radio won space on the London-wide DAB platform.

Launched on DAB on 2 March 2009, and 5 years later with broadcasting fees for DAB having risen year-on-year beyond the burgeoning independent station, Colourful Radio was forced to withdraw from the multiplex in January 2014. Colourful Radio was then restructured and has since been led by a fresh team.

After over 770,000 online votes the 13th annual Urban Music Awards (UMA), on 21 November 2015, announced Colourful Radio as voted ‘Best Radio Station’ in London – the first independent radio station to win the award.

Our Awards & Profile
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2015 Colourful Radio Voted ‘Best Radio Station’ – Urban Music Awards
2015 Media UK – Colourful beats 1Xtra, Capital Xtra and KISS – https://media.info/radio/news/colourful-beats-1xtra-capital-xtra-and-kiss
2014 Station Of The Year – International Achievement Awards
2012 BEFFTA – Radio Station of the Year 2012
2011 One of the most successful online radio stations in Britain – Tim Crook, The Sound Handbook
2011 PURE – Digital Station of the Month July 2011
2010 The Times Newspaper Playlist – Top 10 (7/10) UK Digital Station 2010
2009 Colourful Radio makes for bright listening – The Guardian
2006 Press Gazette – Digital Talk Station Aims For Multicultural Audience – http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/digital-talk-station-aims-for-multicultural-audience/

Radio Centre – ‘Public Service Impact Of Commercial Radio 2011’
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“Commercial radio continues to hold a wide appeal to a diverse range of cultural communities, reaching two thirds of ethnic minority listeners as opposed to the BBC which reaches less than half of the ethnic minority listenership (Rajar) … Colourful Radio are just some examples of commercial stations that bring together an ethnic community of listeners. ”

http://www.radiocentre.org/files/05.16.11_actions_stations.pdf

Wigs or Wefts?

With this new evolution of wigs, invisible lace and more natural looking partings. We must ask ourselves are we now tired of gluing,sewing, and clipping in our hair wefts? Or are these wigs just a simple phase that will pass us like a storm in the night. Well one might argue that wigs are certainly not what they used to be. A Cher or Marilyn Monroe dress up wig? No way! Now   they look so good its almost trick-able to the naked eye.

Colours

Now it is so easy to colour wigs and wefts with a lot of retailers like Margaret Jordan Cosmetics having them coloured for you. From  neon colours to darker colours and ombre’s to suit every colour and race.

Convenience

Surely the lack of stress by pulling on a wig, outweighs the inconvenience of having to fix in wefts. But then again its very hard for wefts to come loosen in a hair tug of war.

Price

With Most good wigs starting from around £400 surely the wefts win on this battle? Well we cant say for sure, as some might argue quality over quantity.

 

Well we put it to you guys Wigs or Wefts?

Which winter colour would you want?

Margaret Jordan Cosmetics winter colours

So guys we have some samples of our new winter colours that will be launching around October 2016. So which colours would you like to see more of?

Serpent

Matte black with a sweet strawberry smell.

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Emerald Bling

Matte Green with a glistening dazzling effect. Smells just like chocolate.

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Blu Potion

Matte Blue. Distinctive just like potion. Smells like strawberry.

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Violet Knights

Matte fierce purple.Smells like vanilla

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Rainbow Ash

Matte greyish purple,not your traditional ash which is why its called rainbow ash add a touch of colour to transform its colour. Smells like strawberries.

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Which colour is your favourite leave your comments and feedback. We will also be giving out free samples our winter colours for customers to try and review free of charge in August so keep watching for more info!

Matte Liquid Lipstick Revolution

Since the mainstream version of Liquid lipsticks were launched by celebrities. We didn’t hear much of them apart from your silky smooth lip gloss. This new revolution of matte in a liquid, has not only proven exciting but daring.

UK Market

The UK market doesn’t give you much options of good quality lipsticks at an affordable price. you are either left buying from america with expensive shipping and handling fees or a local product which is not fully matte.

USA

Even though there is competition in the US Market we believe that a quality products at a cheaper price is a far better alternative than a product that costs so much but delivers so little.

Worldwide

How often? if at all do you see most companies shipping products worldwide to most countries including African countries we are happy to reach the world in a matter of days.

 

Why Margaret Jordan Cosmetics?

Since the revolution of matte liquid lipsticks we have developed a fruity formula that is of excellent quality. plus our Matte liquid lipsticks last all day, so there’s no worries of it fading.Quality at a good price is paramount.