Chorlton activist announces Reggae podcast to unite fans in lockdown.

A Chorlton activist and reggae fan has launched his own podcast to connect with Reggae fans – with his latest episode released to unite people in lockdown.

Tony Openshaw, 65 from Chorlton, is a Talking About My Generation reporter and coordinates the Out In The City social group, which he joined after retiring from running the charity he set up, Asylum Support Housing Advice (ASHA) that helped 7,000 people seeking asylum in Greater Manchester from 2004-2015. 

With the support of Sonder radio, Tony started his own podcast in 2019 to share his lifelong passion for reggae records.

Tony said: “I started the podcast as I struggled to find a radio station that played the reggae music I know and love. I had never been on a podcast before – let alone presented my own – so I am really proud of releasing my ninth episode of ‘Tunes From The Missing Channel.

“Reggae music is never isolated – it always unites the people.”

Listen to Tony’s podcast on https://www.mixcloud.com/…/tony-openshaw-tunes-from-the-mi…/

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